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 Pavle I. Premović

Pavle I. Premović - Head of Laboratory

NAME: Pavle I. Premović (since 1998. my family name is Prem)

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, P. O. Box 224, University of Niš, 18000 Niš, Serbia.
phone: (+381) 18 514 882
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QUALIFICATION: B. Sc. in Physical Chemistry (University of Beograd, Beograd, Serbia); M. Sc. in Chemistry (University of Zagreb, Croatia); and, Ph. D. in Chemistry (University of Victoria, Victoria, B. C. Canada).
EXPERIENCE: Research Assistant (Institute of Nuclear Science, Vinča, Beograd, 1968-1973); Ph. D. student and laboratory instructor (University of Victoria, 1973-1975); Postdoctoral fellow and laboratory instructor (University of Victoria, 1975-1976); Assistant Professor (University of Niš, 1976-1979); Associate Professor (University of Niš, 1979-1988); Professor of Chemistry (University of Niš, 1988- ); Visiting scholar/associate Professor (Louisiana State University, Department of Chemistry, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, 1981-1982); Visiting scientist (University of Leipzig, Department of Physics and Earth Sciencies, Leipzig, Germany, 1982/1984); Visiting scientist (Max Planck Institute, Mainz, Germany, 1985); Visiting scientist (National Biomedical ESR Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 1986-1987); Invited Professor (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut de Physique du Globe, Paris, France, 1997-2003); Invited Professor (Facultad de Ciencias de la Tierra, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela, 1999-2000); Chairman of Department (Department of Chemistry, University of Niš, 1979-1986); Chairman of Inorganic Chemistry Department (University of Niš, 1994-); President of Serbian Chemical Society, Region of Niš (1978-1986); Member of Editorial Board for J. Serbian Chemical Society (1986- ); Abstractor for Chemical Abstracts (1973-1975).
TEACHING: Undergraduate study: Inorganic Chemistry (1980- ); Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (1976-1984); Physical Chemistry (1979-1980). Graduate study: Group Theory and Molecular Symmetry; Geochemistry; Bioinorganic Chemistry; Methods and Techniques for Characterization of Inorganic Compounds; Hydrogeochemistry; and Trace Metals in Petroleum Source Rocks.
SOCIETY MEMBER: European Association of Organic Geochemists; Planetary Society (USA); International Association of Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry; Serbian Chemical Society; and, Serbian Physicochemical Society.




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