Faculty of Technical Sciences
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro
Milos Radovanovic, was born on 03.10.1948 in Konjevici near Cacak. He finished elementary school in Preljina, and construction technician in Čačak in 1967. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism in Sarajevo in 1972, and he graduated in 1977. During his studies, he was awarded several times for his success in study, professional work and projects, and he was a scholar of the University Fund. Upon completion of the studies, the candidate was employed at the Urbanproject Institute in Cacak, where he worked on architectural and urban design, as a responsible and leading designer. He completed his postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb and in 1990 he defended his master's thesis entitled "Transformation of the urban core of Novi Pazar". After graduating in 1991, he was selected as an assistant for the subject Architecture, Urbanism and Construction, and he established a working relationship at the Technical Faculty in Cacak. In the period from 1992 to 1998, he completed his doctoral dissertation titled "Spatial Development and Architecture of the Cacak Area from the Middle Ages to the Modern Age" and defended it at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 1999. After defending the doctoral dissertation in 1999, he was elected Assistant Professor in 2005 as an associate professor for subjects: Architecture, Urbanism and Construction and Industrial Design, at the Technical Faculty in Cacak, where he is still employed.
Architecture, Urban Planning and Civil Engineering