Milos Radovanovic was born on 26.4.1985. in Belgrade, Serbia, where he finished primary school and high school of Electrical engineering. In 2004 he started studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, and he graduated in 2011 at the Department of Electronics with an average grade of 93.00%. His Bachelor thesis was on the subject “Simulation circuits in energetic electronics based on wave digital filters”. He finished Master studies in 2012 with an average grade of 100%, and his master thesis was on the subject “Modification of conventional algorithm for combline filter design”. In November 2013 he started PhD studies in Microwave technique at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade.
He is working at the Institute of Physics since May 2013 as a Research Assistant. Currently, he is working on TR-32024 project named “Reconfigurable, multiband and scanning antennas based on metamaterials for wireless communications and sensors”, which is funded by the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technical Development.
His main research topic is related to electromagnetic materials and their use in microwave filters and antennas.
He is author and co-author of three papers in M21 paper category and several papers published on national and international conferences. He is holder of Prof Mirko Milic Award 2011/12 for the best science paper in the field of theory of electronic circuits given by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. Moreover, he is recipient of the award for the best student paper in MTT section at ETRAN 2015, and Prof Ilija Stojanovic Award 2015 for the best journal paper given by Telenor company.