The SEENET-MTP Office

December 18th, 2015

The SEENET-MTP Network Office is the coordinating body of the SEENET-MTP.

The members of the Executive Committee of the Network brought the decision on forming the SEENET-MTP Office during the Scientific Meeting QM2005 in November 2005 in Niš.

The SEENET-MTP Office as a Division of the Center for Advanced Study in Natural and Mathematical Sciences – Faculty of Science and Mathematics, University of Niš exists since March 2011.

The SEENET-MTP Office:

  • Prof. Dr. Goran Đorđević, Network & Office Executive Director
  • Dr. Dragoljub Dimitrijević, Scientific Secretary
  • Milan Milošević, IT system administrator

The SEENET-MTP Office has implemented more than 20 international projects, organized 15 scientific conferences and schools, and was co-publisher of more than 10 monographs, thematic collections and collections of scientific conferences in cooperation with CEI, CERN, DAAD, ICTP, UNESCO and the European Framework Programmes.

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