Nikola Gvozdenovic was born in Serbia, in 1986. From 2005 until 2010 he studied at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, where he received his M.Sc. degree on the topic “Localization of users in multiuser MB OFDM UWB systems based on TDOA principle”.
From 2010 until 2015 he was doing his PhD and working as a research assistant at the Institute of Telecommunications, Vienna University of Technology. He received his Dr. techn. degree in 2015 for his PhD thesis: “Enhancing efficiency and throughput of nearfield coupled RFID systems”.
Currently he is a postdoctoral researcher at the same Institute.
He worked on “Smart Data Grain” and “Contactless Sensing” projects in cooperation with Infineon Technologies AG /D on development of ultra high data rate transmission for miniaturized, millimeter-sized RF tags with on-chip antennas. Currently he is working in CD Lab for Sustainable Mobility on “Nearfield Power Efficiency” project in cooperation with NXP Semiconductors, where the focus of his research is efficient power and data transfer for contactless identification. He developed a simulator for accurate design of HF RFID tags called SPIRALEQ v1.0.
In 2012 he went to a short visit to prof Beach in University of Bristol where he worked on near-field UWB MIMO.
In 2015 he visited prof Antonini in University L’Aquila where he worked on computational electromagnetics.