Students: Veljko Boljanovic

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I am PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). My main research interests are in millimeter-wave MIMO communications:

  • Channel estimation and tracking
  • Beam management
  • Initial access
  • User association and resource allocation
  • Handover in mobile networks.



  • ECE Department Fellowship at UCLA
  • Several times honored by the University of Novi Sad for academic success
  • Scholarships by the Government of Republic of Serbia during the bachelor's and master's studies



Conferences and Workshops


  • Veljko Boljanovic, "Design of Millimeter-Wave Single-Shot Beam Training for True-Time-Delay Array", UCLA Annual Research Review, July 2020
  • Veljko Boljanovic, "Tracking Sparse mmWave Channel: Performance Analysis under Intra-Cluster Angular Spread", UCLA Annual Research Review, Apr. 2018

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant at the University of California, Los Angeles

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Signals and Systems (Winter 2019)

Graduate Courses:

  • Wireless Communications System Design, Modeling, and Implementation (Spring 2019, Spring 2020)

Teaching Assistant at the University of Novi Sad

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Principles of Digital Modulations (Summer Semester, 2017)
  • Digital Modulations (Summer Semester, 2017)
  • Exploitation of Telecommunication Networks (Summer Semester, 2017)

Graduate Courses:

  • Mobile Communications (Winter Semester, 2016)

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