Marko SpasenovićAssociate Research Professor
I work as an Associate Research Professor (Research Fellow) at IHTM – the Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade, as part of the Center for Microelectronic Technologies (CMT). The main lines of my research are sensors based on 2D materials and graphene microphones. Prior to this post, I was Assistant Research Professor at the Institute of Physics in Belgrade. I completed my undergraduate education in Engineering Physics at Carleton University in Canada, followed by a MSc in Physics at the University of Toronto, where I researched ultrafast photocurrent generation in semiconductors (supervised by prof. Henry van Driel). I completed my PhD at AMOLF in Amsterdam and the University of Twente, the Netherlands, with a thesis on near-field mapping of optical fields in photonic and plasmonic nanostructures (supervised by prof. Kobus Kuipers). Subsequently, I held two postdoc positions at ICFO near Barcelona, Spain, where I worked on plasmons in graphene (prof. Frank Koppens) and laser trapping and cooling of levitated dielectric nanoparticles in vacuum (prof. Romain Quidant).
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Funder: Innovation Fund of Republic of Serbia
Chief Scientific Officer
Project worth 335 kEUR
Tuning many-body effects in graphene by cesium intercalation 2016 - 2017
Funder: Ministry of Science of Republic of Serbia
Project Lead from Serbian side
Bilateral exchange project with Croatia
Reviewer for the Lisa Meitner scheme Postdoctoral Fellowship
Polish National Science Scenter, Narodowe Centrum Nauki - NCN January 2018
Reviewer for the Harmonia Funding Scheme Project worth 50 kEUR
Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Mettallurgy Aug 2018 - present Belgrade, Serbia Chemical and acoustic sensors. Graphene microphones. MEMS.
Institute of Physics October 2014 - July 2018 Belgrade, Serbia Optical and structural properties of thin films, including graphene.
Institute for Photonic Sciences (ICFO) October 2011 - September 2014 Barcelona, Spain Nano-optics and nano-plasmonics of graphene (Prof. Frank Koppens) Optomechanics of graphene and dielectric nanospheres (Prof. Romain Quidant)
Institute of Physics July 2011 - October 2011 Belgrade, Serbia Optical properties of graphene.
PhD student, FOM Institute AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2007 - 2011 Supervised by Prof. L. (Kobus) Kuipers.
Thesis: Surface plasmon polaritons and light at interfaces: propagating and evanescent waves.
Reviewer for Optics Express, Optics Letters, JOSA A, Optical Materials, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Nature Communications, Microsys- tem Technologies (MITE), Carbon, ACS Applied Nano Materials. OSA Outstanding Referee Award 2014, 2015.
Member Optical Society of Serbia Feb 2015 - present
Member Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) March 2014 - present
OSA Member Advisory Network 2013, 2014
European Representative Graphene Stakeholders Association June 2013 - present
Advisory Board Member Graphene Stakeholders Association April 2013 - present
Founding President of OSA Student Chapter Amsterdam Sept 2010-May 2011
Under my leadership, the chapter won the 2011 Student Recruitment Contest.
Member Optical Society of America (OSA) 2009-2016
Participated in the organization of the conference ”Surface Plasmon Photonics 4” in Amsterdam, June 2009, Amsterdam.
BEng Engineering Physics, Carleton University, Canada 2001 - 2005 Diploma project: Fabrication of a fiber Bragg grating using phase-mask inscription by an ArF excimer laser (Prof. Jacques Albert). Graduated with High Distinction.
Nortel Networks undergraduate scholarship: 2001, 2002, and 2004
Dean’s list of distinguished students: 2002, 2004 and 2005
Marie Curie PhD fellowship: 2007 - 2010
ICFOnest (Marie Curie COFUND) Postdoctoral fellowship: 2012-2014
Tijana Tomašević-Ilić, PhD student, Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, since March 2015
Milan Vićentijević MSc student, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, promoted September 2016
Milenko Musić, MSc student, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Bel- grade, promoted June 2015
Achim Woessner, MSc student, Europhotonics program, promoted September 2012
Gabriele Navickaite, MSc student, Europhotonics program, promoted September 2012
Thijs Krijger, MSc student, Utrecht University, promoted August 2011
Dirk Jan Dikken, MSc student, Utrecht University, promoted April 2010
Lecturer - Doctoral Studies of Biophotonics, University of Belgrade 2019-now
Teaching Assistant for PHY151-152 Fall 2005, Spring 2006 Physics laboratory for Engineering Science students
• Supervised experiments, fixed equipment, graded students.
ICFO+ ”Introduction to Patent Engineering and Management” by Fractus and Herrero y Asociados Barcelona, September 2012
ICFO+ ”Effective Oral Presentations” by Jean-Luc Doumont Barcelona, March 2012 FOM ”Taking Charge of Your PhD Project” by ElroyCOM Utrecht, May 2008