Ivana Cekovic

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Biography

Ivana joined the Florence School of Regulation, Gas Area, in September 2019.

She holds a PhD in a Technical Sciences – Mechanical (Process) Engineering. She specialised in Wood Chips Gasification Process in Combined Heat and Power System. Her research interest lies within the field of Energy (particularly Gas Sector), Renewable Energy Markets and Energy Efficiency, Environmental Management Systems, Greenhouse Gas Emission Monitoring and Climate Change.

Before joining FSR, Ivana was working at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, for more than nine years, where she contributed to the Projects of Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. In 2018, she was working on the Improvement of Environmental Management Systems in Asphalt Production Sector in Italy and the Development of Innovative Air Measurement Technology for Air Quality Management (3000 SRL – Ecosurvey, Bologna). In 2017, Ivana contributed to a European Climate Foundation Project “Climate Friendly Energy Future of Serbia” as a consultant/project coordinator at RES Foundation in Belgrade. In 2016, she was a research assistant at the NTNU in Trondheim, where she took part within Programme in Higher Education, Research and Development in the Western Balkans (topics: Renewable Energy, Heat and Power, Biomass Combustion, Gas Quality and NOx Chemical Kinetics). In 2015, Ivana successfully finished training for Program and Certification for GHG Inventory and Mitigation Modeling in Seoul.

She is a Climate Reality Leader and a member of WISE SEE Women Network, Alumni Energy Efficiency Hack and Climate-KIC Alumni Association. In 2017, she was UNDP volunteer in Serbia (involvement in promotional Disaster Risk Reduction campaign).


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