Nikola Tošić graduated as a Civil Engineer in 2010 from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia where he also obtained his Master’s degree in Civil Engineering 2011. He completed his doctoral dissertation at the same institution in 2018 under the supervision of prof. Snežana Marinković, on the topic of time-dependent behaviour of reinforced concrete elements made with recycled and waste materials. After completing his doctoral dissertation, Nikola worked as assistant professor at the University of Belgrade, Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, U.S. and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.
Nikola’s research is focused on the use of recycled products in new concrete production, the use of innovative reinforcements (such as fiber reinforcement and fiber reinforced polymer rebar), time-dependent concrete behavior, reliability of structural concrete design and design code development. Nikola is a member of two working groups focusing on the Eurocode 2 revision as well as Convener of the fib Task Group 4.7 “Structural Applications of Recycled Aggregate Concrete.”