Dragana Vasiljević was born on 21.01.1987 in Doboj. She received a BSc degree from the FTS-UNS in 2010 and MSc degree from the FTS-UNS in 2010, both in electrical engineering. Currently, she is a member of the Group for nano and flexible electronics.

As a research associate and a PhD student at University of Novi Sad (UNS), Novi Sad, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Republic of Serbia she is participating in technological research project funded by Serbian Ministry of science, “Innovative electronic components and systems based on inorganic and organic technologies embedded in goods and consumer products” (TR32016) and The Central European Initiative (CEI) “The development of graphene-based sensors for the detection of various pollutants from our environment” (Grant No. 1206.011-14). She is mainly involved in designing and fabrication of flexible/organic/printed sensors as well as nanomaterials characterisation appropriate for sensing applications.

In 2012th, 2013th and 2015th she was at L-NESS (Laboratory for Epitaxial Nanostructures on Silicon and Spintronics) in Como, Italy, working on designing, fabrication and characterization of graphene/graphene oxide based structures.

She also attended 3 summer and 1 winter school in a field of printed and nanoelectronics, held in Belgium, Greece and Germany. She was an exhibitor of printed/flexible/organic devices in 2 Lopec fairs in Munich, Germany, as well as Electronica2014 fair also held in Munich, Germany.