Dr. Igor Balazs
Assistant Professor in Robotics
Dr. Igor Balazs received his PhD in 2011 in the field of modelling complex biological systems and their evolvability. His main research topics are evolvability and robustness of biological systems, innovation in evolution, open-ended evolution, self-organization and artificial life.
Prof. Aleksandar Kupusinac
Prof. Aleksandar Kupusinac is associate professor at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department for Computing and Control. He holds a PhD in applied computer science and informatics (2010) from the faculty of technical sciences. He is author of scientific papers in the area of medical informatics.
Mihailo Vasiljevic holds a MSc in electrical and computer engineering with relevant experience in both, software and higher education industry. His main interests are software architecture and design, software complexity and machine learning. He is currently attending PhD studies in computer science with a focus on machine learning and data science and working as a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Technical Sciences.
Marko Tot is a Ph.D. student in the field of Computing and Control Engineering and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in University of Novi Sad. His professional interests include: Artificial Intelligence, Object Oriented Programming, Algorithms, and Game Theory.
Marina Kovacevic is a Ph.D. student in the field of Physical Chemistry and a junior researcher at the Faculty of Sciences in University of Novi Sad. Her main professional interest is the modelling of biological systems.