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Dr. Marijana Jurić

Senior research associate
Telephone
+385 1 456 1096
Internal phone number
1296
Address
Rudjer Boskovic Institute
Bijenicka cesta 54
Zagreb
Curriculum vitae

Education

2007., Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Postgraduate Study, Chemistry, Inorganic and Structural Chemistry

2001., Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Department of Chemistry, B. Sc. in Chemistry

Research Areas

Projects

2014–2015   "Mixed oxides prepared from the heterometallic oxalate molecular precursors – characterization and properties",   Croatian-Slovenian bilateral project

2012–2013   "Preparation and properties of the dielectric ceramics based on mixed oxides of barium(II) and niobium(V) or tantalum(V)", financially supported by Croatian Academy of Science and Arts

Awards and Achievements

2012 – Ruđer Bošković Institute director's annual award for publication with high impact factor

Classes

Acad. Year 2006./2007., Laboratory Exercises in Inorganic Chemistry, Undergraduate Study of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb

Publications

Books and book chapters

Book chapters

Journal articles

Scientific and review papers

Theses

Doctoral dissertation

  • Jurić, M. (2007) 'New oxalate systems of transition metals with mono- and polynuclear units - preparation and properties', doktorska disertacija, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb.

Membership in professional associations / societies

  • Croatian Chemical Society
  • Croatian Crystallographic Association

Mentor for one diploma work and one student work

Referee: Inorg. Chem., Chem. Mater., Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., J. Mol. Struct., Polyhedron

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