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Goran Šimić

Center for Simulations and Distance Learning
Military Academy, University of Defense
Pavla  Jurišića Šturma 33
11000 Belgrade
Serbia

The GoodOldAI research network
FON-School of Business Aministration
University of Blegrade
Jove Ilica 154, 11000 Belgrade
Serbia

Collaborator - consultant
Singidunum University - Belgrade

Email: goran.simic@va.mod.gov.rsgshimic@gmail.com
Mob: +381 64 3441863
Fax: +381 11 3005130;
Phone: +381 11 3603409
Homepage: http://goodoldai.org/?q=goran_simic

 

Bio Sketch

Goran Šimić received his B.S. degree in Electronic Warfare (EW) from the Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, M.S. degree in informatics from the Department of of Information Systems, FON - School of Business Administration, University of Belgrade, Serbia, and PhD degree in Computer science, FIM - Faculty of Informatics and Management,  Singidunum University Belgrade, Serbia. He is a lecturer of computer applications in EW at the Department of EW technologies, Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia. Also he teaches expert systems, object-oriented programming and modeling, and buisness  software applications. His current research interests are in the area of Web-based e-learning, interoperability between different learning resources & systems, and integration between intelligent tutoring systems and learning management systems. So far, he has authored/co-authored about 10 research papers. Also, he contributed in three books. Mr. Shimic is a member of the GoodOldAI research network.

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Education

  • August 1986 - July 1990 - B.S. in Electronic Warfare, Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  • October 1997 - December 2004 - M.S. in Computer science, FON - School of Business Administration, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • February 2005 - March 2009 - PhD in Computer science, FIM - Faculty of Informatics and Management,  Singidunum University Belgrade, Serbia

Professional experience

  • October 1997 - 2009- Lecturer of Computers in EW, Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
  • October 2003 - 2009- Teaching assistant, Department of Computer engineering, Colledge of Buisness Informatics, Belgrade, Serbia
  • October 2009 - present - Assistant professor, Department of Computer engineering, Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia

Research interests

Intelligent tutoring systems, learning management systems, Web applications, learning technologies, XML-based interoperability, integration between software engineering and knowledge engineering techniques, and expert system shells based on Java technologies.

Recent publications

  1. Šimić, G., Gašević, D., Devedžić, V., "Ontologies in Intelligent
    Learning Management Systems", SWEL04 International conference, Japan, 8th November, 2004.
  2. Šimić, G., Gašević, D., Devedžić, V., "Semantic Web and Intelligent
    Learning Management Systems," 2nd International Workshop on Applications of Semantic Web Technologies for E-Learning (at the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems), Maceió-Alagoas, Brazil, 2004.
  3. Šimić, G., "Integration of LMS and ITS", LOKMOL05 International
    conference, Kaiserslautern, Germany, 10-13 April 2005.
  4. Jevremović A., Veinović M., Šimić G., „Analysis and Implementation of Custom Cipher Algorithm for IPSec under Linux OS“, IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, Volume Number: Vol.8, No.7
  5. G. Šimić, “Technology Enhanced Learning Tools”, in M. Lytras, D. Gašević, P. Ordonez de Pablos, W. Huang, „Technology Enhanced Learning - Best Practices“, IGI Publishing Hershez New York, 2008, pp. 1-27, ISBN-978-159904600-6
  6. AN APPROACH TO DOCUMENT CLUSTERING USING HYBRID METHOD, Simic, G., Kajan E., Jeremic Z., and Randjelovic D., IADIS International Conference e-Society 2012, 03/2012, Berlin, (2012)
  7. Problem-based learning in formal and informal learning environments, Shimic, G., and Jevremovic A. , Interactive Learning Environments, 08/2012 , Volume 20, Number 4, p.351-367, (2012)


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Recent projects

Teaching 

  • Computer applications in EW (1997 - present)
  • Buisness  software applications (2003 - present)
  • Object-oriented programming and modeling: C++ and UML (present)
  • Expert systems (present)
  • EW Protection Measures and Countermeasures (present)
  • Developing of Java based Web and mobile aplications (present)