Academician Velimir R. Radmilović

Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, SERBIA


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Professor Radmilović obtained his Ph.D. in Physical Metallurgy from University of Belgrade in 1985. In 1985 he was promoted into assistant professor, in 1991 associated professor and in 1995 full professor at Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade. In 1986 he joined Department of materials science, University of California at Berkeley, as a postdoctoral research associate. In 1987, he was invited to be a visiting assistant professor at University of California, Berkeley where he was teaching a graduate course on transmission electron microscopy and microanalysis. In 1992 he was visiting professor at the Department for Materials Science and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. From 1999 to 2011 he was staff scientist and principal investigator at the National Center for Electron Microscopy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and member of the team in charge of the development and implementation of the next generation of transmission electron aberration-corrected microscopes (TEAM Project). In 2011, he returns to University of Belgrade as a scientific advisor. His research interest focuses on nanoscience and nanotechnology, solid state phase transformations and interfaces, structure-property relationships in engineering materials, application of high resolution electron microscopy and spectroscopy, supported by computer modeling and simulation. He has 249 publications in peer review refereed journals (197 in SCI list journals), 19 papers in national journals, 330 in proceedings of international conferences (84 plenary or/and invited talks), 61 in conference proceedings and books of abstracts of national meetings (3 invited talks), 129 invited lectures, department seminars, and colloquiums at universities, industry and research labs worldwide. He has organized numerous symposia, workshops and international meetings. According to Google Scholar datebase his work has been cited 12987 times with H index of 55. He has 2 worldwide patents and 8 patent applications. Professor Radmilović is recepient of many awards including: Outstanding performance award from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory-University of California at Berkeley, the Belgrade City Award for Natural and Technical Sciences, The European Microscopy Society Outstanding Paper Award, the Distinguished Scientist Award given by the Ministry of Science and Education of Government of Serbia, Honorary Member of Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia, and Full member of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.