Conference Venue

The venue of the conference will be city of Novi Sad, capital of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, second largest city in Serbia, and a large industrial and cultural centre.

Novi Sad is a city located in northern part of Serbia. It lies on the banks of the Danube river in the province of Vojvodina. Novi Sad is located on the water route Rhine – Main – Danube which connects nine countries and six capitals. It is also on the main route from the central Europe (through Hungary) to south-eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey). Novi Sad lies 300 km south of Budapest (Hungary), 70 km north of Belgrade, 360 km east of Zagreb (Croatia) and 160 km west of Timisoara (Romania).

Its name means "New Planting" (noun) in Serbian and is also known as Neoplanta (in Latin), Neusatz (in German), and Újvidék (in Hungarian).

The population of Novi Sad is about 350.000 citizens. Serbian language is spoken by majority of citizens. However, Hungarian, Slovakian, Rumanian and Ruthanian languages are also widely spoken and officially used according to the law and decision of the city’s assembly.

Lectures and sessions:

Lectures and sessions of the Conference will take place at Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad.

Department of Mathematics and Informatics was established in 1963, and since then has been one of the leading teaching and research institutions, first in the field of mathematics, and then computing/informatics as well.

Through eleven accredited study programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels, all of which are consisted of integrated units of knowledge and skills, the teaching process has been made completely in accord to the requirements of modern professional challenges, and the latest scientific research trends.

Department of Mathematics and Informatics
Faculty of Sciences
University of Novi Sad
Trg Dositeja Obradovica 4, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia

Phone: (+381) 21 6350449, 458136
Fax: (+381) 21 6350458

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