Head of the Project 171014
Associate Research Professor
Room: 223, 1st floor
Phone office: (+381)11/31-61-258
Phone lab: (+381)11/37-13-178
Curriculum vitae (Serbian)
Main subject of my research relates to experimental research in the field of plasma physics, gas discharges, and physics of lasers. I used different experimental techniques in the numerous studies of low-temperature plasma from various sources and under various conditions. In particular, the most often used method of plasma diagnostics was optical emission spectroscopy, where the shape and broadening of spectral lines of hydrogen and non-hydrogenic atomic and ionic lines were used to derive the basic plasma parameters, temperature and electron density. Also, I have investigated the interaction of laser radiation with metal targets in the presence of plasma and various gases associated with the application of lasers, especially in the field of environmental pollution and LIBS (laser induced breakdown spectroscopy) in general; LIBS detection of liquids, submerged materials and organic materials (including explosives); laser induced plasma formation on and inside the liquid, processes and radiation detection.
- Plasma spectroscopy
- Plasma diagnostics-different experimental techniques
- Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
ON 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
– Project abstract in Serbian and English
N. Konjević and S. Jovićević: Spectrophone measurements of air pollutants absorption coefficients at CO2 laser wavelenghts, Spektroscopy Letters, 12 (4), 259-274 (1979), DOI.
S. Jovićević, N. Konjević, N. I. Chapliev, V. I. Konov and A. M. Prokhorov : On plasma surface coupling of 1.06μm laser radiation with copper targets, Optics Communications, vol 61, N03, 211-214 (1987), DOI.
S. Jovićević, M. Ivković, Z. Pavlović and N. Konjević: Parametric study of an atmospheric pressure microwave induced plasma of the mini MIP torch – I. Two-dimensional spatially resolved electron number density measurements, Spectrochim.Acta B 55, 1879-93 (2000), DOI.
M. Ivkovic, S. Jovicevic, N. Konjevic: Low electron density diagnostics: development of optical emission spectroscopic techniques and some applications to microwave induced plasmas,Spectrochimica Acta B 59, 591–605 (2004), DOI.
M. Cvejić, E. Stambulchik, M.R. Gavrilović, S. Jovićević, N. Konjević: Neutral lithium spectral line 460.28nm with forbidden component for low temperature plasma diagnostics of laser-induced plasma, Spectrochimica Acta Part B 100, 86–97 (2014), DOI.
V. Lazic, S. Jovićević: Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy inside liquids: Processes and analytical aspects, Review, Spectrochimica Acta Part B 101, 288–311 (2014), DOI.
M. R. Gavrilović, M. Cvejić, V. Lazic and S. Jovićević: Secondary plasma formation after single pulse laser ablation underwater and its advantages for laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 14629-14637 (2016), DOI.