Marko Pavlovic is assistant professor of Steel and Composite Structures focusing on high performance reusable structural components through experiments and Finite Element Modelling. He investigates hybrid FRP and steel structures on the laminate level and on the level of structural components and their joints. His background is in design and research of steel-concrete hybrid beams, high strength steel, joining techniques, bridge design and advanced structural analysis.
In addition to academic achievements he has more than 10 years of experience in cooperation with industry through consultancy on projects regarding buildings, bridges, carparks, wind turbine towers, etc. Marko teaches MSc courses on FRP Structures, Steel Bridges and collaborates on MSc courses on Fatigue, Steel Structures 2, Capita Selecta Steel and Aluminum Structures. He supervises BSc and MSc students in fields of FRP and steel, but also in steel-concrete and FRP-steel hybrid structures.
Assistant professor of Steel and Composite Structures, faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology
PhD, Steel and Composite Structures, University of Belgrade
BSc/MEng, Structural Engineering, University of Belgrade