PhD students

The current PhD students at the Intelligent and Mobile Agents Research Group are the following:

The past PhD students and their theses are the following:

  • Iva BojićSelf-organizing Synchronization in Machine-to-Machine Communication Systems Based on a Pulse-Coupled Oscillators Model, 2013, advisor: Mario Kušek;
  • Ana Petrić: Multi-agent system for content trading on the electronic communications market using multi-attribute auction, 2011, advisor: Gordan Ježić;
  • Vedran Podobnik: Multi-agent System for Telecommunication Service Provisioning, 2010, advisor: Ignac Lovrek;
  • Krunoslav Tržec: Multi-agent system for service level agreement management in electronic market for telecommunication services, 2005, advisor: Branko Mikac;
  • Mario Kušek: Coordination of mobile agents for remote software operation, 2005, advisor: Ignac Lovrek;
  • Gordan Gledec: Metrics for Web site usability evaluation, 2004. Advisor: Vjekoslav Sinković
  • Ivana Podnar: Service Architecture for Content Dissemination to Mobile Users, 2004, advisors: Ignac Lovrek, Mehdi Jazayeri (Technische Universität Wien, Austria);
  • Saša Dešić: Load ballance management using intelligent mobile agents, 2004, advisor: Ignac Lovrek;
  • Gordan Ježić: Communication and collaboration in mobile agent's network, 2003, advisor: Ignac Lovrek.