Vojislav Milosevic was born on 5.4.1986. in Belgrade, Serbia, where he finished primary school and Mathematical gymnasium. During school, he won several awards on national competitions in physics and mathematics. In 2005 he started studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. He graduated in 2009 at the Department of Microwave Engineering, with an average grade of 90.90%. His Bachelor thesis was on the subject “Measurement of electromagnetic pollution in Belgrade”. In the same year he started his Master studies at the same University, and graduated in 2012 with an average grade of 95.70%. His Master thesis was on the subject “Reconfigurable antennas”. In 2019, he defended PhD thesis entitled “Asymmetric resonators as unit-cell elements of one-dimensional metamaterials,” at the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade.
He is working at the Institute of Physics since January 2010 as a research assistant. He worked on TR-11009 project named “Dual-band and three-band microwave circuits and antennas based on metamaterials for modern communications”. Presently, he is working on TR-32024 projects named “Reconfigurable, multiband and scanning antennas based on metamaterials for wireless communications and sensors” and III-045016 project named “Generation and characterization of nanophotonic functional structures in biomedicine and informatics”, which are both funded by the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technical Development. In addition, he was participant in the bilateral project PRI-AIBSE-2011-1119 between Serbia and Spain named “Reconfigurable, multiband devices and antennas based on innovative metamaterials”
His primary research topic is related to electromagnetic metamaterials, theory of homogenization and use of metematerials-based devices in microwave and millimeter-wave range. He attended two doctoral schools: European School on Metamaterials by Metamorphose Virtual Institute named “Bringing gain to metamaterials”, 2010 in Karlsruhe, and “Engineering applications of metamaterials”, 2011 in Barcelona.
He is author and co-author of several journal papers and one book chapter. He is also recipient of the Aleksandar Marincic Award 2013, which was given by the Serbian Society for Microwave Techniques, Technologies and Systems (MTTS).