Petar Uskoković
Prof. Dr. Petar Uskoković
University professor, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Department of printing engineering/Department of materials engineering, University of Belgrade
Karnegijeva 4
+38111 3370425
Miscellaneous Information:

Current positions:

  • Full professor (2010-) and vice-dean (2012-) for science and doctoral studies at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade.
  • President of the Academic Council of Technical Sciences of the University of Belgrade (2015-)
  • President of the Assembly of the Institute for General and Physical Chemistry (2015-)


Visiting positions:

  • Visiting professor at the Laboratoire de Mecanique Appliquee (CNRS), Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon, France (2003)
  • Research Associate: Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong (2003/2004)


Most significant international scientific projects:

  • Project or Work package leader in numerous international scientific projects: QIMSEE project, Quality Improvement of Master programs in Sustainable Energy and Environment - HERD Energy;
  • TEMPUS MEM - Development and implementation of an International Joint Master Program and LLL courses on Material and Energy Flow Management;
  • FP7 Regpot-2009–1 NANOTECH FTM, Grant No. 245916; EUREKA E!5851 FeVal, Sustainable Materials and Products from Poultry Feather Wastes;
  • EUREKA E!4040 Mec-Rec, Assessment of mechanical recycling technologies for plastics;
  • EUREKA E!3524 Poly-Comp, Polymer matrix and mineral filler compatibility for the production of industrial articles with improved properties;
  • France-Serbian Project – Pavle Savic-451-01-1278 (Damage detection in filament-wound composite tubes by using embedded optical fibers);
  • Hong Kong PolyU Research Fund projects: G.45.37.YD67 (Development of inorganic particle filled UHMWPE biocomposites with enhanced wear resistance);
  • (Effects of crazing on polymer matrix biocomposites); and G-YG42 (In situ forming of biopolymer for programmable degradation properties).


Most significant national scientific projects:

  • Synthesis, design of technology and applications of nanostructured multifunctional materials with defined properties, Integrative and interdisciplinary research, Project code: III 45019;
  • Application of functionalized carbon nanotubes and gold nanoparticles for preparation of dendrite cells in tumour therapy, Project Code: 175102;
  • Synthesis of functional materials with controlled structure on molecular and nano level, Project code: 142006;
  • Project of technology and equipment for fabrication of hybrid insulating composites based on recycled glass fibers, Project code: 6744; Molecular design of monolith and composite materials, Project code:
  • 1431 – granted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia, etc.


member since 2008