2009
 

The participants of the Rectors' Conference visited the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

The participants of the Rectors' Conference visited the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. The occasion was marked by the organized discussions between the representatives of SASA and Ministry of Science and Technological Development and the eminent guests: the winners of the prominent scientific awards, rectors and scientists. The guests were hosted by the General Secretary of SASA, the academician Dimitrije Stefanović and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Science Božidar Đelić. The purpose of the discussion was establishing a firm cooperation between scientific-research centers in Serbia and similar centers worldwide as well as enabling a faster and more productive exchange of knowledge that would contribute to further development of the Serbian state.

Persons attending the discussion:

1. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Science Božidar Đelić
2. General Secretary of SASA the academician Dimitrije Stefanović
3. Professor Martin Perl, University of Stanford, Nobel Prize winner, Honorary Doctor of the University of Belgrade.
4. Professor Michael Flynn, University of Stanford, Eckert-Mauchly Prize winner, Honorary Doctor of the University of Belgrade
5. Professor Yale Patt, Uniersity of Texas, Eckert-Mauchly Prize winner, Honorary Doctor of the University of Belgrade
6. Professor Katsuhito Iwai, University of Tokio, Honorary Doctor of the University of Belgrade (this year's Nobel Prize nominee)
7. Professor, Gabor Szabo, Rector, University of Szeged
8. Professor Antoni Giro, Rector, University of Barcelona
9. Professor Kohsei Oguchi, President of the Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan
10. Professor Borko Furht, Rector, University of Atlanta, Florida
11. Professor, Veljko Milutinović, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade - coordinator for the VIP guests of the World Rectors' Conference
12. Professor Branko Kovačević, Rector, University of Belgrade
13. Secretary of the Department of Technical Sciences the academician Petar Miljanić
14. Secretary of the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Geo-Science, academician Zoran Maksimović
15. Corresponding member Đorđe Šijački

 

 

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