Goran Vasiljević was born on March 10th, 1986 in Kutina, Croatia. He graduated from high school Tin Ujević in Kutina in year 2004 and enrolled the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) at the University of Zagreb.
In 2009, he successfully defended his diploma thesis with title Automatic obstacle avoidance using active virtual 3D models. In 2009, he becomes a research associate at the Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems (LARICS) at FER’s Department of Control and Computer Engineering, where he successfully works on Croatian and international scientific and research projects, as well as on the industrial collaboration projects.
In 2009, he enrols a postgraduate program at FER and in 2016 he defends the topic of his doctoral dissertation with the title Highly Accurate Markerless Localization Of Mobile Robots In Indoor Industrial Environments.
His scientific interests include mobile robot localization and control, special robotics systems control and safety driver assistance algorithms in electric cars.
He has authored and co-authored two papers in the Current Contents journals of Q1 category, two book chapters and eight conference papers.
During his employment at FER, he was a teaching assistant for the courses Programming and Software Engineering, and Laboratory and Skills – Matlab. He was assisting to a number of students working on their bachelor thesis, diploma thesis and seminar works.
From the year 2009 he is a member of IEEE, Industrial electronics society.