About the Author
Milos Kojic, Senior Research Scientist, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston, MA
Milos Kojic is professor of mechanical engineering, University of Kragujevac, Serbia; and Senior Research Scientist, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston. He is one of the leading scientists in computational mechanics. He has published, as the author or mainly the first author, around 60 journal papers, among which are papers in leading international journals, as International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Comp. Mech., International Journal of Vehicle Design, Appl. Mech., Computers and Struct, Biophysical Journal, Phys. Rev., etc. His research spans from the finite element method in general, methods of inelastic analysis of solids and structures, field and coupled problems, to biomechanics, and recently molecular dynamics and discrete particle methods.
Nenad Filipovic, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Serbia and Montenegro
Nenad Filipovic is associate professor of mechanical engineering, University of Kragujevac,? Serbia; and research associate at Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston. He is young scientist and author and co-author of a number of papers in international journals.
Boban Stojanovic, University of Kragujevac, Serbia and Montenegro
Boban Stojanovic is a Ph.D. candidate in Bioengineering at Multidisciplinary Graduate Studies of University of Kragujevac. He received his B.S. at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Kragujevac, as first in his generation and most talented students. During his studies he participated significantly in development of the finite element program PAK.
Akira Tsuda, Boston, MA
Akira Tsuda is Principal Research Scientist, in the Physiology Program, Harvard School of Public Health. He is an expert in biofluid mechanics, specifically in the field of respiratory flow and aerosol physiology. He has published extensively in this field and in the related field. He has been the principal investigator of several research projects, including international bioengineering projects/p>
Nikola Kojic, Cambridge, MA, USA
Nikola Kojic is a Ph.D. candidate in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. He received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 2003 from MIT, working on synthetic and natural spider silk. Specifically, his focus was on the application of computational models to synthetic and natural spider silk fiber spinning.