Filip Bogdanović was born August 20th in Našice, Croatia. He finished primary and secondary education in Našice. In 2015, he enrloed in his studies in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing at the University of Zagreb. He recived bachelor and masters degree in 2018 and 2020, respectively. His student work was focused on RF communications, microelectronics, semiconductor technology, optoelectronics. As a student he took part in FERSAT project (first qubesat bulit by Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing), where he worked on developing of high sensitivity UV light detector circiuit for measurement of Ozone layer thickness from space. He presented his work at FERSAT project at ICECOM Satellite Workshop, 2019. He was employed as student intern by A1 Hrvatska in 2018 and by Hrvatski Telekom in 2019 and 2020, both in departmens for mobile network communication infrastructure.
As of October 2020, he is employed as a Research and Teaching Assistant with the Department of Electronics, Microelectronics, Computer and Intelligent Systems. His research work is focused on design and optimization of highly efficient power amplifiers in advanced horizontal current bipolar technology (HCBT).