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Dr Tijana Timotijevic

Lecturer in Electromagnetics and Bioelectromagnetics

Research Interests

My primary research interests are in bioelectromagnetics and electrokinetics, and the use of electromagnetics fields for steering neuronal growth. I am also active in motion capture research in the context of biomedical engineering and assistive technologies.

  • Electromagnetic stimulation and control of neuronal structures
  • Bioelectronics
  • ICT in healthcare, assistive technologies
  • Motion capture and analysis
  • Technology-assisted motor training and rehabilitation
Qualifications

BEng (Hons), PhD (1999, Telecommunications), MSc (2007, Biomedical Engineering)


Publications

Haratian, R., Twycross-Lewis, R., Timotijevic, T., Philips, C. 2013. “Towards flexibility in sensor placement for motion capture: a signal processing approach”, IEEE Sensors, 10.1109/JSEN.2013.2286994

Haratian, R., Phillips, C., and Timotijevic, T. 2012. A PCA-based technique for compensating the effect of sensor position changes in motion data. In IEEE Conf. on Intel. Systems, IEEE, 126-131

 Haratian, R., Phillips, C., and Timotijevic, T. 2012. A data-driven functional PCA filter for compensating the effect of sensor position changes in motion data. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Body Area Networks (BodyNets '12). ICST (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering), ICST, Brussels, Belgium, 5-8

Hasib, M., Schormans, J.A. and Timotijevic, T. 2007. Accuracy of measurements techniques supporting QoS in packet-based intranet and extranet VPNs. IET Communications, 1(3), 507-513

Timotijevic,T., Leung, C.M., and Schormans, J.A. 2004. Accuracy of measurements techniques supporting QoS in packet-based intranet and extranet VPNs. IEE Proceedings - Communications Special Edition: VPNs and Broadband Technologies, 151(1), 89-94

Timotijevic, T. and Schormans, J.A. 2003. Bandwidth overhead of probe technology guaranteeing QoS in packet networks. IEE Electronic Letters, 39(10), 816-818

Timotijevic, T. and Schormans, J.A. 2000. ATM Level Performance Analysis on a DS-CDMA Satellite Link using DTX. IEE Proceedings - Communications, 147(1), 47-56

Timotijevic, T. and Schormans, J.A. Bandwidth overhead of measurement technology used for guaranteeing QoS in packet networks. International Network Optimization Conference (INOC), October 27-29, 2003, Paris, France, 551

Schormans, J.A. and Timotijevic, T.  2003. Evaluating the accuracy of active measurement of delay and loss in packet networks. In: 6th IFIP/IEEE Conf. on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services (MMNS), Sept. 2003, Belfast. In: A. Marshall and N. Agoulmine (Ed.): MMNS 2003, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2839, 409–421. © IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2003. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg

Qualifications

PhD

Professional Highlights

Biography

Dr. Timotijevic is an electronic and biomedical engineer with a career spanning IT, telecommunications and most recently, biomedical engineering, in a variety of roles (researcher, engineer, manager) and sectors (corporate, public, non-for-profit).  In 1999 she obtained a PhD in Electronic Engineering from Queen Mary, University of London. Following her PhD Tijana took up a role of Systems Engineer with Bell Labs, an R&D arm of Lucent Technologies, which subsequently became R&D of Avaya Communications. She then moved to Vodafone UK and Vodafone Global, where she worked in technology development and technology strategy in a variety of roles from Principal Engineer to Senior Manager. In 2006 Dr. Timotijevic decided to return to academia to pursue a career in academic research and teaching. She completed an MSc in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Surrey (Distinction, 2007), where she worked as a visiting researcher for a year in the area of advanced technologies for motor rehabilitation. In 2008 she joined the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London, initially as a project manager of the EPSRC-funded multi-disciplinary research-facilitation project Bridging the Gaps (PI = Dr. John Schormans), and later as a research fellow and a grant writer, before becoming a lecturer.  

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