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prohaska sajtProfessor Dr. Stevan J. Prohaska, Civil Engineer

Professor Dr. Stevan J. Prohaska was born on 13 May 1944 in Orlovat, Serbia.

He attended high school first in Zrenjanin and then in Sremska Mitrovica, where he graduated in 1962. He obtained his engineering degree in from the University of Belgrade, School of Civil Engineering/Hydraulic Engineering Department in 1967, and his master's degree from the Leningrad Hydrometeorological Institute in 1974. He received his PhD from the University of Zagreb, School of Civil Engineering College in 1980.  Dr. Prohaska  specialized in hydrology in Wallingford, England in 1982.  

Dr. Prohaska first worked as Associate Researcher at the Federal Hydrometeorological Institute, from 1967 to 1972. He then joined JCI and worked as Researcher (1972), Senior Researcher (1974), Lead Researcher (1976), Research Associate (1980), Senior Scientific Associate (1985), and Scientific Advisor (1989). From 1982 to 1985, Dr. Prohaska held the position of Managing Director of the Department of River Engineering, and has been the Managing Director of the Department of Scientific Research and Information Technology since 2007.

Dr. Prohaska was appointed Docent in Hydrology at the University of Belgrade, School of Mining & Geology in 1982, Associate Professor in 1985, and Full Professor in 1991.  He currently teaches Hydrology I and Hydrology II at the University of Niš, School of Civil Engineering and Architecture.

Dr. Prohaska has authored some 300 scientific and technical publications presented in professional journals and at Serbian and international conferences, symposia, and seminars. He is author of: "A Hydrological Monograph Follow-up, Volume IV: Coincidence of Flood Flow of the Danube River and its Tributaries”, and co-author of numerous other international monographs in the area of hydrology of the Danube River Basin.  He has also written and published six major textbooks on hydrology.  

Dr. Prohaska's main areas of expertise include hydrology and hydrological forecasting.  He has managed or actively participated in over 100 research projects and studies in the areas of: Hydrology, Water Management, Road Infrastructure, Water Supply, Flood Protection, and River Training.

 
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