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Curriculum Vitae

 

Personal information

First name / Surname

Tomislav Pozaić

Address

Kneza Višeslava 10, 10000 Zagreb (Croatia)

Telephone

+385 14572481

Mobile

+385 98693340

E-mail

pozaictomislav@gmail.com

Date of birth

26 August 1989

Gender

Male

Nationality

Croatian

Occupational field

Biomedical engineering

Work experience

Date

July 2012 - October 2012

Occupation or position held

Research Intern

Project

Tracker Detection for Fluorolaser Navigation System (prof. dr. sc. Yoshikazu Nakajima)

Name and address of employer

Dept. of Bioengineering, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

 

Date

October 2011

Occupation or position held

Local IT coordinator

Main activities and responsibilities

Coordination, support and development of entire IT system of Local Committee Zagreb

Name and address of employer

Local Committee Zagreb, IAESTE Croatia

Date

September 2008 - January 2009, September 2009 - February 2010, February 2010 - July 2011

Occupation or position held

Lab assistant

Main activities and responsibilities

Demonstration, support, consultation and education in laboratory practice, courses: Digital Logic, Electrical Circuits, Computer Aided Design of Electronic Systems

Name and address of employer

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, Croatia

 

Education and training

 

Date

September 2011 - July 2013 (planned)

Title of qualification awarded

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Electronic and Computer Engineering

Graduation thesis

Assisted Exercise in Rehabilitation for Cardiovascular Patients (prof. dr. sc. Ratko Magjarević)

Name and type of organisation

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Unska 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Date

September 2012 - November 2012

Principal subject

Bioelectricity: A quantitative approach (Independent Coursework)

 

Name and type of organisation

Roger Cook Barr, Ph.D professor; Duke University

Date

September 2012 - November 2012

Principal subject

Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp (Independent Coursework)

 

Name and type of organisation

Brian Caffo, Ph.D, MS; John Hopkins University

Date

September 2008 - July 2011

Title of qualification awarded

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (average grade: 4.73/5.00)

Graduation thesis

Wireless network sensor node for monitoring of physical training and daily activity (prof. dr. sc. Ratko Magjarević)

Date

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Name and type of organisation

Date

Principal subjects

Name and type of organisation

Personal skills

Mother tongue(s)

Other language(s)

Self-assessment

European level (*)

English

German

Social and organisational skills and competences

Technical skills and competences

Computer skills and competences

Other skills and competences

Additional information

August 2011 - September 2011

- Practice in speaking and listening skills, reading and writing skills, structure, usage and vocabulary, communicative skills: General English plus English for Business

St Giles College, London, United Kingdom

2010

International workshop: Technical Support for Diabetic Patients

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

Croatian

 

Understanding

 

Speaking

   

Writing

 

Listening

 

Reading

Spoken interaction

Spoken production

 

C1

Proficient user

C2

Proficient user

C1

Proficient user

B2

Independent user

C1

Proficient user

B1

Independent user

B1

Independent user

A2

Basic User

A2

Basic User

B1

Independent user

- During my high school and college education I was working with various teams. I was also involved

with many projects, leading and initiating most activities. I am a member of several international technical organisations. I have excellent communication and organisation skills, which I have gained

during my English course in London at St Giles College where I have spent time with students from all over the world.

- Understanding of the need for a supportive and flexible team work, with shared goals, which is a

result of my experience in the medical sector, specifically dealing with GP's and Physiotherapists.

- Fundamental knowledge of electronic measurement systems and elements of electronic

instrumentation and electronic equipment design. Design and implementation of embedded systems.

- Theoretical and applied knowledge of digital image processing and analysis. In semester 2011/2012

I have been chosen to direct a project in digital image processing with applications in biomedicine.

- Programming and interfacing industrial embedded systems and real-time OS integration with ARM Cortex-M3 technology (LM3S-6965 and LPC1343).

- Knowledge about temperature, displacement, velocity, acceleration and gyroscope sensors and biosensors.

- Development of system with extremely small energy expenditure based on Energy Aware software and FreeRTOS using Stellaris EKS-LM3S6965

- Courses in Matlab, Altium Designer, Code Composer, LPCXpresso, C and LabVIEW at college

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. For my graduation project I have used Altium Designer and Matlab. My project 'Numerical weather prediction using ensemble Kalman filter' was made in Matlab.

- Developed a windows application in C# for measuring speed of tibia using node with accelerometer and gyroscope.

- Competent with most Microsoft Office programmes (Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, Project) and some experience in Python and Perl.

-Three years of experience gained through work on a project 'Wireless network sensor for monitoring daily activity in diabetic patients and elderly'.

Directing a Master Project 'HeartWays' (nine-member team), Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, September 2012 - January 2013 Letter of recommendation from professor Yoshikazu Nakajima, 2012.

Presentation of Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing with application for measuring speed of tibia at 16th Review of Universities in Zagreb, Croatia, 2011. 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd place in state competitions in Mathematics in High school.

Letter of recommendation from professor Branko Jeren for achieved exceptional results in the course Signals and Systems.

PUBLICATION

Article: 'Recognition and quantification of physical activity', 34th International conference MIPRO 2011, Opatija, Croatia Article: 'WBAN for Physical Activity Monitoring in Health Care and Wellness', World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Beijing, China

REWARDS University of Zagreb scholarship for talented students, 2012

Nokia Siemens Networks reward for the best student article, 34th International conference MIPRO 2011, Opatija, Croatia

State scholarship, 2008-2011

Two rewards "Imam zicu" for extraordinary success in state mathematical competitions from Croatian company 'Hrvatska elektroprivreda'

MEMBERSHIP

Active member of IAESTE, Local Committee Zagreb (IT and Incoming sector), Croatia, 2011

Member of Engineering and Biology Society, IEEE, 2010-2012

PERSONAL INTERESTS Rollerblading and kickboxing at least three times a week. Love to read poetry. Love to travel, visit new countries and experience different cultures.