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Partner 1 – University of Niš

Partner 2 – Universite Pierre et Marie Curie

Partner 3 – University of Greenwich

Partner 4 – Brno University of Technology

Partner 5 – CEA

Partner 6 – University of Belgrade

Partner 7 – University of Novi Sad

Partner 8 – University of Kragujevac

Partner 9 – Agricultural University of Tirana

Partner 10 – University of Tirana

Partner 11 – Analysis d.o.o.

Partner 12 – Enološka stanica Vršac

Partner 13 – Zlatiborac

Partner 14 – AQualEER

Associeted Partner – Thermo Scientific


University of Niš

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The University of Niš was founded in 1965 as a state HE institution. At present, the University comprises 13 faculties: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Occupational Safety, Faculty of Philosophy, Faculty of Physical Culture, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Faculty of Technology and Teacher-Training Faculty.
The University of Niš presently has 27088 students in all levels of study, 1560 teaching staff and more than 600 administrative and support staff.
One of the leading principles of the University of Niš is to become a part of the European higher education area and to adjust its plans and programs against this aim, in the context of the reform of higher education system within the Tempus and other programs.

The University of Niš Faculty of Science and Mathematics (UN) has 6 departments: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Geography. In the Department of Chemistry there are 30 professors and 4 teaching assistants, permanently involved in teaching and research activities and over 200 students. From its foundation, 1500 students have obtained Bachelor degrees and 25 PhDs have been awarded. The Department of Chemistry has 6 laboratories: for Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical and Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Applied and Industrial Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. The Mass Spectrometry Laboratory and Laboratory for Applied and Industrial Chemistry deal mainly with the problems of environmental and industrial chemistry. The activities are directed towards: the development of methods for the identification and determination of toxic compounds and their effects in food, water, soil and air and the investigation of photochemical and microbial degradation of pollutants. Mass Spectrometry Laboratory was established through cooperation between UN and University Pierre and Marie Curie from Paris, in the area of mass spectrometry in 2008. Through this cooperation 9 International Schools (continuous professional development courses): “Mass Spectrometry in Life Sciences” were organised, attended by more than 550 participants from Serbia and neighbouring countries. Later CEA and UoG have joined the School.

Project team members



Tatjana Anđelković
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University of Belgrade

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The University of Belgrade is over 200 years old. It is oldest and the largest HE institution in Serbia. It accounts for more than half the higher education provision and about 70% of the scientific production in Serbia. The University is located in 6 centres. It has 31 faculties, 11 research institutes and a student population of almost 90,000. UB has very well developed cooperative ties with other universities and research institutions throughout the World; and it has established joint degrees with several universities in Europe. The university is currently implementing the Bologna process. The modern Faculty of Chemistry, an institution of the Belgrade University, developed from "Licej" (Lyceum) (1838-1863) and "Velika škola" (Advanced School) (1863-1905). "Licej" had two departments at first: Philosophy and Law. In 1853 a new class was formed at "Licej" - it was a scientific-technical class which, among other branches of science, started studying chemistry. Scientific and teaching activities are realized through six chairs: Chair of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, applied chemistry and Chair of chemical education. Research is organized through about 20 scientific projects financed by the Ministry of education and science of Republic of Serbia and 5 international projects. More than 3000 students have graduated from the Faculty since its foundation and among them over 100 specialists, more than 360 Master and over 210 PhD students obtained their degrees at the Faculty.

Project team members



Branimir Jovančićević
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University of Novi Sad

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University of Novi Sad (UNS) was founded in 1960. It comprises 14 faculties and 2 institutes, covering fundamental and applied research and teaching in the field of natural, technical, social, humanistic and medical sciences, and arts. There are more than 50,000 students, 5,000 teaching and non-teaching staff, as well as 300 study programmes. UNS is active in the international collaboration participating in ERASMUS +, TEMPUS, HORIZON 2020, FP7, EUREKA, COST, IPA programs. It has become recognized as a reform-oriented university that implements academic mobility programs (Campus Europae, Erasmus Mundus Action 2, ERASMUS+ Key Action 1. etc). Environmental related studies are organised at two faculties of the UNS: Faculty of Sciences (UNSPMF) and Faculty of Technical Sciences (FTN). Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Environmental Protection at UNSPMF conducts education on all three levels including specialist studies in the fields of Chemistry, Chemistry- quality control and environmental management, Biochemistry, and Environmental Protection-Environmental Protection Analyst (in total 335 students per year). Modernisation of studies was recently supported by MCHEM Tempus project. Department of Environmental Engineering and Occupational Safety and Health at FTN provides studies in in Environmental Engineering (EE), Safety at Work Engineering, Clean Energy Technologies and Water Treatment Engineering. The studies of EE (90 students per year) are organized in the fields of Analysis, Environmental Processes, Fate and Monitoring of Pollutants; Remedial-Action Techniques and Technologies; Waste Management. Modernisation was recently supported by DEREL project, while network for education and training for public environmental laboratories was supported by NETREL project. The proposed NETCHEM project is expected to focus on applied instrumental analysis related courses at both Departments for both students and professionals in the environmental field.

Project team members



Ivana Ivančev Tumbas
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University of Kragujevac


The Faculty of Science of the University of Kragujevac consists of four institutes (Biology and Ecology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Informatics and Physics) and employs 114 teachers and assistants and 11 administrative workers that “serve” about 1200 students. Institute of Chemistry was started in 1974. Theoretical teaching is done in modern equipped classrooms and practical in six laboratories for students. The Institute has a well-equipped scientific research laboratories of inorganic, organic, analytical chemistry, biochemistry and environmental chemistry. Within the Department of Chemistry there are three educational programmes: a) Graduate Chemist in Research and Development b) Graduate Lecturer in Chemistry and c) Graduate Chemist in Environment Protection. Research groups and individuals from the faculty have been involved in a number of national and international environmental projects that have involved collaborations with well-known international institutions such as UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme). Our study programme has been recently accredited by the national accreditation body. Employees of the Institute are currently engaged in several research projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia. Associates of the Institute published the results of their research in recognized international journals. Department of Chemistry has cooperation with a large number of scientific institutions in the country and abroad (England, Holland, Germany, France, Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, USA etc.). Institute of Mathematics and Informatics is one of the organizational units of the Faculty of Sciences in Kragujevac. Founded in 1976 as the Institute of Mathematics and since 1996 carries the current name. The most important areas of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics are studies of mathematics, computer science and scientific research in these areas. At the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, working nineteen doctors of sciences, two master's degrees and twenty graduates (or master) mathematicians and computer scientists. The Institute has over a thousand square meters of space (classrooms and offices). The Institute has two computer labs that are part of the academic network which has a secured Internet connection. The Institute accomplishes intensive international cooperation. Members of the Institute have stayed at universities in the United States, Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Poland, Greece and Hungary.

Project team members



Zoran Matović
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Analysis d.o.o.

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The Analysis company was founded in 1996. The basic activity of company is: -Wholesale, maintenance and servicing of laboratory equipment and consumables. -Calibration of measuring equipment -Designing and development of qualification services -Designing and development application -Designing and development customer‘s training Selling program includes fields of work in the area of pharmacy, industry, environment, science and medicine. Analysis successfully cooperates with the leading world producers of laboratory equipment for the purpose of fulfillment of users’ requirements, their satisfaction and making long lasting cooperation. Selling programs in the section of sale and procurement are led by experienced managers who hold university degrees in the fields of physical chemistry, chemistry, technology, pharmacy and who provide professional service to users on the occasion of selection of adequate equipment as well as services related to designing and development application methods, method validation and customer‘s training for the subject equipment. Analysis provides, with its own testing equipment and through its Service, Calibration and Application sectors, services regarding installation, qualification, maintenance and servicing of equipment as well as the training of users which is performed by experienced service engineers who attended special courses for the subject equipment training centers of the producers, which is confirmed by adequate certificates. Within the scope of activities for the service logistics, Analysis Ltd. posseses its own training center to the purpose of providing better quality training of the users as well as providing services of introduction of method application for the subject equipment. Analysis possesses certificates: -Certified Quality Managment System in accordance with ISO 9001:2008 (Certificate SGS CH09/0062) -SRPS ISO/IEC 17025:2006 accreditation of calibration laboratories (Certificate ATS 02-046)

Project team members



Nenad Andrejić
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Agricultural University of Tirana

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The Agricultural University of Tirana (AUT) is the unique centre for undergraduate and graduate studies, scientific research, training and extension in the area of agriculture and food (Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Protection, Economy and Agrarian Policy, Agro-environment and Ecology, Agro-food Technology, Food biotechnology, Nutrition and Food Science, Food Quality and Safety, Animal Husbandry and Business, Aquaculture and Fishery Management, Forestry Engineering, Veterinary Medicine etc.). 
Established on November 1st, 1951 as the Higher Agricultural Institute (HAI) with the status of a University, in 1991 it was given the name Agricultural University of Tirana (AUT). 
Since 2001, AUT was involved on the process restructuring based on the "Bologna Declaration". Starting from the academic year 2005-2006, AUT has organised the studies in conformity with Bologna Process.  
AUT is officially accredited/recognized by the Public Accreditation Agency for Higher Education, British Acc., 2016 university web ranking 9322; is a medium-sized with about 14,000 students. The actual academic staff is composed of 55 professors, 48 associated professors, 70 doctors – lecturers and 64 assistant lectors.
AUT offers courses and 62 study programs according to the Bologna Process and New HEI Law 80/2015, in three Cycles of studies: bachelor degrees, master of sciences and professional master degrees and PHD, in several areas of study. as follows: 18 programs of study in the first cycle (Bachelor), 31 programs of the second cycle (18 Master of Science and 13 Master Professional), 12 programs in the third cycle (PhD) and 1 program two-year study cycle. 
AUT has a selective admission policy based on students' past academic records and grades. 
AUT also provides several academic and non-academic facilities/services to students (library, sport facilities and/or activities, study abroad & exchange programs, administrative services etc). AUT has five faculties: Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, Faculty of Economy and Agro business, Faculty of Biotechnology and Food, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Forestry      
Scientific research at AUT is considered an essential component of the academic life and a concrete contribution to the progress of Albanian agriculture and food, as well. Scientific research has been conducted through participation in: national projects; programs such as "Agriculture and Food", "Biotechnology and Biological Diversity"; projects undertaken by the National Agency for Environment; bilateral projects with Greek and Italian government; DAD projects; NATO projects; IMG Tempus projects; World Bank projects; Erasmus Plus and projects for research and development which were funded by the Albanian government. 
As the major centre for education and scientific research in the area of agriculture and food, AUT has been the initiator of establishing research-production links. These links have been materialized through the signing of "Memorandum of Understanding" with Albanian business. AUT has established cooperation relations with many universities in Europe, USA and Canada. Through this cooperation, AUT aims its integration into European System (Bachelor and Master), diploma evaluation and nostrification, intensification of cooperation for undertaking joint scientific research projects and large scale exchange of academic staff, students and administrative staff, organization of joint seminars, workshops, and conferences.
Faculty of Biotechnology and Food (FBF) is an academic, research and knowledge transfer institution, in: Food Technology, Food Biotechnology, Viticulture & Enology, Food Sciences &Nutrition, Food quality & Safety, Food analysis fields. There are four main units at FBF: Department of Agrofood Technology; Department of Food Sciences & Biotechnology; Department of Chemistry; Food Research Center. 
FBF offers these study programs: I-st Cycle, Bachelor in Agrofood Engineering, two profiles: Agrofood Technology and Viticulture – Oenology; II-nd Cycle, Master of Sciences in Agrofood Engineering, two profiles: Agrofood Technology and Viticulture – Oenology; Master of sciences in Food Biotechnology; Professional Master: “Food Quality and Safety” and “Food Analysis”; III-d Cycle, PHD Studies “Sciences and Food Biotechnology”
New Proposals for 2017: Bachelor in: “Food Sciences and Nutrition” ; One year technical course: (5th qualification framework): “Principles of Food Processing”. 
The scientific research of FBF is oriented on “Study of technological parameters of raw materials (plant and animal origin) and food products, aiming the quality and food safety assessment/improvement. Research is focused mainly on regional food and environmental sources:  Olives and olive oil (quality parameters of Albanian olive cultivares and oils);  Grapes and wines (oenologic potencial evaluation of autochthonous varieties); Fruits and ortages (study on figs varieties, fresh & dried; fruits distillates); Goat milk, sheep &cows (cheese making potencial from various  races),
Wheys and wheat products (rehological properties of dows and technological parameters,); Isolation, characterisation and use of microorganizms of food interest in FI and food preservation; Water and wastes of food industry; Genetical diversity of food, applied biotechnology, traceability with molecular biology methods; Isolation and identification of food pathogens; Food additives control and monitoring (milk and fruit juices); Product standards preparation (National standards, based on Codex alimentarius, FAO, EC Regulation…)

Project team members



Renata Kongoli
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Brno University of Technology

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Brno University of Technology was founded on 19 September 1899 by the Austrian Emperor and Hungarian King Franz Joseph 1 as the Czech technical university in Brno. At the first year of its existence 4 professors were teaching 47 students. At the present time BUT has 8 faculties (Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Faculty of Chemistry, Faculty of Information Technology, Faculty of Business and Management, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Fine Arts) and 3 university institutes (Institute of Forensic Engineering, Central European Institute of Technology – CEITEC and Centre of Sports Activities). Brno University of Technology has today more than 22,000 students, 1489 teaching staff and 1801 administrative and support staff. In QS World University Ranking BUT appeared at 601-650 position in 2016, which means it belongs to 4 % of the best world universities. For the period 2009–2016 the Brno University of Technology has been awarded the European Commission’s prestigious ECTS and DS Label certificates, issued in recognition of quality higher education.

Project team members



Josef Čáslavský
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CEA is a research body with a technological focus on defence and national security, energy and healthcare technology. The CEAs commitment to advanced technology enables its Life Sciences Division to combine high-level scientific progress with applied cross-disciplinary projects that favours innovation in healthcare, biotechnology and environment, with a strong opening in diagnostics and therapeutics. The aim is to supply novel concepts and tools that are needed to improve our understanding of complex living systems, diagnostics, imaging methods and environment monitoring. Among the permanent staff of 1300 people of the Life Science Division, two large institutes: the Institute of Biology and technology Saclay (Ibitecs) and the Institute of Environmental Biology and Biotechnology (IBEB), are largely involved in these fields. Ibitecs has fifteen mass spectrometers (triple quadrupole, Q-TOF, MALDI-TOF, Orbitrap™ and Fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance) that are used for the elucidation of drug metabolism or bio-pollutants in complex environment, and in addition – a platform of immunoanalysis and genomic analyses such as PCR which are dedicated to biological and environmental diagnostics. IBEB is also strongly involved in the response, resistance and adaptation mechanisms of plants and micro-organisms to abiotic stresses, particularly radio nucleotides, heavy metals and ionizing radiation, as well as plant-bacteria interactions and microbial hydrogen production. For instance an international consortium led by IBEB researchers, has succeeded in characterizing the structure and function of a protein involved in the production of magnetite nanomagnets in magnetotactic bacteria. This protein is crucial to the metallurgical activity of the bacterium. It is expected to result in the development of biotechnological applications, especially in the fields of decontamination.

Project team members



Eric Ezan
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Enološka stanica Vršac

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Enološka stanica Vršac (founded in 1933) is laboratory who has a certified quality management system according to ISO 9001:2000 and accreditation according to standard ISO/IEC 17025:2006 for physico-chemical, micro-biological and sensory tests of food of plant origin, wine, strong alcoholic drinks, mineral water, additives and flavours. ESV laboratory is authorized for testing: • quality wines, spirits and other alcoholic beverages (Decision of Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of Serbia, No. 270-320-01584/98-04); • quality agri-food products (Decision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of Serbia, No. 320-01-39/96-04); • safety of food and consumer goods (Decision of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia No. 530-02-701/98-04 of 05.11.1998. Year); • implementation of quality control and special properties of agricultural and food products with Geographical Indications (Decision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Forestry and Water Management Replublike Serbia, No. 320-06-02559/2011-08); • ESV is authorized to examine the quality of must, wine and other products (Decision of the Ministry of Agriculture, No. 320-05-00734/2012-08 of 29.02.2012.) Since 2010 ESV is included in the Extension Service of Vojvodina, as a counselor in the field of fruit and grapes, as well as the technological process of wine and spirits. From 2012. The Enological Station Vrsac become an inspection body for the control and certification of agricultural and food products with geographical indications. In March 2007. Enological station Vrsac participated in Component 6 (laboratory system) EU twining project 05SER01/06/005 ''Capacity Building for the Serbian Wine Sector'' In June 2008. Analysts from Enoloska stanica Vrsac, attended to intensive theoretical and practical training in Enological Station Aro (La Rioja) and in the National Reference Laboratory (Madrid). Enološka stanica Vršac is member of BIPEA France since 2010.

Project team members



Saša Popov
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The Aqualeer is established in order to improve and institutionalise French-Serbian cooperation in the fields of CHEMISTRY and MASS SPECTROMETRY in the domain of Environmental quality control (food, air, water, soil, industrial processes) and Educational, scientific and industrial research relations.

Aqualeer is oriented toward all physical and legal entities on the theritory of France, Serbia and generally the Europe dealing with academic, research, teaching, industrial and commercial activities in the fields of:

  • fundamental and environmental chemistry,
  • occupational and safety,
  • mass spectrometry
  • other modern analytical instrumental techniques.

 Mission and Vision of Aqualeer is long-term based Program that comprises a variety of activities, as:

  • Supporting of exchange of academic, researchers and teachers and, if appropriate, technical and administrative staff faculty
  • Supporting of exchange of students based on the stand-alone arrangements or provided that they fulfill the criteria of admission of the host organizationOrganization of seminars, workshops and colloquia on related research topics
  • Programs and activities that support technical and instrumentation improvement and laboratory practice, as well as enhancing institutional framework, including collaboration with other personal and legal entities, all of this considered both on short and long term basis.
  • Managing of donations and other possible sources of material and non-material goods and items, controlling any kind of purchasing, redirection and transfer of the equipment considering functional and technical issues of the equipment, effectiveness of applying and usage of it.
  • Consulting activities, advising and supervising services.
  • Contracting and interacting with all educational, commercial, financial Governmental or Non-Governmental entities that may contribute to the proposed activities. Cooperation with French and Serbian Universities, industry, applying to EU funds
  • Public related informing, publishing of scientific papers, reporting on case-studies or monitoring, Internet presentations, etc.
  • And in general, the arrangements of any type of collaboration which may prove useful for attaining the objectives.


Project team members



Anna Warnet
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University of Greenwich

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The university traces its roots to 1890, when Britain’s second polytechnic was opened near the Thames at Woolwich to teach practical and commercial skills to London workers. The polytechnic pioneered the country’s first part-time day release and sandwich courses. The university has diverse strengths in many subjects such as analytical chemistry, teacher training, architecture, engineering and history. The name Thames Polytechnic was adopted in 1970. Greenwich was awarded university status in 1992. The university has a diverse student body with people from more than 100 countries studying at Greenwich. Its international student community of 4,000 is one of the highest in the UK. High standards are set for teaching quality and the university provides continual professional training opportunities for all lecturers. The university also measures students’ views on services through an annual student satisfaction survey, and all shortcomings that are identified are addressed. Greenwich has expertise in curriculum modernisation acquired over considerable period of time by launching the highly successful ACOL (Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning) and BIOTOL (Biotechnology by Open Learning). Faculty in the School of Science provide BioMed Online programme – a distance learning programme in Biomedical Sciences at Master level. Greenwich has also created a number of Master programmes in Environmental Modelling, Environmental Risk Assessment and Contaminated Land Remediation.

Project team members



Milan Antonijević
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Universite Pierre et Marie Curie

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The laboratory of Structural organic chemistry and biologic (LSOCB) is included in Chemistry UFR of the University Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC). This university consists of seven training and research units (UFR) in chemistry, engineering, mathematics, medicine, physics, science of life, earth sciences, environment and biodiversity. As a research university, UPMC reinforces its educational programmes with opportunities for research in 11 Master’s categories (all evaluated by AERES with an A or A+ rating), which are divided into 72 specialisations. With an eye to attracting students, UPMC has diversified its Bachelor’s programmes to include demanding double Bachelor’s degrees that combine the study of ‘hard’ sciences (such as mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry or life and earth sciences). Through strategic cooperation agreements, UPMC can offer its students 18 international Master’s programs—in almost all of the UMPC Master’s categories. All students enrolled in international programs such as e.g. in chemistry, the JCEMolChem (www.jcemolchem.org) and MolChemMS (Franco-Serbian master Molecular Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry) and will participate in MiChem program, as well as some students from Nanomat (www.nanomat-master.eu). Department of Chemistry UFR is orientated towards the development of chemistry as a discipline integrating the principle of eco-design and awareness of environmental parameters. There are 2530 students, 240 teachers-researchers and 120 researchers CNRS. LSCOB laboratory is located in the P. and M. Curie University's campus and is associated to the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). The research programs involve the study of gas phase reactivity and desorption/ionization processes of synthetic and natural macromolecules through the development of new instruments and methodologies, developing an external source for the preparation of negative ions on an ion-trap and various instrument couplings.

Project team members



Jean-Claude Tabet
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University of Tirana

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University of Tirana (UT) is a public body, established in 1957 by the Albanian government and is the oldest University in Albania. It is an education and research institution offering 180 study programs in 6 faculties (Natural Sciences, Economics, Law, History and Philology, Social Sciences and Foreign Languages) and 2 Institutes (Institute of Applied Nuclear Physics and Institute of European Studies) with more than 30.000 students and 1100 academic staff. The University of Tirana is represented by its Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) in this project. The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) at UT has 8 Departments, and is the main centre in Albania for training specialists and conducting research in the fields of Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Biotechnology. The Faculty, through its departments of will be involved in the project with the chemical and biological agents monitoring and relevant strategies as well as in communication and dissemination activities. The departments have relatively well equipped labs. It will also provide training and transfer of knowledge to students, young PhD and specialized operators in the field on innovative technologies for managing water resources and environmental monitoring. The environmental analysis regarding the inorganic and organic chemical analysis and microbiological analysis have been offered and performed since more than 20 years in the labs of FNS in the frame of different monitoring programs national and international.

Project team members



Majlinda Vasjari
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Since its establishment in 1992, “Zlatiborac” stands on solid foundations – high-quality products that are made at the crossroad of tradition, nature and innovation. Our manufacturing facilities are located in the same place where the tradition began – in the pristine nature of Zlatibor mountain village Mačkat (Užice, western Serbia). “Zlatiborac” expands its production only to the extent that will not change the original and recognizable taste and quality of more than 25 product types, including dried and smoked meat. The growing demand for our smoked hams, salamis and sausages imposed constant increase of production, while preserving original recipes, recognizable flavor and quality standards. Manufacturing facilities are spread over 30,000 square meters, on the same place where the first family-owned drying chamber is standing, for more than 120 years. The factory in Mačkat and four regional business centers in Serbia employ about 300 people, while the products are available in thousands of retail stores across Serbia. “Zlatiborac” has implemented HACCP system since 2009, and during the following year will start with implementation of IFS and I ISO 9001 standards. Company currently employs nine graduate engineers of food technology. In the area of control of our products “Zlatiborac” cooperates with the “Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology”, and with “VSI Kraljevo”, for the external control of surfaces which are in contact with food, in addition to the internal supervisory actions. Company is going to establish new laboratory (in next year or two) for microbiological and chemical food control, which should be accredited and will work independently of our company, able to implement all accredited methods for Food Safety Control (FSC) needed in the industry of meat and milk. The current capacity of “Zlatiborac” is 750t of fermented dry sausages, 150t of dry meat products and 100t of dry bacon per project, being at the same time a Serbian leader in fermented products processing (so-called “raw-cooked meat products“ or products with thermal treatment). Currently company exports to CEFTA market, Customs Union, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Sweden etc. On the import side of business, “Zlatiborac” uses a pork meat from Germany, the pork back fat from Spain and beef meat from Austria. Company has received multiple awards, like "Best Buy Award", "My choice", "Corporative Superbrands“, as well as several awards from the German Agricultural Society (DLG) in the field of product quality.

Project team members



Marija Jevtić
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Thermo Scientific

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