European Student Conference in Mathematics EUROMATH 2015

The Cyprus Mathematical Society and the Thales Foundation, in cooperation with the Le-MATH Project Focus Group, the Hellenic Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Society of the South Eastern Europe and the European Mathematical Society are organizing the European Student Conference in Mathematics - EUROMATH 2015.

The event is growing and at the moment we have more than 300 registered students and teacher and our goal is to increase it to 400+.

Since we will have more than 90 presentations from students and more than 10 workshops for students, we cannot accept more contributions for the program, as it is full, but we will be happy to have conference participants.

Gregory Makrides, Chair, EUROMATH 2015

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5th Mathematical Conference of the Republic of Srpska, 5-6th June, 2015

5th Mathematical Conference of the Republic of Srpska will be held in June in Trebinje.

Plenary lectures on 5th Mathematical Conference of the Republic of Srpska will be held by professor Stevo Todorcevic (University of Toronto, Toronto; Mathematical Institute SASA, Belgrade; The National Center for Scientific Research, Paris).

The lectures theme is “Results and Applications of Ramsey’s Theory".

Professor Todorcevic`s books and publications

The deadline for the submission of the application forms is 03 May 2015.

Thereafter, Conference Organizing Committee shall prepare Conference Programme which will be available after 26 May 2015.

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For Future Students

For foreign students: How to enroll?

In order to continue education at Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, a candidate has to go through the following steps

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Best Global Universities Rankings

According to the data presented on website:
University of Belgrade holds 388. position on the list of the world`s best universities, the 166. place among European universities and 87. place when it comes to mathematics.

Institutions from the U.S. and nearly 50 other countries have been ranked based on 10 indicators that measure their academic research performance and their global and regional reputations. Students can use these rankings to explore the higher education options that exist beyond their own countries` borders and to compare key aspects of schools` research missions...full text here

These are the world`s top 500 universities

University of Belgrade on this list


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V Symposium MATHEMATICS AND APPLICATIONS, national conference with international participation, Oct 17th and 18th, Belgrade

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Lecture by Dr. Zsolt Lavicza, 11th April

Dr. Zsolt Lavicza, University of Cambridge, will hold a lecture "Integrating Technology into K12 School Teaching to Enhance STEM Education in Hungary" at the Faculty of Mathematics on Friday, April 11th, room 706, 12:00


Short biography

Dr Zsolt Lavicza, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

After receiving his degrees in mathematics and physics in Hungary, Zsolt began his postgraduate studies in applied mathematics at the University of Cambridge.

While teaching mathematics at the University of Cincinnati he became interested in researching issues in the teaching and learning mathematics. In particular, he focused on investigating issues in relation to the use of technology in undergraduate mathematics education.

Since then, both at the University of Michigan and Cambridge, working with Deborah Ball, Hyman Bass, Paul Andrews, and Kenneth Ruthve, he has worked on several research projects examining technology and mathematics teaching in a variety of classroom environments.

Currently, Zsolt is working as an Associate Lecturer in Mathematics Education at the University of Cambridge. He is also co-ordinating the development of local GeoGebra Institutes and offering research support within the International GeoGebra Institute. He serves as a Director of Research at the GeoMaTech project as well as advising research projects at different countries.

We invite all interested colleagues and students to attend.

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Lecture by Prof. Dr. Bruce Hanson, 4 February 2014.

Prof. Dr. Bruce Hanson (Mathematics Faculty, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota) will hold a lecture "Sets of Non-differentiability and Lipschitz conditions" on Tuesday, February 4th, at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, at 12:00, BIM room, 4th floor.


We invite all interested colleagues and students to attend.

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The following series of lectures entitled "Statistics is all around us" organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Kolarac University will be held in November and December.

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35th Anniversary of Computational Linguistics in Serbia

This conference is dedicated to Professor Duško Vitas,  who initiated and organized the Permanent Seminar in Mathematical and Computational Linguistics at the Mathematical Institute of SASA way back in 1978.

Professor Vitas thus laid the foundations of the computational linguistics school in Serbia, which has been evolving with a varying pace, albeit continuously, for the last 35 years.

A special occasion for this conference is the prestigious award that Professor Vitas received from the Government of the Republic of France for his contribution to the development of scientific cooperation between France and Serbia - Medal of the Order of Academic Palms (Chevalier de l`Ordre des Palmes Académiques).

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Prof. Vladimir Marković will give a lecture: "Virtual classification of hyperbolic 3-manifolds" on Monday, October 28th Oct 2013, at 14:00, room 455, I floor, Faculty of Mathematics.

Abstract: The first part of the talk will be aimed at the general mathematical audince (including undergraduate students). We will describe the aims of Low Dimensional Geometry and Topology through pictures and movies. The second part of the talk will be focused on the recent work that resulted in the virtual classification of 3-manifolds.
During the past few years, J. Kahn and I developed a theory (based among other things on deep statistical properties of geometric flows) that led to the solution of the Ehrenpreis conjecture and (in some sense more importantly) the proof of the Surface Subgroup Theorem in 3-manifold topology. In particular, this theorem implies that every hyperbolic 3-manifold is cubulated. It then follows from the Agol-Wise theory of cube complexes that every hyperbolic 3-manifold is virtually Haken and virtually fibered. I will also discuss my latest result that aims to classify word hyperbolic groups whose boundary is the 2-spehere (the Cannon Conjecture), the main motivation being that this gives a fundamentally new approach toward proving the Perelman Hyperbolization Theorem for 3-manifolds of negative curvature.

We invite all interested colleagues to attend this lecture!

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