University of Belgrade

Institute for
Multidisciplinary Research

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list INSTITUTE FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH

The Institute for Multidisciplinary Research (IMSI) was established in 1970 as the Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies of the University of Belgrade, with the aim to foster research and education of postgraduates in borderline disciplines and multidisciplinary sciences.

In 2007 the Centre was transformed to the research institute by the directive of the Serbian Government, and from 2009 it has again become the member of the University of Belgrade.

The three cross-linked departments (Materials Science, Life Sciences and Environmental Sciences) are organized to achieve the high quality of interdisciplinary research within bio- and technical sciences and the efficient use of the equipment. With more than 90 researchers (45 PhDs) the IMSI is an outstanding research institution and also an attractive educational environment for master and PhD students, with a long term devotion to promote scientific excellence.

News and Events

At the Conference that was held in November in Visby (Sweden), Dr Zaklina Marjanovic was elected a new president of the European Truffle Research Group. After being honored to open the Conference with the lecture named “Could Pannonian region be a different kind of truffle paradise”, where she has presented results of ten years long […]

The Annual Awards of IMSI went to: Jasna Simonović Radosavljević, Jelena Dragišić Maksimović, Jovana Kostić Vuković and Nataša Džunuzović

New international project entitled “Managing and restoring aquatic ecological corridors for migratory fish species in the Danube River Basin” supported by the Danube Transnational Programme and involves 24 partners from 9 countries, more information on MEASURES        

New international scientific project entitled “Improved security through safer cementation of hazardous wastes”, supported by the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme, is realized in collaboration between UK and Serbian partners.