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Laboratory for Radiation Physics is located within the Department for Physics at the Faculty of Science in Kragujevac. Its establishment started back in 1978, when Prof. Petar Marković came from Institute “Vinča” to the Faculty of Science in Kragujevac. The Laboratory is involved in various fields within radiation physics, such as radioecology, neutron dosimetry, modelling of interaction of radiation with material, radioactivity control, radiobiology, radon measurement, etc. It has published more than 150 papers in international journals on SCI (ISI) list and many appearances at national and international conferences. This Laboratory has shown remarkable and significant activity in accidental situtations, such as accident in Chernobyl and Fukushima, as well as in war conditions related to depleted uranium.

The web-site of the group can be found at http://www.pmf.kg.ac.rs/radijacionafizika/  


• Gamma spectroscopy 
• Radon measurement
• Measurement of ambient dose equivalent 
• Dose calculation 
• Monte Carlo method 
• Human body phantoms 
• Neutron dosimetry 

Name email Host institution
true Nikezić Dragoslav nikezic@kg.ac.rs Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Kostić Dragana Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Krstić Dragana dragana@kg.ac.rs Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Marković Vladimir Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Milenković Biljana Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Stajić Jelena Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac
Stevanović Nenad nstevanovic@kg.ac.rs Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kragujevac

The publication of a great number of scientific papers

Resource Name Type
Gamma spectrometer Equipment
Alpha spectrometer Equipment
Atomteh Equipment
MCNP software Special software

1.        Marković, V.M., Krstić, D., Stevanović, N., Nikezić, D.R. Photon albedo for water, concrete, and iron at normal incidence, and dependence on the thickness of reflecting material.  2013 Nuclear Technology and Radiation Protection 28 (1) , pp. 36-44.

2.        Gulan, L., Milic, G., Bossew, P., Omori, Y., Ishikawa, T., Mishra, R., Mayya, Y.S., Nikezic D., Zunic, Z.S. Field experience on indoor radon, thoron and their progenies with solid-state detectors in a survey of Kosovo and Metohija (Balkan region)  2012 Radiation Protection Dosimetry 152 (1-3) , art. no. ncs221 , pp. 189-197.

3.        Markovic, V.M., Krstic, D., Nikezic, D., Stevanovic, N. Doses from radon progeny as a source of external beta and gamma radiation. Radiation and Environmental Biophysics 51 (4) , 2012, pp. 391-397  

4.        Krstic, D., Cuknic, O., Nikezic, D. Application of MCNP5 software for efficiency calculation of a whole body counter.  2012, Health Physics 102 (6) , pp. 657-663.  

5.        J. Stajic, D. Nikezic.Detection efficiency of a disk shaped detector with a critical angle for particles with a finite range emitted by a point like source.  Applied Radiation and Isotopes 2012. 70 (3) , pp. 528-532.  

6.        Jovanovic B., Nikezic D. Probability of bystander effect per mSv induce by   radiation. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry  DOI: 10.1007/s10967-011-1110-2, 2011 Vol. 289 (3), pp. 751-755   

7.        D. Nikezic, V. M. Markovic, D. Krstic, and P. K. N. Yu. Doses in human organs due to alpha, beta and gamma radiations emitted by thoron progeny in the lung. Radiation Protection Dosimetry,    doi:10.1093/rpd/ncq237. (2010), Vol. 141, No. 4, pp. 428–431 
8.        D. Krstic, D. Nikezic, N. Stevanovic, D.Vucic. Radioactivity of some domestic and imported building materials  from South Eastern Europe. Radiation Measurements. 42 (2007) 1731 – 1736

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