Prof. MILOSAV MILOŠEVSKI
Born: January 10, 1946, Republic of Macedonia
SS Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, North Macedonia
Miloslav Miloševski ( January 10, 1946, Republic of Macedonia), graduated at ”Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje at Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy. He finished his master's and doctoral degree at the same University. The doctoral thesis titled “The influence of activity on sinterability of molybdenum powders” was defended in 1977 under the mentorship of Academician Momcilo M. Ristich from the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia.
In 1986 he started working at Nuclear Centre, Karlsruhe, Germany, where he excelled in the field of thermo-physics of titanates, particularly aluminum titanate. Later, he stayed at Institut fur Gesteinshutenkude der RWTH, Aachen, working on synthesis – structure - properties of mono, binary, and ternary oxide systems as potential bioinert materials. At the Research Centre in Jülich, his scientific work was focused on titanium nitrite thin films produced by CVD and PACVD
Friedrich Schiller University in Jena was the last institution where Prof. M. Milosevski realized the long term scientific cooperation in Germany (1986 to 2005). His research activities in the frame of EUREKA, FP INCO Copernicus and bilateral projects were realized in several research topics: the creation of a controlled porous structure of bioactive materials - hydroxyapatite and their application in medicine, creation of a porous structure of consolidated industrial wastes (like fly ash and metallurgical slag) as diffusers for water aeration, synthesis of nano Al2O3 powders, as well as the design of electrodes of TiO2 - Magnieli phases for biological purification of water.
In 1993 prof. Milosevski was elected as a corresponding member of the International Institute of Science of Sintering (IISS), and in 1995 he become a full member.
Even in his retirement age, he is still active with teaching at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, ”Ss Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje in the fields of Theoretical basics of inorganic chemical technology, Material science of inorganic materials, Processes of consolidation and Kinetics and mechanism of heterogeneous reactions.
Information was given by Prof. Emilija Fidanchevski, Interim Dean, Ss Cyril and Methodious University in Skopje