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  Nikola Karanovic  
  Phone: 910501209  
  e-mail: nikolakaranovic@ua.pt  
  Category: PhD student  
  Department: DAO  
  Research group: Coastal Zone Planning and Manag.
 
 
   
     
  Thesis title: Quantitative analysis of construction and demolition waste in the middle-sized cities of Portugal using MFA and LCA tools: Case study of Aveiro
  Supervisor: Professor Ana Paula Duarte Gomes
  Category: ES
Academic Degree

01 October 2002 – 27 March 2008


University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia)


Master in Environmental Engineering and Occupational Safety and Health

Work experience

03 December 2012 – 10 February 2014 (Junior adviser)


Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Belgrade (Serbia)


 Participation in harmonization of agro-ecological measures from EU IPARD (IPARD - Instrument for pre-Accession Assistance for Rural Development) program with Serbian legislation – developing of agro-ecological measures within Serbian legislation, involved in negotiating process with members of EU commission
 Participation in proposal of agro-ecological measures for the Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management regarding waste management – working on agro-ecological studies, working on studies regarding waste treatment within agro-ecological measures
 Participation in proposal regarding utilzation of waste from agriculture process for Serbian National Agriculture Strategy 2013-2020 - common descriptive statistics and particular statistics applied to community and landscape ecology, involved in decision-making process regarding Serbian National Agriculture Strategy 2013-2020


01 April 2011 – 30 November 2012 (College/University professional)


University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad (Serbia)


 Teaching, projects and studies preparation and realization, assembling and elaborating project data regarding waste management - implementing an educational and technical assistance on program to increase awareness and understanding of solid waste management issues, creating educational materials and providing training for extension educators and community leaders, conducting waste assessments and evaluating potential waste reduction program enhancements
 Construction and demolition measurement - conducting waste measurement on site
 Conducted landfill gas measurement - download landfill gas well field monitoring data, measure liquid levels in landfill gas extraction wells, monitor landfill well fields periodically to make sure proper functioning performance, prepare submit compliance, operational, and also safety forms or reports
 Conducted landfill leachate monitoring – designing, operating, and maintaining the landfill leachate system
 Worked on morphological composition of waste determination in Vojvodina region - designed and implemented solid waste management education and training programs, provided waste reduction technical assistance to local governments, institutions and businesses, developed guidance documents, coordinated specific waste reduction projects
 Worked on presentation of RBCA (RISK-BASED CORRECTIVE ACTION AT PETROLEUM RELEASE SITES) method at the University of Novi Sad

Conferences

 ISWA Beacon Novi Sad 2009
 ISWA Beacon Novi Sad 2010
 ISWA Beacon Novi Sad 2011
 WASET Zurich 2012
 Green Building Council Serbia 2013

Awards

ISWA-SWIS Essay award, University of Texas (USA), Winter School Dallas, 2015-2016

Memberships

 American Society of Civil Engineers
 American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists
 Union of Engineers and Technicians of Serbia
 Green Building Council Serbia

Scientific Supervision
PhD (Main Supervisor): Ana Paula Gomes



Publications
  1. M. Pavlovic, N. Karanovic, Z. Cepic, A. Pavlovic (2009) Quantity and recyclability of Fe-metals at the end-of the-life vehicles in Republic of Serbia. 7, (see details)
  2. M. Pavlovic, N. Karanovic, Z. Cepic, A. Pavlovic (2009) Quantity and recyclability of Fe-metals at the end-of the-life vehicles in Republic of Serbia. 7, (see details)
  3. N. Karanovic, A. Djuric Quantitative Analysis of Construction Waste in the City of Novi Sad, Serbia. 6, 1, (see details)
  4. N. Karanovic, A. Djuric Quantitative Analysis of Construction Waste in the City of Novi Sad, Serbia. 6, 1, (see details)
  1. Nikola Karanovic Quantitative analysis of construction and demolition waste in the middle-sized cities of Portugal using MFA and LCA tools: Case study of Aveiro. (see details)
  2. Nikola Karanovic Quantitative analysis of construction and demolition waste in the middle-sized cities of Portugal using MFA and LCA tools: Case study of Aveiro. (see details)
  1. G. Vujic, M. Pavlovic, T. Stajic, N .Karanovic, Z. Cepic (2009) Development of integrated and sustainable system in recycling of motor vehicles at the end-of-life cycle in Serbia . (see details)
  2. G. Vujic, M. Pavlovic, T. Stajic, N .Karanovic, Z. Cepic (2009) Development of integrated and sustainable system in recycling of motor vehicles at the end-of-life cycle in Serbia . (see details)
  3. N. Karanovic, Z. Cepic, J. Doric, I. Mihajlovic, M. Stosic, M. Miloradov-Vojnovic End-of-life vehicles: Source of Fe-metals and environmental impact of schredder plant in Serbia. (see details)
  4. N. Karanovic, Z. Cepic, J. Doric, I. Mihajlovic, M. Stosic, M. Miloradov-Vojnovic End-of-life vehicles: Source of Fe-metals and environmental impact of schredder plant in Serbia. (see details)
  5. A. Djuric, N. Karanovic, S. Trifkovic The influence of air pollutants on human health. (see details)
  6. A. Djuric, N. Karanovic, S. Trifkovic The influence of air pollutants on human health. (see details)
  7. Z. Cepic, S. Mihic, N. Karanovic, M. Pavlovic Motor vehicles at the end-of-life cycle as a source of iron-based materials and environmental impact of schredder plant in Serbia. (see details)
  8. Z. Cepic, S. Mihic, N. Karanovic, M. Pavlovic Motor vehicles at the end-of-life cycle as a source of iron-based materials and environmental impact of schredder plant in Serbia. (see details)