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Bojković Zoran

(1941, Belgrade)
Mr. Bojković received his BSc, MSc, and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1964, 1974 and 1978, respectively.
Since 1969, he has been with the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering. He is full professor of Electrical Engineering from 1987. From 1993 until now, he is a visiting professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, TX, USA, EE Department, Multimedia Systems Lab. Prof. Bojković was a visiting professor worldwide, i.e., in Germany, USA, China, Korea, Taiwan, Romania, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Spain, Macedonia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Portugal.
He is the co-author of the 5 international monographs. Also, he has published 2 national monographs and 13 textbooks, as well as more than 400 papers in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and publications. He has conducted workshops/tutorials and seminars worldwide and participated in 67 scientific and industrial projects. He has been a consultant to industry, research institutes and academia.
Prof. Bojković is an active researcher in wire/wireless multimedia communications. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and WSEAS, member of EURASIP, and a member of New York Academy of Science, a member of PRO – MPEG Forum, and International Association for Science and Technological Development IASTED, Calgary, Canada.
Also, he has got award " Princeton Premier", USA, for Business Leaders and Professionals for 2008.

Vešović Vujadin

(1939, Berane, Montenegro)
Mr. Vešović graduated from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade in 1966. He received MSc and PhD degree in 1972 and 1976 respectively, at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
He was awarded a fellowship by IREX from 1973 to 1974 performing research in the field of technology organization and management in the USA, at Princeton University, Florida State University, Harvard University, the University of California at Los Angeles, and the University of Michigan.
From 1975 to 1977 he was lecturer at the Technical Faculty of the University of Podgorica, teaching on the subject of economy and production organization. In 1977 he was elected assistant professor at the Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Engineering of the University of Belgrade. In 1981 was promoted to associated professor and in 1986 to full professor performing research on the subject of organization of economy of joint ventures in traffic and transportation. At the Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Engineering of the University of Belgrade he lectured on subjects organization of economy of joint ventures in traffic and transportation and organization of work in traffic and transportation (undergraduate studies); theory of organization, management, strategic management, managing investments and projects, project organization in traffic and transportation (master and specialist studies). He was invited to hold lectures at the Faculty of Economy (undergraduate studies) and the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (master studies) of the University of Belgrade; the Faculty of Technical Transportation of the University of Doboj (master studies), the Military Academy of Belgrade (undergraduate and master studies). When was necessary he lectured at the Federal Air Traffic Control.
He was a director of the Institute, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Engineering of the University of Belgrade for 2 terms (1981-1985), dean of the Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Engineering of the University of Belgrade (1988-2000), vice-president of the Yugoslavian Academy of Engineering (2003-2007) and director of the institute of the Yugoslavian Academy of Engineering (2006-2008).
Prof. Vešović is author and co-author of over 70 scientific research projects and 160 scientific and professional articles published in national and international journals, or presented on national and international conferences. He was the head of the Yugoslavian expert team for the drafting of the strategy of development of traffic and connections SFRJ and many others. He has organized nine scientific and professional meetings.
For his achievements he was awarded with the Order of Work with Golden Wreath of Yugoslavia in 1990. He has also received many charters and recognitions.

Gladović Pavle

(1951, Beograd)
He graduated from the Faculty of Transport  in Belgrade in 1975, at the department for road and urban traffic and transport. He obtained his master's degree in 1986 at the Faculty of Transport, University of Belgrade. . In 1994, he obtained his Ph.D. degree at the Faculty of Transport, University of Belgrade, with the thesis entitled "Contribution to research on the effects of tariff politics on greater mobility in urban public passenger transportation". Pavle Gladović spent about 20 years working in Belgrade public transit company, on various specialized and mana­gement jobs as an associate engineer, engineer and leading engineer, as the head of a trolley BOAL and ”Dorćol” manufacturing firm, vice director and director of the firm. He has been employed at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad, at the department for traffic and transport engineering since 1996, first as an assistant professor, then as an associate professor, and since 2005 as a full professor. He teaches the following courses: Road Traffic Technology and Road Traffic Organi­zation at undergraduate academic studies; Quality System in Road Transport and Information Systems in Road Traffic at master academic studies; Optimization of the Goods Transportation Process and Passenger Transport Process Optimization at doctoral studies.

Professor Pavle Gladović is the author of around 150 scientific papers.He worked, as one of the authors, on 50 studies, surveys, and projects dealing with the organization and planning of the development of auto transport companies. He is the author of four textbooks.

Gospić Nataša

(1946, Karlovac, Croatia)
Mrs. Gospić obtained her dipl.eng's degree in 1979 from the University Belgrade, Electrical Engineering Faculty. She obtained her master’s degree in 1990, from University of Belgrade, Electrical Engineering Faculty and PhD from University Belgrade, Transport and Traffic Engineering Faculty in 1996.
From 1970 to 1972 she used to work as engineer constructor in Elektronska industrija, Belgrade. After that till 1978 she worked for PTT Pristine as a manager for research, investment and projects. From 1978 to 2000 she worked for Community of Yugoslav PTT as an engineer, then manager for transmission systems, Councillor to CYPTT, a Head of R&D Department, a Head of International Affairs Department, and an Assistant to General Manager for R&D and International matters. From 2000 to 2001 she was employed by Telecom Montenegro in Podgorica as Advisor to General Manager, and from 2001 to 2002 as General Manager of second mobile operator in Montenegro-MONET. From June 2003 she is employed by Transport and Traffic Engineering Faculty, Belgrade as associated professor.
Mrs. Gospić has long experiences in pedagogical area and she teaches at University Belgrade, University Novi Sad and University Banja Luka as well as at Faculty for transport and Communication Management, Berane. She was the author and co-author of five international monographs, one national monograph, 6 papers in prestige international journal, 46 papers on international conferences, from which 50 papers on national conferences. 

She is a member member of Scientific Council of Telecommunication Regulatory Agency, RATEL, of Republic Government Council on Gender Equality and a president of NGO “Equal Opportunities“

Jovanović Dragutin

(1954, Valjevo)
After graduating from Military Technical Academy in Zagreb, in 1977, he obtained an MA degree in 1984 from the field of rail transport organisation. He had successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled “Optimisation of the Organisation of Rail Transport for Massive Transportation of Armed Forces” on May 16, 1991. Mr. Jovanovic went through the entire university hierarchy, starting off as an as­sistant lecturer, ultimately obtaining the position of full time professor. He became an assistant lecturer in 1981; lecturer in 1985; senior lecturer in 1990; assistant professor in 2001, and full time professor in 2001 and 2008. He served on a number of senior management posts in Defence Ministry's Education Department: Head of Department for Transport at the Military Technical Academy; 1992-1994, Head of Transportation Department at the Military Technical Academy; 1994.-2001, Representative of the head of the Military Technical Academy; 2001-2002, Head of Department for Postgraduate Studies at Defence Ministry; 2002-2004, Head of the Education Department at Defence Ministry; 2004-2008, Deputy Head of Military Academy; 2008-2009. He is presently employed at Belgrade Polytechnic – College of Professional Stu­dies, where he teaches the following undergraduate courses: Logistics, Equipment for Work and Protective Gear, and Logistics of Waste Materials. He teaches the following courses at the Specialist Professional Studies: Mana­gement of Products at the End of Life Cycle, and Ergonomics. Besides his te­aching duties, Mr. Jovanovic also works as the manager of a study program “Ma­nagement of Quality”. 

He has authored and co-authored a number of works, including nine textbooks, two workbooks, one practicum, a monograph, eleven scripts and handbooks, as well as 98 scientific papers presented at various meetings and congresses in Serbia and abroad. He further authored 30 works published in peer-reviewed national magazines, 2 works published in an internationally-recognised magazine, with another 3 works prepared and submitted to relevant international magazines. 

Kuzović Ljubiša

(1933, Požega)
On the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering in Belgrade, Mr. Kuzović graduated in 1960, and in 1976 defended his doctoral dissertation in the field of planning of roads.
He is retired professor at the Belgrade Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering, scientist of the Institute of Civil Engineering in Banja Luka and president of Serbian Engineering Academy since 2010.
In 1982 he was elected for full-time professor for the traffic flow theory and capacity of roads. Dean of the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering was from 1983 to 1985. Director of the Institute on Faculty was at 3 different periods, namely: since 1979 until 1981, since 1987 to 1989 and since 1998 to 2000. In addition he held lectures at several faculties in the country (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Sarajevo, Zagreb and Skopje) at undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
He has published more than 200 papers in national journals and publications from professional symposiums. He directed and was the main author of more then 280 scientific-research and development projects, mainly for development and exploitation of the road network. The most important are: General study for transjugoslav highway Karavanke-Gevgelija, feasibility study of construction of the highway Sarajevo-Mostar-Adriatic Sea, study of the highway Belgrade-South Adriatic, study of maintenance of roads and bridges on the road network in Yugoslavia, He has published several books: monographs and university books. With his professional engagement he gave a significant contribution to the traffic flow theory and evaluation of road projects.

Perišić Risto

(1930, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Mr. Perišić graduated from Faculty of Traffic Engineering, from two departments: Department of Railway and Department for road traffic, in 1963. PhD in the field of integrated transport he received from the Faculty of Traffic Engineering in 1975.
He participated as a representative of our country, the Government and the Ministry of Transportation, more than 40 times in work of various expert committees in the domain of transport and logistics (OECD, SEV, UIC, etc.).
As invited professor he has lectured at 11 faculties - undergraduate and postgraduate studies - in the field of integrated transport and logistics in Moscow, Cracow, Dresden, Lausanne, Zagreb, Rijeka, Sarajevo, Novi Sad, Kotor and Bitola, and in Belgrade, in addition at Faculty of Economics.
He was chief inspector in the Ministry of Transport of BiH. Since 1965 till 1976 he worked in Institute "Kirilo Savic" as leading and chief engineer and Director of the Institute for Transport Technology. In 1976 he was elected for associate professor, while in 1979 he became full professor at the Faculty of Traffic Engineering.
He has published more than 280 papers, 24 books and monographs.

Radmilović Zoran

(1944, Belgrade)
Mr. Radmilović is professor at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering (FTTE) of the University of Belgrade (UB). He received his Ph.D. in Technological Sciences from FTTE, UB, in 1989. His research interests are port operations, port networks and links, port queuing systems, fleet planning and operations.
He is Head of Division for Water Transport and Traffic Engineering, FTTE, Head of Association for Research and Promotion of Inland Waterways and Maritime Activities, Danube-Sea, a Member of International Standing Committee of Marine Industry, Varna, Bulgaria, Director and a member of International Scientific Committee of the International Conference Maritime Transport, Barcelona, Spain.
He gives lectures on port operations and management, port planning and development, fleet operations and management. The field of his expertise are: port operations, planning and design, port development, analysis and modeling, port networks and links, fleet planning and operations. He is a consultant for professional engineers in waterborne transport and traffic. He is also a project manager and/or author of more than 60 projects in the area of ports and water traffic and transport.
Until now, he has published 55 papers in english language in the following countries: USA, Spain, South Korea, Canada, Norway, Japan, Great Britain, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Belgium, Hungary and Vietnam. He has founded theoretical basis in the field of application of operations research in river and maritime transport system and port planning and development. Mr. Radmilović has developed the school for planning and development of river and maritime transport system in Serbia and Montenegro.

Albreht Ilija

(1941, Zaječar)
Graduated from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering of the University of Belgrade, Department of Ur­ban and Road Transport and Traffic in 1967. He began his career at the Institute of Traffic Engineering as a research trainee. He then worked at the Institute for Roads of the “Institute for Traffic Engineering and Economics” where he dealt with traffic designing and traffic signalization. In 1980 he transferred to the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering where he worked as a senior research assistant on  applied scientific-research work and laboratory tasks in “Theory of the Flow and Capacity of Road Communications” and “Planning of Rural Roads”. He spent the rest of his years of service, from 1980 until retirement in 2006, at the Directorate for Roads of the Ministry of Traffic Transportation and Co­mmunications, namely at the Utility Company “Putevi Srbije” as Head of Depa­rtment, Adviser to the Minister and Adviser.Ilija Albreht gained his experience in traffic and road engineering working on over 150 traffic engineering projects and about 200 feasibility studies prepared for the International Bank credits related to road projects in Serbia, as well as in all the republics of ex Yugoslavia. He also worked on projects of traffic signalization as well as on their review.He took part in a significant number of scientific research papers.He has over 50 independent and group papers and 10 of them published in monographs and at scientific expert conferences in the country, as well as in national magazines and publications. He took part in the preparation of several regional plans, as well as in the state Review Committee for planning the infrastructural corridors of the Republic of Serbia highways.

Aleksić Borivoje 

(1954, Beograd)
Graduated from Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering in 1980. Ob­tained a Master of Science Degree from Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering in 1996.

Employed in The Highway Institute in Belgrade since 1984 as Main Engineer for traffic and economy.

Employed as Chief of studies, research projects and informatics department since 1996. Permanently employed in “S Projekt” company since 2014.

Member of various expert teams and author of over 100 traffic and feasibility studies. Collaborated on over 150 road traffic projects and road signs for tourism projects. Also, collaborated in creating a state roads database on the former Yu­goslav territory.  

Bogdanović Vuk

(1966, Sremska Mitrovica)
Education: University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Traffic Depa­rtment, Road Traffic. Date from - tо (year): Oct.1986 - Nov.1991, graduated the first in the generation. Level of education: Date from - to (year): Nov.1994 - June 1998, MSc degree, the first in the generation. Level of education: Мaster of Technical Sciences. Date from - to (year): June 2001 - June 2005. Level of education Ph Degree of Technical Sciences. He has been employed at Faculty of Technical Sciences, University in Novi Sad since 10th March 1993. Currently with the title of Associate Professor, works as а lecturer in Traffic Department. He teaches more courses in the field of traffic en­gineering. His work experience includes more important functions such as: Head of Traffic Systems Department at Faculty of Technical Sciences , 2006-2008. Director of study programme Traffic and Transport  in Traffic Department, Faculty of Tec­hnical Sciences, University in Novi Sad 2007-2008, 2009-2012. Director of Doctoral Studies of study programme Traffic, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University in Novi Sad 2007-2008. Head of Traffic Department, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University in Novi Sad, 2008-2009, 2009-2012. In national and international journals he published 12 articles as the author and coauthor. In previous work, Vuk Bogdanovic has been the coauthor of several scientific books, monographs and special chapters in scientific books.As an author and coauthor he published 30 scientific and expert articles in international and 56 in national scientific-expert meetings. He participated in three scientific projects of republic programme of tec­hno­logical development and in one scientific project of provincial programme.As the director or planner he took part in the design of 57 studies and projects and 17 technical controls. As a member of the commission of court experts, he participated in several hundred expertise of car accidents for the needs of courts in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

Kujačić Momčilo

(1950, Zrenjanin)
Prof. Dr Momčilo Kujačić is a professor at Department for Transport, Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad and Head of the Department for Postal Services and Communications. He was born on July 2 1950 in Klek, near Zrenjanin. He graduated from the Faculty of Transportation in Belgrade, Department for Postal Services. He also completed his MSc degree and Ph.D. at the Faculty of Transportation in Belgrade. Upon completing his studies he pursued employment in the RO PTT Transport Zrenjanin, in the period from 1978 to 1991. This is where he held various positions starting off with professional advisory role and progressing to the Head of Postal Services, Director of OOUR and Director of Working Unit and Organisation of PTT Zrenjanin. From 1991 to 2004 Momcilo was working for JP PTT Transport Serbia in Belgrade as the Director for Department for Postal Traffic, Associate to General Director and Strategy and Development Director. In parallel and alongside his work for Serbian Post he also engaged in work for Faculty of Transportation in Belgrade, where he held lectures as remarkable industry expert. From 2004 he officially started working for Faculty of Transportation in Novi Sad. Over 25 years of his professional career he dedicated to work in strategic and operational management and leadership in Postal Services.

He published over 70 academic works and professional publications of which:8 articles have been published in publications with international recognition with peer review; 18 research papers in international journals with peer reviews; 15 articles published in journals with national recognition and peer reviews; 29 professional works in nationally recognised publications with peer reviews.He was also involved in the delivery of 18 projects related to postal traffic, of which most have been completed and executed.He also published 6 university textbooks and one monograph.

Ljajić Izet

(1943, Duga Poljana)
>He enrolled Civil Engineering Faculty in Sarajevo where he graduated in 1971, in the study programme law constructions, with a Graduation Paper under its title Designing of Motorways. After finishing Faculty in 1971, he started his employment relation with AD “Novi Pazar-put”, where he worked until 31.03.2014- for almost 45 years. In 1977, he moved to a Stone Industry Company “Ukras” Novi Pazar, where he worked for a year. After expiration of this year, he returned to AD “Novi Pazar-put“. After half a year, he was appointed for Director Technical-technical personnel. He stayed in this post until 1981. In this period, for the lack of engineering-technical personnel, he was forced to pass all working phases- from a Manager of quarry, Chief of construction site, in our largest construction site in a road route Raška-Novi Pazar, that was a beginning impulse for development of our undeveloped company personnel. He was appointed for a Director of the Company on 15.11.1981 and he stayed in this post until his retirement. He has transfused his rich working experience into numerous expert papers, presented at scientific-expert meetings, congresses and conferences, held wide across our country (in its previous borders).

Construction of technical-technological objects: Rehabilitation and recon­struction of state roads IIA 207 (new road designation) (Р-119 (old road desig­nation)), IIБ 412 (Р-233), IIA 198 (Р-234), IВ 30 (Р-116), IIA 201 (Р-117), IIA 202 (Р-231), IIA 197 (Р-272), IIA 202 (Р-231а). Designing and rehabilitation of landslides and bridges on state roads: Landslides 18, Bridges 15. For his work and contribution of Company, he received numerous awards, among which the most important are the following: Labour Medal Winner in 1999, awarded by the President of the Republic, Diploma with Plaque of the Commerce Chamber of Serbia, Diploma with Plaque of the Regional Commerce Chamber etc. 

Radičević Vukašin

(1938, Podgorica, Montenegro)
Civil Engineering Faculty- Department for roads and railways - he completed in 1973 in Belgrade. After graduation, first employment was at the company for designing roads and bridges "Trasa", as associate designer. During his employment for "Trasa", he worked as associate designer, designer, main designer responsible designer and Project Manager.
From 1999 to 2003 he was Director of the Institute for the design of roads "Trasa". Since 2003 he is employed as professional advisors at the Institute for Highways in Belgrade.
During his professional career he has completed over 100 projects, studies, preliminary, conceptual and final designs, rehabilitation project, landslides project and gas stations project on the network of highways, main and regional roads of Serbia and Montenegro.
Some important projects in which he was manager and responsible designer are: Preliminary project of possible highway alternatives Belgrade - South Adriatic (Bar) - Phase I, Preliminary design of real highway options Belgrade - Montenegro border - Phase II, The study of highway corridor Mateševo – Podgorica, Preliminary project for Belgrade - Požega highway and Preliminary project for relocation of highway M - 22 Belgrade - Ljig on the section of the Kolubara coal basin.

Drobnjaković Dejan 

(1933, Risan, Montenegro)

 He graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Belgrade in  1959. He did his professional training in project planning and road construction  in Italy in 1966. and 1967. After finishing his studies, he became employed in the Bokav con­stru­ction company in Kotor as manager of the construction site and also technical director until 1963. After that, he started working in Titograd (today known as Podgorica), in the newly formed Directorate for the construction of the Jadran road, which handled the work of investors and was in charge of all expert work on project planning and construction of the Jadran roads in Mo­ntenegro. He was head engineer, and in 1964 he became general director of the Di­re­cto­rate. He was the general director of Crnagoraput from 1968 until 1974. From 1968. until 1974. 403km of main roads was constructed, which represents the biggest success in road development in Montenegro to this day. In mid 1974, by the decision of the Montenegrin government, he was given the job as director of the Directorate responsible for constructing the second phase of the Bar port. Within five years, the cargo handling capacity was expanded from 1.5 million tons to 5.5 million tons, with the possibility of further expansion of 12.5 million tons annually. 

After successfully completing his duties in the Bar port, he was chosen as director of a big project which involved constructing eight silos for grains in eight places in Aljazeera (worth $250 million), which was being conducted under his watch until 1983. For the next three years, he was the main engineer in the construction of the railway Podgorica-Skadar. After the completion of this task, he was director of the Republic Fund for roads in Montenegro from 1986 until 1993, and from 1993 until 1997 he was general director of the Montenegro Railway. From March 1997 until the end of 2000, he was Minister of Transportation  in the federal government, during a very difficult time and in difficult con­ditions of the economic blockade of Yugoslavia and  NATOaggression on Yugoslavia. He was awarded with the medal of merit with silver rays and medals of labor with gold and silver wreaths. 

Ostojić Radenko

(1952, Kotor, Montenegro)
Mr. Ostojić graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Sarajevo, 1977. He is employed, since 1977 in “Crnagora put-Bureau for the study and design”. From the beginning he worked on the development projects of main roads, regional and local roads, city streets, boulevards, and later motorways. From 1986 to 1990 he was Director at named Bureau.
He established in 1990 a private business enterprise "Put-inženjering", which is engaged in engineering and construction, where it is now in his full capacity as director.
He has worked on more than 50 General, Conceptual and Final designs. Some of the most important are: The Final design of the main road Trebinje-Nikšić, Preliminary and Final design of the highway Slijepač Most- Tomaševo-Pavino polje. Also he has worked on lot of Preliminary and the Final design of reconstruction of main roads and on lot of Preliminary and Final designs of roads of lower rank and roads reconstruction projects, street reconstruction projects, landslides projects etc. He participated dozens of times in the revision of planning documentation, designs and studies and technical review of all roads ranks.