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Born on Dec. 22 1958 in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, he completed his B.Sc. in physics in 1981 at the Institute of Physics at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia (with Prof. M. Nikolić). After 2 years of graduate study at the Department of Physics of the University of Zagreb, Yugoslavia (with Prof. S. Pallua), he transferred to the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he earned his Ph.D. in physics in 1987 (with Prof. J. C. Pati).
He participated in dozens of spring- and summer schools and workshops, often as an invited lecturer: he has given over 90 invited lectures, around the World. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses at the Physics Department of Howard University since fall 1992, where he has received tenure in 1997. His research has been supported by various granting agencies, including the continuous funding by The US Department of Energy since 1994; his efforts in improving physics education are supported by the The US Department of Education (MSEIP), since 1996–2002. His professional publications include over 100 research articles and two books. His steadily waxing and waning research group by now includes thirteen members and alumni.