Dragan Ninković

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Dr Dragan Ninković

Research Assistant
The Innovation center of the Department of Chemistry, Belgrade

Date and place of birth: May 19, 1982, Šabac, Serbia

e-mail: dragannin@chem.bg.ac.rs

Education

  • 2008. BSc in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Belgrade
  • 2010. MSc in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Belgrade
  • 2014. PhD in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Belgrade

Scientific and academic positions

  • Research Assistant, 2011. The Innovation center of the Department of Chemistry, Belgrade

Research interests

  • Computational chemistry
  • Stacking interactions

Selected references

  1. D. B. Ninković, G. V. Janjić, D. Ž. Veljković, D. N. Sredojević i S. D. Zarić, “What are the preferred horizontal displacements in parallel aromatic-aromatic interactions?”, ChemPhysChem, 12(18), (2011) 3511–3514
  2. D. B. Ninković, G. V. Janjić i S. D. Zarić, “Crystallographic and ab Initio Study of Pyridine Stacking Interactions. Local Nature of Hydrogen Bond Effect in Stacking Interactions”, Crystal Growth & Design, 12(3), (2012) 1060–1063
  3. D. B. Ninković, J. M. Andrić i S. D. Zarić, “Parallel Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacement in Pyridine–Pyridine and Benzene–Pyridine Dimers”, ChemPhysChem, 14(1), (2013) 237-243
  4. D. N. Sredojević, D. B. Ninković, G. V. Janjić, J. Zhou, M. B. Hall i S. D. Zarić, “Stacking Interactions of Ni(acac) Chelates with Benzene: Calculated Interaction Energies”, ChemPhysChem, 14(9), (2013) 1797-1800
  5. D. B. Ninković, J. M. Andrić, S. N. Malkov, S. D. Zarić, “What are the preferred horizontal displacements of aromatic-aromatic interactions in proteins? Comparison with the calculated benzene-benzene potential energy surface”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16(23), (2014) 11173-11177