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Institute of Nuclear Research ''Vinca''
Department of Material Sciences

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StreetMike Petrovica Alasa 12-16 P.fah.522 
ZIP, City, State 11000 - Belgrade (Serbia) 
Phone+ 381 11 243 94 54 
Fax+ 381 11 243 94 54 
Emailboskovic@vin.bg.ac.rs 
Webwww.vin.bg.ac.rs 
 Contact person

Dr. Snezana Boskovic (Head of Ceramic Department)
 Activities in Research and Development

 RTD sectors:
» Micro and Nanotechnologies     
» Industrial manufacture     
» Plant Engineering and maintenance     
» Materials technology     
» Energy storage and supply     
» Energy production/transformation     
» Fossil energy      
» Renewable energy     
» Energy efficiency     

 Area of expertise (keywords)
» Material Sciences
» Ceramics
» Oxide Ceramics
» Non-Oxide Ceramics
» Ceramic Composites
» Seeded Si3N4 Ceramics
» Mechanochemistry
» Fracture toughness
» Solid State Reactions
» Phase equilibria
» SOFC
» Ceria Doped Solid Solutions
» Perovskite Doped Solid Solutions
» Crystal Structure Studies. Nanopowder Synthesis and Characterization
 RTD Experiences

 Description of RTD activities
Material Sciences, Studuying the phenomena taking place during solid state as well as liquid phase sintering of oxides and non-oxides. Additive effect on the phase equilibria and properties. Solid state reactions activated by introducing mechanical energy into the system. Orriginally developed methods for nanopowder syntheses predominantly for SOFC components.Structural and microstructural studies of ceramics. Effect of dopants on the structural and microstructural properties of ceramic electrolyties, Mechanical properties first of all fracture toughness.

 Experiences in international Programmes
1. REACTIONS AND PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN OXIDE AND NON-OXIDE SYSTEMS, Slovenija
2.DEVELOPMENT OF CeO2 BASED CERAMIC ELECTROLYTE FOR SOFC, Nemacka (lab 170)Synthesis of CeO2 nanopowders doped with rare earth ions. Calculation ofthermodynamic equilibrium in systems based on CeO2 and defining the stability of solid solutions
3. POWDER SYNTHESIS AND SINTERING OF COMPOSITIONS FOR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL COMPONENTS, Canada (lab.170)Synthesis of doped powders of nanosize scale for SOFC with perovskite and fluorite type crystal structure, sintering and characterization
4.SILICONNITRIDE BASE MONOLITH AND COMPOSITE CERAMIC MATERIALS, saradnja sa Kanadom (lab. 170)Synthesis of in situ composites by introducing beta silicnnitride seeds into alpha S3N4 matrix with the aim of activating toughening mechanisms which bring about increased toughness

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2005-11-01 / 2007-08-28