Marin Lujak


IMT Lille Douai, France

Short bio

 I am an Associate Professor at the URIA team, L'école nationale supérieure Mines-Télécom Lille Douai (IMT Lille Douai) in France.

My scientific work relates to distributed and decentralized coordination and optimization methodologies for large and complex systems considering principally multi-agent systems, combinatorial optimization, (meta-)heuristics, simulation, and experimental methods.

I apply my research to resolving societal challenges including smart, green and integrated transport, emergency management, and multi-robot coordination.


My research profiles: Scopus, Google Scholar, Researcher ID, ORCID ID, ResearchGate.


With experience in national and EU projects, I am also interested in collaboration with industry and other R&D centers in R&D and industrial projects related with these topics.

For collaboration, please, contact me via e-mail: marin dot lujak at imt-lille-douai dot fr . I will be glad to speak with you in any of the following languages with related proficiencies: English—C2 (Mastery), Spanish—C2 (Mastery), Italian—C2 (Mastery), French—B1 (Intermediate), and Croatian—Mother tongue.




· A Special Issue on “Scalable Distributed Decision-Making and Coordination in Large and Complex Systems: Methods, Techniques, and Models” in the Complexity Journal, Hindawi . Submission deadline: Friday, 26 April 2019. Papers are reviewed and published online as they come.

· Post-Proceedings of the AT 2018 conference in Springer LNAI Series, vol. 11327.  In Press

· Chairing the 6th International Conference on Agreement Technologies, AT2018, December 6-7, 2018, Bergen, Norway

· IMT Conference on Future Production Systems in Paris held on October 9th 2018 [link]

· Feature paper invited by a Guest Editor of a SI of Applied Sciences (MDPI) titled “Agreement Technologies for Coordination in Smart Cities”, co-authored with Prof. Holger Billhardt, Prof. Alberto Fernández, and Prof. Sascha Ossowski, published: 18 May 2018

· Article titled “Centrality Measures for Evacuation: Finding Agile Evacuation Routes”, co-authored with Prof. Stefano Giordani published in Future Generation Computer Systems, vol. 83, June 2018 [link]