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     Date Submitted:03-12-2011
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    Date of birth: 01/05/1974

    Place of birth: SKOPJE, R. OF MACEDONIA

    Marital Status: single female

    Education:

    - Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Telecommunications (July 1998) at the University ”Sv. Kiril&Metodij”, Faculty of Electrical Engineering – Skopje, title of the thesis: ”Antenna Arrays with Dynamically Shifted Phases”.

    She received special honors for remarkable average studies score 9.00 (lowest and highest exam mark, 6 and 10, respectively).

    - MS degree inTelecommunications (November 2001) at the University ”Sv.Kiril&Metodij”, Faculty of Electrical Engineering – Skopje, in the field of the antenna arrays application at the base stations in GSM, title of the thesis: ”Time-Space Signal Processing With Real Antenna Array”.

     

    Passed postgraduating subjects:                                           (Exam mark)

    • ” Theory of Random Processes”                                           (10)
    • ” Theory of Information and Coding”                                      (10)
    • ” Mobile Communications”                                                      (10)
    • ” Satellite and Radio-Relay Systems”                                    (10)
    • ” Integr. Digital and Telecommunication Networks”             (10)
    • ” Antennas and Antenna Systems”                                          (10)

     

    Average postgraduating studies score:10.00 (lowest and highest exam mark, 6 and 10, respectively)

     

    The complete costs of her postgraduating studies were funded by Macedonian Ministry of Science in Skopje, as a part of the state project for encouragement and improvement of the young talented researchers in Macedonia.

    The MS thesis is concerned with time-space signal processing with antenna array for Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) scheme. The given receiving configuration with RAKE receivers was analyzed together with multi-path effect. The time signal processing increased the reception gain on the account of the system capacity. But space signal processing compensated the lost in capacity. First the Bit Error Rate (BER) performances were analyzed using isotropic antenna elements and corresponding conventional algorithm for beam forming. Two cases were presented: linear and two-dimensional antenna arrays. Then the mutual coupling effect was presented for the case of dipole array elements. All conclusions were supported with results from computer simulations.

    - PhD degree in Electrical Engineering (April 2008), achieved with the public defense of her PhD thesis with title “Adaptive Antenna Systems Based on Neural Networks”.

    She received a PhD scholarship funded by Macedonian Ministry of Science in Skopje, as a part of the state project for encouragement and improvement of the young talented researchers in Macedonia.

    As a result of her continuous academic research in the field of Smart Antenna and Neural Networks independently and with the cooperation of the Faculty of Electronic Engineering - University of Niš, Serbia, her published papers are:

    • Maja Sarevska, ” Multi-User Detection for Synchronous CDMA Systems: Configuration with Match Filters”, Conf. ETAI’00, Ohrid, R. of Macedonia, September 2000.
    • Maja Sarevska, ”Space Signal Processing in CDMA System Using Antenna Array”, Conf. ETRAN’03, Herceg Novi, Serbia and Montenegro, June 2003, pp. 273-276.
    • Maja Sarevska, ”The Influence of Real Antenna Array Parameters On BER Performances For Given Time-Space Signal Processing Scheme”, Conf. ETAI’03, Ohrid, R. of Macedonia, September 2003.
    • Maja Sarevska, ”Time-Space Signal Processing for CDMA Using Given Receiving Configuration With RAKE Receivers”, Conf. TELSIKS’03, Niš, Serbia and Montenegro, October 2003, pp.171-174.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, ”Time Signal Processing for CDMA Using Given Receiving Configuration With RAKE Receivers”, Conf. TELFOR’03, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, November 2003, CD-ROM version.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Zoran Stankovic, ”Alternative Signal Detection for Neural Network-Based Smart Antenna”, Conf.NEUREL’04, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, September 2004, pp.85-89.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Zoran Stankovic, ”Generalization Capabilities of Neural Network-Based Smart Antenna for DOA Estimation”, Conf.TELFOR’04, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, November 2004, CD-ROM version.
    • Maja Sarevska, “Time Signal Processing for CDMA Using Given Receiving Configuration With Rake Receivers”, Journal of Electronics and Mathematics, Vol. 9, (2004), Kosovska Mitrovica, pp.11-18.
    • Bratislav Milovanovic, Zoran Stankovic, Maja Sarevska, and Aleksandar Jovanovic ”Neural Models for Electromagnetic Strength Level Prediction – Application in RF Communications”, Conf.ICEST’05, Niš, Serbia and Montenegro, June 2005, pp.411-414.
    • Zoran Stankovic, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Maja Sarevska, ”New Neural Models of Microwave Cylindrical Cavity Applicators”, Journal of WSEAS Transactions on Systems, Issue 6, Vol.4, June 2005, pp 761-769.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Zoran Stankovic, ”Reliability of Radial Basis Function – Neural Network Smart Antenna”, Conf.WSEAS’05 on Communications, Athens, Greece, July 2005, CD-ROM version.
    • Zoran Stankovic, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Maja Sarevska, ”Microwave Cylindrical Cavity Applicators Modeling Using Artificial Neural Networks”, Conf.WSEAS’05 on Systems, Athens, Greece, July 2005, CD-ROM version.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Zoran Stankovic, ”Reliability of The Hidden Layer in Neural Network Smart Antenna”, Journal of WSEAS Transactions on Communications, Issue 8, Vol.4, August 2005, pp. 556-563.
    •   Zoran Stankovic, Bratislav Milovanovic, Maja Sarevska, "Novel Efficient Approaches in the Microwave Cavity Applicators modeling based on Artificial Neural Networks", International Journal of Factory Automation, Robotics and Soft Computing, ISSN 1828-6984, International Society for Advanced Research, Issue 2, Italy, April 2006, pp.63-68.
    • Maja Sarevska, Liljana Gavrilovska “Capabilities of Neural Network – Based Smart Antenna for DOA Estimation”, Conf. ETAI’05,Ohrid, R.of Macedonia, September 2005.
    • Maja Sarevska, Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, “Antenna Array Beamforming using Neural network”, International Journal of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol.2, No.2, pp. 60-64, 2005.
    • Maja Sarevska, Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, “Neural Network-Based Null-Steering Beam Former for Smart Antenna”, Egyptian Computer Science Journal, Vol.28, No.1, January 2006, pp.5-11.
    • Bratislav Milovanovic, Zoran Stankovic, Maja Sarevska, and Aleksandar Jovanovic  ”EfficientNeural Models for Electromagnetic Field Characterization–Application  in  RF Communications”, Microwave Review, Vol 12. No.1, June 2006, pp.31-35.
    •  Zoran Stankovic, Bratislav Milovanovic, Maja Sarevska, "Novel Efficient Models of the Microwave Cavity Applicators based on Artificial Neural Networks", Recent advances in Control Systems, Robotics and Automation, International Scientific Book, ISBN: 88-901928-0-1, Wide International Scientific and Academic Society(WISAS), Italy, 2006, pp.100-105.
    • Maja Sarevska, Bratislav Milovanovic, and Zoran Stankovic, ”Neural Network-Based DOA Estimation and Beamforming for Smart Antenna”, Conf.ICEST’06, Sofia, Bulgaria, July 2006, pp.25-28.
    • M. Sarevska B. Milovanović, Z. Stanković, Antenna Array System Modeling Using RBF Neural Network”,Sixth International Symposium Nikola Tesla, Belgrade, SASA Serbia, October 2006, pp. 193-196.
    • B. Milovanović, Z. Stanković, M. Milijić, M. Sarevska, “Near-Earth Propagation Loss Prediction in Open Rural Environment using Hybrid Empirical Neural ModelConf.TELSIKS’07, Niš, Serbia, September 2007, pp. 423-426.
    • Maja Sarevska, ”Signal detection for neural network-based antenna array”, Conf.NAUN’08 on Circuits, Systems, and Signals, Marathon, Attica, Greece, June 2008, pp.115-119.
    • Maja Sarevska, Abdel-Badeeh M.Salem, Nikos Mastorakis, ”Null Steering Beamformer Based on RBF Neural Networks”, Conf.WSEAS’08 on Communications, Heraklion, Greece, July 2008, pp.29-34.
    • Maja Sarevska, Abdel-Badeeh M.Salem, Mohamed A. Aziz, ”Antenna Array Signal Detection with RBE Neural Networks”, Conf.ICICIS’09, Cairo, Egypt, 19-22 March 2009, CD-ROM version.
    • D. Urošević, B. Vukotić, B. Arbutina, and M. Sarevska, “The Orthogonal Fitting Procedure For Determination of The Empirical S-D Relations For Supernova Reminants: Application to Starburst Galaxy M82”, The Astrophysical Journal, 719:950–957, 2010, August 10.
    • Maja Sarevska, Nikos Mastorakis, ‘NEURAL NETWORKS AND ANTENNA ARRAYS’, 9th WSEAS Int. Conf. on CIRCUITS, SYSTEMS, ELECTRONICS, CONTROL & SIGNAL PROCESSING  (CSECS '10),29-31  December, 2010, Athens, Greece.
    • Maja Sarevska, Nikos Mastorakis, ‘Regular Antenna Array Synthesis Using Neural Network’, 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on TELECOMMUNICATIONS and INFORMATICS (TELE-INFO’11)27-29 May, 2011 , Lanzarote, Canary Islands , Spain.

     

    She received a Best Student Paper Award at the WSEAS International Conference on Systems in Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece, July 2005.

     

    Speaking languages: English, Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian.

     

    Programming skills: C, Matlab, Pascal, Fortran, Microsoft Office.

     

    Working Experience: 2 years as commercialist/engineer for different types of electrical products in a distribution firm, making offers for different customers, TV stations, radio stations etc. One year experience as administrator/manager in a small company for security electronic equipment.

    From March 2010 to September 2011 was working as a lecturer on Spacecraft Telecommunications on contract basis in Istanbul Technical University. The lectures contained detailed analyze of signal spectrum, electromagnetic wave propagation, antenna systems, error-correcting codes and satellite/spacecraft telecommunication link parameters.

    Also she was involved in CubeSats project at University in Istanbul-Turkey concerning the ground station performances and communication system.

     

    Main features and wishes: likes to solve difficult and complex problems, to analyze, to use computer simulations, academic and practical research, likes teamwork and cooperation.


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