Nina Obradović was born on March 25, 1977 in Belgrade, Serbia. She graduated from the Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, in 2001. The title of her graduation thesis was “Dissociation constants of tyrosine and its possibility for complexion with Sn(II)-ion”. She acquired her MSc degree at the same Faculty in 2005 with thesis “Sintering of ZnO-TiO2 system”. Nina Obradović was elected a Research Assistant in 2005. She defended her PhD thesis at the Faculty of Physical Chemistry in Belgrade (“The additive influence on sintering of ZnO-TiO2 system according to triad ‘synthesis-structure-properties’”) in December 2007.
She has been working at the Institute since 2002.
Nina Obradović is a member of the Serbian Ceramic Society and the Society of Physical Chemists of Serbia.
She is is a reviewer for the Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, Processing and Application of Ceramics, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Tehnika.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Materials Science, Physical Chemistry
Faculty of Physical Chemistry, Belgrade, Serbia (Dec. 2007)
Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Materials Science, Physical Chemistry
Faculty of Physical Chemistry, Belgrade, Serbia (Apr. 2005)
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Physical Chemistry
Faculty of Physical Chemistry, Belgrade, Serbia (Dec. 2001)
Experimental skills: Materials characterization techniques SEM, XRD, TEM, Thermal analyzers (DTA, DSC, TG, dilatometer), High temperature furnaces, Ball milling, etc.
Fields of interest: Nanostructured Materials, Powder Technology, Ceramics, Materials Characterization, Thermal Analysis