6th Serbian-Greek Symposium on Advanced Mechanics
Prof. Nenad Filipovic
Dept. for Applied Mechanics and Automatic Control, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Prof. Georgios E. Stavroulakis
Technical University of Crete, Greece
The Serbian – Greek Symposia are organized by one of the participating countries. These special meetings of delegates of the two countries, initiated by late Prof. N. Hajdin, former President of SASA, and Prof. A. Kounadis, member of Academy of Athens, and Prof. J.T. Katsikadelis date back to the 1990s.
In the symposium, senior and younger scientists, mainly from Greece and Serbia, come together and present their latest research work in the area of Applied Mechanics. Except from successful productive presentation of great scientific importance, there is also traditional building and continuation of friendship and personal interaction between the participants.
The Serbian–Greek Symposium started as a scientific meeting of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
The 2nd Serbian-Greek Symposium on Solid Mechanics, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts took place in November 14-15, 1996.
The 3rd Serbian–Greek Symposium was organized by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Branch in Novi Sad) and the University of Novi Sad together with the Office of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Academy of Athens and the Hellenic Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. The Symposium was held at SASA, in Novi Sad, Serbia, from September 15 until September 17, 2008. The Symposium welcomes distinguished scientists from Germany, Italy and Poland as observers, who expressed interest for cooperation of their countries.
The 4th Serbian-Greek Symposium was organized in Vlasina Lake (Surdulica) in 2011 , from July 9th to July 10th, by Serbian Society of Mechanics (SSM) and was also supported by Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA), Hellenic Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (HSTAM), Office of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Academy of Athens, Serbian Chamber of Engineers, and Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia. Local organizers were Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Nis, Municipality of Surdulica. Apart from Serbian and Greek researchers, the symposium had an opportunity to welcome scientists from Germany and Poland.
The 5th Serbian-Greek Symposium was organized in Kragujevac, Serbia, June 28-30, 2021, within the 8th International Congress of the Serbian Society of Mechanics. Due to the travel restrictions, remote participation was offered.
About the symposia
The 6th Serbian-Greek Symposium on “Current and Future Trends in Mechanics” will be held in Patras, Greece on August, 24-27, 2022. The Symposium is organized by the Serbian Society of Mechanics (SSM) and the Hellenic Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (HSTAM). Apart from main organizers, the following institutions will also be involved in the symposium as co-organisers: Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, University of Kragujevac, University of Belgrade, University of Nis, University of Novi Sad and Serbian Society for Computational Mechanics thus covering almost all meaningful institutions in Serbia that perform research in the different areas of mechanics
Up to 60 participants, including young scientists, from both countries will be invited to attend the Symposium and present their papers in the area of Mechanics. Scientists from other European countries are also invited to take part in the symposium
Co-chairmen of the Symposium are: Prof. Nenad D. Filipovic from University of Kragujevac, Serbia and Prof. Georgios E. Stavroulakis from Technical University of Crete, Greece.
The participants will have to submit their papers by following the procedures of and register to the 13th HSTAM International Congress on Mechanics https://hstam2022.eap.gr/.
After the symposium, high-quality papers will be published in special issues of journals organized by SSM and HSTAM.
- General Mechanics
- Fluid Mechanics
- Mechanics of Solid Bodies
- Control and Robotics
- Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Problems
Submissions will be screened through plagiarism checking services.
Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarized material and have not been submitted to any other conferences/workshops/symposia at the same time (double submission).
Co-chairmen of the Symposium
- Professor N. D. Filipovic, President of SSM
- Professor G.E. Stavroulakis, President of HSTAM