Prof. Drazen Jurisic

University of Zagreb, Department of Philosophy, Croatia

Drazen Jurisic finished mathematics and informatics as a secondary education. He earned the Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Zagreb in Croatia in May 1990; the thesis was "Active RC-filter with band-pass characteristic". At the Department of Electronic Systems and Information Processing he earned the Master's degree in October 1995, the thesis was "Fault analysis of analog networks using fault dictionary". He earned the PhD degree in April 2002, the thesis was "Active-RC filter design using impedance tapering". He was rewarded with the Silver plaque "Josip Loncar" for a very successful doctoral thesis. From July 1997 until March 1999 he was with Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland, as holder of Swiss Federal Scholarship for Foreign Students (ESKAS). Since November 2008, he is visiting School of Engineering at Bar-Ilan University (BIU), Ramat-Gan, Israel several times with the total time of 9 months. He is participating at the research project "Systems for Analog and Mixed Signal Processing" no. 036-0362214-2316, supported by Ministry of Science, Technology and Sports, Republic of Croatia with principal investigator Professor Neven Mijat. In 2006 he was elected as Assistant Professor and in 2011 as Associate Professor. His teaching duties included participation in undergraduate courses on Electrical Circuits, Signals and Systems and graduate course Analog and Mixed Signal processing. He is also teaching the postgraduate course Electrical Filters in Power Systems. He was co-author of the script Laboratory exercises in the courses of Electrical circuits and Analog and Mixed Signal processing. His current research interests in the field of analog signal processing and filter design includes research of optimization of sensitivity, noise, dynamic range and power consumption, as well as, tuning of filter characteristics and the problem of stability of electrical filters. He is a member of KoREMA and IEEE-CAS society. Since September 2008 he is president of Circuits and Systems-CAS 04 Chapter of IEEE Croatia Section. He speaks English and German.

Education

  • 1980 – 1984

    Mathematics and Informatics, Nova Gradiska

  • 1985 - 1990

    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Department of Philosophy, Zagreb

    Department of Electronic Systems and Information Processing

  • 1997 – 2002

    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Department of Philosophy, Zagreb

    Department of Electronic Systems and Information Processing

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