Warm Welcome Reception

Date: Sunday 6 September
Location: Master Center – Entrance Hall and parterre

WRSC11 Welcome Reception provides an excellent opportunity to network, meet old friends and colleagues, as well as meet new people.

Student knowledge hub

 

learn and interact

Date: Thursday 10 September
Location: Master hall

Student Knowledge Hub will gather students, professors, and scientist and to raise various questions about student grants, PhD studies, research and developmental activities in pleasant atmosphere.

 

Balkan Gastronomic Pleasure

Date: Thursday 10 September
Location: Master Center – Master Hall

The Balkan Gastronomic Pleasure is a highlight in the social programme of WSRC and provides an opportunity for the participants to relax and enjoy in the gastronomic magic of Balkan cuisine with pleasant music.

You can book the conference dinner within our registration system here.  

Post-conference tours

Religion and History

National Park Fruška gora is located just 40 min away from Novi Sad, and it is the oldest national park in Serbia, existing for almost 60 years. The higher sections consist of thick forests, whereas the lower valleys of the mountain contain orchards and centuries-old vineyards.

16 Orthodox Monasteries

Fruška gora is frequently said to be the Serbian Holy Mountain because on its slopes there are numerous monasteries, and consequently, the spiritual center of exiled Serbs was established there – the Metropolitanate of Karlovci. In Fruška gora’s monasteries, the spirituality and culture of the Serbs have been preserved through centuries. Fruška gora hides 16 orthodox monasteries, built in the late Middle Ages, famous for their specific architecture, treasuries, libraries and frescoes and numerous archeological sites from prehistoric and historic times as well. This region of unique culture and historical value has been designated a cultural property of exceptional importance to Serbia. The general area of Fruška gora has been rich in religious sites since ancient times, and during the 16th and 17th centuries 35 monasteries were recorded here. Sixteen preserved Fruška gora’s monasteries have a great significance in Serbia’s cultural and historical heritage.

Wine experience

Wine and gastronomy delights step back in time by visiting a small baroque town of Sremski Karlovci, located just 30min away from Novi Sad. Today quiet and provincial, the town center boasts several nice palaces and churches, including the grand Orthodox Cathedral, the Chapel of Peace and the First Serbian Gymnasium.

Famous wine cellars

This small baroque town is famous for its vineyards and wine cellars, where you will have an opportunity to taste the famous wines and hear an interesting story about wines and wine production in this region.

Traditional farmsteads

Here you will be able to experience how our grandmas used to cook and prepare traditional dishes. Try local cuisine, everything made in a traditional way, using locally grown products, while enjoying live tambourine orchestra music.

City of Belgrade

One of the oldest cities in Europe and the only one built on the confluence of two rivers, Belgrade is the city that never sleeps and the symbol of great nightlife. It is located just 1 hour drive from Novi Sad, with more than 100 boat restaurants and floating discotheques moored along 220 km of river banks, makes Belgrade an unique capital in Europe. Floating clubs on its rivers have become synonyms for great parties and never-ending fun, and Skadarlija, the bohemian street, where you can taste traditional drinks and barbeques. Belgrade is a modern European city with population of about 1.7 million people. It is an administrative, political and cultural center of the country.