Faculty of Economics
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro
Drenovak (Miroslav) Mikica was born on March 31, 1978. in Kragujevac, Republic of Serbia. Primary school "Moma Stanojlović" finished as the holder of the diploma "Vuk Karadžić". The course of mathematics in the First Kragujevac Gymnasium was completed in 1996 with great success. He graduated in 1996/97 from the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade, Department of Computer Science and Informatics, where he graduated in October 2002 with an average grade of 8.38. During the last two years, he was a scholarship holder of the Zastava automobili factory. In January 2004 he enrolled postgraduate studies, the direction of Quantitative Finance organized by the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade and SECCF (South European Center for Contemporary Finance). By March 2005, he successfully passed all exams envisaged by the program. Dana 8.02.2008. He defended his master's thesis under the title "Modeling the Term Structure of Interest Rates in Serbia" and thus obtained the title Master of Economic Sciences. Dana 8.03.2012. He defended his doctoral dissertation under the title "Structure and management of the ETF funds of the state debt of the euro zone" at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, and thus obtained the title of Doctor of Economic Sciences. He conducted exercises on the subjects Financial and Actuarial Mathematics, Mathematics in Economics and Quantitative Methods at the Faculty of Trade and Banking of the University "Braća Karić". Since 15.07.2003. He is employed as an assistant-trainee at the Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac, engaged in Economics and Mathematics Methods and Models and Operations Research. On October 2, 2008, was elected on 2 October 2011. Year re-elected to the title of assistant for a narrow scientific field Statistics and Informatics, subject Operational research. Dana 15.10.2012. In the year he was selected as an assistant professor in the subject Operational Research. Conducts lectures on Financial derivatives at master studies. In 2003, he participated in the "Summer School of Economic Policy" organized by the G17 Institute as one of the 25 participants from the territory of the former Yugoslavia. During 2006, he participated as a contributor (for the field of Securities Market with fixed yield) in the preparation of the quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies in Serbia issued by the Economic Science Development Fund, Belgrade.
Financial and actuarial mathematics, Operational research, Financial derivatives