The 8th Mathematical Physics Meeting: Summer School and Conference on Modern Mathematical Physics starts today in Belgrade, Serbia. The Meeting’s programme is mainly oriented towards some recent developments in Cosmology, Gravity, Quantum Field Theory, Particle Physics, Superstring/M-Theory, and Related Mathematical Tools. The Meeting will be held from 24 to 31 August 2014.
The meeting is organized by Institute of Physics (University of Belgrade, Serbia) and Faculty of Mathematics (University of Belgrade, Serbia). The 8th Mathematical Physics Meeting is supported by the SEENET-MTP Network. This meeting is the latest meeting in series of mathematical physics meetings that has started at the first German-Serbian Summer School In Modern Mathematical Physics, which was held in Soko Banja in August 2001.
We are very pleased to announce a meeting The Modern Mathematical Physics and its Applications that will be held from 12 to 14 September 2014 in Banja Luka, RS, BiH.
This meeting is one of the first meetings organized by the SEENET-MTP partner Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Mathematics (Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina) and probably the first meeting in Bosnia and Herzegovina devoted exclusively to Mathematical and Theoretical Physics.
Scientific orientation of the meeting is related to research at the intersection of modern mathematics and fundamental theoretical physics. Topics in theoretical physics include: string theory, quantum field theory, gravitation, cosmology and particle physics.
SEENET-MTP provides a small support for the meeting.
The University of Novi Sad organizes
Danube School on Instrumentation in
Elementary Particle & Nuclear Physics
University of Novi Sad, Serbia, September 8 -13, 2014
The aim of “Danube School on Instrumentation in Elementary Particle & Nuclear Physics” is to bring together graduate students from Universities, from the whole Danube region and the International community. The school is an equal opportunity event intended for MSc, PhD students and postdocs who want to acquire hands on experience in different detector technologies used in Particle Physics and Nuclear Physics, as well. Researchers who are actively involved in the field and are recognized experts in detector R&D, will give lectures and state-of-art laboratory sessions. A second very important aim of this school is to promote future collaborations between young physicists working in the same or similar areas of research. Students are encouraged to attend, contribute and share their experience.
More information can be found at a website of the School. Deadline for application is June 15, 2014.
Summer School on Elementary Particle Physics
20-30 July 2014, Petnica Science Center, Valjevo, Serbia
The school aims to provide intensive and thorough course on elementary particle physics. The school is not limited to lectures, but will also include hands-on exercises, discussions, and independent work. School is intended for senior undergraduate and early graduate students mainly from Balkans region. All lectures will be given in English. Exceptional younger students and interested graduate students will also be considered. Lectures will be given mostly by PhD students and young postdocs, but also by some senior researchers. Lecturers come from various European and US institutions.
The school is organized by Petnica Science Center and supported by International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste.
More information about the school can be found at official web site.
SEENET-COSMO 2014 Seminar
12 – 15 February 2014, Nis, Serbia
The invited lecturers are:
- Neven Bilić (Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia)
- Argyris Nicolaidis(Aristotle Univesrity, Thessaloniki, Greece)
Introductory lecturs will be given by:
- Goran Djordjević (Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Niš, Serbia)
The Seminar will be organized by the SEENET-MTP Network and its Office at the Faculty of Science and Mathematics Niš, Serbia, in cooperation with ICTP, Trieste. The first lecture will start on Wednesday, February 12th, 2014 at 5 p.m.
Organizers invite PhD and advanced Master students from the SEENET-MTP member’s institution and countries to register for the Seminar. There is no registration fee for the seminar. The organizers will try to provide some travel support, as well as a limited local support on request.
Everyone who would like to participate in this seminar should register sending a motivational letter and short biography/CV to with subject: “Registration for the SEENET-COSMO 2014 Seminar“.
More information are available here.
The Committee for Education of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts organizes the conference
Improvements in Subject Didactics
and Education of Teachers
to be held on October 24 and 25, 2013.
The conference will work in three sections: Mathematics with Informatics, Science, and the Humanities. English will be the language of the conference and there will be no conference fee.
Three plenary lectures will be delivered by outstanding specialists who will treat general problems and perspectives of education specific for one of the three sections. In each section there will be 2–3 introductory thirty minute lectures focused on important global issues, whereas short fifteen minute presentations are supposed to contain original ideas how to improve some aspects of teachers’ education promoting better didactical transformations of the teaching content.
More information can be found at the web site of the ISDET2013.
The Corfu Summer Institute hosts during the CORFU2013 meeting a series of events:
The COURFU2013 will be held in Mon-Repos, Corfu, Greece. More information can be found at the website of CORFU2013.
We are happy to announce Petnica School on Cosmology (5-11 August 2013). The school aims to provide intensive and thorough course on modern cosmology and related disciplines, along with hands-on exercises, discussions and independent work. It is intended for senior undergraduate and early graduate students coming mainly from Balkans region. More information can be found on http://psc.ast.petnica.rs
We kindly ask you to forward this message to students who may be interested in attending the school.
Thank you very much!
The “13th International Balkan Workshop on Applied Physics” will be held from July 4 to July 6, 2013, in Constanta, Romania. The workshop is organized primarily by the Ovidius University of Constanta, the Balkan Physics Union, and the Romanian Physical Society.
The scientific program will include invited lectures and poster presentations, as well as discussions on various topics of present interest, such as Materials Physics and Applications; Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics and applications; Nuclear and subnuclear Physics and applications; Cross-disciplinary applications of Physics; Engineering and Industrial Physics and Physics Education Research.
Details concerning the workshop, including abstract preparation and submission as well as other useful information can be found soon on the web site of the Workshop.
“Sarajevo School of High Energy Physics 2013” (SSHEP 2013) will be held at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo from May 21 to May 25, 2013. The School aims at the graduate students who are interested in topics pertaining to High Energy Physics (HEP).
The application process for the SSHEP 2013 participation is open from January 1st, through March 24th, 2013. Applicants should send a letter of motivation and a curriculum vitae directly to one of the organizers using appropriate e-mail address. Every effort will be made during the selection procedure to produce a well-balanced list of participants in order to promote high academic standards while reflecting international character of the School. Registered participants will be notified about the level of support by the organizers.
More information is available at the web site of the SSHEP2013.