Ph.D. Saša Mladenović is associate professor at the Faculty of Science, University of Split (Croatia). He teaches number of doctoral, graduate and undergraduate courses at the Department of Informatics. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split (FESB). From 1999 to 2006 he was acting as Technical manager of the Toll collection system department of Ecsat, Croatia – the company responsible for software development at the Transportation department of CS group Designer, integrator and operator of mission critical systems, France. His research interests include: problems in teaching programming, interoperability, intelligent technologies like ontology and multi-agent systems, especially engineering applications of intelligent technologies. He is IEEE member since 1996.
Ph.D. Goran Zaharija is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Informatics at the Faculty of Science, University of Split. He received his Ph.D. in computer science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split (FESB). He teaches several undergraduate courses in programming and computer architecture. He is currently working on his research in the field of Artificial Intelligence. His other scientific interests include machine learning, artificial neural networks and multi-agent systems.
Divna Krpan is lecturer at the Department of Informatics at the Faculty of Science, University of Split. She holds a degree in Mathematics and Informatics. The title of her graduate thesis was “Knowledge evaluation in e-learning systems”. She teaches undergraduate courses of introductory programming, object oriented programming, data structures and algorithms, and visual programming. Her main interests include research on improving teaching and learning of computer programming for novice programmers at the introductory undergraduate programming courses. She is currently working on her Ph. D. thesis related to research in education of teaching object oriented programming to undergraduate students.
Antonela Prnjak is a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Informatics at the Faculty of Science, University of Split. She graduated in Informatics at the Faculty of Science. She currently teaches several undergraduate and graduate courses in computer programming. She is currently working on research related to artificial intelligence, more specifically to biologically inspired neuron models. Interests include databases, artificial neural networks, and machine learning.