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Milica Stojanovic is an Associate Professor at Northeastern University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, a Visiting Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Guest Investigator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI). She is affiliated with the MIT Sea Grant College Program, the AUV Laboratory, and the Center for Communications and Digital Signal Processing (CDSP).

Milica conducts research in digital communications, signal processing, and communication networks. She is interested in communication system design and performance analysis for time-varying channels, with related applications to mobile wireless environments in general, and in particular to underwater acoustic communication channels.

Milica is an active member of the IEEE and the Acoustical Society of America. She serves as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, and the Elsevier Journal of Physical Communication. She is also a member of the IEEE Ocean Engineering Society’s Administrative Committee.

MIT Sea Grant Publications

A Node Discovery Protocol for Ad Hoc Underwater Acoustic Networks
Ashish Patil, Milica Stojanovic
2012, MITSG 12-02
Journal, book, proceeding reprints

Space-Frequency Coded OFDM for Underwater Acoustic Communications
Eduard V. Zorita, Milica Stojanovic
2012, MITSG 12-35

Video Transmission Over an In-Air Acoustic Link
Rameez Ahmed, Laura Dubreuil Vall, Ranga Narayanaswami, Milica Stojanovic
2011, MITSG 11-22
Workshops, proceedings, symposia

Short paper: Towards Underwater Video Transmission
Laura Dubreuil Vall, Daniel Sura, Milica Stojanovic
2011, MITSG 11-27
Workshops, proceedings, symposia

Underwater Wireless Video Transmission for Supervisory Control and Inspection using Acoustic OFDM
Jordi Ribas, Daniel Sura, Milica Stojanovic
2011, MITSG 11-24
Technical reports

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