Dr Aleksandar Kremenović, full professor


Born: 15.07.1967. in Belgrade, Serbia

ADDRESS:

Laboratory for Crystallography
Faculty of Mining and Geology
Djusina 7, Belgrade, Serbia

telephone:+381 11 2635217
fax: +381 11 2635217

Institute of Nuclear Sciences “VINCA”
Solid state Physics Laboratory 020/2 P.O.Box 522, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia

telephone: +381 11 80 65 828
fax: +381 11 80 65 829

email: akremen@eunet.yu

EDUCATION:

  • 2004. B.Sc. – Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia , (Dissertation title: “Crystal structure, cationic distribution and microstructure analysis of ultrafine Zn-Mn ferrite powders obtained from acetilacetonate complexes”)
  • 2000. Ph.D. – Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Serbia , (Dissertation title: “Structural investigations of phase transitions in hexacelsian and kalsilite synthesized by the thermally induced transformations of cation exchanged zeolites”)
  • 1995. M.Sc. – Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Serbia , (Dissertation title: “Crystal structures of MAl2Si2O8 (M=Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+, Pb2+) synthesized by the process of thermally induced transformations of LTA and FAU zeolites”)
  • 1992. B.Sc. – Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Serbia , (Dissertation title: “Synthesis and structure characterization of Ca, Sr, Ba – feldspars by using Rietveld method”)

PRESENT POSITION:

  • 2007. Ass. Prof. at Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Laboratory for crystallography.

PREVIOUS POSITIONS:

  • 2001. – 2003. Invited teacher/researcher at laboratory SPMS, Ecole Centrale Paris, France.
  • 1997. – 2003. Teaching assistant at Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Laboratory for crystallography.

FIELDS OF INTEREST:

  • Phase transition of zeolites and related compounds. Structures of crystal and amorphous products obtained during solid state reactions in zeolites and related compounds.
  • Structure and structural changes of dodecatungstophosphoric acid and its salts induced by temperature treatment.
  • Crystal and magnetic structure and microstructure of some magnetic materials (garnets, spinels, mixed rare earth oxides).
  • Crystal structure and microstructure analysis of nanocrystals from X-ray and neutron diffraction patterns, crystal structure refinement by the Rietveld method.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONS:

  • Member of professional societies: Serbian Crystallographic Society; Society of physico-chemists of Serbia.
  • Foreign languages: English – fluent; France – moderate.

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