University of Belgrade

Institute for
Multidisciplinary Research

Tijana Ivanović

Tijana Ivanović

Research Assistant

Department of Materials Science (MS)



Curriculum vitae



2015-present: Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy (Department of Chemical Engineering), University of Belgrade, Serbia.

2013: M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia.

2012: B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia.


Work Experience:

2016-present: Research Trainee, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade.

2012-2013: Researcher in Water quality laboratory, The Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources, Belgrade, Serbia.


Research Interests:

Valorization of mineral industrial waste based on fly ash from thermal power plants and ground granulated blast furnace slag in building materials industry.
Thermodynamics of solutions


Other Professional Activities:


June 2017, SIM User Forum, in Antwerp, Belgium with poster: T. Ivanovic, Z. Cheng, L. Kriskova, L. Arnout, A. Di Maria, S. Onisei, L. Machiels, K. Van Acker, M. Guo, B. Blanpain, Y. Pontikes, „The development of clean slag for the production novel binders and building product within SIM MaReS SUPERMEX project.“

March 2017 – August 2017, Professional development in Belgium at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) at the Material science department. Participant within project SUPERMEX (Sustainable transformation of new and landfilled solid industrial residues into metals and inorganic polymers using a SuperMetalEXtractor)

January 2017, Slovenian National Building And Civil engineering institute, Ljubljana, STSM visit under COST Action TU1301

September 2016, Participant of „3rd NORM4Building Training School on Reuse of NORM in Building Materials“, Athens.


Representative publications

Peer-reviewed international journals


Nikolić V., Komljenović M, Džunuzović N., Ivanović T., Miladinović Z. (2017) Immobilization of hexavalent chromium by fly ash-based geopolymers. Composites Part B 112C: 213-223 IF=3.850 (3.901); Engineering, Multidisciplinary (4/85) – ID=1272


T. Ivanović, D. Popović, J. Rard, S. Grujić, Z. Miladinović, J. Miladinović (2017), Isopiestic determination of the osmotic and activity coefficients of the {yMg(NO3 )2 + (1 −y)MgSO4}(aq) system at T = 298.15 K, The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 113 (2017) 91-103. – ID=1450


N. Dzunuzovic, M. Komljenovic, V. Nikolic, T. Ivanovic (2017), External sulfate attack on alkali-activated fly ash-blast furnace slag composite, Construction and Building Materials 157 (2017) 737–747. – ID=1449


Current projects

Project ID
Project Title
Financial Source
My Status
TR34026 GEOPOLYMERS – Technology for converting the industrial waste into functional materials Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia Member
SPS 985402 (G5402) Improved security through safer cementation of hazardous wastes NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme Participant
DS-2016-0051 Fiber reinforced alkali activated composites (properties and selected durability aspects) Member