Dr Milos Radonjic is the Associate research professor at the Institute of Physics Belgrade, at the University of Belgrade in Serbia. After defending his PhD thesis at the same institution in 2014, he went for a postdoc at the Institute of Physics in Augsburg, Germany under the supervision of prof. Dieter Vollhardt and prof. Liviu Chioncel. He also spent a few months on research visits at Florida State University (USA) and a shorter research visit at National Physical Laboratory (UK). Dr Radonjic participated in many national and international projects and was a PI of a bilateral project with Germany. He established broad international cooperation (Germany, USA, UK, Switzerland, Russia, Spain, China, Republic of Korea, and Taiwan). Dr Radonjic holds expertise in theoretical material science, especially in strongly correlated (disordered) electron systems, electron and transport properties and lattice dynamics. During his early career, he significantly expanded his knowledge in many international schools: Simons Collaboration Summer School, NY, SAD 2016, SPICE-Workshop, Germany 2015, Autumn School on Correlated Electrons, Julich, Germany 2013, Les Houches Doctoral training, France 2012, Theory Winter School, NHMFL, USA 2012, Autumn-School Handson LDA+DMFT, Julich, Germany, 2011, Advanced School in High Performance and GRID Computing, ICTP, Italy, 2009, European School on Magnetism 2009, Romania, 2009.