Nikola Mišković is an associate professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing where he teaches control engineering related courses and serves as the Head of the Faculty Centre for Research Support. He is a project coordinator of H2020 “EXCELLABUST – Excelling LABUST in Marine Robotics”, FP7 “CADDY – Cognitive Autonomous Diving Buddy”, H2020 FET LaunchPad project “aPad” and ONR-G projects related to marine robotics. He was a coordinator of a number of national funded projects. He is currently also involved in H2020 “subCULTron” project. He is the author of 2 book chapters and more than 50 papers in journals and international conferences. His research interests include mathematical modelling, cooperative guidance, control and navigation of marine vessels (surface and underwater), nonlinear control theory and its applications in marine robotics. He serves as the “Breaking the Surface” workshop Programme Chair. In 2015 he received Annual state prize for science awarded by the Croatian Parliament.