Dr. Vladimir Damljanović

vladimir Damljanovic


Associate Research Professor


2009 - present: Employed at the Institute of Physics Belgrade first as an Assistant Research Professor and later as an Associate Research Professor

2004 - 2008 PhD studies at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany

2001 - 2003 MSc studies at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany

Molecular and lattice vibrations.
Solid-state physics.



1.V. Damljanovic, N. Lazic, A. Solajic, J. Pesic, B. Nikolic and M.
Damnjanovic: "Peculiar symmetry-protected electronic dispersions in
two-dimensional materials", Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 32,
485501 (2020)

2. Jelena Pesic, Igor Popov, Andrijana Solajic, Vladimir Damljanovic, Kurt Hingerl, Milivoj Belic, Rados Gajic: "Ab Initio Study of the Electronic, Vibrational, and Mechanical Properties of the Magnesium Diboride Monolayer, Condensed Matter, 4(2), 37 (2019)

3. V. Damljanović: “An example of diperiodic crystal structure with semi-Dirac electronic dispersion”, Optical and Quantum Electronics 50(7), 272 (2018).

4. Svetlana Savić-Šević, Dejan Pantelić, Vladimir Damljanović, Branislav Jelenković: “Bifurcation in reflection spectra of holographic diffraction grating recorded on dichromated pullulan”, Optical and Quantum Electronics 50(4), 195 (2018)

5. V. Damljanović, I. Popov, R. Gajić: "Fortune teller fermions in two-dimensional materials", Nanoscale 9, 19337-19345 (2017)

6.V. Damljanović, R. Gajić: “Existence of semi-Dirac cones and symmetry of two-dimensional materials”, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 29, 185503 (2017)

7. V. Damljanović, R. Gajić: Addendum to: Existence of Dirac cones in the Brillouin zone of diperiodic atomic crystals according to group theory, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 28, 439401 (2016)

8. V. Damljanović: “Simple analytical relation between vibrational frequencies of linear XY2 – type molecules”, Optical and Quantum Electronics 48, 293 (2016)

9. V. Damljanović, R. Gajić: “Existence of Dirac cones in the Brillouin zone of diperiodic atomic crystals according to group theory”, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 28, 085502 (2016)

10. J. Pešić, V. Damljanović, R. Gajić, K. Hingerl, M. Belić: “Density functional theory study of phonons in graphene doped with Li, Ca and Ba”, Europhysics Letters 112, 67006 (2015)

11. V Damljanović, R Kostić and R Gajić Characters of graphene's symmetry group Dg80 Phys. Scr. T162 014022 (2014)

12. 2013 V. Damljanović: Structure and dynamics of Xn-type clusters (n=3, 4, 6) from spontaneous symmetry breaking theory Physica Scripta T157, 014033

13. 2013 V. Damljanović, R. Kostić, R. Gajić:M‐point phonon eigenvectors of graphene obtained by group projectors, Romanian Reports in Physics 65, 193‐203

14. 2012. V. Damljanović, R. Gajić: Phonon eigenvectors of graphene at high‐symmetry points of the Brillouin zone, Physica Scripta T149, 014067 .

15.. 2006. V. Damljanović, C. Ulrich, C. Bernhard, B. Keimer, P. Mandal, A. Krimmel, A. Loidl: Raman scattering study of Ru(Sr,La)2GdCu2O8, Physical Review B 73 (17), 172502

16. 2006. P. Adler, A. Lebon, V. Damljanović, C. Ulrich, C. Bernhard, A.V. Boris, A. Maljuk, C.T. Lin, B. Keimer: Magnetoresistance effects in SrFeO3-δ: Dependence on phase composition and relation to magnetic and charge order, Physical Review B 73 (9), 094451

17. 2006. A. Maljuk, A. Lebon, V. Damljanović, C. Ulrich, C.T. Lin, P. Adler, B. Keimer: Growth and oxygen treatment of SrFeO3-y single crystals Journal of Crystal Growth 291 (2), 412-415

18. 2004 A.T. Matveev, G. Cristiani, E. Sader, V. Damljanović, H. –U. Habermeier: “Growth of RuSr2GdCu2O8 films by post‐annealing of pulsed laser deposited precursors”, Physica C 417, 50‐57




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