Dr. Marija Perović, PhD in Physics, is a Senior Research Associate at the VINS.
She received her BSc (2006) in Theoretical and Experimental Physics from the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade, her MSc. (2007) and PhD (2013) degree in the field of Condensed Matter Physics from the same faculty. Her research field encompasses investigation of relaxation phenomena (memory effects, magnetic aging) in strongly interacting nanoparticle systems, magnetic nanoparticles with potential biomedical application, particularly in magnetic hyperthermia, synthesis and characterization of rare earth and transition metals based magnetic systems (iron oxide nanoparticles, manganites) with focus on their magnetic properties. She has preferences towards experimental investigations of magnetic materials (AC susceptibility and DC magnetization measurements, Mössbauer spectroscopy). M. Perovic had opportunity to be involved in several national and international projects (within FP-6 and FP-7 Framework Programmes) aimed toward state-of-the-art research topics and to collaborate with the eminent experts in the field, which significantly improved her experimental skills and knowledge, but also experience in project management. She was Project Leader in two bilateral projects funded by Ministry of Education, Science and Technological development on “Application of magnetic nanoparticles in the development of thermal memory cell“, Project no. 451-03-38/2016-09/26 and “Magnetic nanocomposites for biomedicine“, Project no. 337-00-107/2019-09/07. M. Perovic was invited lecturer at 6th International Conference on Nanomaterials – Research & Application NANOCON and Mediterranean Conference on the Applications of Mössbauer Effect MECAME 2016. In 2018, she supervised Master thesis with the subject related to the application of MNPs in magnetic hyperthermia. M. Perovic has published 25 papers from SCI list that have been cited more than 220 times (h-index = 10). List of publications available at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0088-7612.