Petar Stanojević

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PhD Petar Stanojević began his professional career in 1989 in military service, and since 1994, he joined the teaching staff of the Military Technical Academy as an assistant, and later as an associate professor. He obtained his doctorate from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade. Currently, he is engaged at the Faculty of Security at the University of Belgrade as a full professor.

PhD Petar Stanojević has extensive experience in academic institutions in the field of strategic management, project management, risk management, work organization, industrial engineering, management, industrial and military logistics.

He enhanced his professional skills through positions in leading roles in energy companies, primarily at NIS (Director of Development and Investment) and Jugopetrol (Acting Director), as well as in several smaller companies both domestically and internationally.

He also held positions in the Ministry of Mining and Energy, as well as in the Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Infrastructure.

Since 2019, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for International Politics and Economics, and from April 2021 to March 2023, he was a member of the Supervisory Board of the Public Company "Electric Power Industry of Serbia".

He is a corresponding member of the Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia.

His particular areas of interest are energy, logistics, and risk management.

All Sessions by Petar Stanojević

15:30 - 16:30
Grand Hall

Innovation - Friendly Ecosystem: Potential and Key Ingredients

Discussion will address main components and success factors in building innovation ecosystems: 1) the role of government (national and local level) and policy making with specific reflections on smart specialization strategies; 2) importance of developing and supporting R&D and in particular fostering entrepreneurial mindset and technology transfer modalities; 3) start up support organizations and their tailored services to fit context and local ecosystem needs; 4) nurturing start up communities and culture including collaboration with multinational corporations through open innovations as a key innovation engine.

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