I was born 13. 8. 1972 in Ljubljana, where I attended primary school Trnovo in years 1979/87 and secondary school Gimnazija Bezigrad in 1987/91. In 1991 I applied at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and chose Electronics program. I graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering in 1995 and received MSc and PhD degrees in 1998 and 2000 respectively.
My research interests are design of digital circuits and systems in FPGA technology. In 1996 I was three months visiting (project PROTEUS) faculty ESIEE in Paris, France, and working on design of digital circuits for real-time image segmentation. Currently, I am working on high-level design of digital circuits and prototyping programmable systems used for teaching and research purposes. I am involved in industrial projects and preparation of seminars for Slovenian electronics industry.
At the Faculty of electrical
engineering I work as an assistant on several courses (Integrated
circuits, Measurement technique, Computing). In 2001 I was elected an
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. I am mentor to the
students working at the
Laboratory of integrated circuit design on the topics of
electronics circuit design, high-level digital design, simulation
and implementation on FPGA devices. I was involved in organisation of
several seminars, summer schools and workshops and competition on
digital circuits design. I received Vidmar award for assistants in
2002 and 2012.
Last change: February 2007.