Harun Siljak is a research fellow at CONNECT in Trinity College Dublin.
He received his bachelor and master degrees in Automatic Control and Electronics from the University of Sarajevo in 2010 and 2012, respectively and his PhD degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the International Burch University, Sarajevo, in 2015.
His research interests include complex systems science, reversible computation, quantum communications, and various areas of control theory.
He joined CONNECT as an EDGE MSCA Research Fellow with his research project COCODIMM (Complexity and Control of Distributed Massive MIMO) where he merged complex systems science and reversible computation in a new toolbox for wireless communications, mainly for control and optimisation of large antenna arrays. The tools developed during the project found their application in quantum computation and communications, as well as molecular and neuronal communications.
He is currently an occasional lecturer with the Maynooth University Department of Electronic Engineering. He serves as an associate editor for the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, and science communication officer for the Western Balkans Chapter of Marie Curie Alumni Association and MAT-DYN-NET COST Action.
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