I am Professor and Vice Head at the department for Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) at Stockholm University. Here you will find information about my research and teaching as well as some blog postings.
Jelena received her BSc and MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering Sciences from the University of Belgrade in 1992 and 1996, respectively. At that time she worked for the IT consulting company Informatika as a designer and team leader for systems development. In 2004, she received an MBA in E-commerce. Jelena received her PhD in Computer and System Sciences from the Royal University of Technology (KTH) in 2006 under the supervision of Prof. Paul Johannesson, and in the same year, she became an assistant professor at KTH, and later moved to Stockholm University. She currently works in the area of analysis of information systems.
Jelena teaches several courses at the bachelors and master levels, including System Integration using Service- and Process-based Systems, and Requirements Engineering. She has been the director of the study programme Affärssystem and tjänstedesign
In the Information System analysis discipline, Jelena has published work on Requirements Engineering, capability and consumer oriented. She has participated in several national and international projects on the interoperability of information systems, service engineering. Her latest interest include Data-driven Requirements Engineering, as well as development and analysis of Digital Business Ecosystems.
Jelena has been supervising the following PhD students: Sachiko Lim, Eric-Oluf Svee and Constantinos Giannoulis as the main supervisor; Chen Tsi Hsai, Tharaka Ilayperuma, Ananda Edirisuriya, Khurram Shahzad and Iyad Zikra, as the co-supervisor.
Jelana’s hobbies include writing, learning, tennis and skiing.