Aleksandar Miladinović

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Mental Motor Imagery Classification for Development of Neurofeedback Procedures for Neurological Rehabilitation - funded by European Social Fund (ESF) and region of Friuli Venezia Giulia within the scope of Smart Specialization Strategy Areas



ALEKSANDAR MILADINOVIĆdipl.-Ing. mag.kog.zn, was born in 1989 in Serbia. He graduated in Computer Science in 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia and in Cognitive Science in 2017 in Vienna, Austria and Ljubljana, Slovenia. Between 2012 and 2013 he worked as a teaching assistant delivering tutorials and practical exercises for the courses in Theory of Information and Coding, and Data Compression. At the same time, he worked as an associate for Microsoft Development Center Serbia in Belgrade. In 2013 he moved to Vienna. Within Multimedia Information System research group at the University of Vienna, he did the study on video representation and machine learning. In 2014 he joined Institute of Computer Technology at the Vienna University of Technology. Together with colleagues from Simulation of Mental Apparatus & Applications (SiMA) research group, he worked on the development of autonomous human-inspired intelligent agents and its application on simulation of consumer decision systems, as well as, on the development of cognitive smart building architectures. In this period he provided support for lecturing the short courses in Artificial General Intelligence and Cognitive Architecture for bachelor students. He also attended the double degree Middle European Master programme in Cognitive Science (MEi:Cogsci) in Vienna, Austria and Ljubljana, Slovenia, and graduated with distinction obtaining a magister degree in Cognitive Science (magister kognitivne znanosti). He is currently a doctorate student of Biomedical and Clinical Engineering at the University of Trieste with a focus on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) for neurorehabilitation and EEG applications and analysis in Motor Mental Imagery.


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