Expert team member

Milan Rajković

Senior Research Scientist
Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, University of Belgrade
Mike Alasa St. 12-14, Belgrade, 11000 Serbia

Education

B.S. Degree in Physics, University of Kentucky

M.S. Degree in Physics, University Kentucky

Thesis title: Electronic band structure of a graphite intercalation compound with a fractional stage index.

PhD in Physics, University of Belgrade

Dissertation title: Characterization of Spatio-temporal chaos in extended systems

Teaching Experience

  • 1980-1981 Teaching assistant; Physics 201 course, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky.
  • 1981-1982 Teaching assistant; Physics 202 course, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky.
    1983-1984 Teaching assistant; course in Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Physics Department, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland.
  • Provided comprehensive teaching support for the courses mentioned above
  • Delivered one-to-one assistance to students during practical sessions
  • Delivered lectures related to laboratory experiments
  • Created course plans working in close collaboration with Professor
  • 1998present – Professor;
  • Course in Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, University of Belgrade
  • Course in Computational Topology, Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, University of Belgrade
  • 1998 – present PhD thesis advisor and mentor, Physics Department, University of Belgrade and Applied Mathematics Department, Technical University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  • Thesis supervision: Zoran Mihailović, Statistical mechanics of the Minority game, Master
    degree, Physics 2005
  • Mladen Nikolić, Hidden symmetries of ordinary differential equations, Master degree, Physics, 2006
  • Danijela Horak, Persistent homology of complex networks, Master degree, Mathematics, 2008, Normalized Combinatorial Laplacian, PhD Mathematics 2010
  • Miloš Milovanović, Self-organization in Complex Systems, Applied Mathematics, PhD 2013,
  • Slobodan Maletić, Algebraic Topology of Complex Systems, PhD Physics, 2015
  • Miroslav Andjelković, Algebraic topology of complex networks and topological aspects of nonlinear dynamical systems PhD Physics, 2019

Work and research experience

  • 1990present Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, Belgrade.
    Areas of Research:
  1. Applications of nonlinear dynamics systems theory to fluids and plasmas
  2. Spatiotemporal structures and chaos theory
  3. Fluid and Plasma Turbulence
  4. Solitons and Integrable Systems
  5. Applications of statistical physics in economics – Econophysics
  6. Statistical physics of complex systems and networks
  7. Applied and computational topology1986 – 1988 Institute of Nuclear Sciences Vinča, Belgrade

Area of research:

  • Applications of catastrophe theory to rainbow effect in ion channeling
    • 1982-1985, University of Kentucky

Area of research:

  • Solid state physics of graphite intercalation compounds
  • Manager and project coordinator of projects financed by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of SerbiaОI 101986 period:
    • 2000-2005; Nonlinear modelling and dynamics of multiphase flows with applications to thermal energy systems and industry
    • ОI 144022 period: 2006-2010; Nonlinear phenomena and dynamics of complex systems and fluid flows
    • ОI 174014 period: 2011 – 2019; Advanced analytical, numerical and methods of analysis of applied fluid dyanmics and complex systems
  • Coordinator for the Republic of Serbia and member of the managing Committee of the European Scientific programs:
    • COST P10 Action “Physics of Risk”, 2004-2007.
    • COST MP0901 Action “Physics of Competition and Conflict” 2008-2012.
    • COST Action“ Analyzing the dynamics of information and knowledge landscapes – KNOWeSCAPE 2013-2017.

Languages

English: Fluent (reading, writing, speaking)
French: Fluent (reading, writing, speaking)
Russian: Reading and speaking
Italian: Reading and speaking

Summary

  • B.S. Degree in Physics, University of Kentucky
  • M.S. Degree in Physics, University Kentucky
  • PhD in Physics, University of Belgrade

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