Marina Radenković

Research Assistant

Research interest: environmental chemistry, analytical chemistry, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)


BSc in Chemistry (2017), University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, BSc thesis title: The influence of plasticizers based on polyethylene glycol and linseed oil fatty acids on the mechanical and barrier properties of mulching films for agricultural use

МSc in Chemistry (2018). University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry, MSc thesis title: Biomonitoring of elements using grapevine leaves and mosses in organic and commercial vineyards


2006 – present, Department of Physical Chemistry, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča

Active projects:

Program topic: Development of laser methods for pollution detection and environmental monitoring (2021- present); participant.

Bilateral project with Hungary. Cooperation between Department for analytical and inorganic chemistry of University of Szeged and Institute of nuclear sciences VINČA: „Performance enhancement of solid sampling laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy using composite metallic nanoparticles“ (2021-2023), participant.

Bilateral project with Belorussia. Cooperation between Institute of Physics “B.I. Stepanov”, NAN Belarus, Minsk, Belorussia, and Institute of nuclear sciences VINČA, Belgrade, Serbia. Title fo project: “Synthesis of advanced nanoparticles by plasma techniques for the development of new electrochemical sensors””(2022-2024), participant.

List of five selected publications:

  1. Ognjanović, M., Nikolić, K., Radenković, M., Lolić, A., Stanković, D., Živković, S. 2022. Picosecond laser-assisted synthesis of silver nanoparticles with high practical application as electroanalytical sensor. Surfaces and Interfaces, 35, 102464.
  1. Radenković, M., Momčilović, M., Petrović, J., Mraković, A., Relić, D., Popović, A. and Živković, S., 2022. Removal of heavy metals from aqueous media by sunflower husk: A comparative study of biosorption efficiency by using ICP-OES and LIBS. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, (00), pp.22-22.