Projects implemented with countries with which SASA has signed agreements on cooperation

AUSTRIA (1)

  • Protection and Conservation of the Collection of Shellac Records Kept in the Phonographic Archive of the Institute of Musicology.

BULGARIA (19)

  • Analytical and Numerical Methods for Differential and Integral Equations and Mathematical Models of Arbitrary (Fractional or High Integer) Order;
  • Optical Detection of Supernova Remnants and HII Regions in Nearby Galaxies (M81 and M101 Groups);
  • Astroinformatics: Preparations for big data;
  • Investigation of ICRF Radio Sources and Fast-changing Astronomical Objects;
  • Investigation of Visual Double and Multiple Stars;
  • Development and Application of Astronomical Databases. Interconnection Between Bulgarian and Serbian Work on Astronomical Data Centers;
  • Secondary Metabolites from Wild-growing and Cultivated Plants with Potential Biological Activity;
  • Synthesis and Properties of Catalytic Materials in Environmental Protection.
  • Layered Materials as Precursors of Nanoparticle Catalytic Systems for Application in the Production of Pure Alternative Fuels and Health Food;
  • Heterogeneous Catalytic and Photo-catalytic Dissolution of Organic and Pharmaceutical Pollutants in Nature Using Multicomponent Systems in the Production of Pure Alternative Fuels and Health Food;
  • Detection of Genetic Identity and Biological Availability of Heavy Metals in the Populations of the Golden Jackal (Canis aureus) in Bulgaria and Serbia;
  • Plasma Diagnosis by Langmuir Probe at Low Pressure and Temperature;
  • Investigation of Laser Modified Nanocrystal ZnO Thin Films for Sensor Application Using Raman and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy;
  • Aspects of Reliability and Resistance to Radiation of Layered Structures Based on HfO2 for Flash Memories;
  • Political and Cultural Interactions Between the Serbs and Bulgarians in the Balkan Context During the Middle Ages;
  • Bulgarian-Serbian and Serbian-Bulgarian Relations in the 14th Century in the Context of the Byzantine Civilization;
  • Voices and Images of Medieval Balkans (4th-16th c.);
  • Dynamics of Everyday Life and Mobility in Serbia and Bulgaria;
  • Serbian (Yugoslav)-Bulgarian Relations and Interests of the Great Powers (19th-20th c.).

HUNGARY (6)

  • Comparative Studies of the Geological Evolution of the Dinaric Alps and the Pannonian Region;
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Selective Sorbents Based on Molecularly Printed Polymers;
  • Identification of Patterns, Classification and Modeling of Chromatographic and Spectroscopic Data for the Determination of the Biological Activity and Origin of Food;
  • Interaction of Unbalanced Plasma at Atmospheric Pressure with Model Surfaces;
  • Ethnological Investigation of the Serbs in Hungary and the Hungarians in Serbia;
  • Classification of the Ethnomusicological Legacy of Tihomir Vujičić (1929-1975).

POLAND (5)

  • Application of a Coherently Prepared Medium in Quantum Optics and Materials Research;
  • Small-seeded Grains – Physiological, Biochemical and Anatomical Basis for Drought Resistance;
  • Low Energy Excitation in Magnetic Nanoparticles;
  • Archaeology of Frontiers: Material Culture on the Frontiers and in the Border Areas of Poland and Serbia in the Middle Ages;
  • Key Concepts of the Serbian and Polish Axiosphere on the Slavic Plane.

ROMANIA (16)

  • Finsler’s Geometry and PDE;
  • Quaternary Stratigraphy of the Iron Gates Terrace System;
  • Comparative Research of the Lower Cretaceous Sediments in Resita-Moldova Nouă (Southern Carpathians, Romania) and the Kučaj Zone (Carpatho-Balkanides, Eastern Serbia);
  • Research on Fundamental Processes in a Plasma Laboratory;
  • Laser-induced Plasmas: Spectroscopic Diagnosis and Applications in Photonic and Bio- Nanotechnologies;
  • Reaction Mechanisms in the Geopolymeric Conversions of Inorganic Waste to Useful Matter;
  • Magnetic, Electrical and Optical Investigation of Materials with Perovskite and Fluorite Structures;
  • Physical-chemical Characterization of Heteropolar Compounds;
  • Comparative Study on Sturgeon Habitats and Conservation Measures in Serbia and Romania;
  • Contribution of Glycoconjugates to Cell Apoptosis, Survival and Regeneration of the Nervous System;
  • Anthropological-linguistic and Sociolinguistic Research on the Serbian and Romanian Banat;
  • Identity and Acculturation of the Serbs in Romania;
  • The Serbs in Romania and Romanian-Yugoslav Ties in the Second Half of the 20th Century;
  • Banat Encyclopedia;
  • Economic Ideas and Institutions in the Balkans in the 19th and 20th Centuries;
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Carpathian Area and the Banat – Romania and Serbia.

SLOVAKIA (3)

  • Triassic and Jurassic Links Between the Western Carpathians (Slovakia) and Dinaric Alps (Serbia);
  • Cultural and Social Transformation Processes in Slovakia and Serbia а) Communication Processes – Ethnicity, Migrations, Social and Cultural Exchange;
  • The Slovak Community in Serbia: Current Social and Political Processes (2017-2019).

SLOVENIA (5)

  • Synthesis of New Tetracosanes and Their Chimeras with 4-Aminoquinolines as Potential Antimalarials;
  • Collective Memory and National Identity;
  • Carotid Disease: Investigation of the True Role of Contemporary Medicaments in the Prevention and Treatment of Postoperative Complications of the Carotid Disease;
  • Central Nervous System (CNS) Plasticity in Pathological Conditions and Neurodegenerative Diseases;
  • Biostratigraphy and Sedimentary Environments of Marine Ecosystems at the Permian-Triassic Boundary and at the Lower Triassic in the Territories of Serbia and Slovenia.

CZECH REPUBLIC (7)

  • Multicomponent Metal Systems and Nanostructural Materials with Different Functional Properties;
  • The CNG Channels in Leydig Cells – Identification, Characterization and Functional Coupling to Testosterone Production;
  • Serbian-Czech and Czech-Serbian Ties Through the Music Scene and its Performers;
  • Byzantine Studies;
  • Paleoslovenistics;
  • Cultural and Literary Links Between East and West;
  • Social Transformations After 1989.

BELARUS (1)

  • Radiation Characteristics of Low Temperature Plasma and Gas Discharges.

MACEDONIA (13)

  • Algebraic and Combinatorial Structures and Their Applications;
  • Microlocal Analysis and its Applications;
  • Univalent Functions, Quasiconformal Harmonic Mappings and Teichmüller Spaces;
  • Geodynamics of the Eastern Edge of the Vardar zone;
  • Endemic Flora of the Balkan Peninsula in Serbia and Macedonia – Distribution, Diversity, Ecology and Phytogeographic Location;
  • Cross-sections for Collisions of Light Atomic and Molecular Particles in Fusion Diverted-edge Plasmas;
  • Multidisciplinary Approach to Advanced Techniques for Specialized M2M (man to man) Infrastructures;
  • Etiopathogenetic Research on Endemic Nephropathy;
  • Neuroscience;
  • Atherothrombosis of Coronary Arteries and Bifurcation Stenting;
  • Research on the Genetics of Inherited Forms of Colorectal Cancer;
  • Macedonian-Serbian Literary Links in the 19th and 20th Centuries;
  • Language as a Record of Culture in Ethnological and Linguistic Analysis Between Serbia and Macedonia.

REPUBLIKA SRPSKA (2)

  • Ophiolits of the Mrakodol Olistolith in Northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  • Kinetic Reaction at the Gas/Solid Phase Transition Boundary.

MONTENEGRO (1)

  • Neurobiological Studies of Marine Organisms.