The Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana & CSH External Faculty
Bosiljka Tadic is a physicist at the Department of Theoretical Physics of The Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana. Using theoretical and numerical methods, she researches physics of complex systems and networks. Currently, the direction of her research is towards applications of graph theory and methods of statistical physics of cooperative phenomena into new interdisciplinary areas ranging from the emergence of functionality of nano-structured materials in nanoscience, to collective emotional behaviors in social dynamics on the Internet, and the functional brain networks. She graduated in physics (1974) and obtained Ms (1977) and PhD (1980) in theoretical physics from University of Belgrade at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and has published over 120 works.
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B. Tadic, R. Melnik
Modeling latent infection transmissions through biosocial stochastic dynamics
PloS One 15 (10) (2020) e0241163
M. Andjelkovic, B. Tadic, R. Melnik
The topology of higher-order complexes associated with brain hubs in human connectomes
Scientific Reports 10 (2020) 17320
B. Tadic, et al.
Large-scale influence of defect bonds in geometrically constrained self-assembly
Physical Review E 102 (2020) 032307
B. Tadic, M. Andjelkovic, R. Melnik
Functional Geometry of Human Connectome and Robustness of Gender Differences
Sci Rep 9 (2019) 12060
M. M. Dankulov, B. Tadic, R. Melnik
Spectral properties of hyperbolic nanonetworks with tunable aggregation of simplexes
Phys Rev E. 100 (2019) 012309
B. Tadic, et al.
The critical Barkhausen avalanches in thin random-field ferromagnets with an open boundary
Scientific Reports 9 6340 (2019)