About Me

I am a researcher at the Department of Intelligent Systems at Jozef Stefan Institute. I’ve completed my PhD study in 2013 at Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School in Ljubljana, Slovenia by defending doctoral dissertation entitled Detection of anomalous and suspicious behavior patterns from spatio-temporal agent traces, supervised by Prof. Dr. Matjaž Gams and co-supervised by Dr. Mitja Luštrek.

I spent two semesters (2010/2011) in Los Angeles, California as a visiting researcher in Teamcore research group at University of Southern California under the advisement of Prof. Milind Tambe.

My research field is artificial intelligence and intelligent systems, focusing on ambient intelligence and human behavior modeling from sensor data. Occasionally I also dabble in other areas. For details, please see the research section.

The complete biography may be found in CV [pdf].

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