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University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences (UNSPMF)

Department of Physics, Nuclear Physics Laboratory

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Trg Dositeja Obradovica 4
21000
Novi Sad
Serbia
+38121459368
natasa.todorovic@df.uns.ac.rs
https://www.pmf.uns.ac.rs/en/
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Prof. Natasa Todorovic (Full Professor)

Field of Activity


1. NATURAL SCIENCES
» Physics

Core competencies

The main activities of Nuclear Physics Group (NPG) at UNSPMF, Serbia are: expertise in low-level alpha,
beta and gamma spectrometry (common, high sensitivity, direct, coincidence, anticoincidence methods
for fundamental and applied research) and public services in radiation protection (alpha, beta and
gamma spectrometry, dosimetry measurements, and non-ionizing radiation). The NPG has two
accredited laboratories (Accreditation Board of Serbia, according to ISO/IEC 17025). Besides few
National Research Projects financed by Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development
of Serbia (Nuclear Methods Investigations of Rare Processes and Cosmic No. 171002, Biosensing
Technologies and Global System for Continues Research and Integrated Management No.43002), and
projects financed by Provincial Secretariat for Science and Technology Development (Radioactivity in
drinking water and cancer incidence in Vojvodina, Improving non-destructive methods for Nuclear
Forensics), NPG participated in some International Projects: COST Action TU1301 NORM4Building and is
currently part of project MetroRADON - Metrology for Radon Monitoring (EMPIR 16ENV10). NPG is a
coordinator of one CEEPUS Action Education, training and research in Radioecology established
between 7 Universities from 7 different countries, IAEA CRP “Improving of non-destructive laboratory
based and in-situ measuring methods to respond to a nuclear security event”. NPG is a member of IAEA
ALMERA (Analytical Laboratories for the Measurement of Environmental Radioactivity) and INSEN
(International Nuclear Security Education Network) network. The Nuclear Physics Group has already
established a few International Collaborations: ISOLDE Collaboration - CERN, POLAREX Collaboration –
University of Orsay, France, ICTP – Trieste, Italy, DUBNA Institute, Russia.

H2020 Research Focus

  • Protecting the infrastructure of Europe and the people in the European smart cities
  • SU-INFRA01-2018-2019-2020: Prevention, detection, response and mitigation of combined physical and cyber threats to critical infrastructure in Europe
  • Disaster-Resilient Societies
  • SU-DRS04-2019-2020: Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) cluster
  • Fight against Crime and Terrorism
  • SU-FCT04-2020: Explosives: detection, intelligence, forensics
  • Border and External Security
  • SU-BES02-2018-2019-2020: Technologies to enhance border and external security
  • SU-BES03-2018-2019-2020: Demonstration of applied solutions to enhance border and external security
  • General matters
  • SU-GM01-2018-2019-2020: Pan-European networks of practitioners and other actors in the field of security
  • SU-GM02-2018-2020: Strategic pre-commercial procurements of innovative, advanced systems to support security

RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
FP7/H2020-ICTI-BiDaaS
SENSIBILE
COOLandHOT
ACTICIPATE
FP7/H2020-ENVFlyHigh
INFRAVEC 2
H2020_Insurance
FP7/H2020-SSH
Other Security Research Projects Improving non-destructive methods for Nuclear Forensics


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2018-12-04 / 2018-12-04