Prof. Dr. Dejan Raković

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Prof. Dr. Dejan I. Raković, retired
Department of Microelectronics and Engineering Physics,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade (
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 73, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 11 337 0074 and +381 11 318 5320; Fax: +381 11 324 8681

Professor Dejan Raković was born in 1951 in Belgrade, Serbia, where he completed primary and high school. In 1974 he graduated Engineering Physics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade as a first in his class. He completed his M.Sc. thesis in 1977 in the field of quantum theory of atomic many-electron correlations and his Ph.D. thesis in 1982 in the field of theoretical vibrational spectroscopy of conducting polymers, at the Physics Division of the Faculty of Science in Belgrade. During 1980/81 he completed postgraduate specialization in the group of Academician L. A. Gribov in Moscow, renown authority in theoretical spectroscopy and quantum chemistry of molecules, polymers, and crystals.

He got his positions of assistant in Materials Science from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade in 1977, assistant professor in 1985, associate professor in 1990, and full professor in 1997, where he taught until his retirement numerous courses related to materials science, biomaterials, biophysics, and quantum informatics, on undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and has (co-)authored over 10 textbooks from the university down to high-school levels. He was heading Department of Materials Science in several election periods, undergraduate Module of Physical Electronics from 2012 to 2015, postgraduate Materials Science Curriculum from 1987 to 2005, and undergraduate Biomedical and Ecological Engineering Curriculum from 1996 to 2016.

Professor Rakovic has a wide scientific interest, broadly related to materials science and biophysics, covering the fields of nanomaterials and biomaterials, nanotechnology and spectroscopy, as well as biophysics and bioinformatics of biomolecular, psychosomatic, cognitive and electrophysiological functions.

Since 1997 professor Rakovic is being vice-president elect of the Yugoslav Materials Research Society, and guest co-editor of 10 volumes from YUCOMAT ( conferences being published by Materials Science Forum, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, International Journal of Modern Physics B, and Acta Physica Polonica A. He is also a member of international editorial board of the journals Informatica and Medical Data Review, and referee of the journals Physica Scripta, Nanosciences and Nanotechnology Letters, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials – Rapid Communications, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Journal of Serbian Chemical Society, Hemijska industrija, Tehnika, Applied Microbiology, International Journal of Radiation Biology, EPJ Nonlinear Biomedical Physics, Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics, Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Digital Signal Processing, Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, Journal of Medical Systems, Journal of Clinical Medicine, Foundations of Science, Connection Science, NeuroQuantology, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Complementary Medicine Research, Journal of Religion and Health, The International Journal of Prenatal & Life Sciences, as well. During the period 1995-1998 he headed regional project Brain and Consciousness at the European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD (http://www.ecpdorg. net)) of the United Nations University for Peace in Belgrade and co-edited 5 books published by ECPD, while from 2009 he is heading the ECPD International School of Quantum-Informational Medicine, with (co-)authored ECPD thematic textbook. In 1999 he co-founded International Anti-Stress Center (IASC in Belgrade, becoming president elect of the IASC Governing Board, with wide educational holistic anti-stress activities. In 2009 he also founded his Fund (DRF ( for Holistic Research and Ecology of Consciousness, with wider promotive holistic activities including co-organization of Symposium of Quantum-Informational Medicine QIM 2011.

He has published over 250 scientific papers and communications and 40 books and proceedings, cited nearly 500 times in scientific periodicals and monographs.