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Miloš Viktorović is a Doctoral Candidate at ISBN research group within department of Build Environment, at Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e). His areas of interest are Semantic Web, Linked Data and Smart Cities. Topic of Miloš's current research is "Urban traffic data engineering using Semantic Web technologies to support Autonomous Vehicles"


Hi there! I am Miloš!

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Academic background

Miloš Viktorović graduated from MSc program Energy for Smart Cities, organized by EIT InnoEnergy, in 2016. Previously, in 2014, Miloš had obtained his degree from Belgrade University, School of Electrical Engineering, with the official title BSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering, with total of 240ECTS. In addition to this, Miloš spent a year (2012-2013) as exchange student at Mälardalen University, in Västerås, Sweden.

After finishing his master studies, Miloš was employed by Accenture Spain, at Barcelona Center of Excellence. Before starting employment, Miloš conducted research for his thesis and worked as an intern in OpenDomo Services, and Accenture in Barcelona, with the topic “Load-Shifting inside Production Lines”.

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Research Output 2019 2020

  • 1 Abstract
  • 1 Conference article
Energy utilization
Aerodynamic drag
Travel time
Battery electric vehicles
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Semantic web technologies as enablers for truly connected mobility within smart cities

Viktorovic, M., Yang, D., de Vries, B. & Baken, N., 21 May 2019, In : Procedia Computer Science. 151, p. 31-36 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalConference articleAcademicpeer-review

Open Access
Semantic Web
Smart city
Railroad cars

Student theses

Improving the range of EVs through urban data: the impacts of environmental variables and route choice on the energy efficiency of electric vehicles

Author: Donkers, A., 27 Aug 2019

Supervisor: Yang, D. (Supervisor 1), Viktorovic, M. (Supervisor 2), de Vries, B. (Supervisor 2) & Quee, J. (External person) (External coach)

Student thesis: Master