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name: Katica Biljaković (born Katica Franulović-Trenta)

 

born: 12. November 1950.
 




education


faculty: 1969 - 1974 Faculty of Science, Zagreb
 

diploma work: 1974 University of Zagreb (supervisors dr. S. Marčelja and dr. D. Đurek)
 

master thesis: 1978 University of Zagreb (supervisor prof. B. Leontić)
 

PhD thesis: 1987 University of Zagreb (supervisor prof. S. Barišić)
 




employment


1974: assistant
 

1978: senior assistant
 

1988: scientific associate
 

1991: senior scientific associate
 

2002: scientific adviser
 




scientific activities


coordinator of the federal project "Modulated systems-liquid crystals and incommensurate conductors and insulators" (1986-1990)
 

coordinator of EC project CI1-0526-(CD) (1990-1994)
 

leader of the national project 1-03-055: "Modulated low-dimensional inorganic systems", Ministry of Science and Technology of Croatia (1991-1995)
 

coordinator of the bilateral projects with CRTBT-CNRS, Grenoble, France (1987-2001)
 

leader of the scientific theme 00350107: "Complex modulated systems: ground states and excitations", Ministry of Science and Technology of Croatia (1996- 2001)
 

coordinator of the project "Reseau formation-recherche: Etudes des propriétés physiques des systemes fortement corrélés"; Ministry of Education and Research of France (1997-2000)
 

coordinator of the bilateral project of the regional cooperation (Bavaria-Croatia) with the Department for experimental physics of the University of Bayreuth (1997-1999)
 

coordinator of the NSF project, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (1999-2001)
 

coordinator of the bilateral project of the regional cooperation (Bavaria-Croatia) with Eksperimental Physik V, University of Augsburg (2001-2002)
 

coordinator of the bilateral project Slovenia-Croatia (2001-2003) with Institut "Jozef Stefan", Ljubljana
 

principal investigator of the scientific project 0035014: "Complex systems: glass of modulated phase and excitations, Ministry of Science, Education and Sport of Croatia (2002-2006)
 

coordinator of the collaborative project "Complexity concepts and their applications", Ministry of Science, Education and Sport of Croatia (2003-2005)
 

coordinator of the NSF project, Department of Physics, University of Kentucky (2005-2007)
 

coordinator of the ECO-net project N°10151PC (2005-2007)
 

coordinator of the programme 0352827: correlations in complex systems: from physics to biotechnology (2007-)
 

coordinator of the project 0352827-2842: Complex modulated systems: new ground states, defects and magnetic effects (2007-)
 




teaching


course "Physics in forest fire" Study "Environmental physics" at Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Split http://fizika.pmfst.hr/okolis/
 




other activities


member of the Republic Commision for Physics (1987-1990)
 

seminar organizer at the Institute of Physics (1991-1992)
 

member of the International Committee of ICSM '87, Santa Fe, USA (1987)
 

member of the Organizing Committee of International Workshop on Electronic Crystals, ECRYS '93, ECRYS '99,  ECRYS '02 and ECRYS '05 France
 

member of the local committee of International Workshop on Concepts in Electron Correlation CEC '99, Hvar, Croatia
 

president of the organizing committee of the "Open Days of Institute of Physics" (2003)
 

member of the Board of Institute of Physics (2004-2008)
 

member of the National Commission of the UNESCO/L’ORÉAL Co-Sponsored Fellowships for Young Women in Life Sciences (2007-)
 




menthorship


several projects for secondary school competition
 

several student projects with the honour of University of Zagreb
 

several diploma works and PhD thesis
 




referee


Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, European Physical Journal B, Journal de Physique I & II, Fizika, Synthetic Metals, NATO ASI Series B: Physics, Vacuum, NSF
 




cooperations


Hokkaido University and Electrotechnical Laboratory at Tsukuba (Japan)
 

CRTBT-CNRS, Grenoble; SPEC-CEA, Saclay; University in Rennes (France)
 

EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland)
 

Institute for Radioengineering, Russian Academy of Science and Landau Institute (Russia)
 

University in Bayreuth, University in Karlsruhe, University in Augsburg (Germany)
 

Institute "Jozef Stefan", Ljubljana (Slovenia)
 




languages


English, French, German (speaking, reading, writing); Russian (reading)
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