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Laboratory for Advanced Materials SASA, Department for Amorphous Systems (Laboratory)
Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak

Department for Amorphous Systems of the Joint Laboratory for Advanced Materials SASA at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Čačak was formed in 1991. Until now, it has realized successfully 10 national scientific-research projects (seven fundamental and three development projects) funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. At the same time, a series of international projects with renowned international scientific organizations is realized:
•    Institute “A.A. Bajkov” Russian Academy of Science in Moscow 
•    Institute for Solid State and Materials Research in Dresden, Germany
•    Institute of Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing
•    Institute for Microelectronics of Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
•    Institute for Nano-materials of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in Kiev 
•    Department for Mössbauer Spectroscopy at the University of Indore, India
•    Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics at the Vienna University of Technology 
•    FOTEC GmbH Wiener Neustadt, Austria 



•     Physics, technology and application of amorphous and nanocrystalline materials 
•     Synthesis and characterization of multi-component iron-based bulk amorphous alloy rods as well as amorphous and nanocrystalline ribbons and powder 
•     Promotion of research in the area of physics and technology of advanced materials (organization of the international scientific events in the materials science and engineering in cooperation with Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts: TEOTES, FITEM, ETRAN, YUCOMAT, ACA) 

Name email Host institution
true Mitrović Nebojša nebojsa.mitrovic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Đukić Slobodan slobodan.djukic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Jordović Branka branka.jordovic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Kalezić-Glišović Aleksandra aleksandra.kalezic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Maričić Aleksa aleksa.maricic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Nedeljković Borivoje borivoje.nedeljkovic@ftn.kg.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak

With the purpose of realization of the projects, new experimental methods are being developed in order to gain and study the properties of amorphous and nanocrystalline metal alloys for application in advanced technologies: 
• development of magnetic sensors based on magnetoresistance (MR) and magnetoimpdance (MI) effect 
• thermo electrical measurements of amorphous and nanocrystalline ribbons and powders in protection atmosphere  
• dilatometric measurements of amorphous and nanocrystalline ribbons and rods  
• examining of absorption and desorption of hydrogen in metal powders by measuring the electrical resistivity of absorbent   

More than twenty doctoral dissertations and master thesis were realized in the Laboratory

1.        S.P. Alisova, P.V. Budberg, R. Dimitrijević, A. Maričić, N. Mitrović, P.M. Nikolić, S.V. Pan, M.M. Ristić, R. Simeunović and M.V. Šušić, Crystallization of Amorphous Metallic Alloys Technical Faculty Čačak and Institute of Technical Science of SASA, Čačak 2000. 
2.        N. Mitrović, S. Djukić and S. Djurić, Crystallization of the Fe-Cu-M-Si-B (M=Nb,V) Amorphous Alloys by Direct Current Joule eating IEEE TRANSACTION ON MAGNETICS MAG -36 pp. 3858-3862 (2000)
3.        N. Mitrović, S. Roth, and J. Eckert, Kinetics of the Glass-transition and Crystallization Process of Fe72-xNbxAl5Ga2P11C6B4 (x 0,2) Metallic Glasses APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, Vol. 78 pp. 2145-2147, (2001)
4.        A. Kalezić-Glišović, L. Novaković, A. Maričić, D. Minić, and N. Mitrović, Investigation of Structural Relaxation, Crystallization rocess and Magnetic Properties of Fe-Ni-Si-B-C Amorphous Alloy MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B, Vol. 131 pp.45-48 (2006)
5.        N Mitrović, S Roth and M Stoica, Magnetic Softening of Bulk Amorphous FeCrMoGaPCB Rods by Current Annealing Technique JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPUNDS, Vol. 434-435, pp. 618-622 (2007)
6.        I. Jovanović, M. Stevanović, B. Nedeljković, N. Ignjatović, The effect of processing parameters on characteristics of PLLA icrospheres,  MATERIAL SCIENCE FORUM, Vol. 555 pp. 453-458 (2007)
7.        N. S. Mitrović, S. N. Kane, P.V. Tyagi and S. Roth, Effect of DC Joule-heating thermal processing on Magnetoimpedance of Fe72Al5Ga2P11C6B4 Amorphous Alloys JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS, Vol. 320, e792-e796, (2008)
8.        Mitic V, Nikolic Z, Pavlovic V, Paunovic V,  Miljkovic M, Jordović B, Zivkovic L Influence of Rare-Earth Dopants on Barium Titanate Ceramics Microstructure and Corresponding Electrical Properties,  JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY,  Vol. 93,
 pp.132-137 (2010)  
9.        Zlatkov B, Mitrović N, Nikolić MV, Maričić A, Danninger H, Aleksić O, Halwax E,Properties of MnZn ferrites prepared by powder injection molding technology MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B, Vol. 175 pp. 217-222 (2010)                                               
10.    Stevanovic J, Stajic-Trosic J, Cosovic V, Panic V, Pesic O, Jordović B Electrodeposition of Co-Ni-MoxOy Powders: Part I. The Influence of Deposition Conditions on Powder Composition and Morphology METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS B Vol. 41 pp. 80-85 (2010)  
11.    A. Maričić, D. M. Minić, V.A. Blagojević, A. Kalezić-Glišović, D. M. Minić, Effect of Structural Transformations Preceding Crystallization on Functional Properties of Fe73.5Cu1Nb3Si15.5B7 Amorphous Alloy, INTERMETALLICS, Vol. 21, pp. 45-49 (2012)   
12.    A. Maričić, M. Spasojević, A. Kalezić-Glišović, L. Ribić-Zelenović, S. Djukić, N. Mitrović The stress effect on electrical resistivity sensitivity of FeBSiC amorphous ribbon SENSORS AND ACTUATORS: A PHYSICAL, Vol. 174 pp. 103–106 (2012)

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