David Jelenc obtained his BSc and his PhD at University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Computer and Information Science). He is with the Laboratory for e-media where he works as a researcher and teaching assistant.
His research interests include computational trust and reputation models, agent-based simulations, computer networks and information security.
Awarded for an outstanding research among PhD students at FCIS (December 2013).
- Pervasive computing, Research Programme, P2-0359, 2009−2017
- Trust Management and Reputation Systems, Bilateral Collaboration Project, BI-AR/15-17-004, 2015−2016
- SALUS - Security And InteroperabiLity in Next Generation PPDR CommUnication InfrastructureS, European Project (Framework Programmes), 2013−2016
- COST Agreement Technologies (Action IC0801), International Project, 2008−2012
- Managing technical, busines and social implications of Internet of things in Slovene environment, Target Research programmes, V2-1022, 2010−2011
- David Jelenc, Ramón Hermoso, Jordi Sabater-Mir, and Denis Trček. "Decision making matters: A better way to evaluate trust models." Knowledge-Based Systems 52 (2013): 147-164.
- David Jelenc and Denis Trček. "Qualitative trust model with a configurable method to aggregate ordinal data." Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 28, no. 5 (2014): 805-835.
- David Jelenc, Ramón Hermoso, Sascha Ossowski, and Denis Trček. "Alpha test-bed: A new approach for evaluating trust models." In Proceedings of ITMAS 2012, The Third International Workshop on Infrastructures and Tools for MAS, pp. 51-64. 2012.