Society for Electronics, Telecommunications, Computers, Automatic Control and Nuclear Engineering
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About ETRAN Society

The Society for Electronics, Telecommunications, Computing, Automatics and Nuclear engineering (ETRAN) of Serbia is registered as a volontary, non-partisan, non-governmental, non-profit organization of experts in the field of electrical engineering and connected fields.
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The Society is the lawful successor of the Yugoslav Association for Electronics, Telecommunications, Automatics and Nuclear engineering (ETAN) originated in June, 1953.

The ETRAN Society Secretariat is located in Belgrade 11000, Kneza Miloša 9, IV floor

    The goals of the ETRAN are
  • Promotion of creative work in the fields of electronics, telecommunications, computers, automation, nuclear engineering and connected fields
  • Planning and implementation of scientific and expert development in pertinent fields
  • Advancement of modern technologies and their application
  • Organization of cooperation among universities, research organizations and industry connected with planning the industrial development and higher education
  • Work in the fields of projects, standards and technical norms
  • Organization of domestic and international science and expert meetings, exhibitions and debates in the pertinent fields
  • Technical preparation and publishing of proceedings, journals and other publications in pertinent fields
  • Cooperation with similar societies in the country, with similar national societies in other countries and with international societies pertinent to activities of ETRAN
  • The ETRAN conference is the oldest and the most renowned scientific and expert conference in Serbia, with more than half a century of tradition and with tens of thousands of papers published in proceedings. ETRAN has a partnership with the largest and most influential expert organization of electrical engineers in the world, the IEEE.

    The activities of ETRAN proceed within the framework of the following expert sections

    Electronics

    Development of electronic circuits; modeling of electronic systems; simulation and design of electronic circuits and systems; development of electronic methods and measurement systems; acquisition and processing of measurement data; virtual instrumentation; power electronics; supply systems.

    Telecommunications

    Radio-systems; telecommunication and computer networks; digital telecommunications; information theory and coding; commucation systems

    Computer Science

    Architecture of computer systems; software techniques and tools; information systems; operating systems; program languages and translators; database structures; security and data protection; local computer networks; microcomputers and VLSI technique; computerized process control; computer vision and image processing; computer simulation; multimedia.

    Automation

    Multivariable systems for plants and industrial process control; computerized control systems; modeling and simulation of dynamic systems; stochastic systems; estimation and adaptive control

    Nuclear Engineering

    Nuclear engineering and neutron physics; reactor physics; physics and technique of power nuclear reactors; safety of nuclear power plants

    Acoustics

    Physical acoustics; sound generation and acoustic wave propagation; ultrasound; hydroacousticsl seismic waves; bioacoustics; physiological and psychological acoustics; speech analysis, synthesis and processing; speech communications; room acoustics; protection against noise and vibrations; acoustics in civil engineering; musical acoustics; processing of acoustic signals; electroacoustic transducers; audio equipment and systems.

    Antennas and propagation

    Electrostatics; electromagnetic fields; antennas; ionosphere and propagation

    Biomedical technique

    biophysics; biosignal processing; biomedical instrumentation

    Artificial Intelligence

    Theoretical and practical aspects; codification and representation of knowledge, inteligent user interfaces, mechanisms of decision making, machine learning, heuristic searches and systems for solution of traditional difficult problems; pattern recognition systems - analysis and synthesis, neural networks; architectures, training alorithms and evaluation; hybrid systems.

    Power Engineering

    Systems for production, transport and distribution of electrical energy; planning, control and protection of power engineering systems; information technologies in power engineering; electrical machines, power transducers and electromotive drives; electrothermy; equipment, measurement and measuring transducers.

    Electrical curcuits, electrical systems and signal processing

    General theoryof electric circuits and systems; analog and digital filters; digital signal processing; systems and algorithms for digital image processing; analysis and synthesis of electric circuits, design and implementation of electrical circuits; symbolic analysis of circuits using computers; artifitial neural networks.

    Metrology

    Implementation of basic and derived units of the SI system; legislation in metrology, standards, methods for ethalon callibration and comparation; statistical processing of measurement results and estimation of measurement inaccuracy; absolute mesurements of electrical and non-electrical values; the development of domestic metrology system.

    Microelectronics and Optoelectronics

    Physical electronics; semiconductor and microsystem technologies; modeling and simulation; design; measurement and characterization; quality and reliability; discrete components; integrated circuits; sensors and actuators; optical and optoelectronic devices; intelligent components.

    Microwave and submillimeter wave technique

    Waveguiding systems; antennas, modeling, simulation and design of accessories and systems; satelite and cable TV; radiodiffusion systems; fast Internet; measurements in radiofrequent, microwave, milimeter and optical range

    Novel materials

    General phenomena; oxide and non-oxide ceramics; thin film structures; fullerenes; carbon-based materials; composites; powder metallurgy; physical metallurgy.

    Robotics and flexible automation

    Robot kinematics and dynamics; robot control; development of robots and robotized systems; development and control of flexible production systems.

    STATUTE OF ETRAN SOCIETY

    The Statute of the ETRAN Society in Serbian language can be downloaded HERE (MS Word form)

    Fellows of ETAN/ETRAN

    Niš, June 9, 1967.

    1. Rajko Tomović, honorary president of ETAN/ETRAN

    Zadar, June 12, 1978.

    12 members . . .

    Belgrade, May 1999.

    1. Academician Jovan Surutka
    2. Prof. Dimitrije Tjapkin
    3. Prof. Radoslav Horvat

    Belgrade, 15.маја 2006.

    1. Academician Petar Miljanić
    2. Academician Momčilo Ristić
    3. Academician Miomir Vukobratović
    4. Academician Aleksandar Marinčić
    5. Academician Ilija Stojanović
    6. Academician Pantelija Nikolić
    7. Academician Ninoslav Stojadinović
    8. Prof. Husnija Kurtović
    9. Prof. Petar Pravica
    10. Prof. Dušan Hristović
    11. Prof. Milić Stojić
    12. Prof. Slobodan Lazović
    13. Prof. Vojislav Aranđelović

    Zlatibor, June 4, 2013.

    1. Prof. Srđan Stanković
    2. Prof. Borivoj Lazić
    3. Prof. Dušan Petrovački

    Zlatibor, June 14, 2016.

    1. Academician Dejan Popović
    2. Prof. Vančo Litovski
    3. Prof. Branko Dokić
    4. Prof. Branko Kovačević
    5. Prof. Vladimir Katić
    6. Prof. Branimir Reljin
    7. Prof. Miloljub Smiljanić
    8. Prof. Zoran Jakšić
    9. Prof. Bratislav Milovanović
    10. Prof. Veljko Potkonjak

    Distinguished members of ETAN/ETRAN

    Zadar, June 12, 1978.

    119 members

    Belgrade, May 15, 2006.

    1. Prof. Georgi Dimirovski
    2. Prof. dr Branko Dokić
    3. Prof. dr Branimir Djordjević
    4. Prof. Zoran Jakšić
    5. Prof. Vladimir Katić
    6. Prof. Branko Kovačević
    7. Prof. Borivoj Lazić
    8. Prof. Bratislav Milovanović
    9. Prof. Djordje Paunović
    10. Prof. Dušan Petrovački
    11. Prof. Miloljub Smiljanić
    12. Prof. Zdravko Uskoković
    13. Prof. Baldomir Zajc

    Zlatibor, June 4, 2013

    1. Prof. Dušan Drajić
    2. Prof. Aleksandar Nešić

    Zlatibor, June 14, 2016

    1. Prof. Predrag Petrović
    2. Prof. Zora Konjović
    3. Prof. Zoran Jovanović
    4. v Ivan Milentijević
    5. Prof. Miomir Mijić
    6. Prof. Branko Kolundžija
    7. Prof. Milan Milosavljević
    8. Prof. Miroslav Lutovac
    9. Prof. Jeroslav Živanić
    10. Prof. Vladimir Vujačić
    11. Prof. Božidar Dimitrijević
    12. Prof. Vera Marković
    13. Prof. Nebojša Mitrović
    14. Prof. Aleksandar Rodić
    15. Prof. Milić Đekić

    Prof. Dejan Popovic

    ETRAN Society Board

    Chairman and Legal Representative

    Dejan Popović, Academician SASA, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Vice-Chairman

    Prof. dr. Slobodan Vukosavić, corresponding member SASA, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade. . .

    Steering Committee of ETRAN Society

    Electronics

    Prof. dr. Branko Dokić, University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Banja Luka
    Prof. dr. Predrag Petković, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    Тelecommunications

    Prof. dr. Predrag Petrović, Full Research Professor, IRITEL Institute, Belgrade

    Computers

    Prof. dr. Dragan Janković, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš
    Prof. dr. Zora Konjović, Singidunum University, Belgrade, Department Novi Sad
    Prof. dr. Milo tomašević, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Automatic Control

    Prof. dr. Želјko Đurović, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
    Prof. dr. Igor Đurović, University of Podgorica, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Podgorica

    Nuclear Engineering

    Prof. dr. Dragan Nikolić, University of Belgrade, Vinča institute, Belgrade
    Boris Loncar,Ph.D.E.E., University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade

    Acoustics

    Prof. dr. Miomir Mijić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Antennas and Propagation

    Prof. dr Branko Kolundžija, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Artificial Intelligence

    Prof. dr. Sanja Vraneš, University of Belgrade, Mihailo Pupin Institute, Beograd

    Electric Circuits and systems and signal processing

    Prof. dr. Branimir Reljin, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Power Engineering

    Prof. dr. Vladimir Katić, University of Nоvi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad
    Prof. dr. Slobodan Vukosavić, corresponding member SASA, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Biomedicine

    Prof. dr. Dejan Popović, Academician SASA, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
    Prof. Nikola Jorgovanović, University of Nоvi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad

    Metrology

    Prof. dr. Dragan Denić, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš New materials
    Prof. dr. Nebojša Mitrović, University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Čačak

    Microelectronics and Optoelectronics

    Prof. dr. Ninoslav Stojadinović, Academician SASA, University of Niš, Elektronski fakultet, Niš
    Prof. dr. Zoran Jakšić, University of Belgrade, Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade

    Microwave and Submillimeter Technique

    Prof. dr. Bratislav Milovanović, Singidunum University, Belgrade

    Robotics and Flexible Automation

    Prof. dr. Veljko Potkonjak, Metropolitan University, Belgrade Programme Committee
    Acting president Prof. dr. Zoran Jakšić, University of Belgrade, Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade

    Electronics

    Prof. dr. Lazar Saranovac, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
    Prof. dr. Marko Dimitrijević, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    Telecommunications

    Prof. dr. Nenad milošević, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš
    Prof. dr. Aleksandra Smiljanić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
    Prof. dr. Petar Spalević, University of Kosovska Mitrovica, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica

    Computers

    Prof. dr. Ivan Milentijević, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš
    Prof. dr. Igor Tartalja, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Automatic Control

    Prof. dr. Milan Rapajić, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad
    Prof. dr. Boban Veselić, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    Nuclear Engineering

    Assist. prof. dr. Koviljka Stanković, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
    Dr. Dragana Nikolić, University of Belgrade, Institut Vinča, Belgrade

    Acoustics

    Prof. dr. Dejan Ćirić, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    Antennas and Propagation

    Assist. prof. dr. Miodrag Tasić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Artificial Intelligence

    Prof. dr. Milan Milosavljević, Singidunum University, Belgrade

    Electric Circuits and systems and signal processing

    Prof. dr. Milorad Paškaš, College of vocational studies, Belgrade

    Power Engineering

    Prof. dr. Marko Rosić, University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Čačak

    Biomedicine

    Prof. dr Milica Janković, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade

    Metrology

    Prof. dr. Platon Sovilj, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad

    Microelectronics and Optoelectronics

    Prof. dr. Tatjana Pešić Brđanin, University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Banja Luka
    Prof. dr Aneta Prijić, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Niš

    Microwave and Submillimeter Technique

    Prof. dr Nebojša Doncov, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    New Materials

    Prof. dr. Vesna Paunović, University of Niš, Faculty of Electronics, Niš

    Robotics and Flexible Automation

    Prof. dr. Aleksandar Rodić, University of Belgrade, Institut Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade

    Corporate Members of ETRAN Society

    1. School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia
    2. Faculty of Electronics, University of Niš, Serbia
    3. Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
    4. Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Kragujevac, Čačak, Serbia
    1. Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    2. Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Podgorica, Montenegro
    3. Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia
    4. Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia
    5. State University, Novi Pazar, Serbia
    6. Singidunum University, Belgrade, Serbia
    7. Metropolitan University, Belgrade, Serbia
    8. Iritel a.d., Belgrade, Serbia
    9. Mihajlo Pupin Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
    10. Nikola Tesla Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
    11. Institute of Chemistry, technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade, Serbia
    12. IMTEL Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
    13. Innovation Center of School of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia
    14. Innovation Center of Advanced Technologies, Niš, Serbia
    15. RT-RK, Novi Sad, Serbia
    16. RATEL, Belgrade, Serbia
    17. ICT College of vocational studies, Belgrade , Serbia
    18. College of vocational studies of Electrical Engineering and Computers, Belgrade, Serbia
    19. Technical College of Vocational Studies, Niš, Serbia
    20. Business College of Vocational Studies, Blace