Researcher

Associate Professor Aleksandar Ignjatovic

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Biography

Dr Aleksandar Ignjatovic is an Associate Professor with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include:

  • Signal Representation and Processing
  • Approximation theory
  • Algorithms for Embedded Systems
  • Algorithms for information aggregation
  • Applications of Mathematical Logic to Computational Complexity

My Grants

1)    ARC Discovery DP180104188 “Towards a block-cipher circuit resistant to multiple...view more

Dr Aleksandar Ignjatovic is an Associate Professor with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include:

  • Signal Representation and Processing
  • Approximation theory
  • Algorithms for Embedded Systems
  • Algorithms for information aggregation
  • Applications of Mathematical Logic to Computational Complexity

My Grants

1)    ARC Discovery DP180104188 “Towards a block-cipher circuit resistant to multiple side channel attacks”;
2)    ARC Discovery DP210103704 “Urban flood modelling at speed and scale”
3)    ARC Linkage LP170100311 “Approximate algorithms and architectures for area efficient system design”
 


My Qualifications

PhD in Logic and Methodology of Science, University of California at Berkeley;

MSc in Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia

BSc in Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia


My Research Activities

My main research interest are signal processing applications of the Fourier transforms of orthogonal polynomials as well as the related signal expansions whose truncations provide high fidelity local signal approximations which combine the features of the Shannon and the Taylor expansions.


My Research Supervision


Areas of supervision

Signal representation and processing;

Rapid flood simulations using Physics informed Neural Nets

Training deep Neural Nets through interleaving refinement


Currently supervising

I am currently supervising, jointly supervising or co-supervising 6 students. 

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Location

Kensington Campus, building K-17, office 504

Contact

+61 2 9385 6659
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