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Professor, Institute of Meteorology, Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade
Prof. Vladimir Đurđević is a full professor at the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade. He has been a visiting researcher at the "National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)" in the United States; "Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC)" in Italy; "Instituto Superior Tecnico (IST), Universidade de Lisboa" in Portugal; and the "Mediterranean Center on Insular Coastal Dynamics (ICOD) of the University of Malta" in Malta. He has actively participated in international and national research projects funded by the EU-H2020, EU-FP, IPA, JRC, Creative Europe, GEF, GCF, WB, WMO, IOC-UNESCO, MSTDI-RS, and SF-RS. Currently, he leads the EXTREMES project funded by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia. Vladimir Đurđević also takes part in the international initiative "Mediterranean Coordinated Regional Climate Downscaling Experiment (MedCordex)", serves as a member of the International Planning Committee for the "Initiative for Regional Hydroclimate Project for the Pannonian region (PannEX)", and leads the Group on Research, Modelling, and Prediction within the World Meteorological Organization RA-VI Working Group on Research. He is a co-founder of the Green Art Incubator initiative ( and a contributor to the Klima101 portal ( Vladimir Đurđević has been honored with the WMO Borivoje Dobrilovic Trust Found Research Award in meteorology, the Faculty of Physics annual award for scientific achievements, the Konstantin Jireček Medal - Die Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft, the "Zeleni List" award, and the Center for the Promotion of Science annual acknowledgment.

His expertise lies in numerical climate modeling, climate data analysis, climate change impact analysis, climate risk assessment, vulnerability assessment, climate change adaptation, and big data visualization. Vladimir Đurđević has published over fifty papers in peer-reviewed international scientific journals in the field of atmospheric sciences and climatology. As an expert, he contributed and co-authored National Communications on climate change under the UNFCCC for Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Brazil. In addition to his academic career, he has also delivered a series of public lectures on climate change.