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Darja Cvetković
darja [dot] cvetkovic [at] scl [dot] rs
  • Born: 30 June 1995, Paraćin, Serbia
  • Master student at SCL from October 2019 to September 2020
  • PhD student at SCL since November 2020
  • Advisor: Dr. Marija Mitrović Dankulov
Research interests:
  • Statistical physics of biological and socio-economic complex systems
  • Complex network theory
Education
  • 2020-present PhD studies in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics
  • 2019-2020 MSc in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics
  • 2014-2019 BSc in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics



d_cvetkovic_temp-h187  
Marija Šindik
marija [dot] sindik [at] scl [dot] rs
  • Born: 1997, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Master student at SCL from October 2019 to September 2020
  • PhD student at SCL since November 2020
  • Advisor: Dr. Antun Balaž
Research interests:
  • Dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates
Education
  • 2020-present PhD studies in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics
  • 2019-2020 MSc in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics
  • 2015-2019 BSc in Physics, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics



v_jankovic-h187 Curriculum Vitae

Publications:
- Papers
- Proceedings

Teaching

Topic for MSc Thesis
 
Veljko Janković
Assistant Research Professor
PhD 2018, University of Belgrade
veljko [dot] jankovic [at] scl [dot] rs
  • Born: September 23, 1990 in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
Education
2014-2018   PhD studies, University of Belgrade-Faculty of Physics
Thesis advisor: Nenad Vukmirović
2013-2014   MSc in Physics University of Belgrade-Faculty of Physics
Thesis advisor: Nenad Vukmirović
2009-2013   BSc in Physics University of Belgrade-Faculty of Physics

International Activities
  • Collaboration with the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
    • Molecular Open Quantum Systems group (PI Dr Tomáš Mančal)
    • theory and simulation of photoinduced energy transfer in natural and artificial systems
  • COST Action MP1406 “MultiscaleSolar”
    • years active 2015-2019

Participation in Research Projects
  • National Project ON171017 “Modeling and Numerical Simulations of Complex Many-Particle Systems”
    • participation since November 2014
  • European Commission FP7 Project “Electronic Transport in Organic Materials” (ELECTROMAT)
    • participation from October 2013 to August 2015
    • principal investigator: Dr Nenad Vukmirović

Languages
  • English (proficient user)
  • Italian (independent user)
  • Czech (basic user)

Teaching
  • External collaborator (at the level of junior teaching assistant) at the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade
    • 2019/20 Condensed Matter Physics (Theoretical Branch)
    • 2014/15-2018/19 Quantum Statistical Physics
      • lecturers: Doc. Dr Mihajlo Vanević, Prof. Dr Milan Knežević, and Dr Milica Milovanović
    • 2013/14 Theoretical Mechanics
      • lecturer: Prof. Dr Sunčica Elezović-Hadžić

Scholarships and Prizes
2019   Student prize of the Institute of Physics Belgrade for the best doctoral thesis defended in 2018
2014   Prize "Prof. dr Ljubomir Ćirković" for the best master thesis defended at the Faculty of Physics
2012   Prize "Prof. dr Đorđe Živanović" for the best third-year students of physics
2013-2015   Ministry of Youth and Sports
2009-2013   National Foundation for Development of Science and Art Youth


Outreach
  • Member of the National High-School-Physics Competitions Committee
    • years active 2012/13, 2015/16–2017/18
    • one of the authors of theoretical problems proposed to the final-year high-school students
    • one of the leaders of the Serbian national team at The 49th International Physics Olympiad (Lisbon, Portugal, July 2018)
    • one of the leaders of the Serbian national team at The 48th International Physics Olympiad (Jogjakarta, Indonesia, July 2017)
    • one of the leaders of the Serbian national team at The 5th Romanian Master of Physics (Bucharest, Romania, February 2016)
     
  m_dasic-h187 Curriculum Vitae

Publications:
- Papers
- Proceedings
Mobility and Training
 
Miljan Dašić
Assistant Research Professor
PhD 2019, University of Belgrade
miljan [dot] dasic [at] scl [dot] rs

  • Born: November 3, 1990 in Paraćin, Republic of Serbia
  • Currently postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic)
Education
2014-2019   PhD in Physics – Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade
Thesis advisor: Dr Igor Stanković (Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia)
2013-2014   MSc in Electrical Engineering - Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
Thesis advisor: Dr Igor Stanković (Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia)
2009-2013   BSc in Electrical Engineering - Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
Thesis advisor: Prof. Dr Miloš A. Popović (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

Internships:
  • SciTech programme, August 2009, Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) in Haifa (Israel)
  • UREKA (Undergraduate Research Experience Knowledge Award) programme, June - August 2011, Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork in Cork (Ireland)
  • Visiting undergraduate research assistant, June - October 2012, Nanophotonic Systems Laboratory, University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder (USA)
  • IAESTE programme, August - October 2013, Lappeenranta University of Technology in Lappeenranta (Finland)
international Activities
  • Postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic)
  • COST actions MP1303 (Understanding and Controlling Nano and Mesoscale Friction) and MP1305 (Flowing matter)
  • Bilateral Serbian – French project under the framework of programme Pavle Savić 2014: Self Assembly of Magnetic Hard-Spheres - Effects of Magnetic Field and Confinement
  • Visiting researcher (October 2015 – April 2016) in the company Toyota Motor Europe (Technical Center, Advanced Technology Division) in Zaventem (Belgium)
Participation in Research Projects
  • National Project ON171017 “Modeling and Numerical Simulations of Complex Many-Particle Physical Systems” (participation since November 2014)
  • Collaboration with the company Toyota Motor Europe in the field of computational nanotribology of ionic liquids (October 2015 – January 2019)
Selected Awards:
  • “Best paper award” at IEEESTEC conference - Faculty of Electronics, University of Niš, November 27th 2014, Niš, Serbia
  • “Best paper award” at IEEESTEC conference - Faculty of Electronics, University of Niš, November 29th 2012, Niš, Serbia
  • 3rd place at team competition in business start-up ideas, Academy of Modern Management(AMM), 11-14 December 2012, Belgrade, Serbia
  • 2nd place in Case Study section at Local Engineering Competition(LEC), 11-12 March, 2012, Belgrade, Serbia
Outreach
  • Member of the National High School Physics Competitions Committee (school years of 2016/2017 and 2017/2018)
  • Senior lecturer of the Physics Seminar for high school students at Petnica Science Center
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Aleksandar Bukva
aleksandar [dot] bukva [at] scl [dot] rs
  • Born: May 20, 1994 in Kikinda, Serbia
  • Master student at SCL from October 2017
  • Advisor: Dr. Milica Milovanović
Education
  • 2017 - present MSc in Physics, University of Belgrade
  • 2013-2017 BSc in Physics, University of Belgrade
Research and teaching
  • New approaches for boosting to uniformity 2015 JINST 10 T03002
    Published 30 March 2015 • © CERN 2015
  • Developing novel numerical field solver for Maxwell’s equations
    Dresden, Germany, July-September 2016
  • Junior Associate at Petnica Science Center, Valjevo, Serbia 2014 - present
Awards
  • September 2015 Award for the best technical paper at the University of Belgrade, New approaches for boosting to uniformity
Languages
  • English
Selected publications