Born and schooled in Belgrade, Serbia. Tesla Award for Young Scientist from Nikola Tesla Society, Belgradefor pioneering work on MRI technology in Serbia. Diplomed Engineer of Electronics at the Technical Physics Department of School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. Diploma thesis on design of ultra fast responding IR photodiode sensors. Self published textbook for Statistical Physics for related course at the School of Electrical Engineering. Master Degree studies in Physics at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY, USA. Master Degree thesis on long term stability issues of Relativistic Heay Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, USA. Participation in design teams of RHIC and Natonal Neutron Spallation Source at Oak Ridge, TN, USA. Worked as Research Collaborator at X-ray Light Source and Alternating Gradient Synchrotron Departments of BNL, Upton, NY. Co-Editor of the book Crystalline Beams and Related Issues, World Scientific. Computer Specialist at the New High Energy Theory Center at the Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. PhD studies in Astrophysics at the Rutgers University, NJ, USA. Radio-astronomy observational work at the VLA, Soccoro, NM, USA. Working on PhD thesis covering aspects of distribution of dark matter and topology of the Universe.
Great interest in visual arts since I know for myself. Got my first camera at the age of 8 and that defined my personal focus in visual arts. Greatly appreciating paintings I grew up surrounded with, hence developing this website to present them and the Serbian culture. In process of organizing "bricks and mortar" museum for this collection in recognition of my father Mihailo.
Sporting interests are bicycling, pursued daily but never for competition and sharpshooting, including competition earlier in my life (1983 Champion of Belgrade, Yugoslavia in small caliber pistol competition).
Love dogs, bees (M Honey Apiary, New Jersey) and Nature and Technology in general. Of the opinion that our Technology is no less Natural than bee hives. Hence, embracing it and its spread. I am a religious person. Though there are views both in religious and scientific communities that one is not compatible with the other, I am of the opinion that the very basic issues, concepts and methodologies of religion and science are so different and non-overlapping that the only incompatibility is to address issues of one by the methodology of the other.