Dr. Sandra Babić

Full Professor of the University of Zagreb

Sandra Babić

Dr. Sandra Babić is Full Professor at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology of the University of Zagreb (Croatia) since 2018. She graduated in Chemical Engineering in 1995, obtained her MSc (1998) and PhD (2003) in Natural Sciences (Chemistry) from University of Zagreb Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology.

Her main research interest is in the field of environmental analytical chemistry, primarily focusing on the development of advanced analytical methods for the determination of organic micropollutants in environmental samples and study of their fate in the environment and during advanced wastewater treatment. In particular, her work focuses on the abiotic degradation processes of emerging contaminants (pharmaceuticals), identification of degradation products and elucidation of degradation pathways.

She has participated in several national and international research projects. She has published more than 60 papers in SCI journals (Hirsch Index 17) and published 7 book chapters.


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Relevant publications

Sandra Babić, Dragana Mutavdžić Pavlović, Martina Biošić, Danijela Ašperger, Irena Škorić, Mislav Runje, Fate of febantel in the aquatic environment—the role of abiotic elimination processes, Environ. Sci. Polut. Res. 29 (2018) 28917-28927

Mirta Čizmić, Davor Ljubas, Lidija Ćurković, Irena Škorić, Sandra Babić, Kinetics and degradation pathways of photolytic and photocatalytic oxidation of the anthelmintic drug praziquantel, J. Hazard. Mater. 323 (2017) 500-512

Sandra Babić, Mirta Zrnčić, Davor Ljubas, Lidija Ćurković, Irena Škorić, Photolytic and thin TiO2 film assisted photocatalytic degradation of sulfamethazine in aqueous solution, Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 22 (2015) 11372-11386

Sandra Babić, Martina Periša, Irena Škorić, Photolytic degradation of norfloxacin, enrofloxacin and ciprofloxacin in various aqueous media, Chemosphere 91 (2013) 1635-1642