About us

Our Mission


Members of the EMOS research group are engaged in understanding the fundamental processes of degradation and analysis of organic pollutants. Research activities are based on the application of both experimental methods and computer calculations, and artificial intelligence. We are also dedicated to teaching activities and the involvement of students and young researchers in everyday research activities.  

Part of EMOS research group for the occasion of Faculty day 🙂 Sanja was awarded as the best professor voted by students in the 2018-2021 period

The group members have published over 135 scientific papers in international journals. In addition, group members have participated in many national and international meetings. Members of the group have reviewed many articles for international journals and held significant scientific and popular lectures.

Within the research group, a number of graduation and master’s theses were done by students on the topic of analysis and photodegradation of biologically active compounds and molecular modeling. Currently, four PhD students are working in the mentioned field.

The research group members actively involve students of all levels of study in scientific research activities. In addition, the group members are interested in establishing national and international cooperation.

Meet our team

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Dr. Sanja Armaković

Assistant Professor
(group leader for experiments)

Current undergraduate and graduate student members of EMOS Group


  1. Sanja Đuranović
  2. Marković Dragana
    Investigation of the stability of penicillin antibiotics in the presence of TiO2 under the influence of UV radiatio
  3. Ljubica Eror
    Influence of the H2O2 on the efficiency of photocatalytic degradation of amoxicillin and ampicillin under the influence of simulated solar and UV radiation
  4. Milana Kudus
    Photocatalytic properties of SrLaTiO3 and SrCaNaPrTiO3 nano-sized powders


  1. Vidović Teodora
    Investigation of photochemical stability of nadolol in water under different irradiation sources
  2. Ivana Simić
    Assessment of the degree of mineralization and toxicity of nadolol and its mixtures formed during indirect photolysis with the addition of inorganic ions and hydrogen peroxide
  3. Bojana Bojić
    Analysis of nadolol stability in natural waters: influence of inorganic ions and hydroxyl radicals on degradation efficiency
  4. Vanja Jovičić
    Physico-chemical parameters of the quality of selected waters in Novi Sad, Vrbas and Kucura

Former undergraduate, graduate and PhD student members of EMOS Group


  1. Milinko Perić, July 2022
    Examination of the efficiency of the process of adsorption, degradation and mineralization of antibiotics ampicillin using commercial nanomaterials
  2. Aleksandra Zukić, November 2021
    Optimization of HPLC method for determination of β-blockers mixture and their degradation intermediates


  1. Isidora Končarević, March 2022
    Stability of hydrochlorothiazide diuretics in aqueous solution: Hydrolysis, direct and indirect photolysis
  2. Katarina Mejić, March 2022
    Removal of diuretic hydrochlorothiazide from drinking and environmental waters by direct direct and indirect photolysis
  3. Jelena Tubić, April 2022
    Investigation of removal possibility of thiacloprid from water media by composite of TiO2 and Sb nanoparticles by liquid chromatographic method
  4. Ljubica Eror October 2021
    Investigation of the influence of natural water quality from the region of Temerin and Stara Planina on the efficiency of photodegradation of the metoprolol and propranolol
  5. Nemanja Presečković October 2021
    Removal of metoprolol from aqueous suspension using coupled nanomaterials based on titanium and molybden
  6. Milinko Perić September 2021
    Removal of selected β-blockers in the mixture from environmental waters from Loznica and Vrbas
  7. Dragana Marković June 2021
    Optimization of HPLC method for analysis of cefoperazone and its degradation intermediates