Nino Bašić has completed his bachelor's in 2011 at the Faculty of mathematics and physics, University of Ljubljana, and his PhD in 2016. His mentor was Prof. Tomaž Pisanski, PhD. His research areas are chemical graph theory, topological graph theory, and applications of graph theory in science. He is a member of the committee for the high school and university programming competition organised by ACM Slovenia. In his free time he likes playing basketball and barbecuing.
Barbara Boldin has completed her bachelor's in mathematics at Faculty of mathematics and physics, University of Ljubljana, and her PhD at the mathematical department of University Utrecht in Netherlands. For her PhD thesis Mathematical aspects of infectious disease dynamics she received the Reinhart Heinrich award for the best PhD thesis in the area of mathematics and theoretical biology, given by the European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology. For a few years she continued her research in the department of mathematics and statistics at the University of Helsinki and from 2010 she's been employed by UP FAMNIT.
Jan Grošelj has finishd his PhD in 2016 at the Faculty of mathematics and physics, University of Ljubljana. His interest lies in many areas of applicative mathematics. On the faculty in Ljubljana he is an assistant for courses on numerical mathematics. Research-wise, his focus lies on geometric shaping using computer science. He is also employed by Abelium as a developer and researcher on mathematical modelling optimisation projects, while collaborating in designing logistical processes of GoOpti system.
Marjan Jerman completed his PhD in ordered mathematical structures in 2003. He is a field editor for matehmatics of Presek and a member of editorial board of the journal Mathematics in high school.
Rado Pezdir completed his master's of economical science at University of Ljubljana. His research interests cover philosophy of economy, economy of health and transition, and mathematical economy. He was part of many fundamental research projects and consulting projects for the industry. He published not only research articles but also a book on the transition in Slovenia.
Rok Požar has completed his bachelor's at Faculty of mathematics in physics, University of Ljubljana in 2009 and his PhD in 2013. His research area are algebraic graph theory and computational group theory. He is employed on FAMNIT and in his free time he play footbal and designs furniture.