ZORAN В. POPOVIĆ
Electrical engineer
Aranđelovac, 23 February 1952

full member

Department of Technical Sciences

 

Membership of SASA
Corresponding member from 2 November 2006
Full member since 1 November 2012

Field of study
Physics and Material Science

Education
BSc (1975), Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade;
MSc (1977), Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies of the University of Belgrade;
PhD (1984), University of Ljubljana;
Professional training: University of Nottingham (1977); Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, (fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt foundation (1987–1989)) and the Marie-Curie grant of the Scientific Commission of European Community (1992–1993)

Career
Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Principal Research Fellow (1975–);
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, full professor (1997–); Centre for Solid State Physics and New Materials, director;  Visiting Professor: Faculty of Physics (Solid State Physics and Magnetism Laboratory) at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (1999–2003); Institute of Materials Science of the University of Valencia, Spain (2003–2004)

Membership of specialist associations
American Physical Society, member; Serbian Physical Society, member; Serbian Materials Research Society, member; Serbian Ceramic Society, member

Membership of editorial boards
Publications of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade, member of editorial board of; Journal of Research in Physics, member of editorial board; Science of Sintering, member of editorial board; Tehnika – materijali, member of editorial board; reviewer: Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Europhysics Letters, Synthetic Metals, Physica Status Solidi, Physica B, Infrared physics and technology, Electronic Letters, J. Serbian Chemical Society

Membership of SASA boards
Academy Board for the Study of Life and Work of Serbian Scientists and the Writing of SASA’s History; Academy Board for Science; Academy Board for Natural and Technological Resources of Serbia; Academy Board for Energy

Awards and recognitions
Nikola Tesla Award (1987/88);
Award of the Institute of Physics for outstanding scientific work (1992);
Grand recognition of achievement for a scientific work of the Institute of Physics on the occasion of its 50th anniversary (2011)

Biography and bibliography
Yearbook. / SASA 113 (2007) 451–478.