Zvonko R. Damnjanovic

University Assistant at Univ of Belgrade
Damnjanovic, Zvonko R.
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Area of Expertise: Internet and ICT, INFRARED DIAGNOSTICS, ECDL Authorized Tester, IR medical imaging, Industrial computing and management, Energy efficiency, Internet and ICT, INFRARED DIAGNOSTICS, ECDL Authorized Tester, IR medical imaging, Industrial computing and management, Energy efficiency
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Zvonko Damnjanovic received his BS (in 1986) and MS (in 2007) in Tecnical Faculty of Bor, University of Belgrade. From 2004 to 2007, he joined the Universiti of Belgrade, Tehnical Faculty of Bor as Research Associate working on medical image analysis (APPLICATION OF COMPUTER INFRA RED DIAGNOSTICS TO AN EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF CANCER ). Member IEEE Computer society. ACM - Association for Computing Machinery, AAUP –American Association of University Professors. His research interests include Computer science, Computer Tecnics, medical imaging and medical image analysis, in particular THERMOVISION medical imaging and its applications to brest imaging, volumetric measurement, Programming, Microcomputers, Computer networks, Programming and optimisation, Industrial automatitics, Industrial computing and management, Electronic business operations, Energy efficiency.
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Computer netware, Internet and ICT, APPLICATION OF COMPUTER to INFRA RED DIAGNOSTICS, ECDL Authorized Tester

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