I was born in Prilep, Macedonia in 1990. I studied at the Faculty of Informatics, FON University (Skopje, Macedonia) where in 2012 I received my Bachelor Degree in Information and Communication Technology and in 2013 I finished with my specialized studies in Computer Engineering. During my studies I was included in various different projects which gave me opportunity to develop different kind of skills. In 2011, I was appointed a Short Term Scientific Mission within the European COST program IC0904 where I spent two months in the Laboratory for Human Computer Interaction at Cyprus University of Technology. There, I was working together with Dr. Panayiotis Zaphiris on the WORLD (World Bank Random Linked Data) project which represented a cross-sector prototype of a web based service which uses the open data of World Bank and generates random information in the form of sentences combined with pictures, videos and maps. The final goal of the project was to make a model of a generator of intelligent information that will be fully adaptable across different sectors and which will provide efficiency and effectiveness in gathering and presenting a lot of new information. 

Additionally, I participated on a number of international ICT competitions where with various different projects I managed to win several prestigious awards:
Apps for Development, World Bank – “Popular Choice Award”, Washington, USA, 2011; (
Apps for Climate Change, World Bank - “Popular Choice Award”, Washington, USA, 2012; (
European Youth Award - Winner in the category GO GREEN, Graz, Austria, 2012; (
World Youth Summit Award - Winner in the category GO GREEN, Montreal, Canada, 2012; (
Incredible Green Contest - Bronze medal, ACER, Taipei, Taiwan 2013; (
Currently, my research interests are mainly orientated to complex reactive systems in parallel and distributed environments which are using the shared computing power, storage, instruments and data through appropriate software that uses efficient parallel algorithm techniques extensively in order to maintain the ongoing interaction with the environment.