The conference venue is the conference room on the first floor of the Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) . The institute is located in Kneza Mihaila 36 in the very central part of Belgrade (see the map below). Founded in 1946 as the first research institute of the Academy, Mathematical Institute has become one of the leading lights of mathematical research in the country. It is located directly across the street from SASA building in, arguably, one of the most charming streets in the city.
The Institute is located just minutes away from the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers and the Belgrade waterfront. A the same time, it is, also, a short walking distance away from the famed Kalemegdan Fortress where Romans, Turks and Austrians left their marks over the centuries. In Belgrade people enjoy relaxing and having fun. Luckily, life is still quite affordable, despite increasing numbers of visitors. Particularly popular for young people are clubs on barges and ships on Danube and Sava Rivers. They often stay open all night.