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Nikola Pavešić

University of Ljubljana
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Trzaska 25
1000, Ljubljana

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Nikola Pavesic was born in Rijeka, on December 7 1946. After his final exam at the natural science and mathematics department of the II. Gymnasium in Rijeka, he studied at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. There he received the BS degree in electronics, the MS degree in automation, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering in 1970, 1973 and 1976, respectively.

He was the recipient of the Mario Osana Award in 1974, the Vratislav Bedjanic Award in 1976, the Boris Kidric Fund Award in 1982, the Milan Vidmar Award in 1996, and Golden sign of University of Maribor in 2006.

Since 1970 he has been a staff member of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Ljubljana, where he is currently a Full Professor for Systems, Automatics and Cybernetics, and the Head of the Laboratory for Artificial Perception, Systems and Cybernetics.

His research interests include Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, Speech Recognition and Understanding, and Theory of Information. He has authored or co-authored more than 150 papers and 4 books addressing several aspects of the above areas.

Dr. Nikola Pavesic is a member of IEEE, the Slovene Association of Electrical Engineers and Technicians (Meritorious Member), The Slovene Pattern Recognition Society (Founder and first president), and the Slovene Society for Medical and Biological Engineering. He is also a member of editorial boards of several technical journals.


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