ABOUT US

CEUS is a professional association of architects and urban planners devoted to multidisciplinary research, innovation and development. We aim at enhancing inter-institutional and trans-disciplinary cooperation and stimulating synergies in an urban environment.

Individually, we have built a sound knowledge base and substantial know-how in the planning and management of EU funded projects. We have had strong international exposure which resulted in a wide professional network across countries and continents and profound working experience in Serbian and European contexts.

Our Team

Ana is a licensed architect and urban planning professional form Serbia, with M.Sc. degree in International Cooperation and Urban Development (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany) and MA in Development Economics and International Co-operation (University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, Italy). As an architect, she worked in Spain (urban plans of special heritage protection), Serbia (housing projects with project coordination and management) and Cyprus (a project of the New Nicosia Town Hall Complex). In the field of urban development, she gained experience in preparation and management of research and development projects for FP7 and CIP IEE frameworks with ISINNOVA – Italy, for GEF with the UNDP Serbia and for IPA projects working for the Ministry of Construction and Urban Planning. She was a member of two Sector Working Groups for Programming and Monitoring of EU funds (Transport and Environment) and of four Negotiating Groups for the accession of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union (Transport, Trans-European Networks, Regional Policy and Coordination of Structural Instruments and Environment). She was a Head of Strategic Planning Section of the Ministry for Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, a Disaster Risk Reduction Associate of the UNDP Serbia and consultant for several research associations. [ ana.mitic-radulovic@ceus.rs ]
Marija is a researcher of modern architecture, especially in the area of socialist heritage: memorial monuments and local community centres. She was involved in various projects regarding modern architectural heritage and the most important was the EU funded project on industrial heritage: Technical assistance for the establishment of the Regional Cultural Heritage Centre in Senjski Rudnik old mine.  [  marija.martinovic@ceus.rs ]
Ksenija is a professor of urban planning at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade and a visiting professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Kraljevo at the department for urban management. Her professional engagement is focused on urban planning and sustainable development planning, in particular in collaborative methods, techniques and tools based on ICT. As an expert in the area of information support for planning and management of local development, she was engaged as a member of the team of the Green Regulation project of Belgrade (2001-2003); head of the Development of the Information System of the Urban Planning Institute of Belgrade’s Program (2003-2005); UN-HABITAT’s national consultant in the design and implementation of the Settlement and Integration of Refugees Program (2003-2009); FGM AMOR’s Lead Partner in PARAMOUNT EU FP6 project on Sustainable Surface Transport (2006-2009); the Ministry of Environment’s consultant for the purpose of developing the Spatial Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia and the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia in the field of improvement of information support to spatial planning (2010) and 100 RC Resilient Belgrade’s consultant (2016). Ksenija is also the winner of numerous awards at national and international exhibitions, such as the 1st prize in the category of application of ICT tools in urban planning at the 16th International Urban Planning Salon in Nis for TIS pilot within UN HABITAT SIRP Program (2007). [ ksenija.lalovic@ceus.rs ]
Jasna holds a PhD in Architecture/Urban Planning and Specialist degree in Urban Regeneration from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. Her research interests lie in the area of urban regeneration and industrial heritage. She has completed Post-Doc research at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (2018), and did academic research at Karl-Franzens University of Graz (2012/2013), Czech Technical University (2012) and University of Leeds (2010). She has been working as a map designer and scientific illustrator since 2013. [ jasna.cizler@ceus.rs ]

CLEVER Cities

CLEVER Cities if the first Horizon 2020 project for the City of Belgrade and CEUS as its local supporting partner. This project gathers 34 institutions across countries and continents, to develop nature-based solutions for urban regeneration in Hamburg, London and Milan, and replicate those solutions in urban planning in Belgrade, Madrid, Malmo, Larissa, Sfantu George and Quito, Ecuador.

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