General Information

Useful Information

Official conference language is English.

Registration will be available online through the website. More information to follow.

Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment
Studentski trg 5, Belgrade

General information about Belgrade and Serbia:

Belgrade is in the Central European Summer Time (CEST) from March to October.

August is the warmest month in Belgrade, with average lowest temperature being 17°C and average highest temperature being 30°C.

The official currency used in Serbia is RSD (Serbian Dinar). Use of foreign currencies for payment is not possible, but there are plenty of exchange offices throughout major cities that accept all major foreign currencies (EUR, USD, GBP, CAD, AUS). Most exchange offices have a 0% commission rate.

The "Nikola Tesla" Belgrade Airport is the principal airport for international and regional air travel. It is connected to almost all major European cities through a direct flight. "Air Serbia" is the official airline of the country.

You can check if you need a visa to enter and stay in Serbia on the website of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:


In order to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved in the organisation of the symposium and the attendees, we are continuously monitoring the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide and are regularly reviewing information provided by local and global health authorities. As the organisers, we will comply with relevant epidemiological measures and recommendations. The final symposium format, as well as safety measures required at the symposium, are subject to change.

The following link contains all relevant information about COVID-19 in Serbia, including entry requirements and other travel-related information. The information is provided by the Serbian Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is updated regularly.

Provided information regarding COVID-19 on this website is subject to change without prior notice, based on the local measures imposed by relevant Serbian authorities, as well as our assessment of the overall safety. Therefore, we kindly ask you to revisit this page and check for new updates.

For additional questions, please visit the link above or reach out to the symposium organisers.