Mateja Budetić

Mateja Budetić

Postdoctoral researcher

Department: Analytical, Organic and Applied Chemistry
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Research Interests

  • electroanalytical methods, chemical sensors, surfactant analysis, environmental and food chemistry, quality control

Education

  • PhD in Chemistry, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology (FKIT), University of Zagreb, Zagreb 2017.
  • University Specialist in ecology, J. Strossmayer University of Osijek (Croatia), Osijek 2016.
  • M. S. in chemistry education, Department of Chemistry, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek (Croatia), Osijek 2012.

Highlighted Publications

Highlighted publications:

  • Budetić, M. Samardžić, G. Ravnjak, A. Dandić, P. Živković, A. Széchenyi, A new solid-state anionic surfactant-selective sensor based on functionalized MWCNT, Talanta 226 (2021), DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2021.122196
  • Hajduković, M. Samardžić, O. Galović, A. Sečenji, M. Sak-Bosnar, A functionalized nanomaterial based, new, solid state cationic-surfactant-selective sensor with fast response and low noise, Sens. actuators. B 251 (2017) 795-803.
  • Samardžić, O. Galović, M. Hajduković, M. Sak-Bosnar, A novel, fast responding, low noise potentiometric sensor containing a carbon-based polymeric membrane for measuring surfactants in industrial and environmental applications, Talanta 162 (2017) 316-323.

Other publications:  https://www.bib.irb.hr/pretraga?operators=and|Budeti%C4%87,%20Mateja%20%2835070%29|text|profile

Projects

  • Scientific center of excellence for personalized health care, supported from EU (2017.-)
  • The application of nanomaterials in the development of eco-sensor supported from J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek (2015.-2016.);
  • The use of nanomaterials in the construction of potentiometric surfactant sensors for industrial and environmental applications supported from Croatian science foundation (2014-2017.);

Professional Activities

  • Refereeing/Reviewing: Journal of Surfactants and Detergents and Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society

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