Milos Stojakovic

 

The right way to spell it:
(latin)
Miloš Stojaković
(cyrillic)
Милош Стојаковић
(LaTeX)
Milo\v{s} Stojakovi\'{c}

 

Location.
I am a full professor at:

Department of Mathematics and Informatics
Faculty of Sciences
University of Novi Sad
Trg D. Obradovica 4
21000 Novi Sad
Serbia

e-mail: first name "dot" last name @dmi.uns.ac.rs
tel: +381-21-485-28-66
office: 46, second floor

Since 2018, I am also the head of Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science group.

Research interests.
Positional games, discrete and computational geometry, discrete random structures, combinatorial algorithms, graph theory.

Short CV.
2016 .. present Full Professor, University of Novi Sad,
2011 .. 2016 Associate Professor, University of Novi Sad,
2006 .. 2011 Assistant Professor, University of Novi Sad,
2005 Ph.D. in Computer Science, ETH Zurich (advisors: Emo Welzl and Tibor Szabó),
2001 M.Sc. (Magister degree) in Computer Science, University of Novi Sad (advisor: Joviša Zunić),
1999 B.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Novi Sad,
1999 B.Sc. in Computer Science, University of Novi Sad,
1976 Born in Novi Sad.

Awards.
"Dr Z. Đinđić Award", for the best young (under 35) scientist in Vojvodina in 2008 (accompanied by a grant of 1 million RSD). Awarded by Provincial Secretariat for Science of Vojvodina.
"Best Student of University of Novi Sad Award", for the best student in 1998/99, awarded by University of Novi Sad.

Editorial work.
Editor of the combinatorics section of the Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science journal.
Editor of the Novi Sad Journal of Mathematics.

List of coauthors (by # of joint publications, then alphabetically).
Dan Hefetz (11), Michael Krivelevich (9), Tibor Szabó (9), Mirjana Mikalački (4), Marko Savić (4), József Solymosi (4), Tobias Christ (3), Michael Hoffmann (3)Tobias Müller (3), Dömötör Pálvölgyi (3), Udo Adamy (2), Joachim Giesen (2)Gordana Manić (2), Martin Marciniszyn (2), Daniel Martin (2), Jiří Matoušek (2)Dieter Mitsche (2), Eva Schuberth (2), Omri Ben-Eliezer (1), János Barát (1), Andrew Beveridge (1), Chris Dowden (1), Andrzej Dudek (1), Alan Frieze (1), Mihyun Kang (1), Mladen Kovačević (1), Gal Kronenberg (1), Alon Naor (1), Rajko Nenadov (1), János Pach (1), Olaf Parczyk (1), Clara Shikhelman (1), Vladimir Stanković (1), Čedomir Stefanović (1), Angelika Steger (1), Vincent Tan (1), Nikola Trkulja (1), Dejan Vukobratović (1).

PhD students.
Mirjana Mikalački (obtained PhD in February 2014; Thesis title: Positional games on graphs)
Marko Savić (obtained PhD in October 2018; Thesis title: Efficient algorithms for discrete geometry problems)
Nikola Trkulja
Jelena Stratijev

ORCID. 
orcid.org/0000-0002-2545-8849


List of Publications
(journal publications, theses, conference proceedings)


Mini-Workshop: Positional Games, Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics (MFO), Oberwolfach, Germany, Sep 30 - Oct 6, 2018. Organized jointly with Dan Hefetz, Michael Krivelevich and Tibor Szabó.

2nd Novi Sad Workshop on Foundations of Computer Science NSFOCS 2017, 17-21 July, 2017.

1st Novi Sad Workshop on Foundations of Computer Science – NSFOCS 2015, 20-24 July, 2015.


Book: D. Hefetz, M. Krivelevich, M. Stojaković and T. Szabó, Positional Games, Oberwolfach Seminars, Vol. 44, Birkhäuser Basel (Springer), 2014.


Teaching

University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Science:

Combinatorial Algorithms - 2007/08 ... 2019/20,
Graph Theory - 2011/12 ... 2019/20,
Theoretical Computer Science - 2018/19, 2019/20,
Discrete Probability and Statistics - 2019/20,
Computational Geometry - 2017/18 ... 2019/20,
Introduction to Programming - 2006/07 ... 2017/18,
Introduction to Computer Science - 2006/07 ... 2013/14.

Other institutions:




 
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