Dr Milica Pavkov Hrvojević

She was born in Novi Sad in 1972. She graduated from the Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad in 1995. She defended her MSc (magister’s) thesis at the Faculty of Physics in Belgrade in 1999 and received her PhD degree from the Faculty of Sciences in Novi Sad in 2002. She was appointed Associate Professor in 2008 at the Department of Physics where she has been teaching the following courses: Introduction to Theoretical Physics, Selected Chapters in Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Theory of Relativity, Modelling of Global Changes, Practical Work in Continuum Mechanics for Meteorology.

She held the position of the Vice Dean for International Cooperation, Science and Development since October 2009. Before that she held the position of Assistant Director at the Department of Physics in charge of science and international cooperation. In 2013, she was appointed full professor for the scientific field of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad.

In July 1995, she spent a research and study period at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Department of Biophysics. In 2005, she attended the annual Nobel Laureate Meeting that is held annually in Lindau, Germany. She spent one month of her specialization period in Oxford at the Department of Physics, Research Group of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. In July 2005 and July 2009, she visited The Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste. She is a member of the Serbian Physical Society and the Republic Commission for Physics Competitions for primary and secondary schools. She speaks English, German and Russian.