Željko Mrčarica and Jasna Radjenovic-Mrcarica from LEDA joined the research team of Institute of Precision Engineering and started the work for PhD degree. The thesis of Željko was related to the simulation of microelectromechanical systems. For that, he used the Alecsis simulator, developed in LEDA. This work was described in many publications together with LEDA members. The simulator Alecsis itself was improved during this work, in order to handle very big system of equations, needed for simulation of distributed mechanical or electromechanical systems using finite-differences method. Jasna Radjenovic-Mrcarica worked on visual recognition using neural networks, using the background that she got in Nis. The pioneering work on neural network research within Serbia was within LEDA laboratory.
Prof. Litovski visited the Institute for Precision Engineering in Vienna. Project of "Simulation of microelectromechanical systems", founded by the Austrian "Fonds zur Foerderung der Wissenschaftlichen Forschung" was started on the Institute for Precision Engineering in Vienna. Jasna Radjenovic-Mrcarica and Željko Mrčarica finished the PhD theses and returned back to Nis.
Prof. Helmut Detter, head of the Institute for Micro and Precision Engineering at the Technical University Vienna visited LEDA during his participation at the MIEL conference. Mirko Jakovljevic from Vienna started to work on the project "Simulation of microelectromechanical systems" using simulator Alecsis for simulation of distributed microelectromechanical and electrothermal systems using finite elements method. This work resulted in a number of publications together with LEDA members.
Parts from article published in Wiener Neustadt Journal
List of joint publications
- List of all joint publications of LEDA and TU Vienna stored in LEDA publications database
Željko Mrčarica presents a joint paper (Detter, H., Fotiu, P., Jakovljevic, M., Litovski, V., Mrcarica, Ž.: Electro-Thermal Simulation of Microsystems with Mixed Abstraction Modelling) on SSSS 2000