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Social Events

  • August 31, Thursday: Welcome reception and on-site registration at 6pm till 8pm in the building of ETF. Live music and a cocktail party. Free of charge.

  • September 1, Friday: Reception and a cocktail in the City Hall, at 7pm. Free of charge.

  • September 2, Saturday: Conference concert and ethno style fashion show - 'Galerija fresaka' (freco museum), at 8pm. Free of charge.

  • September 3, Sunday:

    - 3pm: walking sightseeing tour of Belgrade, with an English speaking guide. Refreshments will be offered. Free of charge.

    - 8pm: Conference dinner - Restaurant 'Ima dana', in Skadarlia, the bohemian quarter of Belgrade. The participants are required to choose one of three menus at the on-site registration (standard with meat, or fish, or vegetarian). A partial cover of 10 euros per person will be required.

  • September 4, Monday: Closing ceremony, a farewel cocktail. Free of charge.

  • September 5, Thusday: One day excursion to Sremski Karlovci, north of Belgrade, a historical center of Serbian culture, a tour arround the town, a visit to a wine cellar and tasting wines, a visit to an orthodox monastery dating from 15th century, and lunch.

    Depending of the number of people, the travel will be by a train 'Romantika' (a steam-powered train, with authentic coaches from past), or by bus. Free of charge, obligatory to apply at on-site registration.

  • September 6, Wednesday: One day excursion to interesting places in Serbia - for participants who want to take part in the conference 'Spectra of Graphs and Applications' on September 5.
Only registered participants and their registered accompanying persons are eligible to attending social events.

Click here to see the map of locations of social events.