Due to the unprecedented health,
travel and social distance restrictions
imposed in Serbia and all over the world
as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,
all participants are invited to join a virtual MIEL 2021.
The Faculty of Electronic Engineering is located near to the Fortress, within the walking distance from the city centre. It offers undergraduate studies leading to the professional title of graduate electrical engineer. There are following educational profiles: automatic control, electronics, telecommunications, computer science and informatics, microelectronics and electrical power engineering. Besides, the post-graduate studies in eleven basic fields and Ph.D. studies are organized. In addition, there have been lots of scientific-research and developing projects supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia and the industry.
University of Nis, Faculty of Electronic Engineering
Aleksandra Medvedeva 14
Tel: +381 18 529 326
Fax: +381 18 588 399
The Branch of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Nis was founded on 16th September 2016, and is located just in city centre - in the University of Nis building. The Branch is the main supporter of a number of scientific projects being realised together with the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts or independently. Its activity is also reflected through the organisation of scientific and cultural events (concerts and exhibitions), through international cooperation and cooperation with the scientific, educational and industrial institutions in Nis and South-Eastern Serbia, and especially through cooperation with the regional academies of sciences.
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts Branch in Nis
Univeritetski trg 2
Tel: +381 18 257 997
Fax: +381 18 257 950
The nationals of a number of countries worldwide do not need visas
for the entry and stay in Serbia up to 90 days, but visa requirements
for the nationals of certain countries still apply. General information
for the foreign citizens coming to Serbia can be found at the official web
site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.
This web site also provides several links to useful information, such as: the information on Visa Regime
with particular countries visa requirements,
which enables foreign citizen to find out if he/she needs Serbian visa or not; the list of Diplomatic/Consular
missions of the Republic of Serbia worldwide embassies,
including their mailing addresses, phone & fax numbers, and e-mail addresses for contact; etc.
Visa requirements may vary for the citizens of different countries, and you are kindly advised to contact the nearest Consular Mission of Serbia regarding the specific requirements for visa application and issuance. In some cases the procedure may take rather long time.
Central bus station of Nis is located in the wide city centre, just minutes away from the main town symbol - the fortress of Nis and also the Faculty of Electronic Engineering. Numerous taxi services are at your disposal just in front of the station. You will find that almost all major cities in the region and even in the west and east of Europe are accessible by bus from Nis.
Being positioned at the crossroad of E-75 (Budapest, Belgrade, Nis, Thessaloniki) and E-80 (Adriatic sea, Nis, Sofia, Istanbul) motorways, Nis is most easily reachable by car. Do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat for any further information regarding your travel and transportation. Information given here mainly concerns the conference participants arriving by airplane from distant European and overseas countries; it is reasonable assumed that those coming from neighbouring and other nearby countries already do have some experience and are aware of the most convenient means of traveling to Serbia.
Nis is also easily reached by train. Besides connections to
all major cities in the region, international connections to Greece, Austria,
Turkey, Hungary, etc., are also available. Main train station of Nis is rather
close to the city centre, connected to it by regular bus lines having stops just
outside the station itself. If you find buses overcrowded, a wide taxi network is
also at your service.
People in Serbia speak Serbian and use both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets for writing. Foreign languages, are taught in the schools, and a number of people should be able to communicate in either English, Russian, German or French.
In general, the weather in mid-September is expected to be rather nice and warm, with maximum daily temperatures in the range 20-25 ºC. However, cloudy skies and rain, which can lower the temperature, should not be taken as a surprise.
The official and only legal currency in Serbia is Dinar. The current exchange rate is about 118.50 dinars for 1 Euro. All major world currencies are accepted for exchange in the banks and in a number of the official exchange offices. Travelers cheques can be cashed in the banks. Credit cards are widely accepted, though the cash is still preferred means of payment in small shops and restaurants.
The AC voltage standard in Serbia is 220 V, 50 Hz.