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Naval Architect


Looking for a challenging job as a Naval Architect, where I can fully utilize my experience and further develop my engineering skills.


April 2007 – February 2009

Naval Architect/Mechanical Engineer, Engineer-In-Training (EIT)

“Robert Allan Ltd.” Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

Marine Design and Consulting Services

#210-1639 2nd West Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., V6J 1H3, Canada

Working on over 70 projects.

- Vessel Stability (working on final and preliminary stability books, various stability calculations and reports, according to different Classification Societies using GHS software. )

- Lines plans and Tank Plans (using FastShip and Maxsurf software to create vessel lines, making tank plan which satisfies client expectations and stability requirements as well as Classification Societies)

- Weight Estimate (estimating vessel weight from scratch, including all weight groups, from hull structure to the electrical equipment)

- Ship Structure (working on various structural drawings, including deckhouse, wheelhouse, bulwarks structure, fendering arrangement, etc.)

- Consulting Services (working on various interesting projects, tug refloating, deck cargo barge checking, barge grounding, tug escort analysis, etc.)

February 2009 – December 2009

Naval Architect, self-employment

- Lines Plans, Ship Stability, Ship Structure, 3D design

July 2002

Industrial placement

Shipyard “Beograd”, Savski nasip 7, 11070 Belgrade, Serbia

- Calculating elements of ship structures according to the Lloyd’s Register regulations

July 1998

Industrial placement

“Minel”, electric equipment and facilities, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

- Machinery engineering, organization and management of production.


2001- 2006 M. Sc. in Naval Architecture

Department of Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Belgrade, Serbia

GPA: 7.51/10

Thesis title: Project Of An Inland Container Ship

Focus on:

- Ship Design (course project included full design of a multipurpose ship - determination of main dimensions, calculation of weight groups, lines design, stability calculations, resistance and propulsion calculations, calculating elements of ship structure, general arrangement plan and pertaining documents)

- Ship Structures and Strength (course projects included calculating cross-sections of ship structure by means of conventional analytical procedures, calculating ship structure grids using Bubnov’s method, application of Finite Elements Method for the analysis of ship strength and use of Classification societies’ rules in ship structural design)

- Ship Resistance, Propulsion and Manoeuvring (course projects included resistance and propulsion calculations as well as propeller drawing based on Wageningen B-series)

1996- 2001 B. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Faculty, University of Belgrade, Serbia

GPA: 7.35/10

Focus on:

- Hydromechanics (course project included physical properties, static and kinematics of fluid flows, dynamics of non-viscous fluids, one-dimensional viscous flows; turbulent and laminar internal and external viscous fluid flows.)

- Pumps and Fans (course project included classification, energy balance, energy exchange, characteristics as per norms, HVAC, calculation procedure, coupling and regulations, pump types)


- Project of the General cargo and Container ship(Sea)

- Complete Project of the Container Ship(Sea)

- Project of a ship lines and 3D model of the Inland Container Ship for Danube river




- GHS (General HydroStatics)

- AutoCAD, Rhinoceros (3D) Fastship (3D) and Maxsurf (3D)

- Autoship (Autohydro, Model M.), NavCAD (basics)

- Web Design, and image editing (Photo Shop, Corel Draw)

- Microsoft Office, and variety of user and internet applications

- Windows (98, Me, XP)


- English, Serbian, French, Russian



“RINA” Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London, UK

- Associate Member

“SWE” The Society of Women Engineers

- Member

Vancouver, British Columbia,
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