The Conference will be held in Novi Sad Rectorat of University of Novi SadDr Zorana Djindjica 1over the period of 3 (three) daysOctober 4 - 6, 2023
University of Novi Sad
University of Novi Sad is one of the largest educational and scientific centers in Central Europe. Currently, university is the second largest state university in Serbia and the region, and the headquarters of the University of Novi Sad are in the central campus on the banks of the Danube, near the famous Petrovaradin fortress, built in the 18th century, and the old city center. Not far from the headquarters of the University is the Faculty of Technical Sciences, as well as many other faculties.
Faculty of Technical Sciences
Faculty of Technical Sciences is one of the most modern organized higher education institutions in the region with 55 years of tradition. In 1960, college became an integral part of the University of Novi Sad. Since then, Faculty of Technical Sciences has developed into one of the largest faculties in South Eastern Europe with more than 11,000 students and 1,200 employees. Surface of the faculty occupies 30,000 sqm, and has 7 of its buildings. Within the faculty there are 13 departments with the study program of undergraduate, master, doctoral and specialist studies, as well as a program of research doctoral thesis. All degree programs are accredited and include technical and technological segment, mathematical and natural sciences, art and medicine through interdisciplinary studies.
About Novi Sad
Novi Sad, located on the banks of the Danube River, is very beautiful and warm city that captivates with its hospitality, openness and honesty. It represents the cultural, university and economic center of Vojvodina, and is also known as multinational, multicultural and multi-religious metropolis where differences are seen as an advantage. The most famous museums and galleries of the city are the Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad City Museum, Museum of the labor movement and social revolution, Matica Srpska and Gallery of Pavle Beljanski. Novi Sad is a city short but rich history, interesting people and events in which in the early 20th century, Albert Einstein lived with his wife Mileva Maric-Einstein. Today's most popular trademark of Novi Sad is EXIT music festival, which takes place at the Petrovaradin fortress.
How to get to Novi Sad
Main airport “Nikola Tesla” (Surčin, Belgrade) is 70 km far from Novi Sad (1 hour drive).There are buses on hourly bases departing to Belgrade’s bus and railway station, from which you can easily get to Novi Sad. Also, you can get from airport to Novi Sad by taxi. The useful information regarding your flight can be found on Belgrade Airport homepage.
In international traffic there are direct trains from Budapest with 6 hours of travel and from Ljubljana to Belgrade is about 7 hours of travel. For more arrivals please check the link to the National railway timetable (in Serbian only).
Novi Sad has very good connections with Belgrade and all other parts of the country. From Belgrade to Novi Sad there are buses on about every 30 minutes and the travel takes about 1.5 hour. Almost every international bus line which goes to Belgrade stops in Novi Sad. Please, check your arrival on the following page: RED VOŽNJE (in Serbian only).
If you come to the Symposium by car, just beside Novi Sad is a highway E-75 (Subotica – Novi Sad – Beograd – Niš). There aren’t vignette for toll, so you pay on pay-toll booth (you can pay in EUR). Speed limit on highway is 130km/h (on some parts even 80 km/h), outside towns 80km/h, and in towns from 50 to 60 km/h.
For citizens of EU states, EU candidate states, USA and Canada visa is not required. For more information, please visit the following web site: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.