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Ana Petrić - Biography

Ana Petrić was born on February 18th 1982 in Požega, Croatia. After finishing Grammar school in Požega she continues her education at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, where she graduated on March, 8th 2005 from the Telecommunication Department. Her diploma thesis was "Applying software agents in e-commerce". She has been working at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing as an associate assistant since March 2005 on the project "Agent-Based Remote Software Management". From March 2006 she is a research assistant on a project of Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports called “Mobility of users and services in new generation networks”. She is a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. She received two "Josip Lončar" awards for results achieved in academic years 2002./2003. and 2003./2004. and the second price on the Ericsson Nikola Tesla company contest for the paper "Agent Competition in Supply Chain Management" in the year 2004. She is a winner of the “Best Junior Student Paper Award” on the 8th International Conference on Telecommunication ConTEL 2005. She attended the summer workshop “Exploring ICT frontiers: Agents, Quality of Service and Distributed Computing” organized by Ericsson Nikola Tesla and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing in the year 2004.