Dr Nevenka Rajic is a Professor at the Department of General and Inorganic Chemistry and Vice-Dean of the Faculty. Received in 1990 the PhD degree from the Faculty of Chemistry at Ljubljana University, Slovenia. Subjects of interest: Synthesis and characterization of porous oxide-based materials (zeolites, aluminosilicates, metallophosphates), nano-ferrites and transition metal complexes. The author of more than 70 scientific papers, the most published in high-ranking journals. Participant or menager of several projects - fundamental research projects, bilateral and Eureka.
Dr Branko Bugarski is Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering. Born 1958. Obtained BS at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy at the University of Belgrade 1983. Received M.Sc. degree the Iowa State University USA in 1986. Between 1988. And 1989 as a part of PhD program worked at the Queens University Canada and obtained PhD degree in 1992. Between 1992 and 1994 worked as a postdoc fellow at the Queens University, Canada. Visiting scholar during 1998 at the Oregon State University and MIT, USA. Subjects of interest: Micro encapsulation of cell, immobilized bioreactor systems and application of nanoparticles in medicine and pharmacy.
Dr Vesna Radojevic is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Department of Materials Engineering. She received her MSc degree in 1991 and PhD degree in 2001. The scope of her research work was in Material engineering: Crystal Growth: The influence of the process parameters on the quality of crystals, Engineering of composite materials, Characterisation and investigation of advanced materials.
Dr Rada Petrovic is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Inorganic Chemical Technology. She was born in 1965. She graduated 1989, received M.Sc. degree in 1994 and Ph. D. degree in 2001. at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade. She is working in the field of processing, characterization and applications of ceramic materials, synthesis and characterization of adsorbents and in the investigation of surface and sorption properties of materials.
Dr Aleksandra Perić-Grujić is an Associate Professor and Vice-Dean at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Dept. of Analytical Chemistry and Quality Control, was born in 1966 in Belgrade. She graduated in 1990. at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade. In 1992. she spent six months with the research at the Dept. of Chemistry and Dept. of Biochemistry, University College Swansea, U.K. (TEMPUS-project). Master's degree obtained in 1993. at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, with the thesis entitled "Cyclic Nucleotide Analysis and Identification from their Salt Solutions by FAB Mass Spectrometry". PhD. degree obtained in 1998 at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, with the thesis entitled "Mass Spectrometric Investigation of Glassy Carbon Surface Chemistry by Temperature-programmed Desorption". The research was accomplished at the Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinča" in Belgrade, Dept. of Physical Chemistry. Areas of research: water pollutants and water analysis, carbon materials, mass spectrometry.
Dr Jelena Miladinovic is an Associate Professor at the Department of Inorganic Chemical Technology. She was born in 1964. She graduated at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade in 1989. where she received M. Sc. Degree in 1993 and Ph.D at the 2003. Subject of her scientific interest are: chemical thermodynamics, thermodynamics of multicomponent solutions, phase transformation phenomena and crystallization in glasses.
Dr Srdjan Pejanović is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Department of Chemical Engineering. He received his MSc degree in 1977 and PhD in 1992 at the University of Belgrade. Among other, his professional interests and projects were related to the design process and device for continuous manufacturing of carbon fibers and prepregs. He also designed a plant for manufacture of carbon fabrics for sorption and thermoinsulation purposes. He was visiting researcher in several terms at the Othmer-Jacobs Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York
Dr Melina Kalagasidis Krušić is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy. Graduated at Department of Organic Chemical Technology, at Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade University in 1999. Received M.Sc. degree in 2003 and Ph.D. degree in 2006 at the same Faculty. In 1997, as a part of student exchange programme (IAESTE), worked at Technical University of Budapest, Hungary.
Mr Lynne Katsikas (maiden name: TEASDALE) is a researcher at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, born in Bradford, UK. British nationality. Awarded a B.A. (Chemistry) from the University of York, 1968 and a M.Sc. 1971 (Polymer and Fibre Science. Five years industrial experience working in the research and development laboratories of Unilever (hair and skin products), Permutit Co. Ltd (London) and Permutit GmbH (Berlin) (both ion exchange resins), which was followed by 12 years employment in the Hahn Meitner Institute GmbH (HMI), Berlin working in the fields of radiation damage to biomacromolecules, X-ray lithography and nano-sized semiconductor particles (1979 - 1991). From 1991 until present, guest scientist at the Faculty of Technology, Belgrade, specializing in the fields of itaconic acid-based polymers and the thermal degradation of polymers in general, with yearly visits to the HMI from 1991 - 1996 and Hamburg University in 1995. These studies resulted in the publication of 1 Patent, 1 monograph and over 70 scientific papers, which were cited over 1200 times (excluding self citations).