Mr. Lovro Marković was born on January 16th, 1996 in Zagreb, Croatia. He attended the Zagreb High-School known as the 15th Gymnasium. In 2017 he completed the bachelor course of study in Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies and graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the University of Zagreb (hereafter: FER). During his bachelor and master studies Lovro was a representative of the students of FER with the Student Body of Faculty of the University of Zagreb. In 2017 Lovro enrolled in the university graduate program in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at FER and spent his academic year 2017/2018 as an exchange student at the German University “Karlsruhe Institute for Technology”. In the time from 2018 to 2019 Lovro was employed as a co-worker with the Light Technology Institute at the KIT. In January 2018 he completed the trainee program in the European Parliament. In February and March 2019 Lovro completed a two-month-long scientific trainee program at the Fraunhofer Institut for Physics of the Solid State in Freiburg, Germany. Lovro graduated from the FER in 2020. His thesis was: “Optimization of the Structure of Germanium Photodetectors with a Layer of Amorphous Boron”. Lovro Marković won the Dean’s Award of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology for his ranking at the admission of the course of study as well as several awards for the startup innovations. Since September 2019 he is employed and works as a teacher of technical culture and physics in a primary school. In March 2020 he got the position of the assistant with the Institute for Electronics, Microelectronics, Computer and Intelligent Systems at the Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology within the scope of the HRZZ Project “Next-generation Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits for the Internet-of-Things Era”.
Areas of scientific and technical interest of Mr. Lovro Marković include the analysis, simulation and optimization of semiconducting electronic elements, research work on characteristics of new materials for electronic and optoelectronic elements but solar cells as well.