Contact Information

Nenad Muškinja, PhD., Associate Professor
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Office: UM FNM 01.21
Phone number: +386 2 229 3754

Short CV


EDUCATION:

  • Primary school J. Padežnik, Maribor, Slovenia, 1979.
  • Secondary school: Secondary School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Maribor, 1983.
  • University degree (BSc.) Real Time Parametric Identification, University of Maribor, Faculty of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer and Information Science, 1988.
  • Master of Sciences (MSc.) Regulation Valve in Adaptive Loop, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 1992.
  • PhD: Use of Supervisory Control for Ensuring Stability of Fuzzy Control Systems, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 1997.

EMPLOYMENT:

 

  • Mariborska tekstilna tovarna (MTT), early stage researcher, 1988.
  • University of Maribor, early stage researcher, Faculty of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer and Information Science, 1991.
  • Current employment: Research Assistant employed for an indefinite period of time, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

MEMBERSHIP:

Member of the IEEE association and active member of the Automatic Control Society of Slovenia (DAS), co-organiser of the Automation in Industry and Economy (AIG) conference.

EDITORSHIP:

  • Editor of AIG journals
  • Editor of the permanent DAS column in the Avtomatika magazine.
  • Mentor and co-mentor to over fifty undergraduate students and co-mentor for two master theses. Second term member of the Commission for Study Affairs of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the associate commission for the preparation of new Bologna programmes at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and constant active cooperation in the promotion of study programmes of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

Description of the Research Field

The research work is directed towards the field of adaptive process management, fuzzy control systems, non-linear control systems, intelligent control systems, identification, detecting and diagnostics of errors in control systems. Results of his research work have been published at scientific conferences and journals (category I. and II.). He has 19 quotes from his published articles.


Description of Participation in Projects


NATIONAL PROJECTS:

  • Modern control technologies for improving competitiveness: AK3-1 project section: Advanced elements for an integrated system of computer-supported production control.
  • Centre of excellence for modern control technologies: AK3a-3 project section: Remote and distributed control technologies and AK31-4 project section: Support to decision-making and production management.
  • Development of the research infrastructure of the Centre of excellence for modern control technologies – RRI CO-1: investment no. 15 – Demonstration system for the development of the MePIS production and information system and investment no. 16 - Information and telecommunication infrastructure for the Centre of Excellence.

INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS:

  • CEEPUS-CII-CZ-0031 Exchange programme for students and professors from 7 countries.
  • EUREKA project E!3223 – FDLC The Fuzzy Logic Control of Distillation Process.

INTERNAL PROJECTS:

  • L2-3436-0796 – Digital Fuzzy Welding Control in MIG/MAG Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • L2-9717-0796 – Built-in Intelligent Systems for Electric Arc Welding

INDUSTRY-RELATED TASKS:

  • Varstroj, d. d. – Built-in Digital Control of new synergy MIG/MAG welding machines.
  • Metrel, d. o. o. – Digital regulation of high voltage generator.
  • TANIN Sevnica d.d. – Automatic Management and Control of the Galleri steam boiler.

Subjects Taught

Holder and lecturer:
Postgraduate study:

  • Fuzzy Control Systems

Electrical Engineering university study programme, Automation study field:

  • Identification,
  • Seminar II

Double-major university study programme of Production and Technology:

  • Electrical Engineering

Lab work:

  • Design of Control Systems,
  • Identification,
  • Automation of Process Plants,
  • Simulation Methods,
  • Computer Science,
  • Electrical Engineering

Office hours

Mondays, 8 am – 10 am, University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, G1106
 

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