20.03.2017. First call for 18 th International Symposium on Thermal Science and Engineering of Serbia under title Energy – Efficiency – Ecology
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Department of Thermal Engineering of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Niš and the Society of Thermal Engineers of Serbia, continuing scientific research in the field of Energy – Efficiency – Ecology, organize the International Symposium on Thermal Science and Engineering of Serbia – SIMTERM 2017, under the patronage of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.
It is expected that SIMTERM 2017 will gather researchers, engineers, experts, representatives of local and central government and companies from Serbia and abroad, interested in the exchange of scientific and practical information and experience from the thematic fields. In the past years, the economy has shifted towards a market economy, private ownership, and intensive foundation (establishment) of small and medium enterprises. In the strategy of scientific and technological development of the Republic of Serbia, the greatest attention is given to investing in science and technology, which is the only way for Serbia to establish a sustainable society and economy, with the focus on implementing the results from basic and applied research. Market orientated research will have priority in the future, and its contribution will be measured by the increase in GDP.
After the additional review, chosen papers are going to be published in the journals: Thermal Science, Facta Universitatis, Termotehnika and Annals of Faculty Engineering Hunedoara. The International Symposium with the accompanying exhibition of equipment and achievements, under the title of: Energy – Efficiency - Ecology will be held in Sokobanja, on October 17-20, 2017.
We are inviting you and looking forward to your participation in the 18 th Symposium on Thermal Science and Engineering of Serbia.
President of the Organizing Committee
Prof. Mirjana Laković-Paunović, PhD
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