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Head of the PSL Laboratory
Full Research Professor
Room: 223, 1st floor
Phone office: (+381)11/31-61-258
Phone lab: (+381)11/37-13-178
In October 1982 love and passion for lasers brought me to PSL lab. Till late nineties I worked on physics, techniques and technology of lasers. In parallel I worked on construction and diagnostics of different plasma sources what ignited my permanent interest and love for spectroscopy. Study of spectral line shapes of H, He, C, N, O, Be and many other elements important for astrophysics or plasma technology (including even fusion plasmas) became mine dominant research area. In spectroscopy and especially in Stark broadening of spectral lines I learn a lot from Academician Nikola Konjević.
I continuously apply my interdisciplinary knowledge in developing methods of optical emission spectroscopy and laser-aided techniques for plasma diagnostics. I devoted my special attention to diagnostics of plasmas produced during pulsed laser deposition used for creation of nanocomposites. Experimental determination of atomic data for Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) and improvement of LIBS techniques are also subject of my current research.
- Laser physics, technology and applications
- Plasma spectroscopy
- Plasma diagnostics – OES and laser aided
- Stark broadening of spectral lines
- Pulsed laser deposition
OI 171014 – Spectroscopic diagnostics of low-temperature plasmas and gas discharges: Spectral line shapes and interactions with surfaces – National project – Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia
Laser induced plasmas: Spectroscopic diagnosis and applications in photonic and bio nanotechnologies, Joint Research Projects of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and Romanian Academy
Shapes and shifts of spectral lines in gas plasmas and electric gas discharges – National project of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts
III 45016 – Generation and characterization of functional structures of nano-photonics in biomedicine and computer science – National project – Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia
M. Ivković, S. Jovićević and N. Konjević, Low electron density diagnostics: development of optical emission spectroscopic techniques and some applications to microwave induced plasmas. Review. Spectrochim. Acta B (2004); 59, pp.591-605, DOI.
R. Zikić, M.A. Gigosos, M. Ivković, M.A. Gonzalez and N. Konjević, A program for the evaluation of electron number density from experimental Hydrogen Balmer beta line profiles. Spectrochim. Acta B. 2002; 57, pp.987-98, DOI.
N. Konjević, M. Ivković and S. Jovićević, Spectroscopic diagnostics of laser-induced plasmas. Review Spectrochim. Acta B. (2010); 65, pp.593–602, DOI.
N. Konjević, M. Ivković and N. Sakan, Hydrogen Balmer lines for low electron number density plasma diagnostics. Review. Spectrochim. Acta B. (2012); 76, pp.16–26, DOI.
M. Ivković and N. Konjević, Stark width and shift for electron number density diagnostics of low temperature plasma: Application to silicon LIBS. Review, Spectrochim. Acta B (2017); 131, pp.79–92, DOI.
D.K. Božanić, M. Ivković, N. Bibić, J. Hegewald, J. Pionteckÿ, R.Žikić, V. Djoković, PS-NH2+PMMA-COOH blend: a promising substrate material for the deposition of densely packed gold nanoparticles. Phys. Status Solidi RRL. (2010); 4, pp.85-87, DOI.