VII. REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION*Please mention only initiatives of cooperation had in the last five years.
1. Typology of cooperation
Joint research programs
No. of joint research programs
Joint study programs (PhD, master)
No. of joint study programs (PhD, master)
Jointly edited publications (journals, monograph, …)
No. of Jointjy edited publications (journals, monograph, …)
Jointly organised activities (meetings, confer., workshops
No. of jointly organised activities (meetings, confer., workshops
No. of Fellowships
No. of exchange programs
Visiting professor (incoming / outcoming)
No. of visiting professor (incoming / outcoming)
Other initiatives (please specify)
In the last five years there were at least two workshops with predominantly international participation organized by the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts in the broad area of complex systems. There was also one national conference in Medical physics and two conferences (2006 and 2008) of the national society of physicists with international participants.
No. of initiatives
2. Tipology of partnership
No. of National partnership agreements
Established in your own country
No. of South East European (SEE) partnership agreements
Established with countries from the Region
No. International Partnership Agreements
outside South East European Countries
As from above, please specify name of the partner, location and programme of cooperation
There is a cooperation and a number of joint publications with colleagues from Solid State Institute of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Verkine Institute in Kharkov, Ukraine, Joint Institute of Nuclear research in Dubna, Russia, Rugjer Boscovic Institute in Zagreb, Croatia. Younger members of the Institute of Physics visit the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste under agreement with the Centre.
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