Milos Djukic

Associate Professor
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Serbian Network of Excellence in Materials Science

Bilateral Meetings

  • Tuesday 14:00-18:00
DescriptionMaterials engineers and scientists will play a pivotal role in solving technological problems in healthcare, medicine, clean water, food and energy to serve the growing and ageing EU population. There are many drivers for future materials research, two examples being the internet of everything and establishing of the European Network of Excellence (EU-NoE). The EU-NoE aims to strengthen scientific and technological excellence by developing an integrated and interdisciplinary understanding of materials technology, and co-evolution with science, industry and society, and also by addressing the fragmentation of the European research in this area. Its main objective is to enable an open and productive dialogue and free online collaboration tools in accordance with the growing R&D networking demands between all disciplines which study materials science from any scientific or technological perspective and which in turn are being transformed by continuous advances within the European Union.
Organization Type University, Consultant
CityBeograd, Kraljice Marije 16 Google map
Areas of Activities

Material Science


      Research and development



        “ EUREKA project E! 2774 FACTORY WELDERS' PASSPORT has created an
        online passport that enables skilled welders to move and work freely
        throughout Europe.

        • The Factory Welders' Passport is a harmonization of EWF (European Welders Federation) skills and training certificates that allows for the accreditation of welding related personnel, wherever they work in Europe.

        • The Factory Welder's Passport also solves a problem that has cost the
        welding industry millions of euro the investigative work to check whether a certificate issued by an accredited body in one country is the equivalent of another from a different country. Both the Norwegian National Institute of Technology, the major accredited body in this market and the Aker Group, the largest industrial group in Norway, have already implemented the system for their daily operations.

        Cooperation Offered
        1. Service agreement

        Assessment of the Degree of Long Term Degradation Damage of Materials and Remaining Life Assessment

        1. Certified standard procedure for Remaining Life Assessment of critical components in Electric Power Industry,
        2. Implementation of the most advanced maintenance procedures and
        3. Lifetime extension of ageing thermal power plants.

        The certified procedure for remaining life assessment can be presented in three steps:
        • the systematization of design data and plant operating history (Level I);
        • implementation of the procedure, data processing and correlation (Level II);
        • integrity assessment and remaining life assessment of components (level III).

        Cooperation Offered
        1. Technical co-operation
        2. Service agreement
        Cooperation Requested
        1. Technical co-operation
        2. Service agreement

        Boiler Tube Erosion in Thermal Power Plants

        Project comprises identification and quantification of the limits of
        the major parameters determining coal quality and their preparation,
        effect of operating factors on predominant erosion mechanisms,
        erosion rate and preferable locations.

        Also included in the report is a critical review of the current state of
        the art of boiler erosion mechanisms, description of the effectiveness
        of various erosion protection methods used to limit the deleterious
        effects of different degradation mechanisms and recommendations
        for maintaining and improving the reliability of the boiler tubing
        systems of thermal power plants. For predicting the remaining
        life of boiler tubes, a prognostic model was developed.

        Cooperation Offered
        1. Technical co-operation
        2. Service agreement

        Hydrogen Embrittlement - Understanding and research framework

        Proposed research framework in hydrogen embrittlement refers to the challenges and most obvious problems of how to link models, phenomenology and morphology of hydrogen-related failures of industrial components at different scales and how to successful translate the insights gained into outcomes of practical value to the engineering community. We are looking for partnerships and formation of an excellent consortium consisting of complementary partners that will help us to retain our competitive edge over the long term.

        Keywords: Methods: ChemistryElectrochemistryMaterials ChemistrySolid-state ChemistryChemical EngineeringMaterials EngineeringMass SpectrometrySpectroscopy TechniquesMicroscopyOptical MicroscopyScannin
        Cooperation Offered
        1. Technical co-operation
        Cooperation Requested
        1. Technical co-operation