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Summary Information of Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
Name Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
Affiliation Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Puebla, Mexico
Biography Gordana Jovanovic-Dolecek received a BS degree, and a PhD degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo. In 1995 she joined Institute INAOE, Department for Electronics, where she works as a professor and researcher. During 2001-2002 and 2006 she was at ECE Department of UCSB, Santa Barbara, as visiting researcher. She is the author of three books, editor of one book, and author of more than 200 papers. Her research interests include digital signal processing and digital communications. She is a member of Mexican Academy of Science, Senior member of IEEE and the member of SNI Mexico.
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Published Papers of Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
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GMC-NextNets 20205-7 June 2020 in Istanbul, Turkey
TrackConferenceDates and Location
()MIC- 196931-30 December 1969 in ,
Signal, Image and Speech Processing (SISP)ElectriTek 202014-16 April 2020 in Irbid, Jordan
Wireless Communication Systems and Networks (Wireless)MIC-Networks 20206-8 March 2020 in Athens, Greece
Communication and Information Technologies (CIT)MIC-InfoTech 20209-11 October 2020 in Porto, Portugal
Future Communication Systems (FComm)MIC-FutureCom 20209-11 October 2020 in Porto, Portugal
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Conference Talks by Prof. Gordana J. Dolecek
CIC-Based Decimators for Software Radio Applications