Dr. Predrag Milojkovic joined DARPA as a program manager in November 2014. His current interests include advanced imaging concepts and devices, computational imaging, novel optical materials, imaging through scattering media and non-line-of-sight imaging.
In 1995 Dr. Milojkovic joined the Photonics Group at George Mason University, where his research was focused on optical interconnect architectures and devices, multi-scale optics, and mapping of multi-processor computer architectures into optical domains. In 1998 he joined Applied Photonics, a startup company, where he worked on a number of DARPA-funded programs developing advanced free-space optical switching architectures for multi-processor computing. Dr. Milojkovic joined Northrop Grumman Mission Systems in 2003, where he served as a Principal Engineer and Principal Investigator on a number of external programs for DoD and internal research, including development of adaptive, agile computational imaging systems for micro-UAV platforms, novel concepts for counter-improvised-explosive-device/counter-mine payloads for small UAVs, new approaches for solar energy harvesting, applications of quantum dot taggants, optical design and radiometric modeling of electro-optic infrared imagers. In 2010 Dr. Milojkovic joined the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, where his research focused on computational imaging theory and applications, compressive sensing, digital holography, developments of optical super-resolution with active illumination, new gradient index optics materials and devices and fundamental scaling analysis of optical systems.
Dr. Milojkovic holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from George Mason University and a Diploma Engineer degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He has published some 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, and holds one patent.
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