About employee

Mateja Pisačić, mag. chem.

Title: Assistant

Location:
117
Public phone number:
+385 1 4606 305
Internal phone number:
6305
Department:
Division of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Graduation year:
2017
Employed in this institution since:
2017

Biography

Education: Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb: Bachelor thesis (Chemistry, 2015); Diploma thesis (Chemistry, 2017).

Affiliation and current position: Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb: Assistant (2017–). 

Research interest: solution and mechanochemical synthesis of organic compounds and transition metal complexes, crystal engineering, supramolecular chemistry, molecular modeling of organic and anorganic compounds.

Awards and recognitions: The University of Zagreb Rector’s award for best students’ research work (2016/2017), Award of Department of Chemistry for students’ scientific research (2017).

Institutional responsibilities: Participation in the presentation of the Department of Chemistry at University Fair, University of Zagreb (2017), participation in the Department of Chemistry Open Day (2015 – 2019), participation in the event Witchcraft in Chemistry (since 2018).

Memberships: Member of the Croatian Chemical Society, European Crystallographic association and Croatian crystallographic association.

Published papers recorded in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography Database (CROSBI)

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List of select projects

2020-present: Associate on project "From form to function: Mechanically flexible crystalline materials with controllable responses" funded by Croatian Science Foundation (Principal Investigator: Asoc. Prof. Marijana Đaković)