Milan Obradovic joined INL as a research fellow within the Nanoelectronics Engineering Department (Nanodevices Research Group) in February 2018. His research at INL is focused on the development of sensor arrays with a proximity response to hand motion driven control in automotive applications.
Milan Obradovic graduated at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, with a diploma in Solid State Physics (major: Biomedical Engineering). He was particularly interested in sensors, optics, biophysics and materials. After graduation, he has worked as a research assistant in the Laboratory for Optics and Lasers at the Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia. In 2017, Milan was awarded his PhD in experimental physics by KU Leuven (Laboratory for Solid State Physics and Magnetism), Belgium. His research has focused on the electro-optical and plasmonic properties of prototype capacitor-like nanosensors with incorporated a few nm-sized noble metal nanoparticles. Before joining INL, he has worked within the Serbian Education System.
- M. Obradovic, M. Di Vece, D. Grandjean, K. Houben, P. Lievens
Charging Gold Nanoparticles in ZnO by Electric Fields
J. Phys. Condens. Matter. 28, 035303 (2016)
- M. Obradovic, M. Di Vece, I. Asselberghs, D. Grandjean, K. Clays, P. Lievens
Photoluminescence as a Probe of the Electrical Charge Dependence of Gold Nanoparticles
J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 15, 9766 (2015)
- M. Di Vece, B. Kolaric, K. Baert, G. Schweitzer, M. Obradovic, R. A. L. Valée, P. Lievens, K. Clays
Controlling the photoluminescence of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots with a magnetic field
Nanotechnology 20, 135203 (2009)
- Z. D Grujic, M. M. Mijailovic, B. M. Pantic, M. Minic, A. G. Kovacevic, M. Obradovic, B. M. Jelenkovic, S. Cartaleva
Zeeman Coherence Narrowing due to Ramsey Effects Induced by Thermal Motion of Rubidium Atoms
Acta Phys. Pol. A 112, 799 (2007)