Leon Bošnjak

Leon Bošnjak
Assistant , Information Systems Laboratory
E-mail:leon.bosnjak@um.si
Title:mag. inž. inf. in teh. kom.
Telephone:(02) 220 7187
Room:G2-1N.08 Laboratorij Pascal
Contact hours:link
LinkedIn profile:link

Main research topics

  • Textual and graphical passwords
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Genetic algorithms
  • Decision trees

Publications

Full report can be found on COBISS.

Professional competence

Assistant in the following courses:

  • Introduction to Computer Security (2nd year of Informatics and Technologies of Communication, professional higher education degree, 1st cycle Bologna studies)
  • Process and Quality Management (3rd year of Informatics and Technologies of Communication, academic degree, 1st cycle Bologna studies)
  • Databases II (3rd year of  Informatics and Technologies of Communication, academic degree & professional higher education degree, 1st cycle Bologna studies)
  • Business Intelligence and Data Quality (1st year of Informatics and Technologies of Communication, master degree, 2nd cycle Bologna studies)
  • Technical Communication in Informatics (2nd year of Informatics and Technologies of Communication, master degree, 2nd cycle Bologna studies)
  • Advanced Information Security (2nd year of Informatics and Technologies of Communication, master degree, 2nd cycle Bologna studies)

Study abroad

  • 2016, Erasmus+ study exchange within the doctoral study of Computer Science and Informatics, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland

CV

  • 2014-today, Assistant for research field of Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor, Slovenia
  • 2012-2014, Master's degree, Informatics and Technologies of Communication
    • Master Thesis: The Impact of Similarity on the Classification Performance of Evolutionary Decision Trees (2014)
  • 2009-2012, Bachelor's degree, Informatics and Technologies of Communication, 2010
    • Bachelor Thesis: Development of Semantic Application for Analysing Data from SICRIS and COBISS (2012)
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