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Filip Lemic

  • Research Expertise  (University of Antwerp):Ambitious and independent research engineer with 6 years of experience in IT and project management gained in Belgium (IDLab @ UAntwerp-imec), Germany (FIWARE Foundation, TU Berlin) and the US (UC Berkeley). Extensive knowledge of data-centric and context-aware wireless communication, with application to the Internet of Things, 5G, beyond-5G, and Industry 4.0. PhD (Dr.-Ing.) awarded by TU Berlin in November 2017 (magna cum laude).
  • Keywords  (University of Antwerp):WIRELESS COMMUNICATION, EUROPEAN COOPERATION, Computer science (incl. applied informatics)
  • Disciplines  (Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre):Display technology, Antennas and propagation, Automation and control systems, Analogue, RF and mixed signal integrated circuits, Neuromorphic computing, Audio and speech processing, Environmental safety and health of nanotechnology, Battery technology, Biomaterials, Ceramic matrix composites, Hybrid composites, Computational materials science, Metals and alloy materials, Polymer processing, Nanomaterials, Functional materials, Biomedical image processing, Biochemical engineering, Biofluid mechanics, Cell, tissue and organ engineering, Arithmetic and logic structures, Automation, feedback control and robotics, Bio-informatics, Analogue and digital signal processing, Engineering instrumentation, Environmental health and safety, Biostatistics, Care for disabled, Bioethics
  • Disciplines  (University of Antwerp):Broadband and modern technologies, Computer communication networks, Telecommunication and remote sensing, Wireless communications
  • Research techniques  (University of Antwerp):Designed, implemented, and evaluated algorithms, protocols, and system architectures for problems in wireless communication networks, in the areas of context-aware wireless networks, Internet of Things, localization and tracking, mobility management, opportunistic networks, 5G cellular networks, propagation modelling, signal processing, distributed systems, testbed infrastructures and performance evaluation procedures; Developed software prototypes using Python and Matlab, and using various libraries such as NumPy/SciPy, Flask, pandas, matplotlib, json, protobuf, pymongo, etc.; Collected, processed, stored, and analysed gigabytes of sensor data for localization purposes; Organized and executed three large indoor localization competitions; Participated in and co-managed national and international research projects (EU EVARILOS, EU eWine, PerfLoc); Wrote and coordinated project proposals, published and peer-reviewed scientific papers, and supervised bachelor and master theses;