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Dr Branimir Reljin

September 25-27, 2008.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade,
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 73, Belgrade, Serbia.
Conference Hall at 1st floor, and room 61.

Organized By
IEEE Serbia and Montenegro (SCG) CAS-SP Chair,
IEEE SCG CI Chair, and
IEEE SCG Section

In Cooperation With The
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade,
Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing,
Artificial Intelligence Section of the ETRAN Society,
and Telecommunications Society.

Supported By
Serbian Ministry of Science
Technically Co-Sponsored By
IEEE CAS Society,
IEEE CI Society, and
IEEE Region 8


People in Serbia speak Serbian and use both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets for writing. Foreign languages, especially English, are taught in the schools, and many people should be able to communicate in either English, Russian, German or French.

In general, the weather in September is expected to be rather nice and warm, with maximum daily temperatures in the range 20-27 oC. However, cloudy sky and rain, which can lower the temperature, should not be taken as a big surprise.

The official and only legal currency in Serbia is Dinar. The current exchange rate is about 78 dinars for 1 Euro. All major world currencies (in cash) are accepted for exchange in the banks and in a number of the official exchange offices. Travelers checks are acceptable for cashing in the banks, and credit cards are getting widely accepted as well. Yet, the cash is still preferred for usual payments in some shops, restaurants, etc.

The AC voltage standard in Serbia is 220 V / 50 Hz.

Registration fee
The conference registration fee includes admission to the workshop and conference sessions, a copy of the conference proceedings, refreshments during intermissions and lunches, as well as admission to the Welcome Cocktail Party, and the traditional Conference Dinner.

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