Miloš Ognjanović, MSc in Physical Chemistry, a Research Assistant at the VINS.
He obtained his BSc and MSc degrees at the Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade in 2014 and 2015. After receiving his MSc degree, Miloš joined the Laboratory for Theoretical Physics and Condensed Matter Physics of VINS as a PhD student at FP7 MAGBIOVIN Project based on the development of new approaches to tumor therapy with the help of nanostructured materials 2016-2018, and from 2018 he has been engaged in the project of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia III45015 “Magnetic and radionuclide-marked nanostructured materials for medical applications” after the call of the Ministry for talented young researchers-doctoral students to participate in scientific research projects. His scientific area is focused on the synthesis and physical chemistry of iron oxide nanoparticles used for the development of multifunctional materials for the determination of heat losses and biosensors. In these research fields, he has published numerous articles in prominent international journals. His publication record includes 28 peer-reviewed articles (h-index = 7, number of citations = 145), Scopus Author ID: 57196220763. List of publications available at https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2889-4416. He is a reviewer in selected journals: International Journal of Nanomedicine, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Еlectroanalysis, etc. Miloš won the VINS annual award for 2019 for the best junior researcher in the field of applied research.