Dr. Dalibor Stanković, Senior Research Associate in VINS and Assistant Professor the at Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Department of Analytical chemistry and.
He finished BSc at UBFC in 2008 and obtained a PhD at the same Faculty in 2012, at the Department of Analytical chemistry. He was employed at the Innovative center of the Faculty of Chemistry (ICFC) from 2009 to 2016. From 2016 he moved to the Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, on the FP7 MAGBIOVIN project in the Laboratory for Radioisotopes, 070. At the beginning of 2020, he moved to the UBFC as an assistant professor at the Department of Analytical chemistry. He spent fourteen months as a postdoc researcher at the Department of Analytical chemistry, Karl-Franzens, University of Graz, Austria, under the supervision of Prof. Kurt Kalcher, head of the group “Sensors and Electronics”. His main research topic is electrochemistry – electroanalytical chemistry (chemical sensors and biosensors) and electrochemistry of potential drugs, as well as, environmental chemistry – application of novel electrochemical advanced oxidation processes. He is the coordinator of the ongoing CEEPUSIII network, PI for two bilateral projects, and PI on the ongoing Eureka project. He was/is also a member of 5 more international projects and one Innovation project. He has published 136 peer-reviewed articles (h-index = 22, number of citations >1400). List of publications available at https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7465-1373.