Branko Radulović was born on 10 July 1950 in Titograd, where he completed primary and grammar school. He graduated from the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Skopje in 1975,
obtained his MS degree at the Faculty for Materials and Metallurgy in Ljubljana in
1986 and his PhD degree at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade in 1989.
From 1976 to 1986, he worked at MZT – Skopje, at various management positions. During his stint as the director of that factory, it was pronounced the best industry organisation in SFRY and in 1986 it won the AVNOJ award.
From 1986 to 1990 he worked at the Institute for Technical Research in Podgorica, where he served as a science advisor and head of the Bureau for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy.
Since 1990, he has been working at the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology in Podgorica, where he was elected senior lecturer, associate professor and full professor for the following subjects: Heat treatment, Special metal materials, Surface engineering and Phase transformations. He served as the Head of the Department of Physical Metallurgy, Head of the Postgraduate studies and Vice President of the Senate of the University of Montenegro.
He is an author and co-author of more than 200 scientific papers, presented at prestigious conferences and congresses, and published in leading global scientific magazines from the SCI list, such as “Materials Science and Technology”, “Journal of Engineering and Performance”, “ISIJ International”, “Materials and Technologies”, and others. He participated in and managed more than 30 scientific research and development projects. He is an author and co-author of 5 university textbooks and holder of 3 patents. He was a mentor on a few dozen successfully defended graduate, MS and PhD thesis. He attended specialisations in Japan, England, Germany, Russia, Italy, Czech Republic, and other leading countries. In 2004, the International Bibliographic Centre in Cambridge awarded him for extraordinary results in the field of technical sciences and listed him as a leading world’s scientist.
Since 1990 he has been an active member of anti-war, anti-regime and pro-democratic block, by writing numerous texts, petitions and by participating in many gatherings. He was a high official of the Liberal Alliance of Montenegro (LSCG); He is one of the founders of the Group for Changes and Vice President of the Movement for Changes. He was an MP in the 23rd and 24th Parliament of Montenegro, Vice President of the Parliament of Montenegro, Deputy Chairperson of the Committee on European Integration and Foreign Affairs, member of the National Council for European Integration, and member of the Committee on International Relations and European Integration, and of the Commission for Monitoring and Control of the Privatisation Procedure, as well as Head of the MP Group of the Movement for Changes in the 24th Parliament.
In the 26th Parliament of Montenegro he is an MP of the Movement for Changes within the coalition Democratic Front.
He is married, wife Natka - architect, daughter Ljiljana - Specialist in neurology and a PhD student, and son Petar - MA in banking and a PhD student.