Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), Sladjan Velinov, was happy to send his commendations to the students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Bozidar Obradovic, Luka Stancev and Ksenija Dizdar on winning the first prize in the competition within ENEN+ Nuclear Summer School. The competition was organized as a part of ENEN+ project financed through the EU programme Horizon 2020.
In the competition gathering the students from around the world, Serbian students won the first prize in the project in medical physics.
“I want to send my sincerest congratulations to these talented and hardworking students. Bozidar, Luka and Ksenija’s knowledge, innovativeness, talent, devotion and diligence will undoubtedly contribute to the further development of human and societal use of nuclear energy and radiation. Thanks to you, in terms of nuclear energy use, I strongly believethe future of Serbia is very bright”, said Velinov.
The project in medical physics, for which our students won the first prize, is on the use of radioisotopes in diagnostics and radiotherapy, such is the case with X-knife and gamma knife techniques. On the other hand, in terms of nuclear energy use, they focused on the issue of how to make nuclear energy more available to smaller countries, primarily the countries in the Balkans.