Faculty of Technical Sciences
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro
Dragan Djurcic was born on September 13, 1967 in Kraljevo. He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade in 1992, and defended his master's degree at the same faculty in 1995. He defended his doctoral dissertation titled "Karamatina's theory and attitudes of Tauber-type" in 1999 at the Faculty of Science and Mathematics in Kragujevac. Author and co-author is about twenty scientific papers published in leading international and domestic scientific journals. He participated in all major meetings in the country devoted to Mathematical Analysis topics over the past ten years. He also explores the application of the theory phase. The author and co-author are three collections of tasks devoted to the uni-university teaching and three university textbooks. At the Technical Faculty in Cacak he was elected as Associate Professor of Mathematics in 2004, and as a full professor in 2009. In the realization of teaching activities he participated at the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Kragujevac, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Kraljevo, Faculty of Philosophy in Pale and Higher Technical School in Cacak. He was the director of the Technical School in Cacak and the Vice Dean for Finance of the Technical Faculty in Cacak. The secretary of the scientific journal "Mathematica Moravica" has been continuously a member of the projects at the Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia in the last ten years.
Elez Nebojsa, Djurcic Dragan , Sebekovic Aleksandar, Summation of Double Sequences and Selection Principles , Filomat 29: 4 (2015), pp. 781-785.
Elez Nebojsa, Djurcic Dragan , Representation and characterization of rapidly varying functions , Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, Vol. 44, No. 2 (2015), pp. 317-322.
Nada Damljanović, Dragan Djurčić , Mališa Žižović, Exponent of Convergence for Double Sequences and Selection Principles , Filomat 31, 2821-2825, 2017