The Mathematical institute
Serbian Academy of
Science and Arts
is, jointly with the Academy, organizing a conference
in honor of Dragoš
for his 75th birthday. Professor Cvetković is one of
the pioneers of spectral graph theory in mathematics and coauthor of
classical monographs in the field, such as Spectra of Graphs-Theory
and Eigenspaces of Graphs
The conference poster: for online viewing or for printing.
The conference fee is 100 euros and includes welcome cocktail on May 18, conference banquet on May 19, coffee breaks and conference material with a T-shirt.
Please register here.
After successful registration, our partner tourist agency Impala will send you
a confirmation letter and instructions for payment of the conference fee.
The deadline for registration is April 15, 2016.
We will organize a full-day post-conference excursion on May 21 to
an important Serbian cultural heritage site and
a gem of Serbian wine
. The excursion will include wine tasting and lunch in one of
the local wineries. Excursion is optional and costs 50 euros. If you opt
for the excursion, please visit
website of IMPALA
and fill the application form.
The deadline for submitting an abstract is April 15, 2016. Please use
this LaTeX template
and submit the
source file by sending an email to the organizers
The length of the abstract should be between 50 and 250 words. If there
are several authors, list the speaker as the author and include the other
authors at the end of the abstract: "This is joint work with ….".
All abstracts that are relevant for the theme of the conference will be
We would like to ask you to make the hotel reservation by yourself. We
recommend hotel Palace, as it is reasonably priced and just 200 meters
away from the Academy. You may book this or another accomodation option
Belgrade is well connected by daily flights to major European cities.
If you need assistance in booking your flight, you can order it
as well. Agency also offers a
meet-and-greet service at the price of 20 euros (which is free if you
happen to be booking your flight through them).
Alternatively, you can take the minibus A1 from the airport and
get off at the main bus station (see its schedule
There are also many daily bus and train rides to Belgrade from countries
in the region. The main bus and train stations are approximately 500 meters
from the hotel Palace.
A valid passport is required to enter Serbia. Depending on your citizenship,
visa may also be required - please consult
current visa regime prior to your arrival. If you need an invitation
letter for visa purposes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The local organizers are Dragan Stevanović and Tatjana Davidović.
List of participants
- Eric Ould Dadah Andriantiana (South Africa)
- Bojana Borovićanin (Serbia)
- Milan Bradonjić (USA)
- Mirjana Čangalović (Serbia)
- Cristina Dalfó (Catalonia)
- Kinkar Das (South Korea)
- Zorica Dražić (Serbia)
- Nataša Djurdjevac Conrad (Germany)
- Andres M. Encinas (Spain)
- Miguel Angel Fiol (Catalonia)
- Boris Furtula (Serbia)
- Martin Fürer (Switzerland)
- Edin Glogić (Serbia)
- Pierre Hansen (Canada)
- Ya-Lei Jin (China)
- Irena Jovanović (Serbia)
- Aleksandar Jurišić (Slovenia)
- Ezgi Kaya (Turkey)
- Tamara Koledin (Serbia)
- Robert Kooij (The Netherlands)
- Aleksandar Krapež (Serbia)
- Ayse Dilek MADEN (Turkey)
- Piet Van Mieghem (The Netherlands)
- Bojana Mihajlović (Serbia)
- Margarida Mitjana (Catalonia)
- Ljiljana Pavlović (Serbia)
- Marija Rašajski (Serbia)
- Gopinath Sahoo (India)
- Irene Sciriha (Malta)
- Sezer Sorgun (Turkey)
- Vesna Todorčević (Serbia)
- Thomas Tulu (China)
- Janoš Vidali (Slovenia)
- Vera Vujčić (Serbia)
- Xiangrong Wang (The Netherlands)
- Emir Zogić (Serbia)