Željko Jeričević is a Professor in the Computer Engineering and in the Medical School in Rijeka, Croatia. His research interests include the application of scientific computing and algorithm development.
Dr. Jeričević received a B.S. in organic chemistry (1975) from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. He received an M.S. in molecular biology (1978), and a Ph.D. in chemistry (1984) from the Ruñer Bošković Institute and University of Zagreb, respectively. From 1985-1991 his positions were as a postdoctoral appointee, an instructor, and as an assistant professor.
Dr. Jeričević worked for Western Atlas/Baker Hughes as senior research scientist from 1991 to 2003. While employed at Western Atlas Logging Services in 1998, he received an Honorable Mention in the search for Best Paper in Geophysics, with Bill Dragoset for their paper Some remarks on surface multiple attenuation. From 2003 to 2006 Dr. Jeričević served as an assistant professor in the Baylor College of Medicine.
From 2007 to the present Dr. Jeričević has been an associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering Rijeka, Croatia.
Dr. Jeričević's research interests have spanned such diverse topics as digital imaging in microscopy, bioinformatics, exploration seismic data processing, and the application of scientific computing and algorithm development in medical applications.
Honorable Mention (Geophysics)
- Dragoset, W. H. and Z. Jericevic (1998) Some remarks on surface multiple attenuation, GEOPHYSICS 63(2):772