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Dr. Ruzica BOGDANOVIC President, Belgrade Town Planners Association, Belgrade


 Dr. Ruzica Bogdanovi holds BSc, Specialization, MS and Ph.D. in Urban and Spatial Planning from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia (Serbia).
1969 Dr. Bogdanovic obtained a BSc degree, with a thesis: "Preliminary Town Planning Design and a Detailed Plan for Reconstruction of Trstenik on Peljesac".
1969-1972 She worked first as a trainee and then as an architect in the design and construction company Invest Biro, on designing and implementing a number of architectural projects, town planning solutions, programs and competitions.
1973 She obtained a Specialization, with a research: "Elements for Urban Monograph of Pristina".
1978 She obtained a MSc degree, with a thesis: "Possibility of Semiological Research - Case Study of Belgrade, Investigating the Transformation of Traditional Heritage and its Participation in the Formation of the Contemporary City", at the University of Belgrade.
1975 She took up the position as Assistant in the Department for Urbanism and Traffic, at the Faculty of Transport in Belgrade, where she nowadays holds a Professorial position in Urbanism.
1987 She obtained her Ph.D., with a dissertation: "Streets - Structure and Typology: Case study of Belgrade Streets" at the University of Belgrade.
1995-2001 She has also taught Urbanism at the Faculty of Forestry, The University of Belgrade, both undergraduate and graduate courses.


President, Town Planners Association of Belgrade
Vice President, Serbian Town Planners Association
Member of Union of Architects of Serbia
Member of the Council, "For Serbia" (= project which deals with remodeling and greening the space of Serbia)


Published more than 100 scientific, scientific-technical and research papers, of which four textbooks and three monographs.
She is an editor in chief of the STPA (Serbian Town Planers Association) edition, as well as the urbanistic bulletin UrBS.


The book Streets, Structure and Typology was awarded on The Urbanistic Exhibition, 1994
The urbanistic bulletin URBS was awarded on The Urbanistic Exhibition, 1998
Project Sustainable Infrastructure Technical Systems: the Case Study of Tunel-bridge crossing in the Boka Kotorska Bay, Group of authors, member, was awarded on The Urbanistic Exhibition, 1999
Project of Re-cultivation and Space Arrangement of the Surface Clay Mining pit Garajevac-Zapad depression in Novi Becej, was awarded on The Urbanistic Exhibition, 2001
Serbian Town Planners Award for contribution in the field of professional development, 2002
Serbian Town Planners Award 'Emilijan Josimovic' for contribution in the field of professional development and life work, 2003
Serbian Town Planners Award '50 Years' for contribution in the field of professional development, 2005