Momir Djurovic


WAAS Designation: 
Fellow
Two line Bio: 

Momir Djurovic is President of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts and an active Fellow of the Academy since 2002. In 2012 he hosted a conference, 'Humanities and the Contemporary World', which WAAS co-sponsored in Podgorica where a permanent regional center was established for the Academy. Apart from his theoretical publications on electrical engineering, he has contributed to, authored or co-authored more than 20 books. He has also been a consultant to many leading electrical  companies, governments and professional associations around the world. He has been elected to many institutions, national scientific academies and professional associations. Previously, he was dean of the Electrical Engineering faculty at the University of Montenegro, and served on many committees related to electrical engineering, informatics and energy issues worldwide. He has also been involved in public affairs concerning general issues the society currently faces. He is convinced that the problems we face today can be solved only by a mutual understanding of the world community. No isolated solution can work in a globalized world, regardless of the different types of nationalities that are growing worldwide. Thus, he thinks WAAS can play the needed role to build an understanding and tolerant world.

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Personal Statement: 

M. Đurovic became is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science (WAAS) in 2002. He was the President of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts between 2002 and 2016. In 2012, the Center of WAAS in Podgorica, Montenegro, within the Montenegrin Academy, was established. The Montenegrin Academy and WAAS have co-organized three International Conferences – on Humanities and the Contemporary World, in 2012, on Transition to a New Society, in 2014, and on Technology + Society =? Future, in 2016. Apart from his theoretical publications on electrical engineering, he has authored or co-authored more than 20 books. He has been consultant to many leading electrical companies, professional associations, and governments around the world. Also, he has been elected to many national scientific academies and professional associations. Besides, he has been the Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Montenegro, Podgorica, and served on many committees related to electrical engineering, informatics, and energy issues worldwide. In addition, he has been involved in public affairs concerning general issues the society currently faces. He is convinced that the problems we face today can be solved only by mutual understanding of the world community. No isolated solution can work in a globalized world, regardless of different types of nationalities growing worldwide. Thus, he thinks that WAAS can play the needed role to build understanding and tolerant world.

City: 
Podgorica
Country: 
Montenegro