University of Belgrade - Institute for Multidisciplinary Research

Tijana Dubljanin

М.Sc. in Agriculture

Research Trainee

Address: Kneza Višeslava 1, 11030 Belgrade

Telephone: (+381) 11 3058 956

Research area

Mineral plant nutrition. Dynamics of mineral elements in plant – environment systems. Rhizosphere processes. The role of silicon in plant nutrition. Isolation and identification of PGPR bacteria.

Skills

  • Optical emission spectrophotometer with inductively coupled plasma (ICP-OES)
  • CHNS analyzer
  • UV-Vis spectroscopy
  • Qualitative and quantitative elemental analysis of soil, plant tissue, fertilizers and irrigation water samples
  • Determination of silicon content in different samples
  • IBM SPSS Statistics
  • Biography
  • Projects
  • Selected publications

1.Work experience:

  • 2019-present: Research Trainee, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, Department of Plant-Soil and Nano Systems (Plant Nutrition Research Group), University of Belgrade.
  • 2018-2019: Institute for Soil Science, Department of Microbiology.

2.Education:

  • 2019-present: Ph.D. student (Soil Management – Pedology), Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.
  • 2018-2019: M.Sc. Engineer of Agriculture (Soil Management – Ecological Microbiology), Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.
  • 2014-2018: B.Sc. Engineer of Food technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade.

Past:

  • Member of the national project “Plant Adaptations to Mineral Stress on Marginal Agricultural Soils”, No. OI-173028 funded by Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (2011-2019).

Paper published in international conference proceedings:

  1. Buntić, A., Stajković-Srbinović, O., Milić, M., Dubljanin, T., Kuzmanović, Dj., Knežević, M., Delić, D. (2019). Utilization of miscanthus waste biomass for xylanase production by soil bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti, 1st International Symposium: „Modern Trends in Agricultural Production and Environmental Protection”, Tivat, Montenegro. 2-5 July 2019, Proceedings: 151-163, ISBN: 978-86-6042-008-6.