Marija Živković

Principal technical associate

Research interest: indoor and outdoor air pollution, particulate matter, VOC, PAHs, OC/EC


BSc in Environmental Chemistry (2010), University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, BSc thesis title: “Organic geochemical characteristics of liquid products of pyrolysis and catalyzed pyrolysis of the kerogen type II/III (Valjevo-Mionica basin)”.

PhD in Chemistry (2023), University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, PhD thesis title: “Composition of indoor and outdoor air pollution in school environments in Serbia”.


2010 – 2021, Department of Thermal Engineering and Energy, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča

2021 – present, Department of Physical Chemistry, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča

Active projects:

Program topic: Indoor and outdoor air pollution – measurement and modeling of the spatiotemporal distribution of air pollution and exposure assessment (2021- present); participant.

International project HORIZON-WIDERA-2021-ACCESS-02, WeBaSOOP Grant Agreement no 101060170. Serbia coordinator (VINCA) and partners institution (IRMB,PHIB) and the internationally leading partners (NILU, CSIC, UNG, DEAKIN): „Research Reinforcing in the Western Balkans in Offline and Online Monitoring and Source Identification of Atmospheric Particles“ (2022-2025), participant.

 List of five selected publications:

  1. Marija Živković, Milena Jovašević-Stojanović, Anka Cvetković, Ivan Lazović, Viša Tasić, Žana Stevanović, Ivan Gržetić, PAHs levels in gas and particle-bound phases in schools in Serbia, Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering Quarterly, 2015, 21, pp. 159 – 167,
  2. Marina Jovanović, Biljana Vučićević, Valentina Turanjanin, Marija Živković, Vuk Spasojević , Investigation of indoor and outdoor air quality of the classrooms at a school in Serbia, Energy (2014),
  3. Marija Živković, Milena Jovašević-Stojanović, Anka Cvetković, Rastko Jovanović, Dragan Manojlović, Characterisation of fine particulate matter level, content and sources of a kindergarten microenvironment in Belgrade city center, Thermal Science, 2023, 27, pp. 2215 – 2228, IF(2022): 1,7 (Thermodynamics 48/62)
  4. Rastko Jovanović, Marija Živković, Probabilistic Simulation of Incremental Lifetime Cancer Risk of Children and Adults Exposed to the Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons – PAHs in Primary School Environment in Serbia, Model Development аnd Validation, Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems (Book Chapter), 90, 2020, pp. 203-220,
  5. Biljana Vučićević, Marija Živković, Valentina Turanjanin, Vukman Bakić, Marina Jovanović, Impact of lockdown on air quality in Belgrade during COVID-19 pandemic, Thermal Science, 2023, OnLine-First Issue 00, pp. 212 – 212,