Goran Stojanović


Goran Stojanović

Full Professor at Department of Electronics, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia


Prof. Dr. Goran Stojanović (male) is a full professor at FTS-UNS. He received a BSc, MSc and a PhD degree in 1996, 2003 and 2005, respectively, from FTS-UNS, all in electrical engineering. His research interest includes printed/organic/flexible electronics, sensors, microfluidic chips as well as application of advanced nano structured materials. Author of 200 articles, including 70 in leading peer-reviewed journals with impact factors, 5 books, 1 patent. Keynote speaker for 8 international conferences.

Currently, Prof. Stojanović is a leader of the Laboratory for nano and printed electronics. Total citations: 390. H-index: 11. Prof. Stojanović has been a supervisor of 9 PhD students, 35 MSc students and 60 diploma students at the FTS-UNS. He is a visiting professor at the University Sud XI, Paris, France as well as an External Examiner for PhD students at the Milan Polytechnic, Italy and Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain. General Vice-Chair of the IEEE East-West Design & Test Symposium (EWDTS). Prof. Stojanović is a reviewer of many leading international journals such as IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Microelectronic Journal, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, International Journal of Electronics and Communications Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, etc. He is a member of Jury at the biggest regional festival of innovation and patents “Tesla Fest”, which is annually held in Novi Sad, Serbia. His charge is also an organization of the Festivals of Science, held in Novi Sad every year. He has more than 10 years’ experience in coordination of EU funded projects (H2020, FP7, EUREKA, ERASMUS, CEI), with total budget more than 8 MEUR. He awarded as a best young researcher in Vojvodina (2007) and as the best professor at FTS-UNS (2008). He has been a Deputy Ministry for science and technological development for Province of Vojvodina (2012-2016).

Lecturing topic: Design an fabrication of microfluidic chips in different technologies for biomedical applications

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