| Milan Milutinovic, MIT alumnus Version: 2007.7.10.a
Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Dalmatinska 55, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA June 2006
Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering; Major in Environmental Engineering.
Thesis: “Water Demand Management in Kuwait”,
Team Project: “Sustainable Water Resources for Kuwait”
Relevant coursework: Water and Wastewater Treatment Engineering, Water Quality Control, Groundwater Hydrology,
Chemicals in the Environment: Fate and Transport, Waste Containment and Remediation Technologies
University of Belgrade, Department of Civil Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia (a 5-year degree) Nov. 2004
B.S. Civil Engineering; Major in Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering.
Thesis: “Application of the Water Quality Model, Qual2E, on evaluating the condition of the Topcider River in Serbia.”
Relevant coursework: Municipal Hydraulic Engineering 1&2, Water Quality, Environmental Engineering, River
Engineering, Hydraulic Structures, Water Power Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage, Water Resource Systems
Staff Member Sep. 2006-present
Design, engineering, and consulting in environmental and hydraulic engineering, for foreign and domestic market.
Oman - Wastewater project in Ruwi: Mathematical modeling of the sewerage system with model calibration
Serbia - General solution of Belgrade sewerage system, up to 2021, Phase 1
Serbia - Preliminary Design and Feasibility Study for WWTP Veliko Selo, Belgrade
Serbia - Preliminary design and Feasibility Study for WWTP Cerevic
Serbia - Environmental revitalization of lake “Jezero” in Zlatibor
Serbia - Preliminary design and Feasibility Study for water supply, sewerage and WWTP for Ribnica
MIT, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sep. 2005-May 2006
Thesis: Adaptation of water demand models described in the literature to Kuwait and simulations of the influences that
various pricing schemes would have on demand. Proposed a pricing schedule to address the immense water demand.
Results showed that the proposed pricing schedule would decrease the demand by around 35%.
Team Project: Besides water demand management, options for improving the water supply in Kuwait were studied, including desalination, importation, water reuse, rainfall harvesting, aquifer and surface storage.
Energoprojekt, Belgrade, Serbia Nov. 2004-Aug. 2005
Department for Public Utilities and Sanitary Engineering;
Junior Design Engineer:
for a total of about 1500 households. Focus on: site configuration, hydraulic modeling, reservoirs,
elevation zones, pipe sizing, and pump stations. System planed to be constructed in the near future.
Cyprus - Studied improvements of the potable water distribution system in Peyia, Cyprus. Provided solutions
for site configuration, undersized pipelines, reservoir capacities, elevation zones, and pressure reducing valves.
Coauthor of a VBA program that has several applications in Sanitary Engineering.
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA July 2003
“Construction of an Excel-VBA Program that has several applications in Solar Irradiance Research”.
AutoCAD, Excel, Visual Basic for Applications, InfoWorks, WaterCAD, SewerCAD, Wesnet, Qual2E, Feflow, EPA Help Model.
Presentations at International Conferences:
August 2003: “A Survey of Water-Engineering-Oriented Datamining Applications for the Internet,”
by I. Toskov, M. Milutinovic; The International SSGRR-2003s Conference, L’Aquila, Italy, July – August 2003
January 2003: “A Survey of Web-Based Sources of Information about Water and Environmental Engineering,”
by Milutinovic Milan; The International SSGRR-2003w Conference, L’Aquila, Italy, January 2003 (www.ssgrr.it).
1990-Present: Sailing, Silver medal at the state championship of Montenegro in 1995, Class 470
1989 -1997: Waterpolo for the Belgrade Sports Club, bronze medal at the 1996 championship of Yugoslavia