Goran Kitić

Goran Kitić

Zvanje: Naučni saradnik u oblasti tehničko–tehnoloških nauka, telekomunikacije i informacione tehnologije

Pozicija:Rukovodilac Centra za senzorske tehnologije

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Goran Kitić je zaposlen na poziciji Rukovodioca centra za senzorske tehnologije na Institutu BioSens. Doktorirao je na Fakultetu tehničkih nauka, na Univerzitetu u Novom Sadu 2016. godine na temu mikrotalasnih senzora vlažnosti zemljišta. Goran Kitić ima iskustva u oblastima raznih tehnologija fabrikacije (LTCC, debeloslojna i tankoslojna tehnologija, mikrofabrikacija, PCB, wire bonding, mašinska obrada i 3D štampa) i metoda karakterizacije (elektronska mikroskopija, EDS spektoroskopija, UV/Vis spektroskopija, optička profilometrija, električna merenja). Njegova istraživanja su u vezi sa razvojem senzora koji svoju primenu imaju u poljoprivredi, prehrambenom sektoru i zaštiti životne sredine. Neki od razvijenih prototipa senzora uključuju multispektralni senzor za utvrđivanje statusa biljaka, senzor vlažnosti zemljišta, uređaj za rano otkrivanje mastitisa, detektor nitrata u vodi. Pored navedenog, u velikoj meri je uključen u razvoj robotskog sistema za uzorkovanje i analizu zemljišta. Njegovo istraživanje je publikovano u 7 međunarodnih časopisa, i brojnim radovima objavljenim na međunarodnim konferencijama. Tokom svoje karijere, učestvovao je u 13 međunarodnih i nacionalnih projekata.

Centar:

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CST

1. ANTARES- Centre of Excellence for Advanced Technologies in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security
2. agROBOfood-Business-Oriented Support to the European Robotics and Agri-food Sector, towards a network of Digital Innovation Hubs in Robotics
3. NOCTURNO -Non-Conventional Wave Propagation for Future Sensing and Actuating Technologies
4. SHEALTHY- Non-Thermal physical technologies to preserve fresh and minimally processed fruit and vegetables
5. REALSENSE2- FROM LAB-ON-A-CHIP TO CUSTOM BIOREACTOR: SCALE UP MODELING STUDY, 2019-2021; Good Food Institute 2018 Competitive Grant Program
6. Razvoj uređaja za merenje i mapiranje azota kao najvažnijeg parametra za održivu poljoprivredu
7. Smart-AKIS- European Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems (AKIS) towards innovation-driven research in Smart Farming Technology
8. KATANA – Emerging industries as key enablers for the adoption of advanced technologies in the agrifood sector
9. SKIN-Short supply chain Knowledge and Innovation Network
10. DIATOMIC- Digital Innovation Hubs boosting European Microelectronics Industry
11. FLEXIGROBOTS- Flexible robots for intelligent automation of precision agriculture operations
12. SISCODE- Society in Innovation and Science through CODEsign
13. IoF2020- Internet of Food and Farm 2020
14. EUREKA WaQuMoS- Water Quality Monitoring System with Multi-Parameter IoT Sensor Nodes for Proactive Water Resource Management, 2019-2022, E!13044
15. MicoLabAptaSens-Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip platform for fast detection of pathogenic bacteria using novel electrochemical aptamer-based biosensors

1. Kitić, G., Tagarakis, A., Cselyuszka, N., Panić, M., Birgermajer, S., Sakulski, D., & Matović, J. (2019). A new low-cost portable multispectral optical device for precise plant status assessment. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 162, 300–308. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compag.2019.04.021
2. N. Cselyuszka, Z. Sakotic, G. Kitic, V Crnojevic-Bengin, N Jankovic „Novel Dual-band Band-Pass Filters Based on Surface Plasmon Polariton-like Propagation Induced by Structural Dispersion of Substrate Integrated Waveguide“, Scientific reports 8 (1),
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3. V. Radonić, S. Birgermajer and G. Kitić: „Microfluidic EBG Sensor Based on Phase-Shift Method Realized Using 3D Printing Technology“, Sensors 2017, 17(4), 892-906; doi:10.3390/s17040892
4. G. Kitić, V. Crnojević Bengin: „A Sensor for the Measurement of the Moisture of Undisturbed Soil Samples“, Sensors 2013, 13, 1692-1705; doi:10.3390/s130201692