Liljana Gavrilovska
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Liljana Gavrilovska currently holds the position of full professor at the Institute of Telecommunications, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies – Skopje, working in the area of telecommunication networks and wireless and mobile communications. She has received her B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, University of Belgrade and Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, respectively. During 1982 she was involved in research with University of Erlangen, Germany (Carl-Duisburg grant); 1992/1993 as a recipient of bilateral Yugoslavian-Canadian government grant, she was involved with University of Toronto, Canada. She joined the Center for PersonKommunikation (CPK), Aalborg University, Denmark, in January 2000, where she was holding the position of invited professor and later as Associate Research Professor (2001-2002). From 2003-2005 she was involved with CTiF (Center for TeleInFrastructure) with the same position on a partly basis and participated in several EU and national /international projects (EU IST PACWOMAN, MAGNET, joint Siemens/ AAU project, FACE, etc.).

In the period 2007-2008, Prof. Gavrilovska was Deputy Coordinator and Technical Project Manager for the FP6 MAGNET Beyond project. She also participates in FP7 ARAGORN, FP7 ProSense projects and NATO funded SfP RIWCoS project. Dr. Gavrilovska is author / co-author of more than 100 research journal and conference publications and technical papers. She worked on the books Towards a Global 3G System: Advanced Mobile Communications in Europe, Vol. I and II (ed. R. Prasad, Artech House, 2001, Boston) within her engagement in the ACTS project ASAP (FP4). Dr. Gavrilovska is a co-author of the book Ad Hoc Networking towards Seamless Communications (L. Gavrilovska, R. Prasad, Springer, 2006).

Her major research interest at the moment is concentrated on cognitive networking, ad hoc networking, future mobile systems, reconfigurable interoperability of wireless communications systems, wireless and personal area networks, cross-layer optimizations, broadband wireless access technologies and traffic analysis. She is a senior member of IEEE and serves as a Chair of the Macedonian ComSoc Chapter.


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as author at  Prosense WSN and SME workshop: Wireless sensor networks (WSN) and small medium enterprises (SME),
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