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IHTM Instutut za Hemiju, Tehnologiju i Metalurgiju, University of Belgrade Njegoševa 12, P.O.Box 473, YU-11001 Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy - ICTM continues the tradition of the National Chemical Laboratory, founded in 1859 by the Decree of Prince Miloš Obrenović, in the building built in 1882 at the corner of Njegoševa and King Milutin Street in Begrade The ICTM scientific-research and development activities are carried out within the scope of: fundamental, applied and development research, winning and development of technological processes and scale-up and know-how in the fields of: organic chemistry, electrochemistry, catalysis, microelectronic technologies, polymers and macromolecular compounds, biochemistry and biotechnology, special materials. monocrystals, metallurgy and casting, instrumental analysis, chemical engineering, design and engineering The realization of the above stated fields of IHTM activity is organized through five specialized scientific-research centres: Department of Electrochemistry Department of Microelectronic Technologies and Singlecrystals Department of Chemistry Department of Catalysis and Chemical Engineering Department of Materials and Metallurgy
1 IHTM Instutut za Hemiju, Tehnologiju i Metalurgiju, University of Belgrade Njegoševa 12, P.O.Box 473, YU-11001 Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro www.ihtm.bg.ac.yu; e.mail: email@example.com Number of employees: 171 Ph. D. Degree: 46 M. Sc. Degree: 28 B. Sc. Degree: 57 Main instruments: STM; AFM; Mass, NMR, IR and UV/VIS Spectrometry; Gas and Liquid Chromatography; Electrochemical measurements (Cyclic voltametry, EIS, polarisation measurements...); Inverted Microscopy for Material Control
2 Fudamental Reserach Electrocatalysis (oxide coatings, nanoparticles, singlecrystals...) Oxide supercapacitors Synthesis, structure and properties of organic compounds of natural and syntetic origine Electrochemical and chemical deposition and dissolution of metals, alliys, composites, microstructured materials and powders by constant and pulsating and reversing currents Prevention of damages appearing as the consequence of corrosion and inadequate protection Electrochemical behaviour of metal particles in spouted, fluidized and packed beds Fundamental problems of electroplating technology Applied Research The development of the procedure for corrosion protection of installation with geothermal water The development of procedure of application and copper powder prevention of oxidation The effects of parameters of electrolysis on apparenr density electrolytic metal powders in galvanostatic deposition New technologies of surface treatment Anodic protection of apparatus and aquipment in mineral acids production Corrosion inhibitors for HCl and H 2 SO 4 solutions in industry Electroplating technology Department of Electrochemistry
3 Projects of Fundamental Resarach Supported by Ministry of Science and Environment Protection, Republic of Serbia H-1230 Conductive oxide coatings in electrocatalysis ans super capacitors H-1689 Prevention of damages appearing as the consequence of corrosion and inadequate protection H-1694 Investigation of synthesis, structure and properties of organic compounds of natural and syntetic origine H-1796 Electrocatalysis on nanoparticles: from model system to supported catalysts H-1806 Electrodeposition of metal powders at a constant and at a periodically changing rate H-1821 Electrodeposition and characterization of alloys, composites and microstructured materials Investigations of the reaction of glucose oxidation and reduction International Projects of Funamental Researsh Investigations of the reaction of glucose oxidation and reduction on nanostructured nickel electrodes on nanostructured nickel electrodes Polish-Yugoslavian Joint Research Project: ICTM-Department of Electrochemistry and Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Science, Krakow, Poland Department of Electrochemistry
4 Department of Chemistry The areas of fundamental, developmental and applied research of the Department of Chemistry are: Organic chemistry Natural products chemistry Chemical synthesis Biochemistry Biotechnology Polymeric materials synthesis and development of special polymers for application under extreme conditions, synthesis and development of polymers for water purification, development of polymeric materials that can be applied as catalysts, synthesis, development and application of organic silicon polymers (siloxanes), synthesis of polymers for selective membranes, as well as for application in medicine, stomatology and pharmacy, investigation of reactions and procedures for polymer modification, investigation of properties of polymeric materials: mechanical, rheological, thermal etc; quality control of ion-exchange resins, with licence to give certificates etc. Instrumental analysis By combining methods of mass, NMR and IR spectrometry, gas and liquid chromatography and microanalysis, structures of almost all organic molecules and biomolecules can be determined; pollutants in air, water and soil can be analyzed, as well as alcoholic beverages, medicinal plants, fats and oils, essential oils, varnishes, paints, plastics etc.
5 Department of Microelectronic Technologies and Single Crystals Research projects MEMS pressure sensor chips with built-in overload protection Investigation of noise processes in MEMS and MOEMS Photonic crystal-based sensors Photonic crystal enhancement of photodetectors Nonequilibrium infrared detectors with Auger suppression for free-space optics applications Bimaterial thermal detector for the conversion of infrared to the visible scene, including ambient temperature compensation Micromachined atomic force microscope (AFM) microcantilevers Miniature micromachined accelerometers Micromachined capacitive pressure sensors Structures for mesoscopic optics MEMS thermopile array for the determination of Seebeck Coefficient
6 Department of Microelectronic Technologies and Single Crystals Main fabrication technologies: photolithography planar technologies (diffusion, oxidation, etc.) scanning probe nanolithography bulk and surface micromachining of silicon thin film deposition (RF sputtering, CVD, etc.) liquid and vapor phase epitaxy of narrow bandgap semiconductors device and material characterization Lab Characterization: Atomic force microscopy Photoacoustic characterization Blackbody measurements Photodetector figures of merit characterization (incl. sensitivity, NEP, D*) Infrared spectrophotometry (3-25 micrometer) Ultraviolet and visible spectrophotometry Response time measurements Profilometer thickness control Absolute and gauge pressure, pressure difference, level transmitter calibration (certified lab for Ex-proof devices) Environmental chamber testing Lifetime & burn-in tests for semiconductor devices Capacitance-voltage measurements Large volume in-chip device testing (automatic prober) High magnetic fields & cryogenic measurements
7 Department of Materials and Metallurgy Deal with research in the field of the metallurgy of powder and sintered composite materials. The series of technological procedures and materials were mastered and applied, among which the most interesting were the following: ELECTRICAL COMPOSITE CONTACT MATERIALS electrical contacts for low, medium and high currents based on :Ag-AgCdO, Ag-Ni, Ag-C, Ag-Cu- Ni, W-Ag, W-Cu. INTERED FRICTION MATERIALS Based on iron and copper Uses: in devices for breaking and for torque momentum transfer (for aircraft breaks, clutches, in heavy transport and structural machines, machines for agriculture etc.). RARE EARTH MAGNETIC MATERIALS The research is focused on the improvement of the production of intermetallic SmCo 5 powder and on sintered permanent SmCo 5 magnets. POWDERS OF METALS Silver powder, powders of special alloys, aluminum powder. SOLDERS BASED ON SILVER ALLOYS WITH PRECISELY DEFINED MELTING POINT in the temperature range of melting points starting from 62 o C up to 270 o C and higher Uses: aircraft industry, fusible plugs and fire protection
8 Sector of Catalysis Study of the correlation between structure, surface state and catalytic activity, aimed to the synthesis of novel catalysts and catalyst supports with controlled properties. Investigation of the catalytic reactions' kinetics aimed to optimization of the industrial catalytic processes and to development of the new, environmentally and energetically preferable processes Comprehensive monitoring the catalytic processes progress in the domestic industry and environmental protection, and Development of the specific methods for testing and quality control of catalysts. Sector of Chemical Engineering and Inorganic Technology Within its activities this department embraces and develops the basic engineering and development research in the following fields: Transport phenomena of mass and heat transfer. The research efforts in this field are oriented to the gas, liquid and solid particles interaction in a fluidized and a spouted fluid bed. The results of these researches have been successfully applied in the semi-industrial pilot plants in the field of drying organic and inorganic suspensions and solution; in baking and drying of the granulated materials, and in the catalytic combustion of waste gases. Separation processes. A technique of reverse osmosis has been applied in purifying water for obtaining bacteriologicaly and chemically reliable waters for infusion and injection solutions, for hemodialysis. This technique has been developed at an industrial level. Department of Catalysis and Chemical Engineering
9 Senior Scientist Date and Place of Birth - September 17, 1958, Sremska Mitrovica, Vojvodina, Serbia and Montenegro Education 1977. Gimnasy Ivo Lola Ribar, Sremska Mitrovica 1982. Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade Universituy 1988. M. Sc. Thesis - Center for multidisciplinary studies, Belgrade University: Stability Factors of Titanium Anodes Activated by Ru and Ir Oxides 1994. Ph. D. Thesis - Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade Universituy: Dependence of Surface Properties of Glass-Like Carbon on Its Structure and Subsequent Treatment Scientific improvement 1989. Research Fellow1994. Research Associate 1997. Senior Research Associate2003. Senior Scientist Membership Serbian Chemical Society International Society of Electrochemistry 2001. - President of the Electrochemisty Division of the Serbian Chemical Society 2002. - Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society Professional experience 1982. -1983. Petnica Science Center, Valjevo 1983. - Department of Electrochemistry, http://elchem.ihtm.bg.ac.yu Aleksandar, Branislav, Dekanski, Ph. D.
10 International Project: Energy Efficient Electrode Meterials. Systems: Inert Substrate - Active Surface, Yugoslav-American Project: ICTM-Department of Electrochemistry, Belgrade – Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, JFP 676 (DOE), 1986-1989 National Projects: Electrodics and Electrocatalysis and Electrochemical Energy Conversion - Ministry of Science and Technology, Republic of Serbia, 1981-1995 Electrodics and Electrocatalysis - Ministry of Science and Technology, Republic of Serbia, 1996-2000 Fundamental Research of Material Surfaces and Electrochemical Processes in New Technologies, Ministry of Science SFRY, 1988-1991 Development of New Chemical Technologies and Production of Deficit Materials for Basic, Chemical, Metal, Oil and Other Industries - Ministry of Science and Technology, Republic of Serbia, 1996-2000. Conductive oxide coatings in electrocatalysis and supercapacitors, Ministry of Science, Technology and Development of Serbia, 2002-2005 Aleksandar, Branislav, Dekanski, Ph. D.
11 Papers: 56 Conferences: 106 contributions Cited (according SCI): 86 (august 2004) Aleksandar, Branislav, Dekanski, Ph. D. Contact Address Business: Njegoševa 12, P. fah 473, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro Home: Kneginje Zorke 86a, 11000 Belgrade 6, Serbia and Montenegro Telephone Business: +381 11 3232 495; Home: +381 11 435 193; Cellular: +381 64 169 62 31 Fax +381 11 3235 255 or +381 11 3370 389 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Personal Home Page http://elchem.ihtm.bg.ac.yu/AD/