He is an Assistant Research Professor at the Institute of Physics in Belgrade, and vice president of the Serbian Physical Society. He currently serves as an assistant Minister in Ministry of Science, Technology and Development of the Republic of Serbia. He received BS degree at the University of Belgrade in 1985. He then enrolled the graduate school of the University of Illinois at Urbana where he obtained the M.S. degree in Physics in 1987, and the PhD degree in 1991. In the period 1992 - 1995 he was a postdoctoral fellow and the visiting scientist in ICTP Trieste, SISSA Trieste, and ECT* Trento. From 1995 he works in the Institute of Physics in Belgrade. His specialization is in the field of computational physics and condensed matter theory. While studying at the University of Belgrade, he received Serbian Academy of Sciences Fellowship, and at the University of Illinois he received University Fellowship and F. T. Adler Fellowship. He has published 15 papers in refereed journals and was leader in a project that assembled and exploited Serbia's first Beowulf cluster.