Born in Vranje in 1953. Finished elementary school in Varazdin and high school in Belgrade . Graduated from Belgrade Faculty of Science and Mathematics, course Mathematics, in 1976. Got the MSc degree in 1980, and the PhD degree in 1990.
Previous positions: secondary school "Jezdimir Lovric", teacher of Mathematics (1976-1980); Serbian Institute of Statistics, electronic data processing designer, (1980-1995); Automobile Association of Yugoslavia, computer centre manager (1985-1994); Belgrade Faculty of Economics, Assistant Professor (1994-1999), Associate Professor (1999-).
Professional improvement and advanced training: Düsseldorf, sponsored by the OECD (1984); Paris, London , Brussels , Frankfurt , Bonn , Rome , sponsored by the EEC (1989).
Teaching commitments: Belgrade Faculty of Economics, undergraduate studies, subjects - Business informatics and Information system design, postgraduate studies,
- course: Management and information systems, subjects - Computer science and expert systems and Information system design;
- course: Marketing, subject - Quantitative methods and models in marketing;
- course: Management in tourism, subjects - Information systems in tourism and Business information systems;
- course: Enterprise economics, subject - Business information systems;
- course: Management, subject - Business information systems,
- course: Econometrics, subject - Applied informatics;
- course: Actuarial work, subject - Information systems in insurance.
Used to teach informatics-related subjects at the Faculties of Economics in Brcko and Prilep, Tourist College in Belgrade , Business College in Belgrade and Foreign Trade College in Bijeljina.
Other professional activities: Member of the Scientific Society of Yugoslav Economists, Serbian Statistical Society and Tourist Forum of Yugoslavia. In the period 1985 – 1990, he was a member of project teams for introduction of international information systems for electronic data exchange and took an active part in their conferences in the Hague, Munich, Paris, Rome and Copenhagen. Used to be the Head or a member of expert teams for designing over 40 information systems in the country and abroad ( New York , Zurich , Berlin ).
Business informatics, a textbook, the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade (4 editions, 1995 – the first; 1997, 1998, 1999 – revised and updated)
Computers in accounting, a textbook, co-author, the Faculty of economics, Belgrade (2 editions – 1996 and 1998)
Official Multimedia presentation of National Tourist Organisation of Serbia. CD ROM. 'World Travel Market'. London . 1998, 1999 and 2000
An Automatic Procedure for Classification of Set Elements Using a Factor Analysis Method. COMPSTAT 88 Computational Statistics. 8th Symposium. Copenhagen. Denmark. 1988
The use of statistical methods for classification of set of elements. COMPSTAT 86. Computational Statistics. 7th Symposium. Rome, Italy. 1986