Gordana is researcher in NewRail within the Rail Infrastructure Group. Her research experience is in a wide range of railway research areas and expertise in wheel-rail contact, particularly in adhesion and rail wear.
Gordana is also the Research Coordinator for Newcastle University's transportNewcastle network. Her role is to promote the University for transport technology research and to assist in the coordination of the network.
My research has been mainly in railway engineering. I have industrial experience in the gas engineering field and welding. For two years I was a lecturer at the Polytechnic of Mechanical and Traffic Engineering in Belgrade, Serbia, teaching public transport.
PhD in Railway engineering, Newcastle University, 2013
MSc Master of Technical Sciences in the field of Railway Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia 2004
BSc Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia 1996
Specialist diploma in welding – welding engineer-specialist 1998
Chartered Mechanical Engineer (in Serbia)
Member of The Serbian Chamber of Engineers
(little Russian and German)
Main research interests are in railway engineering and transport.