Gregor Kosec Graduated at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in 2006 and obtained Ph.D. in 2011 at University of Nova Gorica. In 2011 he became a member of Parallel and Distributed Systems Laboratory at Jožef Stefan Institute. In 2020 he became head of the Parallel and Distributed Systems Laboratory. His research interest covers computational modelling, adaptive meshless numerical analysis and parallel computing.
Aleksandra Rashkovska-Koceva Received B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia, in 2006, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School, Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 2013. She is currently a Research Fellow at the Department of Communication Systems, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Her research interest includes advanced bio-signal analysis, computer simulations in biomedicine, biomedical applications of data mining and control theory, and data mining in sensor networks.
Matjaž Depolli Received a PhD in computer and information science from Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School Ljubljana in 2010. He currently hold the position of research fellow at the Department of Communication Systems at the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana. His research interests include evolutionary computation, computer simulation of physical phenomena, parallel computing, and ECG analysis. He's been involved in the development of wireless body sensors, software for ECG analysis, cluster management software, and cloud services.
Sebastijan Mrak received a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Boston University in 2020. His research includes GNSS remote sensing of ionospheric irregularities and scintillations. He was a young scientist in NASA LWS Institute on Mid-latitude scintillations 2019 and is currently a team member of the ISSI 2021 team on "Multi-scale magnetosphere- ionosphere-thermosphere coupling"
Andrej Lipej Graduated at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in 1984 and obtained Ph.D. in 1999 at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. He began his professional career in 1984 at Turboinštitut as a researcher and completed it in 2013 as Head of Basic Research. From 2013 he is full time employed at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Novo mesto. In 2010 he became a part time member of Parallel and Distributed Systems Laboratory (IJS). His main research work includes computational fluid dynamics, design of hydraulic machines and optimization methods. He is a member of executive committee of International Association for Hydraulic research, section of Hydraulic Machinery and Systems since 2008.
Filip Strniša Received his M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Ljubljana. He is currently a research assistant at the Department of Communication Systems, Jožef Stefan Institute. Among his research interests are modelling transport phenomena, the lattice Boltzmann method, and parallel computing.
Mitja Jančič Received the B.S. in physics continued to M.Sc. in mechanical engineering, both at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. He is currently in pursuit of a PhD at the Jožef Stefan international postgraduate school. He also holds the position of a research fellow at the Department of Communication Systems at the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana. His research interests include meshless methods, numerical procedures for solving PDE systems and generic programming algorithms.
Miha Rot Received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. He is currently a PhD Student at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School. His research interests include meshless methods, computational hydrodynamics and stabilisation schemes.
Blaž Rojc Received his B.Sc. in Computer Science and Mathematics at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in 2019 and is currently pursuing his M.Sc. at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. He is a student researcher at the Department of Communication Systems, Jozef Stefan Institute. His research interests include numerical methods and high performance computing.
Roman Trobec retired PI, received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Ljubljana in 1988. He was a PI and the head of the Parallel and Distributed Systems Laboratory till his retirement in 2020. He also held the position of associate professor in Computer Science at the University of Ljubljana. He has supervised/co-supervised 10 PhD's and 4 post-doctoral fellows. His research interests are in computer science, in particular, parallel algorithms He authored or co-authored more than 90 peer-reviewed papers. He is a co-author of six Springer monographs and more than fifty contributed books.
Monika Kapus-Kolar received her B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Maribor, Slovenia, and her M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Since 1981 she has been with the Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, where she is currently a senior research fellow at the Department of Communication Systems. Her work is focused on formal specification techniques and methods for the development of real-time, concurrent and reactive systems.
Jure Slak Received his PhD in mathematics in 2020 at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. He is a post-graduate researcher at Parallel and Distributed Systems Laboratory, Department E6, Jožef Stefan Institute. His work is focused on meshless methods for solving partial differential equations, primarily node generation and adaptivity.
Elena Merdjanovska received her B.Sc. degree in Computer Technologies and Engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje, in 2019. She is currently pursuing her M.Sc. at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana and is a student researcher at the Department of Communication Systems, Jozef Stefan Institute. Her research interests include machine learning and signal processing, with a focus on applications to ECG signals.
Past student researchers
Anja Pirnat, Tjaž Silovšek, Jure Močnik - Berljavac, Ivan Pribec, Anja Petkovic, Maks Kolman, Matjaž Ličar, Primož Lavrič, Jure Lapajne, Blaž Stojanovič, Domen Lisjak, Anže Alič, Janez Radešček, Matej Rojec, Uroš Kozole