Aleksandra Labus was born 1984 in Belgrade. She graduated from the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, Management study program, in 2009. She completed Master Studies, Department of Electronic and business management systems by defending master thesis titled “Game as a component of electronic education system for e-learning Moodle” in 2010. She defended her PhD dissertation titled “Game based learning in electronic education,” 2012. From the first year of PhD studies she was receiving a scholarship of Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia for young researchers – PhD candidates. From the 2008, she was engaged as a teaching associate, since 2012 she was employed at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in the position of teaching assistant for scientific discipline of electronic business. Since 2013, she has been assistant professor in the field of e-business.
Assistant professor Aleksandra Labus is engaged at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in the following courses:
- Internet marketing
- Internet of things
- Simulation and simulation languages
- E-business risk management
- Multimedia technology and Internet in culture
She is a member of the IEEE Computer Society. She is treasurer of IEEE Chapter Computer Science (CO-16).
Areas of scientific interest of Aleksandra Labus are:
- Internet marketing
- Social networks and social media
Aleksandra Labus has published seven papers in journals of international importance in SCI and SCIE list, six papers in journals of international and national significance that are not on the SCI list, fifteen papers in international and nine papers at national conferences.
She has three chapters published in international monographs.
Prof. PhD Aleksandra Labus participates in the project of the Faculty of Organizational Sciences:
- “The use of computer techniques in experimental solid state physics”, producer of the project: Faculty of Organizational Sciences, purchaser: Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, OI174031.