Filip Simeski was born on December 3, 1994 in Skopje, Macedonia. He lived there for eighteen years before moving to Providence, RI to pursue his undergraduate studies in Engineering at Brown University. Filip started exhibiting his organizational and leadership abilities through various academic and extracurricular activities during high school. During this time, he was often awarded for his knowledge and skills at both national and international level. Since coming to Brown, Filip not only excels in his studies, but also has taken on numerous leadership positions in various student organizations both on- and off-campus. Most notably, he is one of the founders of the Macedonian Association at Brown University and was president of the Brown International Organization.
Filip works as Research Assistant to Prof. Keith Brown in the Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Institute for International and Public Affairs and as an Undergraduate Researcher in Prof. Jennifer Franck’s group in Computational Fluid Dynamics at Brown University School of Engineering. For his research work, Filip was awarded the Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Research and Teaching Award. After his graduation from Brown in May 2017, he hopes to go on to graduate school in Fluid Mechanics.