This book gives a thorough explanation of standardization, its processes, its life cycle, and its related organization on a national, regional and global level. The book provides readers with an insight in the interaction cycle between standardization organizations, government, industry, and consumers. The readers can gain a clear insight to standardization and innovation process, standards, and innovations life-cycle and the related organizations with all presented material in the field of information and communications technologies. The book introduces the reader to understand perpetual play of standards and innovation cycle, as the basis for the modern world.
Dr. Dina imuni? is IEEE senior member. She received B.Sc. and M.Sc.. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), Zagreb, Croatia, in 1985, and 1992, respectively. She received Dr.sc. at Graz University of Technology, Austria, in 1995. Since 1991. she is with Department for Wireless Communications at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering. She was a guest professor in research laboratories Wandel & Goltermann in Germany and Motorola Inc., USA in 1996. In 2007. she was promoted to Full Professor. In Croatia she served as a vice-president of Telecommunications Council. In European Commission she acted as a vice-chair of COST for precompetitive research of the whole information and communication technologies sector. Dr. Simunic is a president of Technical committee for telecommunications at Croatian Standards Institute. She is a leader of the group Strategy towards the development of materials for education about standardization, as well as identification of common requirements in ITU. She participated in five and led three scientific project of Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports. She was leader of the WP6 of EU FP7 project: eWALL. She was a collaborator of the research project, financed through structural funds of EU, Ministry of Science, Education and Sports: ICTGEN (Information and Communication Technology for Generic and Energy-efficient Solutions with Application in e-/m- Health). She published more than 100 papers in journals and conference proceedings in the field of secure routing protocols against denial-of-service attack in mobile ad hoc networks, cognitive radio systems, radiofrequency simulations and biomedical effects of electromagnetic fields. she is actively involved in standardization in the last 15 years. As an active contributor of CEN/CENELEC group Education about Standardization, she is a co-author of the textbook: J. Hagelund, J. Jerlang, A. Karppinen, D. Simunic, N. Hamspon-Jones.A World Built on Standards - A Textbook for Higher Education, Nordhavn : Danish Standards Foundation, 2015. She is teaching 'Technical standardization and legislation' on University of Zagreb for more than 11 years, as a part of undergraduate education of electrical engineering. Prof. imuni? participated in numerous international program committees of scientific conferences and she serves as a member of editorial board of international scientific journal JOSE. She also acts occasionally as a reviewer of Wireless Personal Communications and many other international scientific journals. She served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Green Engineering. She is leader of scientific Green Engineering Laboratory, GEL. From 2017, she is elected to be Chair of the Board of Croatian Standardization Institute. Since 2018, she is co-teaching subject Urban Energy Systems at University of Rijeka, Croatia. Dr. Ivica Pavic is Professor at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Dept. for Power Engineering. He is fully responsible for the group 'Electrical Energy Transfer'. He was involved at University of Rijeka for 'Electrical Energy Transfer' from 2002 to 2005. Prof. Pavic published over 100 scientific and expert papers in international journals. He is an IEEE and HRO CIGRE member. He is teaching 'Technical standardization and legislation' on University of Zagreb for more than 11 years, as a part of undergraduate education of electrical engineering. He has a vast expertise with industry projects, like Croatian Electrical Energy Distributor Croatian Railways and INA-(Croatian Oil Industry).