Mirko Dimitrovski

M. Sc. (Doctoral student)
Mirko Dimitrovski

ext. Professional Associate


MSc. Mirko Dimitrovski, graduated Civil Engineering at the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Skopje (2013). In the academic 2013/2014, he enrolled in the second cycle of International Post-graduate Studies that were held at the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (IZIIS). After graduating he enrolled as a doctoral student at the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology (IZIIS) at the University “St. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje” (2018-present), with the narrow area of research in seismic hazard. Since 2013 he works as an external associate at the Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Seismology, from 2013-2018 at the Department of Construction of Materials and Materials and from 2018-2021 at the Department of Risk, Disaster Management and Strategic Planning. Since 2013 he has been actively participating in several scientific research and applicative projects, such as INFRA-NAT (783298) – UCPM-2017-PP-AG – Increased Resilience of Critical Infrastructure to Natural and Human-Induced Hazards, Experimental determination of the dynamic characteristics of the church “St. George” in Kurbinovo, Experimental definition of the dynamic characteristics of the church “St. George” in Staro Nagoricani, Conceptualization and formation of an integral harmonized base of accelerometers registered in the period 1975-2016 and digital (GURALP CMG-5TD / TC) UKIM-IZIIS networks for registration of strong earthquakes, Fast Methodology for Estimation of Resonant Condition Potential, Case Study: Novo Lisiche Settlement in Skopje, Design Associate in designing the new clinical center in Skopje, Upgrading of the information system of the Municipality of Karpos with new attributes for recording and monitoring of seismic stability and safety of the existing buildings on the territory of the Municipality of Karpos GIS environment, Report IZIIS 2013-47, Researcher-Associate, Measurement of ambient vibrations on the Clock Tower of the Sultan Murat Mosque in Skopje, etc. During his career he participated in several missions to determine the safety of buildings damaged by earthquakes (Skopje 2016; Ohrid 2017) and floods (Skopje 2016). During his scientific and professional career, he participated in the training program of the German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ) Potsdam, Germany (2019). He has published several scientific papers at national and international conferences and journals. He is a member of the Macedonian Earthquake Engineering Association (MAEE) and the Chamber of Certified Engineers and Architects (KOAI).