Living with Risks – Sharing the Good Practice
The conference 2022 will be held in Novi Sad, Serbia
Society for Risk Analysis – Europe 30th Annual Conference with the general subject “Living with Risks – Sharing the Good Practice”will be hosted by University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Serbia, and take place June 12-15, 2022. It will be held as a hybrid event, both live and virtual event on-line.
Conference venue and location
The University of Novi Sad was founded in 1960. It is the only state university in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, comprising fourteen faculties and three research & developmental institutes. There are more than 50 000 students, 5 000 teaching and non-teaching staff, as well as 300 study programmes at all three academic cycles. It is a comprehensive university covering all major fields of study and research. University of Novi Sad is rather active in the international collaboration field participating in both educational and research projects (ERASMUS +, TEMPUS, HORIZON 2020, FP7, EUREKA, COST, IPA, etc.) Regarding TEMPUS projects, the University is the top leader both in the country and in the region, where most of these projects were aiming for restructuring and reforming higher education processes, structures and programs. READ MORE…
The Faculty of Technical Sciences was established in Novi Sad, in May, 1960. It consists of 13 departments, 14 administrative services and 37 research centers. With over 16.000 students and 1.200 employees, covering the area of around 40.000 m2 divided into 7 buildings, the Faculty ranks among the largest and most developed faculties in the region. At the moment, Science-Technology Park is under construction and it will represent one of the most modern educational facilities in the sphere of technical sciences in Serbia. It will also stand as the largest building built in the last thirty years within the campus of University of Novi Sad. Rapid response in generating new technologies and the need to renovate the existing ones as well as the intensive growth of the economy and the social sector, demand the corresponding development of research work, research-oriented faculty and the effective centers for transforming the knowledge into purposeful technologies. READ MORE…
Also, we would like to say that the campus of Novi Sad University is unique in Serbia, since all the faculties are at the same location.
Submission of abstracts closes: January 31, 2022
Notification of acceptance: February 21, 2022
Deadline Early Bird registration: April 30, 2022
Final Presenter registration: May 15, 2022
Registration opening: February 21, 2022
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About Novi Sad
Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia. It is architecturally (and, to an extent, culturally) different from other larger cities in central and south Serbia such as Belgrade and Niš, since it was not under the Ottoman influence but instead, that of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The buildings in the city centre resemble the ones in Vienna and Budapest. Novi Sad is a university town, with more than 40,000 students attending the University of Novi Sad, which is on a beautiful green campus near the Danube. Because of the abundance of young people, Novi Sad has many bars, “hipstery” places, and is generally more open-minded than the rest of Serbia. The people of Novi Sad are known to be relaxed and easy going, sometimes a bit too slow-paced for the other Serbians from the central and south of Serbia (their accent is one example of this). Novi Sad is very flat (which makes it suitable for biking), with wide streets and lots of trees. For those who love hiking, there is a mountain, Fruška Gora, less than 15 km away, which is a national park featuring beautiful nature and many old monasteries. Tourists that come to Novi Sad are usually impressed the most by Serbian cuisine, very low prices by Western standards, and by the hospitality of Serbian people. Many tourists come to Novi Sad for Exit Festival which takes place on the Petrovaradin fortress in early July. Novi Sad is among the first cities outside the European Union to be declared the European Capital of Culture and thus became one of the 60 cities that took this title, fostering the richness of diversity and interculturalism.