Dr Milovan Savic is a Research Fellow at Swinburne University’s Social Innovation Research Institute and Centre for Social Impact. He is also involved with Swinburne’s ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision Making and Society at Swinburne.
Milovan is an experienced qualitative researcher, with expertise in the social issues related to digital participation and inclusion, digital innovation and social connection. He completed his PhD in Media and Communications, with a focus on the family dynamics surrounding children’s use of digital and social media.
His contribution to this field significantly expanded the current understanding of how technology is domesticated and regulated in the context of households and provided nuanced and rigorous evidence of everyday practices in the application of digital technologies.
Recently, he has worked as a Social Research Analyst for the City of Boroondara where he led research and community engagement activities involving varying demographic groups including youth, elderly, recent migrants and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
An avid advocate for empowering youth voices in policy design and development, Milovan has facilitated a range of research projects regarding youth, technology and the interplay between the two.
Milovan is passionate about translating academic research into practical, tangible outcomes to inform responses to complex social issues in the community and has dedicated his career to enhancing outcomes across the not for profit, education and government sectors.Back to Our People