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Laboratory for Nano and Printed Electronics (Research group)
Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
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Laboratory for nano and printed electronics deals within latest research issues in the field of nanoelectronics and flexible electronics. We mainly focus on modeling and design of flexible electronic devices as well as modeling and simulations of their response. Part of research activities focuses on generation and synthesis of metallic nanoparticles for conductive inks, which is used as material for ink-jet printed device fabrication. In addition we perform different material characterization techniques for determination of electronic and mechanical properties.

Name email Host institution
true Stojanović Goran sgoran@uns.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Kojić Sanja sanjakojic@uns.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Kojić Tijana kojictijana@uns.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Radovanović Milan rmilan@uns.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Samardžić Nataša nsamardzic@uns.ac.rs Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad
Vasiljević Dragana dragana.vasiljevic87@gmail.com Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad

Within the Laboratory for nano and printed electronics various sensor prototypes were successfully realized, combining flexible and classical electronics fabrication techniques. Some of applications include position sensing, both linear and angular, liquid determination sensing, sensor of moisture content, etc. In addition, we have developed user friendly software tool (called PROVOD) for precise inductance calculations, which is less memory consuming with preserved accuracy comparing to commercial tools. Some interesting demonstrators have been also developed, such as: TAG&FIND, Active shelf, Slalom, memristors, etc.

Name Type
TAG&FIND Prototype
SLALOM Prototype
MEMRISTOR Technical solution
Fractal shapes micro transformers Prototype
Micro plasma reactor Concept
Resistant force sensors Prototype
PROVOD Software

M. Simic, L. Manjakkal, K. Zaraska, G. M. Stojanovic, D. Ravinder, “TiO2-Based Thick Film pH Sensor”, IEEE Sensors Journal (IF:2.512) , vol. 17, no. 2 pp. 248-255, 2017, DOI: 10.1109/JSEN.2016.2628765, ISSN: 1530-437X.

K. Cvejin, M. Sliwa, L. Manjakkal, J. Kulawik, G. Stojanovic, D. Szwagierczak, “Impedancemetric NO sensor based on YSZ/perovskite neodymium cobaltite operating at high temperatures”, Sensors and Actuators B - Chemical (IF: 5.401), vol. 228, pp. 612-624, 2016, ISSN: 0925-4005.

Dj. Tripkovic, J. Vukmirovic, B. Bajac, N. Samardzic, E. Djurdjic, G. Stojanovic, V. Srdic, “Inkjet patterning of in situ sol-gel derived barium titanate thin films”, Ceramics International (IF: 2.986), vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 1840-1846, 2016, ISSN: 0272-8842.

L. Manjakkal, K. Cvejin, J. Kulawik, K. Zaraska, D. Szwagierczak, G. Stojanovic, “Sensing mechanism of RuO2-SnO2 thick film pH sensors studied by potentiometric method and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy”, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemestry (IF: 2.822), vol. 759, pp. 82-90, 2015, ISSN: 1572-6657.

M. Radovanovic, B. Mojic-Lante, K. Cvejin, V. Srdic, G. Stojanovic, “A Wireless LC Sensor Coated with Ba0.9Bi0.066TiO3 for Measuring Temperature”, Sensors (IF: 2.033), vol. 15, no. 5, pp. 11454-11464, 2015, ISSN: 1424-8220.

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