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Vujanić Vladeta

(1944, Šabac)
Mr. Vujanić graduated at the Mining-Geologic Faculty of Belgrade University, at the Department for Geology, Course for Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology in 1968. Master degree in the field of "Slope stability in solid layered rock masses" he obtained at the same faculty in 1978.
He started his professional career in Sarajevo in the year 1970 at the Institute for Geologic Investigations. Since 1971 till nowadays he has been working at The Highway Institute Stock Co. from Belgrade on various professional and responsible jobs. During his, almost entire, professional career Mr. Vujanić has been involved in research and testing, design of geologic-geotechnical works meant for planning, design, construction and operation of structures in general, especially for the facilities of road transport infrastructure, in former Yugoslavia and abroad (Libya, Iraq, Algeria, former USSR). Ever since the year 1980 till nowadays he has been working on managerial jobs at The Highway Institute Stock Co., Belgrade, such as: sector chief, manager and finally director at the Department for geotechnics.
Mr. Vujanić, in his professional career, has been primarily involved with general principles and methodology of geologic-geotechnical investigations for the road engineering purposes.
He also took part in a series of scientific-research and developmental projects in the road industry of Republic's and Federal relevance. He has been either author or co-author of more than 280 scientific-professional papers, published in the country and abroad. He prepared or took part in the preparation of more than 25 studies and research projects, and published 7 monographs and wrote a book, as co-author, under the title "Slopes". Moreover, he was involved in the operation of numerous professional and research commissions.

For long-standing work and contribution to the profession and science, he was awarded with numerous recognitions, letters of gratitude.

Jelisavac Branko

(1955, Novi Kozarci)

In Belgrade, at the Faculty for Mining and Geology, the Geology department, Department of Geotechnical Engineering, graduated in 1980 on the theme of "Geotechnical conditions for the construction of the highway through the landslide Umka - Duboko". On Geotechnical Department he had attended postgraduate studies in the period of 1980 – 1983. As a scholar of "Highway Institute" Belgrade, he was admitted to permanent em­ployment in 1980. In the past thirty-five years working in the Department of Geo­technical Engineering, where he passed all functional improvement: associate, inde­pendent designer, chief engineer, chief of the geotechnical studies, design and rese­arch and head of the department of engineering geology and hydrogeology. Since 2015 he works as a consultant. From 1980 to 2015 he has worked in planning, designing, construction and main­tenance of various facilities, traffic and other infrastructure. He worked in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of a various traffic and others. He also parti­cipa­ted in the research and monitoring projects in Yugoslavia (Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro), Iraq (1983), Russia (1987) and in Republika Srpska. From 1992 to 2007 he was the author of several engineering and geotechnical studies for the generalprojects. From 2005 to 2011 he was a chief designer of geotechnical data for several roads. From 2005 to 2007 he was a member of the Republican Commission for technical inspection of works and commissioning of the excavation "Prvonek" in Vranjska Banja. From 2007 to 2008 he was a member of the Republican Commission for technical inspection of dislocation and regulation of the riverbed of Kolubara in the zone of the mine "Tamnava - east field". From 2013 to 2014 he was a member of „Republican revision commission for control of technical documentation objects significant for the Republic "for the feasibility study and conceptual project" South Stream gas pipeline." From 2014 to 2015 he was a member of Republican headquarters for emergency situations. He had made over 200 elaborates, designs, studies, reports, technical supervisions and expertises in the field of geology and geotechnics, for the purposes of road construction industry and other users. He is author or co-author of 130 scientific and technical papers, 76 papers pub­lished in national conferences and congresses and 54 abroad. He did or participated in the preparation of 12 geotechnical studies and two monographs.

Ljubojev Milenko

(1954, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegowina)
Mr. Ljubojev graduated from Faculty of Mining and Geology in Tuzla in 1978. In 1987 he obtained his M.Sc. degree - Master of technical sciences in mining at Geological Faculty Belgrade. He obtained his Ph.D. degree of technical sciences in mining at the same faculty in 1992.
He was employed in Open pit of brown Coal “Turija” Banovići from 1979 to 1980. In 1980 he started his university carrier at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Tuzla. At the end of 1992 Mr. Ljubojev started to work at Copper Institute Bor and in 1993 he obtained his first scientific rank – Research Associate, then Senior Research Associate in 1998, and the last Principal Research Fellow in 2003.
He possesses a long-year experience in the field of geomechanics in mining and construction and long-year experience in the mines of metallic and non-metallic minerals in the areas of Serbia and ex-Yugoslavia. He is a Manager and founder of Laboratory for Material Analyzing and President of Scientific Council of Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor. He used to be a member of Committee for Energetic and Mining in the Ministry of Science and Environment Protection of Republic Serbia.
Mr. Ljubojev is member of Scientific Committee of international magazine „Journal of mining and metallurgy“, a member of Scientific and Organization Committee of the „International October Conference on Mining and Metallurgy“, Editor-in-chief of national scientific-expert magazine „Copper“, Editor-in-chief and responsible editor of scientific-expert magazine „Mining Works”. He has participated in development of large number of projects, studies and project reports out of which a large number published works He published three monographs titled: Mining Geomechanics in 2003, Exploratory Drilling in 2004, and Basis of Geomechanics in 2006 and also a numerous papers in international and national journals and academic and expert symposiums and congress

Magdalinović Nedeljko

(1947, Bor)
Mr. Magdalinović graduated from Faculty of Mining and Metallurgy in Bor in 1970. In 1976 he completed the postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade defending the M.Sc. thesis. He obtained his Ph.D. degree at the Technical Faculty in Bor in 1979.
From 1970 to 2005 he was working at the Technical Faculty of Bor, as Professor. He was a Vice-dean and in four terms the Dean of the Technical Faculty of Bor. In the period 1998–2000 he was the Director of the Copper Institute in Bor. In 2005 he was elected Dean and full-time professor at the Faculty of Management in Zajecar where he is still employed.
He is the author of six university testbooks, two handbooks, three professional books, three monographs, and three textbooks. He has published 144 scientific and professional papers in domestic and international journals and collections of papers from domestic and international meetings. Mr.
Magdalinovic has participated in the realization of 76 research studies and projects on technology and capacities of preparing and concentrating mineral raw materials, and in twenty of these as a research manager or a leading and chief designer.
Since 2006 he has been a member of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. He is a regular member of the Balkan Academy of Sciences of Mineral Technologies.
He has been awarded the following prizes and acknowledgements: Labour Order with the Goldcn Wreath (1988) October Award of Bor (1993),Sistekova Award of the Mining – Smeltery Basin of Bor (1996).

Mitić Radomir

(1930, Soko Banja)
Mr. Mitić graduated from the Faculty for Mining in Belgrade. He gained his doctor’s degree in 1981, at the Faculty for Mining and Geology in Belgrade.
After graduation, in 1955, he was employed in the brown coal mine “Soko” in Citluk, near Soko Banja. At the beginning, he worked as the engineer for operation control, and afterwards as the head engineer, investment chief and investment manager. In 1959, he started working for the ore mines of Timok as the basin investment chief. From 1962 he was employed at “14. oktobar’ industry in Krusevac, in the Development department, where he made plans and programmes for the equipment production, both for the pit and surface exploitation, and especially for the raw minerals preparation. In 1964, after passing to the business organization “Rumag” in Belgrade, he worked on the placement of the products of the members of this organization, both in the country and abroad. He developed international cooperation on the domestic and foreign market, especially with the firms from Czechoslovakia, the UK, Poland and Democratic Republic of Germany. After that period, in 1976, Mr. Mitić was put at the position within the “Jugofund” company in Libya where he worked on making projects and building deep wells for water production. After returning home, he was employed in the UK firm “Cementation Ltd.” where, after specialization, he became the technical manager for the making of the deep pit in the “Trepča” organization. In 1975 he started working for the Business organization “Rudis”, Trbovlje, Slovenia, office in Belgrade. Very soon, he became the manager of the representative body “Rudis – Iran” in Teheran where he researched profiles of the water-gates in Kurdistan and planned building research pits and taking ore samples from the lead ore deposit “Gol-e-Gohar” near Kerman.
While staying in Serbia, he gave lectures at the Mining department of the Faculty for Mining and Geology in Belgrade. He worked as a docent, i.e. honorary teacher and taught the subject Organization of the mining site. He took part i. e. published more than 170 studies, projects, investment programmes, revisions and technical surveys.

Stjepanović Mladen

(1936, Maglaj, Bosnia and Herzegowina)
Mr. Stjepanović graduated from Mining-Geological Faculty in Belgrade in 1960. Postgraduated from Mining-Geological Faculty in Tuzla in 1972. He obtained PhD from Mining-Geological Faculty in Belgrade in 1987.
He spent about 45 years of successful work in mining on different and complex posts in mining practice in brown coal mines: Teslic, Zenica, Kakanj, Breza and Bila, as well as on different places and levels of education and scientific research work at faculties. He worked at Mining-Geological Faculty in Tuzla for 26 years (1965-1992) and was a dean from 1980-1982, Technical Faculty in Bor 9 years (1992-2001) and at Technical Faculty in Banja Luka, Mining Department in Prijedor 5 years (2001-2005). He was a chief of Mining Department, chief of Postgraduate studies and he organized international cooperation successfully. He was an editor – in – chief of scientific literature. Mr. Stjepanović gave a significant contribution in wide field of exploitation of mineral raw materials, construction of mining objects, mine projecting and especially in the domain of determining the optimal parameters of the underground production system, as well as research of new untraditional mining technologies.
He directed and worked on significant Republic strategic research projects defined in Academy of Science and Science Fund of Bosnia and Herzegowina. Mr. Stjepanović is author of great number of scientific works published in the country and abroad. He published several textbooks, books and monographs and participated in construction and revision of projects for the needs of coal and metal mines in Bosnia and Herzegowina and Serbia.
For his work and innovations in mining he was rewarded many a time from the mines, faculties and other institutions in the country and abroad.

Trajković Slobodan

(1949, Zvečan)
Mr. Trajković graduated from the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade in 1977, and at the same Faculty, won his master’s degree in 1984, and his doctor’s degree in 1993.
After graduating he worked in Trepca mine and in the Stari Trg mine as an executive at the horizon, and later as the manager of investment work at the opening of 10-11 horizons.
In 1978 he was elected an assistant lecturer for the subjects: Underground Mining Engineering of Large Scale Profiles, and Mining Exploratory Work at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade. He was promoted to the position of full professor in 2003. In postgraduate studies of the Faculty, he lectures on the scientific field of Theoretical Principles of Drilling and Blasting in Underground Mining Work, Special Blasting, Underground Mining Engineering by Blasting, and Protection Measures in Underground Mining Engineering.
Besides his teaching duties he has been engaged in other activities at the Faculty, such as being the head of the Collection of Models and Equipment from Mining Work and Underground Mining Engineering, the manager of the School Mine at Avala (1983-1990), a vice-dean at the Faculty (2000-2002), the technical secretary of the Underground Mining Engineering magazine (1994-1999), the editor of the Underground Mining Engineering magazine (1999), the head of the Mining Work and Underground Mining Engineering department (2002-2004; 2009).

Damnjanović Dobrica

(1955, Smederevo)

He graduated at Mining and Geological Faculty of University of Belgrade (major: geotechnical engineering) in 1980 and holds diploma engineer degree. He also was attending the postgraduate studies at the same faculty in the period 1984-87. In January 1982. Mr. Dammjanovic started working for “Geozavod” - the Hydro-Geological and Geotechnical Institute with permanent contract. His immediate su­pervisors and coworkers were: R. Basovic, Aleksandar Ciric, Dusan Jovanovic, Milica Jevremovic, Mirko Lazic, M.Sc and Vladislav Petrovic. During the period of 33 years in this Institution for geotechical engineering (former “Geozavod”), Mr. Da­mnjanovic advanced steadily in his career, from the position of junior engineer (in 1982), to junior researcher-associate engineer (1982-84), to researcher-designer en­gineer (1984-90), to senior researcher-designer engineer (1990-94), to chief rese­archer-designer engineer (1994-98). During these 33 years, Mr. Damnjanovic wor­ked mainly as researcher and examiner, and as a designer of various geological and geotechnical projects used for planning, designing, and exploitation of all kinds of buildings and infrastructure. He worked especially on preparation and production of geological engineering maps of former Yugoslavia. He also worked on scientific and research works in the area of geology and geotechnics. Since 1998. till now, Mr. Damnjanovic was at different managerial positions in the “Geozavod”, as follows: Manager of Geological Engineering Department (1998-2000), Director of Geological Engineering Department (2000-2006), Head of Hydro-geological and Geological Engineering Department (2006-2012), and Head of Geo­logical Engineering Department (2012-now). Mr. Damnjanovic made more than 250 elaborates, geotechical documents, pro­jects, studies, reports, expertise documents, and similar documents in the area of geology and geotechnics for different customers. . Beside that, Mr. Damnjanovic worked also on production of geological-engineering and geotechnical documents for different urban plans (general, detailed urban projects, urban projects, and regulatory plans) for villages, regional water pipelines, etc. He participated in geotechnical research for a great number of main projects for construction of all kind of infrastructure. Mr. Damnjanovic is an author or co-author of many scientific and expert articles published in Republic of Serbia and abroad. He also participated in many expert and research commission bodies.

Milić Vitomir  

(1964, Knjaževac)

He was admitted in Technical Faculty in Bor, Department of Mining, Sector of Mining of Mineral Source Deposits, in 1983.He graduated in Mining Engineering on March 30 1990. He received his MSc on June 25 1993. His PhD Thesis was entitled: “Research of main parameters of new semi-level caving for application in deeper sectors of Bor ore deposit”. He received his PhD in Technical Sciences at University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty in Bor on April 2 1997. After graduation, he was employed at Technical Faculty in Bor, as an Assistant Trainee in the course “Technology of underground mining”. He received a title of Assistant Professor on November 15 1997 for courses: Basics of mining of mineral source deposits and Technologies of underground mining. A title of Associate Professor he received on November 25 2011, for a group of mining courses: „Basics of mining of mineral source deposits, Basics of mining, Tunneling, Technologies of underground mining and Mine design, and from 1995, Mine ventilation. He received a title of Professor on Nove­mber 14 2007, for a group of mining courses. Currently teaches at Mining Depar­tment of Technical Faculty in Bor, in following courses: Technologies of under­gro­und mining, Mine design, Underground mining methods, Tunneling, Non-traditional methods of underground mining and Mine ventilation. Main positions: From October 1 2002 to October 1 2006 – Vice-Dean of Finance and Scientific Researches; From October 1 2006 to October 1 2009 – Vice-Dean of Finance; From October 1 2009 – Chief of Section of Underground Mining; From Oc­tober 1 2010 – Chief of Mining Department. During his academic career, beside teaching, he also published 164 papers: 31 in journals, 96 in international conferences or conferences with international par­ticipation and 37 in domestic conferences; participated in 14 projects or studies ap­plied in industry; reviewed 45 projects, studies and books; participated in 3 co­mmisions for inspection of underground facilities. He is an author or a co-author of two university textbooks.

Jovanović Larisa

(1947, Samarkand, Uzbekistan)
Mrs. Jovanović graduated in 1970 from the Geological Faculty of Moscow State University (MGU) "Lomonosov" with highest grade. She obtained her Master's degree at the Department of Geochemistry MGU 1975 with highest grade. Since 1970 until 1975 she worked at the Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, AS USSR. She defended Doctoral dissertation in 1986 at University of Belgrade -Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Geochemistry.
Since 1987 she has worked on research projects of SASA and technological projects about the composition and properties of binary semiconductors (ICTM) and the technological projects of synthesis and studying of the composition and structure of the zeolite at the Institute of General and Physical Chemistry. In 1991 she participated in projects studying the composition and properties of mineral and thermal waters at the Institute for Water Resources "Jaroslav Cherni". In 1992 she was employed as a scientific translator and foreign correspondent in the Company "Braca Karic" and participated in work with business delegations from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Sakha Republic on the preparation and translation of projects in the field of entrepreneurship, small business and transfer of new technologies in industries, construction, transport, banking, medicine, tourism etc.
Since 1993 to 2006 she worked at the University BK. In 1999 she was elected as associate professor of Environmental Management, and two years later of Technological development. In 2003 she was elected a full professor for scientific field of "Environmental management" and the 2006 for scientific field "Quality management and technological development". Since 2005 she managed Department of Environmental Management at graduate study of University BK. In the period 2006-2007 she was the director of the High School of Environmental Engineering at Union University in Belgrade. Since 2008 Mrs Jovanovic has been employed at the University Educons in Sremska Kamenica as full professor.
She has published about 190 scientific papers on the methods of study and synthesis of new materials, computer modeling, geochemistry, biogeochemistry, physical chemistry, environmental management and environmental protection. She is the author or co-author of five monographs: In 2003 she was elected to be President of the Managing Board of Scientific and professional Society Ecologica.
Mrs. Jovanović is corresponding member of the International Academy of informatization.

Jovanović Rodoljub

(1946, Zaječar)

He gradated at the Technical Faculty in Bor in 1973 and then in 2005 he passed the M.A. examination and finally in 2007 he received the doctorate (Ph.D.) at the Business Studies of the Megatrend University in Belgrade. After he had graduated, he worked as an engineer-trainee and a shift engineer in the Flotation of the Copper Mines Bor. In the period from 1979 to 1984, he was the Technical Manager, and from 1984 to 1990 he became the General manager of the Flotation. From 1990 up to 2000, he was appointed the Deputy General Manager of the Copper Mines Bor dealing with the production and development of non-metal mineral raw-material. From 2000 to 2003, he was in charge of the expert-associate tasks covering the non-metal production as well as the Head of the Department for producing and developing non-metals. From the very beginning of 2003 he a has been a full-time Professor at the Faculty for Management in Zajecar. After he had been admitted to the Master’s degree, he was appointed a junior lecturer for the subject: Projects’ Management. After he had received the doctorate (Ph.D.) he was appointed the assistant professor, and later, from 2011 the associate professor. He was on the function of the deputy dean for courses of instruction from 2009 up to his retirement in 2012.. He published over 30 scientific and professional papers in the local and international journals. Out the this number, five were pu­blished in local journals and the remaining reports were presented at the scientific-professional meetings and conferences. Ten papers were published abroad, that is, presented at the scientific meetings and three published  in journals. He is an author od co-author of several university textbooks. As a professional associate or a consultant, he participated in working out ten projects for the needs of Copper Mines Bor.

Rakić Zoran

(1956, Loznica)

graduated B.Sc. at the Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department for geology – geophysics, University of Belgrade in 1981, after him sign on in Mining and Smelting Basin company Department for geological exploration “Zajača” and later join Oil Industry of Serbia, Naftagas, “Hidrosonda” – Department for Drilling underground water and geothermal water, where acquire the experience in different problems. He continue education on Specialization on Geology and hydrogeology at the Faculty of Mining and Geology 1997, which resulted in entering the post-graduate studies that he finished at the Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade in 2002 and acquired the M.Sc. He then continued his activities on solving the water drilling technology optimization problems by applying a comprehensive system analysis, as well as the problems geothermal water exploration. In 2008 he successfully presented his Doctor’s Thesis titled"Hydro-geothermal Resources of Srem and Optimalization of Their Production Methods". Dr Zoran Rakic has worked with State oil Company NIS-Naftagas since 1987. He passed all the levels of an engineer’s career and development – from field engineer to the position of Technical Manager of Hidrosonda - Department for Drilling underground water and geothermal water. As Technical Manager he planned, managed and co­ntrolled technical process in drilling underground water and HP geothermal deep wells. Since 2011 he is in charge in geothermal well design as well as planning, designing and supervising Slim hole drilling for oil and gas with NIS, Scientific and Technological Center on the position Head designer. Dr Zoran Rakić is the author of 17 scientific and professional papers that have been published at domestic and foreign Symposium. PhD Zoran Rakic give scientific and expert contribution in the field of geology and hydrogeology, hydrothermal exploration, geothermal exploration and their ap­plication. He works as member of team on 16 scientifically- expiration projects rela­ted with potable water, technical water and geothermal water supply for industry and municipal sponsored by government. PhD Zoran Rakic held small patent No. 859. 

Trumić Milan

(1966, Bor)

He begins studies in 1985 at Technical faculty Bor - profile – pre­paration of mineral processing. He graduated in 1990. After graduation he gets employment in Non-Metal Copper Mine (RBN) and starts his work in Bor flotation, and in 1991 he transfers to Veliki Krivelj flotation. After passing the expert exam from the field of mining he is appointed to the position of Tailing manager, and then in 1993 on the position of Production technical manager. In 1995 he starts working on the Technical faculty in Bor. He enrolls for Magister studies in 1992 at Technical faculty in Bor, profession Mining – profile: Magister of technical sciences for mineral processing. he successfully presented his Magister thesis on 30th June 1998. Work on doctor dissertation „Model of screening kinetics“ he started in 1998 and successfully presented it on 15th December 1999 on Technical faculty in Bor. In January 2000 he was elected to a rank of docent on subjects Dewatering, tailings an environment protection, De­sign in Mineral processing and new subject Technologies of preparing the secondary raw material. In 2014 he was elected in a rank of the associate professor. Now he teaches in scientific field of Mineral and recycling technologies on subjects: Co­mminution and Classification, Solid waste management, Recycling technologies,  Design basics in Mineral Processing, Tailings in Mineral Processing, Theoretical basis for making the final-master work. He is the author or co-author of 147 works of which: 8 works in international scientific journals from the SCI list, 14 works in national journals, 54 works presented  at international scientific conferences and published in Proceedings, 71 works presented on national expert conferences and published in Proceedings.He is the author and co-author of two university textbooks. He participated as a manager or as member of work groups in elaboration of 14 studies, 13 projects and numerous project technical inspections. He participated in realization of 8 projects which are financed by the republican funds or ministries and one international project.  He is the chief editor of two national scientific journals: “Recycling and sus­tainable development” and “ ''Journal of Mining and Metallurgy, Section A: Mining''.

Đurić Neđo

(1955, Lopare, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Graduated from the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Tuzla, Department of Applied Geology in 1978. Master's degree at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Tuzla in 1986. PhD at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade in 1989.From 1978-1981 he worked in the "Geoinzenjering" Sarajevo, and further until 1992. in Combine "SODASO" Tuzla, Organizational unit of the salt mine. In the period 1986-2002 was hired in teaching at the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Tuzla from senior assistant to the professor. At the beginning of 1993, was hired at the Faculty in Civil Engineering in Subo­tica passed through all the university titles up to full professor of the University in 2001. In late 1997, he founded the Technical Institute in Bijeljina. In the period from 2000–2002. performs the function of the Minister for Planning, Construction, Residential - communal activities and Ecology in the Government of  Republic of Srpska and from 2002-2006, deputy in Assembly of the Republic of Srpska and President of the committee for Environmental Protection. President, аnd later member of Scientific advice for the preparation of spatial plan of the Republic of Srpska in the period from 2001-2007, as well as a member of the Scientific Council for production of more spatial plans of municipalities in the Republic of Srpska. Member of the Committee for Earth SciencesAcademy of Sciences and Arts of the Republic of Srpska since 1998. Corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of the Republic of Srpska since 2012.

In the previous period, he published about 160 scientific papers in various jour­nals and scientific conferences and congresses in the country and abroad. He is the author of four professional books of which one is translated into Hungarian. He is also a responsible project designer and contributor to over a hundred different pro­jects, studies and surveys. He participated actively in numerous national and international conferences. The founder and main editor of the journal "Archives of Technical Sciences.

Kaluđerović Miodrag

(1937, Gnjilane)
Mr. Kaluđerović graduated from the Faculty of Mining and Geology of Belgrade in 1962. He defended his Master’s thesis at the Faculty of Mining and Geology of Belgrade in 1978. His Doctoral dissertation was Optimal Development of the Aluminum Industry in the Socialist Republic of Montenegro from the Aspect of Inclusion in the International Division of Labor.
The main field of his activities is optimization of technological processes in the field of the bauxite, hydrated alumina and aluminum production, the production and energy saving.
During his career he hold the following positions: Director of Production in the Bauxite Mine Nikšić; Technical Director of the Bauxite Mine Nikšić; Director of the Scientific Research Department of the the International Bauxite Association (IBA), Kingston, Jamaica; Development Director in the Aluminum Plant in Titograd (today Podgorica); Quality Control Director in the Aluminum Plant in Titograd; member of the Managing Board of the Aluminum Plant in Titograd; Director of the Montenegro Republic Institute for Geological Investigations in Podgorica.
Mr. Kaluđerović received a great number of charters and recognitions.

Kicki Jerzy

(1948, Miechow, Poland)

Education: 1972 - MSc. at the University of Mining and Metallurgy (AGH), (with a specialization - economic in mining), 1981 - PhD at the University of Mining and Metallurgy – doctoral thesis ‘Some problems of losses and rock dilution in room and pillar system with chutes in Olkusz mine’. Academic experience: Lectures and classes for the Mining Engineering Faculties on the following courses: introduction to mining, mining technology, mineral engineering, field summer trainings, more than 150 graduated MSc. students. Since 1996 head of Mineral Engineering Department in Polish Academy of Sciences- Institute of Mineral Economy and Energy. Organization experience: Deputy Dean of Mining Faculty at the University of Mining and Metallurgy (AGH) in , Chairman of the Organizing Committee of School of Underground Mining (organized since 1992), Chairman of the World Mining Congress & EXPO 2008, since 1996 head of Mineral Engineering Department in Polish Academy of Sciences- Institute of Mineral Economy and Energy.

Research work: hard rock mining technology, economic of mining, management of mineral engineering.During my activity more than 155 industrial reports were prepared and managed for Polish mining industry. From this list more than 100 are related to ore mining. Last years my projects are connected with mine information technologies. Membership: Society of Mining Engineers and Technicians, Polish Society of Earth Science, Polish Academy of Science; Commission of Economic and Organization of Mining. Publications: more than 200 papers published, more than 50 in conference proceedings. 

Krausz Sanda Mihaela

(1944, Corabia, Romania)
Mrs. Krausz became engineer in Mineral Processing at Mining Institute of Petrosani in 1966. She obtained her Ph.D. in Technical Sciences - the doctoral thesis in Flotation domain, in 1981.
From 1966 – 1990 she worked as university assistant, lecturer and professor,s assistant. From 1991 she has been university professor and doctoral coordinator in Mineral Processing.
She is author of 98 research works, having as topics practical problems from processing plants form Romania, 14 books and 8 booklets, 157 research paper published in specialized reviews and in proceedings from national and international Conferences and Congresses. She has been coordinator of the research or director of 74 project.
Mrs. Krausz is member of Mining National Board, member of Editorial board and scientific reviewer of „Mining review“ and Governmental expert and assessement specialist in Mineral Processing domain. She is Vice-president of the Balkan Academy of Sciences for Mineral Technologies, foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (section Mine and Metallurgy) and member of the Scientific Committee of the Balkan Mineral Processing Congress.

Radulović Mićko

(1948, Nikšić, Montenegro)
Mr. Radulović graduated from Faculty of mining and geology in Belgrade, Department of engineering geology and hydrogeology in 1973. He obtained M.Sc. degree in 1992, and PhD degree in 1997 in the field of hydrogeology of karst at the same faculty.
After graduation he worked in Geological survey of Montenegro (1973-1995), at drafting and realizing numerous projects in the field of hydrogeology, engineering geology and seismic geology. As engineer in charge or as an associate he realized numerous projects, studies and reports in referred field, hydrogeological and engineering geological maps of various scales and purposes, as well as seismic geological datasets (over 500). During his work in Geological survey of Montenegro he was a Head of department of engineering geology and hydrogeology on several occasions.
He started working at the Faculty of civil engineering in Podgorica in 1995, where he is currently employed as full professor in teaching subject in the field of geology.
Mr. Radulović was actively involved as designer in charge, or member of professional team during realization of multi-decade mapping Basic hydrogeological map of Montenegro, scale 1:100.000, defining geotechnical conditions for construction of dam and accumulations in specific water basins (Ćehotina, Komarnica etc.), hydrogeological conditions for draining of coal bearing basins in northern Montenegro, as well as drafting seismogeological datasets, i.e. seismic micro regionalization of urban areas in the territory of Montenegro.
Scientific-research work of Mr. Radulović consists of 62 papers, published in international and national magazines, congresses and symposiums. He is the author and co-author of 12 additional publications (books, university textbooks, monographs i.e. its parts, hydrogeological and ecological guides, printed hydrogeological and engineering geological maps with explanatory notes).

Tomov Vladimir

(1946, Rousse, Bulgaria)
Mr. Tomov graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Agricultural Machinery, (Rousse) in 1970. He defended his doctoral dissertation under the title: „ Environmental Safety Diagnosis “ in 2006 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
He is an expert of the National Accrediting Commission and Head of the Department for Ecology and Environmental Protection at the „Angel Kančev“ State University, City of Rousse, Bulgaria.
His fields of work are ecological safety and environmental protection, new technologies, ecological risk assessment, and projects of environmental impact of production activities of various industries. He has developed new methods for testing, analyzing and assessing risk of emergency situations. Mr. Tomov has 5 patents in the field of Environmental Protection Engineering. He is a member of expert’s commission for ecology and environmental protection.
As a participant in and coordinator of international environmental protection engineering projects, he has received grants for elaboration of the projects. He is an author of 22 monographs and university textbooks, about 250 scientific and professional papers, 11 instructions and test books, and 27 presentations at international scientific gatherings.
Mr. Tomov has led 20 scientific projects in the field of environmental protection and disaster risk management. He coordinates scientific cooperation between related institutions all over Bulgaria and other EU countries, as well as countries in the region.