Milan Jocevski

Milan Jocevski




KTH - Stockholm


Polimi – Milan




Milan Jocevski is a Ph.D. student at the department of Industrial Economics and Management (INDEK) and a holder of an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate (EMJD) fellowship within the European Doctorate of Industrial Management (EDIM) program. As such, he is pursuing a double degree at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Polytechnic University of Milan (POLIMI).
Milan holds BSc from School of Electrical Engineering (ETF) within the University of Belgrade and has earned MSc in Research on Information and Communication Technologies (MERIT) both from Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). During his undergraduate and master studies he received scholarship from the Young Talents Fund lead by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Serbia and EACEA Erasmus Mundus scholarship.
Milan has been voluntarily working for Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA) since June 2013 in addition to his activity as an alumni member in Electrical Engineering Student’s European Association (EESTEC). Moreover he is a student member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Project Management Institute (PMI). He speaks Serbian and English fluently and has professional working proficiency in Spanish.


Efficient realization of an octave filter bank,
Telecommunications Forum (TELFOR), 2011 19th, Page(s): 1578-1581

Current research:

Mobile payments

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  • Emrah Karakaya - Edition I

    EDIM is a great opportunity to learn from diverse cultures, grow in double academic areas, contribute to each other and be recognized in a large network. It is a unique doctoral program with its multi-disciplinary research topics and quarterly workshops. I love EDIM!
  • Andres Ramirez Portilla – Edition I

    One of the great advantages of this program is the EDIM workshops, where you can develop and enhance your academic and professional networking. The EDIM workshops need to be considered as a best practice by other Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate programs
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    I am glad to be part of this program not only because of the opportunities EDIM has created for me but also for the wonderful people I have come across during this program. I hope that the future days will be as thrilling, inspiring and stimulating as it has been
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    EDIM for me is an industry of knowledge and where you find a career. When it comes to my future uncertainties, EDIM is a combination of both: present partners and future lifelong contacts
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    EDIM is a life changing experience: it has changed where I live, what I do, whom I know and what I want. It's also a great source of friends and potential future colleagues. I feel part of a large international community of interesting people with lots of common interests
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    EDIM is like a journey. But, not only a research journey! EDIM is a program by which you can explore different cultures, systems, environments as well as knowledge perspectives. I believe EDIM is one of the best programs for experiencing different managerial contexts
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    Being part of EDIM is more than just doing a PhD. It is about creating family within the academic circle. I am happy to be part of this diverse community with ample informal learning opportunities