Dr. Raka JovanovicScientist | Theory, Modeling, and Simulation
Improvement of numeric methods for resolving problems appearing in Photovoltaics, more specifically the use of spectral methods (SM) and other mesh free approaches. Development of new swarm intelligence and other advanced meta-heuristics, for solving continues and discrete minimization problems. Use of simplified graph models for the optimization of smart grids.
- Diploma Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Belgrade University, Serbia, 2002
- Magister, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Belgrade University, Serbia, 2007
- PhD, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Belgrade University, Serbia, 2012
Dr. Jovanovic was a Research Associate at Texas AM University at Qatar from 2009-2011 and in 2013. Joining QEERI in summer 2013. Research Assistant/Associate Institute of Physics, Belgrade University from 2007-2009 and from 2011- 2013. He held a Teaching Assistant position at Megatrend University Belgrade, 2008-2009 and was an Assistant professor at Faculty of Computer Science (adjunct), Megatrend University Belgrade, 2012
- DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, German Academic Exchange Service) Fellowship for Research Stays and Study Visits for University Academics and Scientists Re-invitation Program for Former Scholarship Holders, 2013.
- Raka Jovanovic and Milan Tuba. “Improved ACO Algorithm with Pheromone Correction Strategy for the Traveling Salesman Problem”, International Journal of Computers Communications & Control, Vol. 8, No. 3, 2013, pp. 477-485
- R. Jovanovic and M. Tuba. “Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm with Pheromone Correction Strategy for Minimum Connected Dominating Set Problem”, Computer Science and Information Systems (ComSIS), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2013, pp. 133-149
- M. Tuba, I. Brajevic, R. Jovanovic. “Hybrid Seeker Optimization Algorithm for Global Optimization”, Applied Mathematics and Information Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 867-875
- Raka Jovanovic, Sabre Kais and Fahhad H. Alharbi, Efficient method for localized functions using domain transformation and Fourier sine series, Molecular Physics, Vol. 112, No. 5-6, 2014, pp. 762-769