Ass. Boris Najdovski, MSc
He was born in 1985 in Skopje. Graduated from the Faculty of Forestry in Skopje in 2012 at the “Landscaping and Improvement of the Environment” study program with a diploma thesis entitled “Forest plant communities on Vodno Mountain”, which earned him the title of graduate forestry engineer. In 2016 he publicly defended his master’s thesis entitled: “Analysis of the vegetation change of mountain pastures in the upper Bregalnica region” and obtained the title of Master of Forestry. Since 2017 he has been enrolled in doctoral studies at the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia.
After graduation he worked in several companies as a forestry engineer for landscape design and participated in the planning and implementation of several public, residential and private buildings. In parallel, as a professional associate, he participated in several scientific research projects and professional-applied activities at the faculty. Shows special interest in studying the soil as a natural-historical body, its properties and correlation with pasture and forest communities.
He is employed at the Department of Silviculture in 2020, as an assistant in the subject “Pedology with petrography”. He is responsible for performing auditory and laboratory exercises on the subjects ” Forest pedology with petrography”, “Plant nutrition”, “Amelioration of degraded forests and scrubs” and “High mountain ecosystems”. Performs pedological and other professional analyzes in the pedological laboratory, related to the teaching-educational and professional-applied work of the faculty.
Areas of his scientific research interest are the properties of soils, the content of organic matter in the soil, the cycle of nutrients in plants and the environment, the sequestration of carbon in the soil and the application of modern geometric techniques in the study of soils.