Scientific Colaborator at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Geneva Area, Switzerland
Mirjana Stojilović was born in 1983 in Zemun, Republic of Serbia. She finished the elementary school in Zemun as the best scholar in her class. Then, she finished the Mathematical Grammar School in Belgrade, specialized for students talented in mathematics, physics, and computer science, as a recipient of the “Vuk Karadžić” award. In parallel, she finished a two-year Primary Music School in solo singing, in the class of professor Sonja Gligorić. During her elementary and high education, she was very active in mathematics and physics contests. The most success she had in the physics contests, winning top prizes at the national competition level. She took part in solo singing, poetry writing, and recitation contests as well. Ms. Stojilović entered the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade in the school year 2002/2003. She graduated from the department of Electronics in 2006, one year in advance and with the GPA 9.9/10. Professor Lazar Saranovac was the mentor of her diploma work entitled “Transmission of video signals over low-voltage network”. This work summarized the results of her research performed at the “Elsys Eastern Europe” company in Belgrade.
Ms. Stojilović entered the PhD program of the School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, at the department of Electronics, in 2008. During the studies, she published one paper in the prestigious international journal IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, and presented 16 papers at conferences. One of the conference papers related to the topic of her PhD thesis, she presented at one of the top two conferences in the domain – Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE). In 2012, she was awarded the first prize at the “Western Balkan Countries” ICT Idea Competition”, organized by FP7- funded projects ICT-WEB-PROMS and WINS-ICT. In 2012, she was a recipient of the “Blažo Mirčevski” Young Author Best Paper Award for the paper “Design of antenna system for short range wireless sensor network”, presented at the 19th Telecommunications forum TELFOR 2011 in Belgrade. Ms. Stojilović is an IEEE member and serves as a Reviewer of ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems Journal and Design Automation Conference (DAC).
From January 2007 until May 2013, she worked as an Embedded System Developer with the Institute Mihailo Pupin in Belgrade. In the scope of the project “Advancing Embedded System Research in Serbia” she was cooperating with the Processor Architecture Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), visiting periodically as a guest researcher. She now works as a scientific collaborator at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland.
Mirjana Stojilovic, David Novo, Lazar Saranovac, Philip Brisk, Paolo Ienne: Selective Flexibility: Creating Domain-Specific Reconfigurable Arrays. IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems 32(5): 681-694 (2013)
Mirjana Stojilovic, David Novo, Lazar Saranovac, Philip Brisk, Paolo Ienne: Selective flexibility: Breaking the rigidity of datapath merging. DATE 2012: 1543-1548