Dr. Stanko Nedić

stanko nedic


Assistant Research Professor


2019-present Assistant Research Professor at Glab at the Center for Solid State Physics and New Materials, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia

2017-2018 FinTech consultant and head of blockchain research, TimeMedia, Belgrade, Serbia

2015-2017 Control systems engineer, Global Substation Solutions, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

2009-2014 PhD in Engineering (Nanoelectronics), Faculty of Engineering, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

2005-2009 Master of Engineering (MEng), Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom

Zinc oxide nanowire field effect transistors,
nanoelectronic devices,
electronic transport



Fabrication and characterization of nanoscale electronic devices


nanofabrication, electrical characterization of nanoscale electronic devices, OriginPro, C/C++/C#, SQL


Cambridge Overseas Trust scholarship (University of Cambridge)

Sir William Siemens medal awarded for overall engineering excellence (University of Southampton)

International Student Bursary awarded each year for academic excellence (University of Southampton)

Zepler Prize for the best overall performance during the final year of MEng studies (University of Southampton)


1) J. Yoon, W.-K. Hong, M. Jo, G. Jo, M. Choe, W. Park, J. I. Sohn, S. Nedic, H. Hwang, M. E. Welland, and T. Lee, “Nonvolatile memory functionality of ZnO nanowire transistors controlled by mobile protons”, ACS Nano 5 (2011) (DOI: 10.1021/nn102633z, IF: 10.774, ISSN: 1936-0851)

2) S. Nedic, Y. T. Chun, W.-K. Hong, D. Chu, and M. E. Welland, “High performance non-volatile ferroelectric copolymer memory based on a ZnO nanowire transistor fabricated on a transparent substrate”, Applied Physics Letters 104 (2014) (DOI: 10.1063/1.4862666, IF: 3.729, ISSN: 0003-6951)

3) S. Nedic, and M. E. Welland, “High performance ZnO nanowire field effect transistors for low power applications: Towards threshold voltage stabilization”, International Conference on Nano Science and Nano Technology (ICNST 2010), November 8-9 (2010), Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Gwangju, South Korea, Poster

4) Y. T. Chun, S. Nedic, M. E. Welland, and D. Chu, “Flexible non-volatile ferroelectric memory based on a ZnO nanowire field effect transistor”, 2013 MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit, April 1-5 (2013), San Francisco, California, Presentation contribution




Contact Us

Address: Institute of Physics,Pregrevica 118, Belgrade 11080 (Zemun) Serbia
Telephone:+381 11 3713190
FAX:+381 11 3160531
E-mail: graphene@ipb.ac.rs