SASA building
Conference venue:
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts building (virtual tour)

Latest News

31 August 2015
Information about SFKM Charter awarding ceremony, conference dinner and conference excursion added here.

27 July 2015
Winners of SFKM Charter announced.

20 July 2015
Conference program announced.

1 July 2015
Registration for SFKM2015 is open now. Please follow this link to register. Registration deadline: 31 August 2015.

22 June 2015
Notification of abstract acceptance sent to corresponding authors for contributed talks and posters.

4 June 2015
Information about recommended hotels that offer discounts to SFKM 2015 participants added here.

1 May 2015
Abstract submission deadline extended to 10 May 2015.

17 April 2015
Nominations for Charter for Lifetime Contributions to the Growth of Condensed Matter Physics in Serbia open. For more info see Special announcements.

1 March 2015
Abstract submission open. Submission deadline is 30 April 2015.

1 February 2015
List of confirmed invited speakers announced.

29 December 2014
SFKM 2015 website launched.

SFKM Charter awarding ceremony and conference dinner

The Ceremony of awarding SFKM2015 Charter of Gratitude followed by the Conference Dinner will be held at the Klub književnika (The Writers' club) restaurant on Thursday September 10 beginning at 8:00pm.

On its regular guest list, Klub književnika holds many great names: Momo Kapor,Ivo Andrić, Danilo Kiš, Dobrica Ćosić, Matija Bećković, Zoran Radmilović, Olja Ivanjicki, Miroslav Krleža, Borislav Pekić, Bogdan Tirnanić, Aleksandar Vučo, Olivera Katarina, as well as Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Richard Burton, Sophia Loren, Alberto Moravia, Elizabeth Taylor, Clint Eastwood and many others.

Klub književnika is not just a place of good food but also a place where many new ideas were conceived in Serbian culture. In Klub književnika Ivo Andrić gave his first statement after he received Nobel prize in literature.

Conference excursion

The conference excursion on Wednesday September 9 afternoon will be organized to Viminacium, archaeological site located 140 km southeast of Belgrade. Viminacium was one of the most important Roman towns and military encampments from the period from the 1st to the 6th century. In and around the town there have been discoveries of an amphitheatre, monumental buildings, lavish thermae (baths) and the remains of a highly-developed infrastructure, first and foremost streets, aqueducts and a sewage system.