SimLab Education Program
Due to the great success of the previous four SimLab Courses
on Parallel Numerical Simulation in
2002 (Belgrade, SCG) on the occasion of the
SimLab opening, in 2003 (Belgrade, SCG), and
2005 (Bitola, Macedonia) to further support Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
in south-eastern Europe, we announce the
Fifth SimLab Course on Parallel Numerical Simulation
- financed by DAAD -
scheduled for October 1 - October 7, 2006
Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
All applicants have been notified about the result!
Program of the course:
Registration and Support:
The short course is open to everyone interested in the Lab's
activities and in the topics of numerical simulation and parallel
computing. If you are interested in participating, please send
an email to Ioan Muntean not later than
July 31, 2006.
Your email should contain the
- Family name
- First name
- Date of birth
- Professional status (undergraduate / graduate / PhD student, Post Doc,
assistant, professor, ...)
- Your field (applied mathematics, computer science, mechanical engineering, ...)
- Email address
This is just to get an overview of how many participants we have to
expect (appropriate size of lecture room etc.).
Attending the course is free of charge!
German Academic Exchange Service has granted support for
students from outside Belgrade, either in Serbia and Montenegro or in one of its
neighbouring countries. Hence, we offer up to 40 scholarships
covering accommodation (6 nights from Sunday, October 1st, until
Saturday, October 7th, including half board)
as well as some subsidy for
travel expenses (depending on the actual cost). Students who want to
apply for this support should mention it in their registration email
and give some estimate of their travel cost. In case of an application
for support, we need your registration email not later than
With these scholarships, we want to especially encourage students
from outside Belgrade to take this chance of some training in a
highly relevant and up-to-date field of research.
Applications will be taken into account based on a first-come-first-served
strategy and some regional balancing. If you know someone who might be
interested in taking part as well, please inform him or her!
For any questions, please contact Ioan Muntean.
We are looking forward to your registration or application - see you in
Arriving in Belgrade, Location:
These are the addresses of the university and of the hotel:
Masinski Fakultet Beograd
(Mechanical Engineering Faculty)
Street: 27 Marta, 80 (The new name of the street is "Kraljice Marije")
Here, the opening and the course take place!
Street: Koste Abrasevica, 17
Hotel of students with scholarships!