10 - 11 June 2019
Title: Full professor
Šime Ukić was born in Šibenik on March 27, 1979. After graduating from high school in Šibenik, he went to Zagreb, where he studied at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology (FCET) of the University of the University of Zagreb in 1997. In May 2004, he defended his master thesis under the supervision of Prof. Marko Rogošić. In September of the same year, he was employed as a scientific novice in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at FCET and enrolled in the postgraduate doctoral programme in Engineering Chemistry. In September 2009, he defended his dissertation entitled Mathematical Model for Simulation of the Response of Ion Chromatographic Analysis under the supervision of Prof. Štefica Cerjan-Stefanović.
Šime Ukić was appointed as a Research Associate in 2010, Senior Research Associate in 2016 and Scientific Advisor in 2021. Scientifically, he deals with problems from the fields of analytical chemistry, chemometrics, water chemistry and new pollutants in the environment. In his scientific career so far, he has published 75 scientific papers, 52 of them in journals represented in WoSCC and Scopus databases, 3 in journals cited in other databases, and 20 in conference proceedings. He was a guest speaker at two international scientific meetings.
Šime Ukić was appointed Assistant Professor in 2012, Associate Professor in 2017 and Full Professor in 2022. He teaches in the bachelor, master, and doctoral programmes of the FCET and in the interdisciplinary postgraduate programme Ecoengineering. As a supervisor, he has been involved in the writing of 1 student work for which his students were awarded the Rector's Award, as well as 26 bachelor theses, 27 master theses, and 4 doctoral theses. He was co-author of two university textbooks: Ionska kromatografija (Ion Chromatography) and Analitika okoliša (Environmental Analytics ), and published a chapter in the textbook Environmental Engineering: Basic Principles.