University of Belgrade

Institute for
Multidisciplinary Research

Project information

Dynamics of nonlinear physicochemical and biochemical systems with modeling and their behavior under non-steady state conditions

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Project ID OI172015
Project Title Dynamics of nonlinear physicochemical and biochemical systems with modeling and their behavior under non-steady state conditions

Project Leader Dr Ljiljana Kolar-Anić, full professor, Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
IMSI Status Participates

Financial Source Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia


Category of Project Fundamental Research (OI)

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This multidisciplinary research project offers possibilities for a variety of attractive applications. The planned fundamental research aim at understanding the mechanisms of self-organization of molecules in selected nonlinear physicochemical, chemical and biochemical systems under conditions far from equilibrium. It is known that such complex systems under nonequilibrium conditions can spontaneously self-organize in the spatio-temporal structures, such as multistable states, oscillations and chaos. Applicative challenges of the project will concern the use of nonequlibrium state to design analytical methods with lower detection limits, higher catalyst activitity and/or selectivity and other materials with improved properties, as well as to increase the efficiency of the process for obtaining alternative fuels, new types of hydrogels applicable in pharmacy, medicine, and agrochemistry, new types of resins, synthetic clay, coal, etc.


PROJECT DURATION

 

From: 01.01.2011.   To: 01.12.2014.

 

PARTNERS

 

►Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade

 

PARTICIPANTS


No. Participant Institution
1.
Dr Ljiljana Kolar-Anić, full professorFaculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
2.
, IMSI, University of Belgrade
3.
Dr Slobodan Anić, associate professorFaculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
4.
Dr Dragomir Stanisavljev, associate professorFaculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
5.
Dr Borivoj Adnađević, full professorFaculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
6.
Dr Dragica Minić, full professorFaculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade
7.
& others.