Assistant Director for Accreditation

Aleksandar Kostić earned his BA and MA from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, and obtained his PhD in information systems and radar signal processing from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš. Upon graduating from university, he worked at the Military Technical Institute in research and development of military equipment as a researcher, head of sector and assistant director at the Institute for Aeronautical Programs and Electronics.

In 1980, while working at the Military Technical Institute, he became as assistant, and subsequently docent at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, and the Aeronautical Military Academy in Žarkovo, where he taught the theory of radiolocation and radar systems.

He has published numerous scientific papers in domestic and international journals and conferences. All published papers stem from the projects he had worked on. Some of the more important projects include: electronic aircraft protection system, radar data extractor (found on the SDPR export list), information system for the optimization of radar networks, multi-sensor and multi-static radar systems, development of the digital radar indicator, weather radar modification, Vojvodina’s weather radar network, information system for the automation of the hail protection radar center, development of a virtual environment for 3D visualization of clouds and effect on cloud cells, integrated hail protection information system – HASIS 3DI, composite 3D visualization of clouds in a network of weather radars, etc.

Since 1996, he has been a member of research teams at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, which have carried out several scientific and research projects funded by the National Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia. He is one of the two creators of the technical solution in the new methods category entitled New Methodology for the Prediction of Radar Visibility. He has received numerous awards and prizes for his work in science and research, and for his contribution in the development of the Military Technical Institute.