Mario Krnić, PhD, full professor, was born on August 15, 1974, in Split, Croatia. He got his BSc degree in 1997 (study programme of theoretical mathematics), MSc degree in 2000 and PhD degree in 2004 from the Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb. He had worked at the Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb, from February 1998 to May 2006 as an assistant. In May 2006, he started to work at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing at the Section for Applied Mathematics as an assistant professor. He became associate professor in 2011 and full professor in 2017. He teaches undergraduate course Probability and Statistics and graduate courses Discrete mathematics and Fourier analysis on Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He is a member of the Croatian Mathematical Society. He has participated in the work of the following research projects: • Inequalities and applications, project of Croatian science foundation (5435), Faculty of Textile Technology, Zagreb, 2014-now, project leader: academician Josip Pečarić • Estimates for sums, integrals and integral transformations, project of Ministry of Science, Education and Sports RH (0361054), Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, 2007-2014, project leader: Professor Neven Elezović • Discrete mathematics and applications, project of Ministry of Science, Education and Sports RH (037009), 1998-2006, project leader: Professor Darko Veljan Professor Mario Krnić is the author of 63 scientific papers published in mathematical journals and 52 of them are indexed in the Web of Science. He is cited 300 times in the MR Citation Database and he is cited 328 times in the Web of Science. In addition, his h-index is 10. His research is concentrated on mathematical inequalities in both real and operator case as well as their applications. Special topics of his research are refinements and converses of Jensen-type inequalities in both real and operator case. He speaks Croatian (native), English (fluent) and German (basic).