Tamara Gavrilović

PhD. chem. Tamara Gavrilović

Position: Postdoctoral Researcher at Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia
E-mail: tamAZ_face

PhD. Chem. Tamara Gavrilović
Position: Postdoctoral Researcher at Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia
Email:tashichica@gmail.com

EDUCATION
• 2015 Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia, PhD in Chemistry
• 2011 Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia, MSc in Chemistry
• 2010 Faculty of Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia, BSc in Chemistry

EXPERIENCE
• 2017-present: Postdoctoral Researcher at Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia
• 2016-2017: Research Assistant, Laboratory for Radiation Chemistry and Physics, ”Vinča” Institute of Nuclear Science, Belgrade, Serbia
• 2014-2016: Research Assistant, Laboratory for Radiation Chemistry and Physics, ”Vinča” Institute of Nuclear Science, Belgrade, Serbia
• 2012-2014: Research Trainee, Laboratory for Radiation Chemistry and Physics, ”Vinča” Institute of Nuclear Science, Belgrade, Serbia

SKILLS
• Structural (XRD), morphological and and optical characterization (down-conversion and up-conversion luminescence and lifetime measurements) of rare earth doped nanopowders based on vanadates, sulphide, oxides and other hosts
• Absorbtion spectroscopy
• Optimization of parameters and development of novel and innovative routes for synthesis and functionalization of photoluminescent nanomaterials
• Scientific data analysis software Origin Pro
RESEARCH INTEREST
• Identification and solving numerous research problems such as enhancement of photoluminescence, surface functionalisation, coatings, detection instrumentation, bioanalytical and diagnostic applications.
• Potential applications of inorganic photoluminescence nanoparticles in biology and (bio)medicine (as biosensors, diagnostic tools etc).

PUBLICATIONS
1. T. V. Gavrilović, D. J. Jovanović, V. Lojpur, M.D. Dramićanin, ”Multifuctional Eu3+– and Er3+/Yb3+-doped GdVO4 nanoparticles synthesized by reverse micelle method”, Scientific Reports, Vol. 4, p. 4209 (9pp) (2014).
2. Tamara V. Gavrilović, Dragana J. Jovanović, Krisjanis Smits, Miroslav D. Dramićanin, “Multicolor upconversion luminescence of GdVO4:Ln3+/Yb3+ (Ln3+ = Ho3+, Er3+, Tm3+, Ho3+/Er3+/Tm3+) nanorods”, Dyes and pigments, 126:1-7 (2016).
3. T. V. Gavrilović, D. J. Jovanović , V. Lojpur, V. Đorđević, M.D. Dramićanin, “Enhancement of luminescence emission from GdVO4:Er3+/Yb3+phosphor by Li+co-doping”, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Vol. 217, p. 92-98 (2014).
4. Tamara V. Gavrilović, Dragana J. Jovanović, Lidija V. Trandafilović, Miroslav D. Dramićanin, “Effects of Ho3+ and Yb3+ doping concentrations and Li+ co-doping on the luminescence of GdVO4 powders”, Optical Materials 45, (2015) 76-81.
5. T. V. Gavrilović, M. G. Nikolić, D. J. Jovanović, M.D. Dramićanin, “Up-conversion luminescence of Tm3+ sensitized by Yb3+ ions in GdVO4”, Physica Scripta, T157, 014055 (4pp) (2013)
6. Tamara V. Gavrilović, Dragana J. Jovanović, Vesna Lojpur, Aleksandar Nikolić, Miroslav D. Dramićanin, “Influence of Er3+/Yb3+ concentration ratio on the down-conversion and up-conversion luminescence and lifetime in GdVO4:Er3+/Yb3+microcrystals”, Science of Sintering, 47, (2015) 221-228.