She graduated from the Department of Electronics and Computer Science, where she earned her bachelor’s degree from the Program in Microcomputing Electronics in 2013, and her MSc from the Measurement Systems Program in 2016. She was appointed to the position of a Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Technical Science, the Electrical Measuring Program, the Department of Energetics, Electronics, and Telecommunications. In 2018, she defended her master’s thesis in the Applied Mathematics concentration and graduated from the Master’s Program in Mathematics in Technical Sciences at the Faculty of Technical Science. Currently, she is a doctorate candidate in the PhD Program in Energetics, Electronics, and Telecommunications. Her dissertation advisor is Dr. Dragan Pejić, associate professor in the Department of Energetics, Electronics, and Telecommunications. Her research interests are focused on Electrical Measuring, Metrology, and Biomedicine. She has been an active participant and collaborator in the international scientific Erasmus + program since 2017.