Dr. Slavica Savić (email@example.com)
Slavica Savić obtained her BSc degree in 2002 from the Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade. In 2009 she received her PhD degree in Materials in electronics, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad. From Jan. 2003-Sept. 2008 she worked at the Institute of Technical Sciences of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts as a research assistant. From Sept. 2008-July 2015 she worked as research assistant, research associate and senior research associate at Department of Material Science at Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade. From July 2012 to December 2012 she was a visiting research scientist at Pontificia Universidade Catolica (PUC) Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. From July 2015-July 2020 she was senior research associate at BioSense Institute. Since July 2020 she is principal research fellow at the Center for Sensing Technologies of the BioSense Institute. She participated in numerous national and international projects and coordinated one research Bilateral project with Italy and one project financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Her research interest includes materials science, advanced ceramic materials processing and characterization, solid-state chemistry and physics. Specific field of research activity: Synthesis and characterization of doped BCY10 cermets as electrolytes for IT-SOFC; Synthesis and characterization of thermistor material NiMn2O4; Thermoelectric materials: Mechanochemically assisted solid state synthesis and citrate gel synthesis of pure NaCo2O4 and doped with Cu. Current activities are focused to the synthesis and characterization of MOx (M=Ti, Sn, Zn) as gas sensors as well as gas sensors based on 2D materials for agricultural applications, medical devices for breath analysis, healthcare etc.The significance of her research is confirmed with more than 50 scientific papers published in highly ranked scientific journals.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research
and innovation programme under grant agreement No 952259.