[Vladimir Beskoski]

Dr. Vladimir P. Beškoski

Associate Professor, University of Belgrade - Faculty of Chemistry, Serbia

Project coordinator

How to resolve unresolved complex mixture

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Vladimir Beškoski performed his basic studies in Biochemistry at the UB-FC. He finished his Magister of Science thesis in 2006 and PhD in 2011 on study of the activities of a consortium of zymogenous microorganisms in the soil contaminated by crude oil and oil derivatives, and their application in bioremediation. As Invited researcher, in 2014 he was working 10 months at the Kobe University, Japan conducting research on biodegradation of persistent organic pollutants such as perfluoroalkyl compounds (supported by Japan Society for Promotion of Science). Since 2011 he works as lecturer at the UB-FC (presently as Associate Professor). He was project leader for two projects financed by Japan International Cooperation Agency (2012 and 2014-2017). He is also a project leader of national project III-43004 financed by Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Republic of Serbia and several projects financed by Ministry of Environment, Republic of Serbia and UNDP. His field of research is environmental biotechnology, microbial activities and their applications in bioremediation and biohydrometallurgy. He is author of more than 40 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and 3 book chapters.

Selected references:
  1. M. Lješević, G. Gojgić-Cvijović, T. Ieda, S. Hashimoto, T. Nakano, S. Bulatović, M. Ilić, V. Beškoski*, Biodegradation of the aromatic fraction from petroleum diesel fuel by Oerskovia sp. followed by comprehensive GC×GC-TOF MS, Journal of Hazardous Materials 363 (2019) 227-232, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2018.10.005, (IF2017=6,513, Engineering, Environmental 5/50; Environmental Sciences 18/241).
  2. V.P. Beškoski*, A. Yamamoto, T. Nakano, K. Yamamoto, C. Matsumura, M. Motegi, L. Slavković Beškoski, H. Inui, Defluorination of perfluoroalkyl acids is followed by production of monofluorinated fatty acids, Science of the Total Environment 636 (2018) 355-359, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.243, (IF2017=4,610, Environmental Sciences 27/241).
  3. A. Djurić, G. Gojgić-Cvijović, D. Jakovljević, B. Kekez, J. Stefanović Kojić, M.-L. Mattinen, I.E. Harju, M.M. Vrvić, V.P. Beškoski, Brachybacterium sp. CH-KOV3 isolated from an oil-polluted environment-a new producer of levan, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 104, (2017), 311-321; DOI: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2017.06.034, (IF2017=3.909, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 79/292, Chemistry, Applied 9/71, Polymer Science 10/87).
  4. S. Jeremic, V.P. Beškoski*, L. Djokic, B. Vasiljevic, M.M. Vrvić, J. Avdalović, G. Gojgić Cvijović, L. Slavković Beškoski, J. Nikodinovic-Runic, Interactions of the metal tolerant heterotrophic microorganisms and iron oxidizing autotrophic bacteria from sulphidic mine environment during bioleaching experiments. Journal of Environmental Management, 172 (2016) 151-161, DOI:10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.02.041, (IF2016=4.010, Environmental Sciences 39/229).
  5. V.P. Beškoski*, G. Gojgić-Cvijović, J. Milić, M. Ilić, S. Miletić, T. Šolević, M.M. Vrvić, Ex situ bioremediation of a soil contaminated by mazut (heavy residual fuel oil) - A field experiment, Chemosphere, 83 (2011) 34-40, DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2011.01.020, (IF2011=3,206, Environmental Sciences 32/205).

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