Prof. Veljko M. Milutinovic



Life Fellow of the IEEE.
Life Member of the ACM SIGARCH.
Member of The Academy of Europe, London, United Kingdom.
A Founding Member of The Serbian National Academy of Engineering.
Foreign Member of The Montenegro National Academy of Sciences and Arts.
Invited Industrial Lectures: NASA, JPL, LLNL, BNL, IBM, HP, Intel, Sun, Fairchild, Honeywell, etc.
Industrial Consulting: ATT, AeroSpace, ElectroSpace, RCA, NCR, Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Encore, etc.
Invited University Lectures: Stanford, Berkeley, Princeton, Temple, Harvard, MIT, USC, UCLA, ETH, EPFL, etc.
University Teaching: Purdue University, University of Indiana in Bloomington, FIU, UNIWIE, TUWIEN, FRI, etc.
His book "Surviving the Design of a 200MH RISC Microprocessor" was a Best Seller of IEEE CS PRESS in 1990's.
He got a Best Paper Award at IEEE/ACM HICSS-1986 for a Systolic Array with 4096 200MHz GaAs Microprocessors.
He is a Co-Laureate of the 2012-2014 Single IET Premium Award for Computers and Digital Techniques (DataFlowFPGA).
His 2019 Opening Keynote at the Annual EMiT Conference of IET Sets R+D Directions for DataFlow in the postFPGA Era.


In 2014 somewhere in Balkans





  

  
In 1974 on the top of Tatra mountains

HOW TO GENERATE A GOOD PHD THESIS, FAST?

About Semantic Breaks and n/N in PowerPoint Presentations Semantic/Breaks n/N


Intel + Google say logic is faster than GPUs :)

Tianhe + Alibaba say logic is faster than GPUs :)


HOT RESEARCH TOPICS IN COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

HOT RESEARCH TOPICS IN MACHINE LEARNING



In brief:


CVs


PROFESSION

Professional Presentations

Research Papers (Over 100 SCI papers; of this number, 49 IEEE, 3 ACM)

Research Response

Professional Activities

Professional Books

Involvement in Missionary Projects

Involvement in EU Projects

Involvement in Advisory Boads

Preconference and InHouse Tutorials


PHOTOS

Photos (Family)

2013
2014
2015
2016
2019

Photos (Montenegro)

For hundreds of years, since they moved from Serbia to Montenegro in 1389
   (after the Kosovo battle),
my father-side ancestors were cattle breeders (ranceros),
until, in late 19th century, when they discovered that going to America is fun.
Then, in mid 20th century, they discovered that doing PhD and science is inspirational
(my father and all his brothers had PhD or equivalent).

The following cycle was rotating for centuries:
In winters, they lived in Piperi, at the elevation of about 100 meters above sea.
In springs, when snows melt, they would move to the mountain Kamenik at about 1000 meters.
In summers, they would move to the mount Lukavica at about 2000 meters,
   where the grass is the best, but snows last till June and return back in September.
In falls, they would go to the Bay of Kotor, where Tivat is, to load Venecian ships with their products.

MapMONTENEGRO.ppt PhotosSTIJENA.ppt PhotosZETA.ppt PhotosKAMENIK.ppt PhotosLUKAVICA.ppt PhotosPONTA.ppt

Photos

Photos (Cooperation)


FAMILY

Family Tree

RECREATION

Sports


SERVICES TO THE UNIVERSITY

Special Conferences

Shanghai

Webometrics

The Four Types of Scientific Papers (More on How to Write Papers)

About Languages

Internships

Media

Research and Teaching (some useful links)


Projects Till 2020