Hello passenger,

I am a senior researcher at the Department of Communication and Space Technologies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb.

Within the WP4 package of the Croatian Quantum Communication Infrastructure (CroQCI) project, I am the technical lead for the deployment of an optical ground station for the quantum key distribution with the Europan Space Agency’s satellite EAGLE-1.

Before that, I worked as the Chief Technology Officer for Wingo Technologies, where I was developing the energy-efficient & eco-friendly outdoor heating solution for the HoReCa sector. Wingo is a startup based in Zagreb that has garnered numerous investments and awards, including recognition as one of the three best tech start-ups from Central and East Europe, by the MIT FE CEE – an organization affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

I am involved in the establishment of the John Bell Institute for the Foundations of Physics, which brings together some of the most influential physicists and philosophers, especially in the foundations of quantum mechanics.

Popularization of science and critical thinking is an important part of my life, and I have been doing this in continuity for more than a decade, by founding and organizing science festivals and writing popular science articles. 

I hold a master’s degree in Physics from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, with a focus on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics. My research was mentored by Tim Maudlin, Daniele Oriti, and Hrvoje Nikolic. I also completed a double master’s degree in the field of Physics of Complex Systems at Linnaeus University and the University of Insubria, under the supervision of Francesco Ginelli and Carlo Canali. My bachelor’s degree is in Engineering Physics from the University of Split, where my final project delved into thermodynamics, specifically the ‘Mpemba effect,’ under the guidance of Franjo Sokolic.

I wish you a pleasant time on my webpage!

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