Dr. Marta Stojmanovska, is associate professor in the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (IZIIS), “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University Skopje, Republic of N. Macedonia. She currently leads the department of Natural and Technological Hazard and Ecology and as lecturer is involved in four subjects in the frames of the master and doctoral studies: Engineering seismology, Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology, Seismic hazard, risk and vulnerability, and Reliability of Structures. Her research field of interest includes: processing and analyzing of strong motion data records, definition of seismic design parameters, structural control and health monitoring based on the recorded acceleration data, earthquake resistant design of structures. Her doctoral studies were performed within the framework of international SEEFORM/DAAD Program under which she realized five months study stay in MPA Stuttgart, Germany in 2009.She has participated in several international projects: NATO SfP 977231 “Seismic Assessment and Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings”, Slovenian-Macedonian Project “Experimental and Numerical Research of Racking Strength of Massive Wooden Wall Panels”, DG-ECHO Project: Prevention and Preparedness Projects for Civil Protection and Marine Pollution call UCPM-2020-PP-AG, Learn to be Resilient — L2BR, bilateral and applicative projects as well as COST actions. During her professional career, she has attended a number of training courses and has realized study stays at Istanbul Technical University, Turkey (2004) and UL FGG, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2006). As author and/or co-author, she has published a number of papers in proceedings of domestic and international conferences, symposia, seminars and workshops, as well as scientific-applicative reports. In 2015, she was awarded the Macedonian Association of Structural Engineers award for contribution to science.