I am a postdoctoral research associate at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. I work for the Scientific Computing Division on the High-velocity Artificial Intelligence project. Before this position, I worked as an Assistant Research Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade and the Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade.

I have received my PhD degree in 2016. My doctoral thesis “Contribution of Galaxies and Galaxy Clusters to the Diffuse Gamma-Ray Background” was done under supervision of Professor Dr. Tijana Prodanović.  I have also obtained my MSc (2011) and BSc (2010) degrees in astrophysics at the University of Belgrade.

I am a member of the Supernova Remnants Group from Belgrade, and a Member of the Society of Astronomers of Serbia, International Astronomical Union and European Astronomical Society.

My main research interests are artificial intelligence and machine learning in astrophysics and HEP, galaxy clusters, astroparticle physics, high energy cosmic-ray physics, nucleosynhesis, cosmochemistry, gamma-ray and neutrino astronomy.

I am a member of the Deep Skies Lab, group devoted to solving problems using artificial intelligence.