Vladimir Brusic 教授


经济系 / 人文与社会科学学院
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University of Nottingham Ningbo China


199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100, China


+86 574 8818 0000 Ext 8809


BEng(Mech), MEng(Biomed), GDip(CompSci), MAppSci(InfoTech), PhD(CompSci), MBA


Dr. Brusic joined University of Nottingham in 2018 as a Li Dak Sum Chair Professor in Computer Science. He studied at University of Belgrade, Serbia, La Trobe University (Australia), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), and Rutgers University (USA).

His research expertise is interdisciplinary: bioinformatics, health informatics, mathematical modelling, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. He is interested in complex systems analysis and development of knowledge-based systems. He developed new software solutions used for scientific discovery and optimization problems in medical diagnosis and monitoring of human health. He developed a novel diagnostic product for tissue typing (patent US 8969254 B2) and used knowledge-based systems to discover targets for vaccine optimization (patent US 9205144 B2).

Professor Brusic Holds adjunct or visiting professorial positions at Griffith University, Australia, Kumamoto University (Japan) and Boston University (USA).

Professor Brusic is a section editor of journal PLoS ONE, an associate editor Frontiers in Immunology, and a member of the editorial board of Briefings in Bioinformatics. He has published more than 200 scientific and technology articles that have attracted more than 12,000 citations as of 2018. He has contributed to numerous international conferences and regularly serves as member of Program Committees. He has served on the funding review panels in USA, Europe, and several other countries. He has attracted more than 5 million dollars in competitive research funding in the USA, Europe and Singapore. He was involved in several large-scale projects and was overseeing research teams that comprised more than 30 members. Professor Brusic had previously held senior research or academic positions internationally, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (USA), University of Queensland (Australia), Institute for Infocomm Research (Singapore) and Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (Australia).