Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy (ICTM) – Centre of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, University of Belgrade

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  • Department of environmental chemistry and engineering of ICTM was established in March of 2016th and consists of two teams:

    - Team of environmental chemistry
    - Team of environmental engineering

    Main research areas of the Team of environmental chemistry are:

    The study of migration, transformation and interaction of pollutants in the environment (atmospheric aerosols, soil and sediments) with environmental and health risks assessments
    Assessment of mutagenicity and potential of natural biodegradation of pollutants in ecosystems by computational chemistry methods
    Exploring solutions for pollutants removal оn their emissions sources and developing new methods for measuring and monitoring the fate of pollutants in the environment
    Combined experimental and theoretical investigations of the influences of changes of process parameters on structural and morphological properties of new mesoporous materials for photocatalytic removal of organic contaminants from water in order to preserve natural resources
    Main research areas of the Team of environmental engineering are:

    Processes and design of equipments for waste water treatment applying an electric current for total removal or reduce their concentration below the acceptable limit
    Recycling of used electrode systems and repair of worn electrical materials
    Synthesis of cross-linked polyurethanes for industrial coatings with good mechanical, thermal, and surface properties and good chemical resistance with a long service life in order to reduce waste
    Developing of new surface modified titanium dioxide nanoparticles using different types of modifiers
    Synthesis of unsaturated polyester and alkyd resins from products obtained by glycolysis of waste poly(ethylene terephthalate)
    Synthesis of agricultural films from natural polymers, and the production of unsaturated polyester resin from biomonomeras

  • First NameDragana
  • Last NameDordevic
  • TitleProf
  • PositionHead of the Centre
  • Email
  • Phone 1+381113336893
  • Organisation NameInstutute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy - University of Belgrade
  • DepartmentCenter of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering
  • TypeResearch & Academic
  • Thematic AreaAccess to raw materialsOther
  • Website(s)
  • Street NameNjegoseva
  • Street No12
  • Postal Code11000
  • TownBelgrade
  • CountrySerbia
    • 1. Which of these statements best describe your Organisation’s role in the value chain?Raw data/provider
    • 2. What are the main thematic areas of activity of your Organisation?Climate change (e.g. climatology- meteorology atmospheric composition- air quality- radiation)Other
    • Other Thematic Areasphysicochemical interaction of pollutants in the environment, migration, risk assessment
    • 3. Has your organisation participated in EO-related projects?No
    • 4. Has your Organisation participated in any Copernicus service provision, Copernicus User requirements definition or Copernicus Research & Innovation action?No
    • 5. Has your Organisation participated in any GEO/GEOSS SBA Tasks, community activities or initiatives?No
    • 6. How would you rate your Organisation’s level of collaboration with other EO actors in your country or abroad?
    • A. In your CountryLow(1-4 actors)
    • B. AbroadNone (0 Actors)
    • From the list below, please choose all the domains in which your organisation has capacities. 2) Ground-based/In-situ monitoring networks/facilities (of active or passive remote sensors- meteo/atmospheric/water sensors- etc)3) Modelling and computing processing capacities
    • Ground-based/In-situ monitoring networks/facilities

    • 1. What type of ground-based/in-situ networks or facilities do you operate?Atmospheric Composition/ProfilingSoil attributes/Spectra
    • Atmospheric Composition/Profiling

    • What is the geographic coverage/extent?LocalNationalRegional
    • In which region?North AfricaMiddle EastBalkansOther
    • Other regionWest Europe, East Europe
    • Soil attributes/Spectra

    • What is the geographic coverage/extent?LocalNationalRegional
    • In which region?Balkans
    • 2. From the list below, please choose all the networks for which you systematically collect and store data. Atmospheric Composition/ProfilingSoil attributes/Spectra
    • Atmospheric Composition/Profiling

    • Which are the measured attributes (e.g. aerosols, clouds, atmospheric pollutants, etc)? Please specify below.

      Size-segregated aerosol: urban and suburban, VOCs, composition precipitations. All meausrements based on case studies.

    • Are METADATA available?No
    • What is the temporal resolution of data acquisition?HourlyDailyOther
    • Other Temporal Resolutionone sample in 6 days
    • Data availability/access: (You can choose more than one)Upon RequestAccess to Past Archives
    • Soil attributes/Spectra

    • Are METADATA available?No
    • What is the temporal resolution of data acquisition?Other
    • Other Temporal ResolutionCase study
    • Modelling and Computing Processing Capacities

    • Model/Algorithm1

      Unmix, PMF, PCA

    • Which of the following application area(s) does the model serve? Atmospheric Composition/ProfilingSoil attributes/Spectra
    • Please specify the source of EO data used in the model.In situ data (e.g. temperature-pressure-humidity)
    • What is the geographic coverage/extent the model applies to?LocalNationalRegional
    • In which region?North AfricaMiddle EastBalkans
    • 1. Is there funding for EO activities available in your country? N/A
    • 2. Is there a National Space Policy/Strategy? N/A
    • 3. Is there a Space Agency in your country? No
    • 4. Which of the following best describes the level of coordination of EO activities in your country? None
    • 5. Which of the following best describes the level of interaction between the EO community and decision makers in your country?None
    • 1. Would your Organisation be interested in contributing with its capacities to a regional initiative of GEO and/or Copernicus, addressing regional needs in the domains of Climate Change, Access to Raw Materials, Energy, Food Security and Water? Yes under specific conditions
    • 2. Would you be interested in providing feedback to the GEO-CRADLE consortium for establishing a roadmap for the implementation of GEO and Copernicus in North Africa, Middle East and the Balkans? Yes
    • 3. Would your organisation be interested in receiving our quarterly newsletter and/or participating in future networking events? Yes to both

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