Jovana Tošić was born in Belgrade. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s studies (major: Architecture) at the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Belgrade. She defended her PhD thesis entitled “The problem of the atmosphere in the context of the contemporary presentation of architectural heritage” in 2022 at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, thereby earning the title of Doctor of Science in the field of Architecture and Urban planning. The significant scientific contributions of her thesis relate to the implementation of the concept of building atmosphere in architecture in the practice of valuing and preserving cultural heritage, through the formulation of new approaches and procedures in architectural practice and their application in projects of presentation and interpretation of architectural heritage as extremely rare and in terms of critical consideration and analysis of completely neglected approaches in the projects of reconstructing architectural heritage in Serbia. She passed the state exam for architecture at the Serbian Chamber of Engineers in 2016. As an architectural designer, she worked in several design bureaus in Belgrade, where she participated in the creation of the interior, reconstruction and revitalization projects realized in Belgrade and Smederevo. She exhibited at collective exhibitions in Belgrade and participated in international contests for conceptual solutions in architecture and urban planning. As a co-author in the team, she won second prize at an international contest for interior design.

She is the author of several scientific and professional works published in domestic scientific journals of international importance, of which the following stand out: “Perfumed historic buildings: Issues of authenticity”, and “Deconstruction in Architecture – Continuous Translation through an Open Project”. She exhibited as an author at international scientific conferences held in Belgrade, Bucharest and Madrid. She is a member of the international professional organizations EAHN and DOCOMOMO.

She has many years of experience working with students, and she started as a teaching associate – demonstrator at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, where, during the period from 2013 to 2015, she was teaching elective courses within undergraduate and postgraduate study programmes within the Department of Theory and History of Architecture and Art. Since 2016, she has been employed at the Information Technology School – ITS as a subject teacher for the elective courses Technical Drawing with Descriptive Geometry and Principles of Design within the Computer Multimedia academic program.

She is the author of the textbook for the subject Technical Drawing with Descriptive Geometry which was published in 2020. As a member of the commission, she participated in numerous defences of final theses for obtaining the title of Professional Engineer of Information Technologies.