Nermin Suljanović, Ph.D.

 Associate Professor at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Tuzla
Department of Communications


Contact: Franjevačka 2, 75000 Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tel: +387 35 259 629
Fax: +387 35 259 617
E-mail: nermin.suljanovic@untz.ba, nermin.suljanovic@gmail.com
Home: http://ictlab.com.ba/~komunikacije

Research interests
Communications over power lines, Communications in Smart Grids, Communication channel modeling, Signal processing
Education
2001-2004 University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Degree: Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
1998-2000 University of Tuzla, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Degree: M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering
1991-1997 University of Tuzla, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Degree: B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering
Career
2010 - ... Associate Professor at Department of Communications
2005 - 2010 Assistant Professor at Department of Communications
2001-2004 Visiting researcher and doctoral student at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
1997-2001 Assistant and Senior Assistant at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Tuzla
Industry Projects
2007-2008 Telekom Slovenije
2001-2004 Iskra Sistemi
2005-2006 Iskra Emeco
2003-2008 Iskra Zaščite
Papers in Scientific Journals
1. N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, M. Zajc, J. F. Tasič, “Power line tap modeling at power-line carrier frequencies with a radial-basis function network”, International journal of engineering intelligent systems for electrical engineering and communications, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2003), pp. 9-17.
2. A. Mujčić, N. Suljanović, M. Zajc, J. F. Tasič, “Corona noise on a 400 kV overhead power line: measurements and computer modeling”, Electrical engineering, Vol.86, No. 2 (2004), pp. 61-67.
3. A. Košir, A. Mujčić, N. Suljanović, J. F. Tasič, “Noise variance estimation based on measured maximums of sampled subsets”, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol.65, No.6 (2004), pp. 629-639.
4. N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, M. Zajc, J. F. Tasič, “Approximate computation of high-frequency characteristics for power line with horizontal disposition and middle-phase to ground coupling”, Electric power systems research, Vol.69 (2004), pp. 17-24.
5. N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, M. Zajc, J. F. Tasič, “Computation of high-frequency and time characteristics of corona noise on HV power line”, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, VOL. 20, No.1, January 2005.
6. M. Zajc, N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, J. F. Tasič,. “Omejitve visokonapetostnih vodov za zanesljive digitalne komunikacije”, Elektroteh. vestn., 2005, letn. 72, št. 5, pp. 237-242.
7. M. Zajc, Member, N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, and J. F. Tasič, “Frequency Characteristics Measurement of Overhead High-Voltage Power-Line in Low Radio-Frequency Range”, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, VOL. 22, No.4, October 2007.
8. E. Škaljo, A. Mujčić, N. Suljanović, "Usage of Optical Power Meter in Passive Optical Networks", Fiber and Integrated Optics, Vol. 30, Issue 5, October 2011, pp. 308-321
9. V. Murko, N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, J. F. Tasič, "Universal SPD coordination towards an effective surge protection of power supply networks", Elektrotehniški vestnik, Volume 78, No. 3, 2011.
10. A. Gogić, N. Suljanović, A. Mujčić, M. Kolenc, J. F. Tasič, M. Zajc: "Simple digital filter implementation of the HV PLC channel model", Elektrotehnički vestnik. Vol. 78, No. 4, pp. 171-176, 2011
11. GOGIĆ, Asmir, MUJČIĆ, Aljo, ZAJC, Matej, SULJANOVIĆ, Nermin. Broadband PLC network cross-layer simulation in accordance with the IEEE P1901 standard. Electronics and Electrical Engineering, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 5, pp. 83-88.
12. SAMUELSEN, Dag, PJANIĆ, Edin, HASANOVIĆ, Amer, SULJANOVIĆ, Nermin, GRAVEN, Olaf H., THYBERG, Brit, MUJČIĆ, Aljo. Using Cloud Infrastructure to Support Higher Education: A Case Study of Managing a Course Web Page with the Google Sites. International journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 2013, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 33-37.
13. GOGIĆ Asmir, MUJČIĆ, Aljo, CAVDAR, Ismail H., ZAJC, Matej, SULJANOVIĆ, Nermin. Study of MAC routing in the BPLC P1901 access network: Fixed vs. Adaptive approach. TURKISH JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING&COMPUTER SCIENCES, accepted for publication