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Jelena Purenović

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Technical Sciences
University of Kragujevac
Serbia and Montenegro


Dr. Jelena Purenovic was born on March 9, 1976 in Belgrade. Elementary school and high school of natural-mathematical direction in Nis ended with great success. Studies in the Department of Physics at the Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of Niš, graduated in Applied Physics in 2002 with an average grade of 8.78 (eighty seventy). The diploma paper, from the quantum mechanics, titled "Relativistic Quantum Mechanics of Spin Particle 1/2" was defended with a score of 10 (ten) and a graduated physicist for applied physics. Magisterial thesis titled: "Characteristics of microstructure and electrical properties of modified alumino-silicate ceramics" was defended in February 2009 at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Niš. Doctoral academic studies enrolled in the 2009/2010 academic year. at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Niš, the scientific field of Nanotechnology and microsystems . Doctoral dissertation titled "Electrophysical and Fractal Microstructural Characterization of Micro-Aluminum Aluminum Silicates Ceramics" has been defended on 05.09.2013. at the Faculty of Electronics, University of Niš.

Research Interest

Physics and Materials of Materials


  • M. Ranđelović, M. Purenović, A. Zarubica, J. Purenović , B. Matović, M. Momčilović (2012). Synthesis of composite by application of mixed Fe, Mg (hydr) oxides coatings onto bentonite - a use for the removal of Pb (II) from water . Journal of Hazardous Materials , 199-200, 367-374.

  • . M. Randjelovic, MM Purenovic, BZ Matovic, AR Zarubica, MZ Momcilovic, JM Purenovic (2014). Structural, textural and adsorption characteristics of bentonite - based composite. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials , 195, 67-74

  • J. Purenovic, M. Randjelovic, B. Matovic, M. Purenovic (2015). Application of the Minkowski layer for intergranular fractal surfaces of multiphase active microalloyed and alloyed aluminum - silicate ceramics. Applied Surface Science , 332, 440-455. ISSN: 0169-4332.

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