5th Metallurgical & Materials EngineeringCongress of South-East Europe
It gives me great pleasure to invite you to the Fifth Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Congress of South-East Europe (MME SEE 2023) in Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from June 7 to 10, 2023.
Papers from universities, research institutions, and industry are encouraged to be submitted to Congress. Plenary and invited speeches, scientific and technical lectures and poster sessions, technical tours, a comprehensive exhibition, and outstanding social events are all part of the event. Special emphasis will be placed on the promotion of young researchers, as well as applied innovations and excursions.
The Association of Metallurgical Engineers of Serbia organizes the Congress, which is co-organized by the:
Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials in Belgrade, Serbia;
The Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University of Belgrade, Serbia;
The Faculty of Technology, University of Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
The Faculty of Metallurgy, University of Zagreb in Sisak, Croatia;
The Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia;
The Faculty of Metallurgy and Technology, University of Podgorica, Montenegro.
We warmly welcome you to Trebinje and look forward to your active participation in MME SEE 2023.
Miroslav Sokić, Ph.D.
President of the Scientific Committee MME SEE 2023 and Association of Metallurgical Engineers of Serbia
A beautiful, sunny city in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Trebinje was mentioned for the first time in the 10th century by Constantine Porphyrogenitus, under the name Tribunia.
The area of the city of Trebinje is located in the southern part of Republika
Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the hinterland of the southern Adriatic.
The city lies in the Trebišnjica river valley, at the foot of Leotar, in southeastern Herzegovina, some 30 km (19 mi) by road from Dubrovnik, Croatia, on the Adriatic coast. There are several mills along the river, as well as several bridges, including three in the city of Trebinje itself, as well as a historic Ottoman Arslanagić Bridge nearby.
The Mediterranean (altered continental) climate with 260 sunny days gives a special warm, gentle look to this region and the people who live there.
The favorable climate enables the life of cultures such as vines, early fruits and vegetables, which enriches the Herzegovinian table in the tourist offer.
Although monks have long and frequently been involved in the production of wine, few monasteries today can boast of producing wine in the same league as the best wineries. One of the few exceptions in the region is the Herzegovinian monastery Tvrdoš, which has recently been consistently awarded at international wine evaluations.
Sun-soaked Dubrovnik has culture in spades – stupendous medieval walls, beautifully preserved monasteries and palaces, and a whole slew of museums and galleries. However it also has plenty of beaches (most of them quite small) both close to the old town itself and in the surrounding area. Some of these are very well known and extremely popular, others a little more remote and well hidden.
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