Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
Address: Volgina 15, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Telephone: (+381) 11 2085 048
He has extensive experience in the field of thin and thick layers of electricotechnical materials, synthesis of nanopowders as well as the influence of dopans on the characteristics of sensors. Works on the following devices: Scanning electron microscope (SEM) Tescan Vega TS5130MM, impedance measuring instrument Hioki LCR HiTester 3532-50, power supply source and meter Keithley 237, impedance measuring instrument Agilent HP 4276ALCZ Meter, thin film application system, tube furnace with a maximum temperature of 1600 ° C and devices for the production of thick layers.
2016-: Research Professor, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research,
University of Belgrade.
2010-2016: Senior Research Associate, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade.
1988-2010: Lead researcher, Institute of Security, Belgrade.
2001: Ph.D. of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
1993: Master of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
1988: Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
3.Awards and certificates:
“Invention – Belgrade 24.5.2002.” – received a diploma for the solution “Materials for planar thick-layer integrated LCV cells” (first place) from the Association of Inventors and Authors of Technical Improvements, Belgrade.
4.Other professional activities
During his research career, Dr Miloljub Luković contributed to the establishment of cooperation with scientists in several countries, especially from Ireland, Greece and Austria. Participated in a project with Little fuse Ireland Ltd, Ecco Road, Dundalk, Ireland called “Realization of New Integrative Passive Devices-REANIPD”. The project was related to the design and application of LCV – 3D cells MWO work packages. He participated in the international development project Magneto PIM – Fabrication of complex shaped, magnetically soft and hard part drying PIM (Powder Injection Molding), CIRCE action, 2008-2010 with partners from Austria and Serbia.
2020: Doctoral studies at the Technical Faculty in Čačak, subjects: Thin-layer and thick-layer technologies of electrotechnical materials and Sensors. Since 2015, he has been hired as a teacher at the Higher Vocational College for Business Informatics – Sirmium in Sremska Mitrovica.
Editorial and Reviewer’s activity (journals, books, projects):
2005-2008: Member of the Editorial Board of the journal “Science, Technology, Security”, NTB – Institute of Security, Belgrade.
He has reviewed papers published in international journals: Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Ceramics International, Materials Science and Engineering B, Nanotechnology.