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Gulišija Zvonko

(1952, Kikinda)
Mr. Gulišija obtained B.Sc. in Metallurgy from Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, in 1976. From the same Faculty he obtained MSc in 1979, and PhD in 1983.
The first employment he found in ILR factory in Železnik in 1976, while in the same year he started to work in FOD - casting factory, Belgrade. Since 1979 he works at Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials (ITNMS) in Belgrade.
Mr. Gulišija became Deputy Director for Science and Research at Institute for Metallurgy and Technology - former part of nowadays ITNMS in 1988. Till then he was the Manager of Metal Processing Laboratory. Since 1991, he is the Manager of Metallurgy and Chemical Engineering Department at ITNMS. In 2008 he was appointed as Director of the Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials (ITNMS) in Belgrade.
Mr. Gulišija, held teaching courses in Fundamentals of Foundry and Metal Testing at Metallurgical Department of Technical Faculty in Bor for undergraduate studies. He was appointed as Specialist for Non-Ferrous Metallurgy in the Republic of Serbia in 1990, and in 1994 the Federal Ministry for Science, Technology and Development appointed him as Specialist.
In 2007 he was appointed as vice president of Central Scientific Committee for Materials and Chemical Technologies at Ministry of Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.
He is engaged in fundamental, applied and development research in the field of processing of liquid metals and alloys, in development the new technologies for high-quality materials processing, and improvement environmental technologies for secondary materials recycling. He also works on projects and feasibility studies elaboration for existing technologies improvement and for new technologies and products in the field of ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy development.

Ilić Ilija

(1936, Ivanjica)
He continues education in 1955/56 school year at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade He graduated 03.01.1961 year in the metallurgical department of the same university. In January 1962 he started working in the the Faculty of Technology and Me­tallurgy, where he became assistant at the department of metallurgy of non-ferrous metals. He received his PhD in 1970 at the same faculty with the theme: Co­ntribution to the study of the process of nickel compounds chlorination and the po­ssibility of selective nickel compounds chlorination from poor ferrous ores. The title of Scientific associate was elected in 1970, and Docent in 1971. The title of Associate professor was elected in 1978, and a Full professor 1983. For the whole time of the working as Assistant until the election of Docent title, Ilija Ilić was engaged in regular studies in the implementation of various forms of teaching - experimental exercise, computational exercises, lectures and seminars. He per­manently teaches the courses: Kinetics of metallurgical reactions, Removal of non-metallic impurities from metals and Pyrometallurgical processes, after election in Docent title. For the teaching purposes in undergraduate studies, he proposed, pre­pared and performed a program named: Obtaining metals from the secondary raw materials. He worked on a study of oxidation-reduction process in a treatment of arsenic and antimony sulfides as well as oxidation processes of chlorides of these metals, burning of mercury and manganese ores, oxidation/sulfuration burning of copper and complex ores. 

He is the author or co-author of 3 books, 6 monographs, 25 papers published in international journals, 54 works published in journals of national significance, 6 invited lectures and 89 papers presented at international and national conferences. Prof. Ilija Ilić addressed and in applied researches, designing of heating units based on the results obtained through the preliminary and main technological re­sults. In this sense, prof. Ilija Ilić was managed or a collaborated in the development of 23 research projects, 10 major technological and conceptual implementation projects and 38 surveys and studies.

Jokanović Vukoman

(1949, Plužine, Montenegro)
Faculty of Natural Sciences, course of Physical Chemistry he finished 1972 in Belgrade. Master thesis defended in 1984 and doctor thesis in 1988 in Center of Multidisciplinary studies, University of Belgrade.
From 1982 to 1989 he worked as Research collaborator, then Scientific collaborator and Higher scientific collaborator at Metallurgical Institute in Zenica. After that till 1991 he was engaged as University lecturer and Associate professor teaching subjects of Refractory materials and Powder Mettalurgy at Metallurgical and Mechanical Engineering Faculties in Zenica. From 1991 to 2000 he worked at Institute for technology of nuclear and other row materials in Belgrade. And after that he worhed in his own enterprise ALBOS and Теchnical institute of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. From 2005 till today he is employed in Institute of nuclear sciences Vinča in Belgrade. In free time he works as Research proffesor at Faculty of applied arts.
He is author and coauthor about 120 papers published in international journals and numerous inovations in the field of high technologies in the field of production of diamond tools by hot pressing, atomization of metal powders, numerous promising methods in production of nanostructured preciously phased determined nanomaterials and nanocomposites with diverse functional properties for production compacts of defined porosity in the field of biomaterials and regenerative medecine. His field of activity is also incapsulation of drugs, control its rate of release, specificity of activity for various kind of bacteria, its application in inflammatory conditions of suraounding tissues around of given bone implants its specific way of administration independently from the curing tissue.
Between 1988 and 1992 he worked as UNIDO expert for field of special alumina and ceramic fibers. He participated and coordinate projects of excellance in the FP-& framwork in the field of regenerative medecine and implanology.

Lačnjevac Časlav

(1952, Aleksandrovac)
Mr Lačnjevac graduated from Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade in 1976. He won a master's degree in the field of electro catalysis in 1979. In 1994 he defended his doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade. He was in employment with the Institute of Electrochemistry, ICTM, in Belgrade in the period from 1978 to 1979. After that he got a job with the “Moma Stanojlović” Aircraft Institute, Batajnica, as the head of the Surface Protection Department. He worked at this institution until 1995 when he moved to the Institute for Testing Materials- IMS Institute, Belgrade, where he held different posts - from being the head of the Center for Hydroisolation, Anticorrosion Protection, Wood and Synthetic Materials to being the assistant general manager. Mr. Lacnjevac was promoted to the scientific degree of senior research fellow in 2002. In 2003 he was appointed associate professor, and in 2008 full professor for the narrow scientific field General and Inorganic Chemistry at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.
Mr. Lacnjevac started his scientific- research work during the postgraduate studies. Within the, ICTM, he gained his first experience in the experimental work and he began to study the fundamental and the applied science. In IMS Institute he broadened the scope of his scientific work. During that period, the main interests of his scientific work were directed to the field of obtaining organic compounds using the electrochemical method and the field of corrosion and materials protection. 
He took part in the work of different management boards at the IMS Institute and the faculty. From 2007 to 2009 Mr. Lacnjevac held the post of vice-dean for scientific affairs of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade. He has made the notable contribution to the development of the pedagogical, scientific and professional work. He is the author of the monograph of national significance, 54 published papers, 36 papers in national journals and a large number of communications at international and national conferences.
Mr. Lacnjevac has received a number plaudits and awards: October Award of the City of Belgrade for the best graduation thesis, The Award of the Chamber of Economics of the City of Belgrade for the best doctoral dissertation; The Award of the “Moma Stanojlović” AI for dedication to work for the years 1984, 1987 and 1991, etc.
He is president of the Union of Engineers and Technicians of Serbia.

Miletić Saša

(1951, Belgrade)

Mr. Miletić graduated from the Faculty of Technology-Metallurgy in Belgrade in 1977. He obtained his Master degree in 2005 at the Centre for the Multidisciplinary Studies of the Belgrade University, and Ph.D. degree in 2006 at the Faculty for the Technical Sciences of the Novi Sad University for the Environment Protection Engineering.
After graduation, he got the job in the Institute for the Testing of Materials of the Republic of Serbia. During twenty years of work he advanced in the profession and managing hierarchy from the researcher to the general director assistant. In 1998. he came to the Institute for the Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials, Belgrade. After four years he moved to the company “Galenika – Fitofaramacija a.d.“ for the Deputy General director, and from 2010. he works at the Electric Power Industry of Serbia, in the Department for the Strategy and Investments.
Main area of the scientific and professional activities are investigations and research in the field of inorganic materials - cement, lime, gypsum, mortars, treatment and utilization of secondary raw materials and waste materials, environment protection, etc. He was engaged in the realization of many innovative, developing and technological-strategic scientific-R&DS, so as the many investment-developing studies and projects from those fields.
Since 2008. he is the UNIDO National Expert for the „Cleaner Production“. He performed 52 national/international R&D and scientific projects and 34 R&D projects for numerous companies. He has published six monographies of the national significance, and numerous scientific papers. Mr. Miletić took part in the organization and realization of several dozens of scientific and R&D events of national and international significance.

Nikolić Branislav

(1940, Bajina Bašta)
Mr. Nikolić graduated at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, in 1964. His Doctoral dissertation was defended in the area of chemical engineering in 1978.
In the first third of his long-standing work, he worked in production organizations: sugar factory in Peć (1964-1967), at Combine „Trepča“in Kosovska Mitrovica “ (1967-1980) as director of Smeltery and Rafinery of lead, director of Investments in Metallurgy of lead „Trepča” then in Belgrade at the engineering company „Progres Invest“ (1980-1987), the Institute „Kirilo Savić“ (1987-1996) and at IHTM (Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy). Planning engineer and advisor at smeltery „Zajača“ in Loznica, was during the period 1998-2006.
He was Project Manager in realization of many scientific-research projects of federal and national significance, many investment-development projects in the construction of industrial facilities, and projected also many metallurgical and industrial facilities. Mr. Nikolic was elected for expert of Federal Ministry of Science and Development in field of non-ferrous metallurgy and ecology. He was a member of Expert Group of the Serbian Government for the development of economy of Serbia (1994-1995.), then in the period 2002-2003. for Strategy for development of Serbia until 2010. and for more professional organizations.
He had realized a lot of technical solutions in the field of extractive metallurgy of non-ferrous and precious metals, environmental protection, particularly protection of air, and inorganic base technology. He is the author and co-author of several dozens of technical solutions and original technological processes, four monographs, 220 papers, various projects. He was also editor and co-author of capital Chemical-technological-metallurgical manual (2008).
During his many years of work Mr. Nikolić received several awards, recognition, certificates. He was decorated him with The Order of working with silver wreath in 1980. He is Vice president of IAS.

Pavlović Miomir

(1953, Bijeljina, Republic of Srpska)
Mr. Pavlović graduated from the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade in 1976. He enrolled the third level studies at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade, the electrochemical department in 1976 and in 1979 he got his Master's degree. In 1982 he defended his Ph.D.Thesis He was employed at the Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy - Institute of Electrochemistry, Belgrade, in 1979 where is a Scientific Advisor. Since 1997, he was engaged in the scientific-research-teaching process at the University of Eastern Sarajevo, Faculty of Technology Zvornik. In 2006. he was elected as a Full time Professor for the course: “The methodology of scientific research“.
In his scientific work he processed the various fields of electrochemistry, electrochemical engineering, and corrosion and materials protection, from which he, as the author or co-author has, in the country and abroad, over 250 scientific papers, 3 patents, more than 40 technical and development solutions, more than 50 technical papers and over 200 scientific papers at national and international symposiums.
On the other hand, he participated in the implementation of several international projects, he directed, managed and coordinated multiple scientific-researches and development-researches, as well as other projects and tasks. He is the member of several expert groups.
Mr. Pavlović received several awards and recognitions, including the prize that was awarded by Belgrade’s Chamber of Commerce for the best invention in 2002 and in 2007.

Rajković Miloš

(1957, Negotin)
Mr. Rajković finished Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade in 1980. At Department of Analytic Chemistry he finished post-graduate studies and wrote M.Sc. thesis (1983) and Doctorial thesis (1986) and gained the title PhD of Technical Sciences.
After finishing studies he worked at IHP Prahovo (1980–1983). Since 1983 ha has been working at Faculty of Agriculture in Zemun at the Department of Food Technology, Chair of Chemistry and Biochemistry, where he was elected for full professor in section Chemistry in 2005.
As visiting professor he was lecturing subject Chemistry at Faculty of Forestry of Belgrade University (1993–1998). He was also lecturing Chemistry and Chemical Hazard, the subject which was for the first time introduced at Department of Fire Protection at Technical-mechanic College, Zemun (2001–2007). He is an author of 10 textbooks and 13 books. In Electroanalytic Chemistry, narrow section of Analytical Chemistry, he was engaged in construction and usage of new types of ion-selective electrodes. He participated in construction of two new types of ion-selective electrodes, and in one of them he made patent: ”Copper-selective Electrode Type Covered Wire” (Patent office Republic of Serbia). His other patent is ”CD-clock”.
He is the author of original method for electrolytic determination of lead in gasoline using lead ion-selective electrodes. In environment protection he cope with problem of chemical and processing engineering, ecology engineering as well as waste phosphogypsum, its influence to environment and ways of its refinement and processing.
He received award Gold Badge for IHP Prahovo in 1982 and praise of Yugoslav Association of Inventors and Innovators (JUPIN) in 1999 for invention.

Kostov Ana

(1969, Beograd)
She graduated at the Metallurgical Department of the Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade in 1993. She was an engineer volunteer at the Technical Faculty Bor in 1993, and from 1993 to 1994 the engineer trainee in the Copper Institute Bor, as well as young associate at the Copper Institute of Bor from 1994 to 1997. She defended her master's thesis in 1996 entitled "Comparison of DTA and the TD analysis based alloys that remember the shape." She was a research fellow at the Copper Institute of Bor in the period 1997-2000 years. At the University of Belgrade, Technical Faculty Bor in 1999 defended his doctoral disse­rtation titled "Thermodynamic analysis of ternary system Ga-Ge-Sb" and has been promoted as the youngest doctor of technical sciences at Belgrade University in 2000. On the basis of the Commission for acquiring scientific titles of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Serbia gained the title of Research Associate in 2000. She was a lecturer at the Technical Faculty in the school year 2000-2001 on the subject Theory of Metallurgical Processes.On the basis of the Commission for acquiring scientific titles of the Ministry of Science and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia gained the title of Senior Research Fellow in 2005. She has elected assistant professor in the field of chemistry, chemical technology and chemical engineering at the Technical Faculty of Bor, University of Belgrade in 2008. On the basis of the Commission for acquiring scientific titles of the Ministry of Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia she gained the title of Research Fellow in 2009 for the area of technical and technological sciences, branches of science: materials and chemical technology. She is an Assistant Director of the Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor for Science and Human Resources since 2002. . She has engaged in doctoral studies at the Technical Faculty in Bor, University of Belgrade on subjects: Knowledge of management and Technology and innova­tion. She has 14 studies and projects for the industry, of which 6 as a project manager, 39 articles published in international journals on SCI list, 41 articles published in journals of national importance, 102 papers presented at conferences of international significance, 105 papers presented at the conference of national importance, 2 invited lectures at the conference of national importance, 1 plenary lecture at the conference of international importance and 14 technical solutions. 

Vuksanović Darko

(1962, Podgorica, Montenegro)
He enrolled the Faculty of Metallurgy (today: the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology) in the academic year 1983/84. On 7 July 1989, he defended the diploma dissertation. He enrolled the post-graduate studies at the Faculty in Ljubljana in the academic year 1990/91, but due to war circumstances he completed these studies at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade, at the Department of Metal Casting. On 09 March 1993, he defended the post-graduate thesis. He defended the PhD thesis “Investigation of Effects of Molybdenum, Iron, Cobalt and Nickel on the Characteristics of Cast Aluminium Alloys” at the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology in Podgorica, on 25 March 1998. He was employed at the Faculty of Metallurgy on 01 December 1989, as an associate at the Institute. He worked as the associate at the Institute until 03 June 1993, when he was elected a teaching assistant at the Department of Metal Casting. In 1998 he was elected an assistant professor for the subjects Special technologies in metal casting and Metal casting (part of the course). On 29 December 2003, he was elected an associate professor for the following subjects: Metal Casting, Aluminium processing by casting and Iron and Steel Processing by Casting. In addition to these subjects, in the capacity of associate professor he also held lectures at the Faculty of Maritime in Kotor, subject: Protection of marine en­vironment, and at the applied studies for environmental protection at the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology, subject: Environmental Impact Assessment, as well. In February 2009, he was elected a full professor for the following subjects: Metal Casting I, Metal Casting II, Aluminium Casting and Steel Casting. In the period 2013 – 2015, he held the position of Dean at the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology. As an associate and project leader, he has participated in 10 scientific-research projects financed by the relevant Ministry, of which I was the leader at three projects. He has published 9 papers in local science magazines, and 24 papers at the scientific conferences in the country. He has published 14 papers in the international science magazines, and 38 papers at the international scientific conferences. He participated in the development of a monograph “Corrosion and Protection of Materials”

Mišurović Ana

(1946, Belgrade)
Mrs. Mišurović graduated from the Faculty of Natural Science in Belgrade - Group of Physical Chemistry. MA was recorded in 1972 on Faculty of Natural Science - Group of Physical Chemistry. Medical specialization in Toxicology chemistry she completed in 1988 at the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade. Work experience was started in the INEP (Institute for the application of nuclear energy in agriculture, forestry and water management in Zemun-Belgrade) where she was elected to the position independent professional associate, after which she moves to Titograd-Podgorica and works in the Republic Institute for Health Protection as Chief of the Department of Sanitary Chemistry and Ecotoxicology.
Since 1994 she has been appointed as Minister of Environment of Montenegro, and then the Director of Public Institution "Center for Ecotoxicological Research of Montenegro", where she is until now.
She has published four scientific papers in international journals, over 60 in domestic journals, stated the 35 works at international congresses and symposia, and had more than 50 communications at national symposia and conferences with international participation.

In the period 1994-1997 years, she was representative of the FRY-delegate to the Brussels Forum, "Environment for Europe", the fourth consideration of sustainable development of the European Union - DG XI. 

Ćosović Bogdan

(1934, Pljevlja, Montenegro)

Mr. Ćosović graduated from the Faculty of Technology in Zagreb. He worked at Zinc and Lead Mine “Šuplja stijena” Pljevlja for 6 years as Head of laboratory, chief engineer and Director General for four years. After that he worked 2 years at the Mining Metallurgy Chemical Combine “Trepča“ in Kosovska Mitrovica – Manager of Zinc Production, Director of Zinc Production. At the Podgorica Aluminum Combine he worked for 32 years as Head of Alumina Production, Director of Alumina Plant, Director of Aluminum Institute and Technical Director of the Combine. During this period Mr. Ćosović served one term of office as a member of the Government of Montenegro on the Development Portfolio (development, science, environmental protection and informatics).
At the beginning of work with the Aluminum Combine he was chosen as lecturer at the Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology in Podgorica, where he lectured two courses over the entire period of 17 years. During his work he was continuously holding high offices at industrial, educational and research organizations, etc. He spent a term of office as a member of Parliament of Montenegro, member and chairman of various bodies at the University in Podgorica, Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro and Chamber of Commerce of Yugoslavia.
He was active at the Union of Engineers and Technicians throughout his entire working years. He was a member of various bodies, Vice-president of the Union of Engineers of Yugoslavia, President of the Chemical Society of Montenegro, President of the Union of Engineers of Montenegro.
He gave a significant contribution to the activities on organization of the Engineering Academy of Yugoslavia. He was Chairman of the Appointed Commission for founding of the Academy. He is author of one of the first By-laws of the Academy and the Ethical Codex of the Union of Engineers.
Throughout his work he was continuously active in research and professional work. While holding the office of Director of the Institute for Aluminum in Podgorica he participated concretely and actively in the complete research work of the Podgorica Aluminum Combine. He has over 15 significant innovations and technological advancements. He has published 28 research papers, 32 completed projects, written 2 textbooks for the Faculty, 6 labor training textbooks, 2 monographs, one professional research editing of water manual. He is one of the co-authors of a Chemical-Technological Metallurgical Manual, a capital issue on over 1000 pages. The research and professional papers pertain to three fields: flotation and preparation of non-ferrous metal ores, zinc metallurgy and aluminum metallurgy, environmental protection.
Mr. Ćosović received numerous recognitions for his work in the form of decorations, prizes, plaques and special awards. He is a receiver of two national decorations. From the Yugoslav Chamber of Commerce he received an Annual Businessman Award, from the Association of Inventors of Yugoslavia twice the recognition of Inventor of the Year.