LJILJANA TRAJKOVIC
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Biography:

 ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 1986. University of California, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Los Angeles, California, GPA (4.0/4.0): Ph.D. dissertation entitled “Negative Differential Resistance in Transistor Circuits.” Advisor: Professor Alan N. Willson, Jr.
  • M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, 1981. Syracuse University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Syracuse, New York, GPA (4.0/4.0)
  • M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, 1979. Syracuse University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Syracuse, New York, GPA (3.9/4.0)
  • Dipl. Electr. Ing., 1974. University of Pristina, Electrical Engineering Department, Pristina, Yugoslavia, GPA (9.97/10.0)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Communication networks: traffic collection, characterization, and modeling in high-performance networks; simulation and performance evaluation of packet networks; intelligent control of packet networks; hardware design of packet switching systems.
  • Nonlinear circuits and systems: software tools for circuit simulation; homotopy methods for finding dc, steady-state, and transient solutions of transistor circuits; theory of nonlinear circuits and systems.


RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Professor, September 2003 – present
    Simon Fraser University, School of Engineering Science
  • Associate Professor, January 1998 – August 2003
    Simon Fraser University, School of Engineering Science
  • Visiting Professor, October 1995 – January 1998
    University of California, Berkeley, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
  • Research Scientist, September 1990 – October 1995
    Bell Communications Research, Computer Networking Research Department, Morristown, NJ
  • Member of Technical Staff, July 1988 – September 1990
    AT&T Bell Laboratories, Design Automation Laboratory, Murray Hill, NJ
  • Visiting Lecturer, August 1986 – July 1988
    University of California, Los Angeles, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Electrical Engineering Department; California State University, Northridge, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
  • Research and Teaching Assistant, October 1974 – July 1978
    Technical University of Pristina, Electrical Engineering Department, Pristina, Yugoslavia 

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2012 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Meritorious Service Award, May 22, 2012
  • Centennial Volunteer Award, IEEE Vancouver Section, March 25, 2012
  • Outstanding Service Award, IEEE Vancouver Section, June 21, 2010
  • Nominee, YWCA Vancouver Women of Distinction Award, 2008
  • EIC Canadian Pacific Railway Medal, 2007
  • IEEE Fellow, 2005 – present
  • Research Fellow of the BC Advanced Systems Institute, 1999 – 2002

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