Dušan Ignjatović (1969) Architect (1996), PhD (2016) University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture.
Assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture and visiting professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Kosovska Mitrovica, visiting professor at Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica (2009-10)
His professional and scientific interests are related to design, energy efficiency, green building design and refurbishment. He holds professional license for design (2003), ITC Level 1 (2006), LEED GA (2010) and Energy efficiency (2012)
As expert and researcher he has been involved in numerous national and international scientific and professional projects: EE in Public buildings project (2016-17) as (GIZ), Horizon 2020 EmBuild project (2016-19) as researcher, ERASMUS + KLABS project (2015-18) as researcher, IEE project EPISCOPE (2013-2016) and IEE TABULA project (2009-2012) as coordinator of national team.
His expertise in Building typology and energy efficiency has enabled him active participation as invited speaker and lecturer in numerous national and international professional trainings, workshops and symposiums.
He was part of the working group that has developed sub-law regulations in the field of energy efficiency in 2011 and participates as lecturer and examiner at the course for EE license at the Serbian Chamber of Engineers from 2012.
Recent publications include national monographs: Seeing Energy (with M. Jovanović Popović, 2011), Atlas of Family Housing in Serbia (with the group of authors, 2012), Atlas of Multifamily Housing in Serbia (with the group of authors, 2013), National Typology of Residential Buildings in Serbia (with the group of authors, 2013), Use-Re-Use: New Belgrade (publication presented at Venice Biennale 2014), He is the author of numerous papers in international and national scientific journals, oral presentations and papers in international conference proceedings etc.
He has designed numerous buildings (27 constructed) covering great variety of programs, in various cultural and climatic conditions (Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Serbia, Montenegro, Russia, Greece). His practice was presented in more than 24 group exhibitions with international selection and 3 author exhibitions. He holds numerous entries and awards in international and national architectural design competitions.