Ass. Vladimir Tanovski, MSc
He was born in 1990 in Bitola. Graduated from the Faculty of Forestry in Skopje in 2013 at the “Forestry” study program with a diploma thesis entitled “Structure and yield of Macedonian pine stands in National Park Pelister”, which earned him the title of graduate forestry engineer. In 2017 he publicly defended his master’s thesis entitled: “Development of Macedonian pine (Pinus peuce Gris.) stand in correlation to altitude in the National Park Pelister” and obtained the title of Master of Forestry. Since 2020 he has been enrolled in doctoral studies at the Institute for Lowland Forestry and Environment at the University of Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia.
After graduation he worked in several companies as a forestry engineer and participated in the planning and preparation of several forest management plans. 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 forest management and dendrometry and also for forest growth and yield.
He is employed at the Department of Forest management in 2020, as an assistant in the subject “Forest management and planning “. He is responsible for performing auditory and laboratory exercises on the subjects ” Forest management and planning “, “Dendrometry”, “Forest growth and yield” and “Multifunction forest management” and “Basics of forest management and planning”. Also, from 2021 is additionally engaged at the Department of Forest techniques and operations. Performs dendrochronology and dendroecology analyzes and makes analyzes for forest and tree growth in the laboratory for forest growth and yield, related to the teaching-educational and professional-applied work of the faculty.
Areas of his scientific research interest are the forest management, forest inventory, forest growth and yield, multifunctional management and planning of forest and the application of modern geometric techniques in the study of forest management and planning.