Irena Orovic

Assistant Professor

Cooridnator for collaboration with industry

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

University of Montenegro

PERSONAL INFORMATIONS

First name: Irena

Last name: Orovic

Birth date: February 21, 1983.

Sex: female

Marital status: Not married

Citizenship: Montenegro

AREAS OF CURRENT INTEREST AND RESEARCH

Multimedia systems

Digital signal processing

Digital Electronics Devices

TOPIC OF THE CURRENT RESEARCH

Time-frequency signal analysis: the general concepts

Time-frequency analysis and its Applications

Digital audio and image watermarking

Time-varying filtering

Motion estimation

Compressive Sensing

EDUCATION

  • B.Sc., 2004, in Electrical Engineering at the University of Montenegro,
    with the honors as the best student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
  • M.Sc., 2006, in Electrical Engineering at the University of Montenegro,
  • Ph.D., 2010, in Electrical Engineering at the University of Montenegro.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2005-2010 - Teaching Assistant at the University of Montenegro
  • 2010-present - Assistant Professor at the University of Montenegro
    Courses taught: Multimedia Systems, Digital Electronics Devices, Electronics Devices, Web Design, Information systems, Basics of informatics

  • Student Member of the IEEE since 2007
  • Member of the IEEE since 2010

  • Reviewer in the following journals:
    IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
    Signal Processing
    EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing
    IET Image Processing
    Multimedia Tools and Applications
    IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2003 Award of the city Podgorica "19. Decembar" (for the best student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Montenegro)
  • 2004 Award of Montenegrin Academy of Science and Arts
  • 2005 Award for the best student of natural and technical sciences at the University of Montenegro
  • 2011 TRIMO Awards Slovenia - Award for the best Ph.D thesis
  • 2011 Award for the Best Woman Scientist in Montenegro, Ministry of Science of Montenegro

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

    Short stays (mainly one month stays):
  • 2005, and 2006 E3I2 Lab ENSIETA, Brest
  • 2007 Computer Vision Lab, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Bonn
  • 2008, and 2009 GIPSA Lab, INPG, Grenoble
  • 2011 Villanova University, Pennsylvania

Languages

  • Native language: Montenegrin
  • Foreign languages: English and Italian active knowledge