1. (2005-2007): Biotechnology research project – Technological Development Program – “Basic environmental and structural-production characteristics of forest types in Đerdap and the Tara National Park “; project duration: 1. 1. 2005 – 31. 12. 2007.
  2. (2008-2011): Biotechnology research project – Technological Development Program – “Basic environmental and structural-production characteristics of forest types in the Kopaonik National Park and the National Park Tara”; project duration: 1. 4. 2008 – 31. 3. 2011
  3. Planning support to the development of beech forests in Serbia (2010-2011), Forest Directorate.
  4. (2011-2016): Scientific research project “Sustainable management of the overall resources of forests in the Republic of Serbia” – TP 37008, 2011-2016, Ministry of Education and Science.
  5. (2010-2012): Scientific research project “Sustainable development of forest ecosystems – planning support to the development of beech forests in Serbia”, 2010-2012, the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Forestry and Water Management – Forest Directorate.
  6. (2011-2014): “The plan of afforestation of Belgrade” (Municipalities of Surčin, Zemun, Lazarevac, Sopot, Mladenovac, Voždovac, Čukarica and Obrenovac), from 2011 to 2014, the city of Belgrade Secretariat for Environmental Protection.
  7.  Development of the Program of forest management in private forest of less than 100 hectares in the area of ​​the National Park Fruška Gora (2013-2014). Budget Fund for Forests of  AP Vojvodina.
  8. The plan of forest development in the Fruška Gora National Park (2013-2014). Budget Fund for Forests of AP Vojvodina.

Project leader: Dr. Milan Medarević.


  1. (2011): Regional Energy Security and Market Development, IRG (INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES GROUP) Washington, USA.
  2. (2008‒2011): The plan of natural forest valuation in the NP Biogradska Gora, the Ministry of science of Montenegro.
  3. (2004‒2008): FOPER: Strengthening capacities of education and training for forest policy and economics development (Forest Policy and Economics Education and Research – FOPER (2004‒2008).
  4. (2010‒2012): FOPERII Forest Policy and Economics in Western Balkan Region-International Master program (Sarajevo, Skoplje, Zagreb, Tirana, Banja Luka i Beograd (2010‒2012).
  5. (2012‒2015): The proect of Higher education improvement (EU HETIP) ‒ Reconstruction of the educational base Goč  ‒ IPA Project.  

Project leader: Dr. Milan Medarević.

  1. Distributed, integrated and harmonised forest information for bioeconomy outlooks, Horizon 2020, Project ID 633464, Call H2020-ISIB-2014-2, Proposal acronym: DIABOLO, (WP1-Multi-agent end-user requirements analysis, WP2-Harmonizing growing stock, biomass and carbon estimation and forest state monitoring based on field and high-resolution remote sensing data, WP3-Improving data collection and analysis for multipurpose inventory of forest resource, WP4-Monitoring disturbances based on EC space-applications, WP5-Model-based biomass supply analyses for bioeconomy).
  2. (2015-2016): SC17 – Use of National Forest Inventories data to estimate biomass in the European Forest
  3. GCP/SRB/002/GEF Contribution of Sustainable Forest Management to Low Emissions and Resilient Development-NFI2

Project leader: Dr. Damjan Pantić

  1. FP 6, SEE-ERA.NET: Multifunctional Management of Coppice Forests. Coppice forestry in South-Eastern Europe: Problems and future prospects (20082009).
  2. FAO/TCP/YUG/3201 – Wood energy for sustainable rural development (20092011).
  3. Techno-economicanalysis ofthe possibilities of usingbiomass for heating purposes in mining basin Kolubara, Feasibility study (Serbia) – 2012.
  4. „Production of the sessil oak model in the aim of defining the measures for an increase in the level of sessile oak stand production” (20122013).
  5. Production of norms of selection forests and determination of the normal state for high even-aged beech stands in Serbia (production of tables of  yield and increment) – (2013-2105).
  6. Short rotation energy crops plantations (SRP) in Serbia: biomass production, legislation, market, and environmental impacts – potentials and constraints (2016).

Project leader: Dr. Branko Stajić

  1. Development and implementation of adaptation strategies to climate change in forest management (Adaptive Forest Management – Germany – Serbia) – ANKLIWA-DS.

Project leader: dr Nenad Petrović, with prof. dr Branko Stajić and MSc Marko Kazimirović

  1. Western Balkans Academic Education Evolution and Professional’s Sustainable Training for Spatial Data Infrastructures ‒ BESTSDI; Project financing: EU ERASMUS+

Project leader: Dr. Milorad Janić