Ph.D. Dissertation: “Numerical Analysis of Dielectric Bodies of Arbitrary Shape and Inhomogeneity in the Electromagnetic Field,” University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, School of Electrical Engineering, December 21, 1995. Committee: Prof. Branko Popovic (advisor), Prof. Nikolaos Uzunoglu [National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece], Prof. Momcilo Dragovic, Prof. Antonije Djordjevic, and Prof. Branko Kolundzija.
M.S. Thesis: “Method of Gradual Increase of Medium Parameters for Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields in Inhomogeneous Media,” University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, School of Electrical Engineering, February 21, 1992. Committee: Prof. Branko Popovic (advisor), Prof. Momcilo Dragovic, and Prof. Antonije Djordjevic. Winner of the 1992 Belgrade Chamber of Industry and Commerce Best M.S. Thesis Annual Award.