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Skupština SMEITS-a

24. marta 2017. godine držana je 29. Skupština SMEITS-a. Usvojen je Izveštaj o radu  SMEITS-a za 2016. i plan rada za 2017. godinu. 

Medalja "Branislav Đaković" dodeljena je
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Processing '18

     

Introduction

Processing ’18 is the thirty-first international congress on process industry organised by the Society for Process Engineering within SMEITS (Serbian Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and Technicians), in cooperation with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Belgrade, the Department of Process Engineering. Like some previous congresses that were organised out of Belgrade, the Organising Committee decided to organise the 31st Processing in Bajina Bašta, in “Zepter Hotel Drina“. The congress activities will mainly take place in the morning hours, while afternoons will be free for social events and sightseeing in and around Bajina Bašta.

This year’s congress programme will be partly focused on the economy issues of this part of Serbia and on renewable energy sources of the region: biomass, hydro energy, solar energy, and their environmental impacts.

Thematic Fields | Scientific Committee | Organising Committee | Program | Congress Fee |
Information for Authors | Call for Sponsors

 

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SMEITS Society of
Process Engineering
 Department of Process Engineering
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Belgrade

Thematic fields of Processing ’18

1. Process technologies

Oil (petroleum), chemical and petrochemical industry; ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy; non-metal mineral processing; industry of plastic materials; industry of building materials; industry of fireproof and thermal insulation materials; wood pulp and paper industry; pharmaceutical industry; food processing industry; production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages; animal feed production; production of artificial fertilizers and agricultural chemicals; tobacco industry; textile industry; rubber industry.

2. Design, construction, operation and maintenance of process plants

Design of process plants; construction of process plants; commissioning; operation and maintenance of process plants; function and safety testing; automatic management and control systems; information technologies in design and management of process plants.

3. Basic and ancillary operations, apparatus and machines in process industry

Thermal (heating, evaporation, condensation, cooling, melting, etc.); diffusion (distillation, rectification, adsorption, absorption, crystallisation, extraction, drying, etc.); mechanical (grinding, milling, sieving, classification, briquetting, tableting, etc.); hydromechanical (sedimentation, filtration, centrifugation, dedusting, mixing, etc.); biochemical and chemical operations (fermentation, oxidation, reduction, etc.); ancillary operations and equipment (transport, storing, packaging, etc.); apparatus and machines, pipelines and reinforcements.

4. Energy in process industry

Energy efficiency in technological processes; renewable energy sources.

5. Environmental engineering and sustainable development in process industry

Environmental protection, protection of work environment; circular economy in environmental protection; waste material management in process industry; solutions for reduction of GHG emissions from process industry.

6. Processes and plants in water preparation and purification in process industry

Treatment of water for various applications in process industry; wastewater purification in process industry.

7. Drying and dryers

Drying processes and equipment; conventional and new drying technologies; drying process control and management, energy efficiency, environmental impacts; dryers in food processing industry, dryers in non-metal industry, wood dryers, etc.

8. Gas engineering

Fuel gases; technical and medical gases; production and application.

9. Modelling and optimization of process plants and thermal power plants

10. Technical regulations, standardisation and quality system

Scientific Committee of Processing 2018

  • Dragomir Aćimović, M.S., Business and Technical School of Professional Studies, Užice
  • Marjan Arsović, Ph.D., SafBon Water Technology, Inc., Tampa, Florida, USA
  • David Bolzonella, Ph.D., Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona, Italy
  • Ivan Božić, Ph.D., Department for Hydraulic Machinery and Energy Systems, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Adrian Ciobala, Ph.D., Facultatea de Mecanica, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
  • Aleksandar Dedić, Ph.D., Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Katarina Dimić Mišić, Ph.D., School of Chemical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland
  • Mirko Dobrnjac, Ph.D., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Banja Luka, B&H
  • Damir Đaković, Ph.D., Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Technical Sciences of Novi Sad
  • Maja Đolić, Ph.D., Institute for Nuclear Sciences Vinča, University of Belgrade
  • Francesco Fatone, Ph.D., Marhe Polytechnic University, Italy
  • Nicola Frison, Ph.D., Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona, Italy
  • Srbislav Genić, Ph.D., Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Milan Gojak, Ph.D., Department of Thermal Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Dragan Govedarica, Ph.D., Faculty of Technology, University of Novi Sad
  • Atif Hodžić, Ph.D. , Technical Faculty Bihać, B&H
  • Goran Jankes, Ph.D., Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Aleksandra Jelić, Ph.D., WECF, Munich, Germany
  • Radomir Jovičić, Ph.D., Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Aleksandar Jovović , Ph.D., (chairman), Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Evina Katsou, Ph.D., College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences, Brunel University London, England, United Kingdom
  • Filip Kokalj, Ph.D. , Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, Slovenia
  • Dorin Lelea, Ph.D., Facultatea de Mecanica, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
  • Terese Løvås, Ph.D. , Department of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
  • Ljiljana Medić Pejić, Ph.D., Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
  • Branislava Nikolovski, Ph.D., Faculty of Technology, Novi Sad
  • Vojislav Novaković, Ph.D., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
  • Marko Obradović, Ph.D., Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Goran Orašanin, Ph.D., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Thermal Power Engineering and Process Mechanical Engineering, University of East Sarajevo, B&H
  • Dejan Radić, Ph.D., Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Jelena Rađenović, Ph.D., Catalan Institute for Water Research Foundation (ICRA), Spain
  • Ivan Rajšl, Ph.D., Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Jelena Rusmirović, Ph.D., Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy of Belgrade, University of Belgrade
  • Niko Samec, Ph.D., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, Slovenia
  • Stojan Simić, Ph.D., , Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of East Sarajevo, B&H
  • Pavle Spasojević, Ph.D., Faculty of Technical Sciences of Čačak, University of Kragujevac
  • Vladimir Stevanović, Ph.D., Department of Thermal Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Igor Travar, Ph.D., Sollentuna, Sweden
  • Milovan Živković, Ph.D. , Cappoto Build, Belgrade

Organising Committee

  • Martina Balać, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Mladen Đurić, Faculty of Organisational Sciences, Belgrade
  • Vladan Galebović, SMEITS
  • Miloš Ivošević, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Jelena Janevski, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Niš
  • Rade Karamarković, Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Kraljevo
  • Milica Karanac, Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade
  • Nikola Karličić, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Mirjana Kijevčanin, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Belgrade
  • Miloš Mihailović, Tehnikum Taurunum, Zemun
  • Biljana Miljković, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad
  • Nenad Mitrović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Sanja Petronić, Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Aleksandar Petrović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Mirjana Stamenić, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Miroslav Stanojević (chairman), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Dragomir Šamšalović, SMEITS
  • Nikola Tanasić, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade
  • Dušan Todorović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade

Processing ‘18 Programme

Wednesday, 6th June

During the morning hours, a welcome cocktail with an appropriate culture and art programme, the official opening of the congress, and dinner.

Thursday, 7th June

Breakfast. The congress activities, with a coffee break, will take place before and after lunch, and the official dinner with live music will be organised in the evening.

Friday, 8th June

Breakfast. After the congress programme activities, a coffee break and lunch (in the hotel or in the restaurant “Vrelo” in Perućac), a sightseeing in and around Bajina Bašta is organised ( “BB Kleka“ Distillery, National Park – Visitor Centre, a tiny house on the Drina River), with a guide, dinner.

Saturday, 9th June

After breakfast, Perućac Lake and the Drina Canyon cruise, with lunch on the boat, at the price of 35€ for those who register.

Zepter Hotel Drina

The full package begins with a cocktail on 6th June 2018 and ends with breakfast on 9th June 2018, and it includes three days of full board with a cocktail and official dinner, the congress material, and sightseeing in and around Bajina Bašta on 8th June 2018. Authors and participants should download this form, fill it out, and send it to the Processing organiser to procesing@smeits.rs, after which they will receive their registration confirmation and payment instructions.

Authors and participants who pay the full package will be exempt from the congress fee.

The number is limited. Timely registration and payment will guarantee the selected type of a room.

The price of the full package from 6th to 9th June 2018.

  • Standard room of 20 m2, single bed 190 €
  • Standard room of 20 m2 double or three beds (per person) 160 €
  • Deluxe room 30 m2 single bed 220 €
  • Deluxe room 30 m2 double (per person) 200 €

The full package (from the cocktail on 6th June and concluded with breakfast on 9th June), a cruise with lunch, and the congress fee are to be paid to “Zepter Hotel Drina“ in dinars, at the middle exchange rate of the National Bank of Serbia on the date of payment.

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The price does not include the sojourn tax and insurance in the amount of 110 dinars per night, which is paid extra.

The Drina Canyon cruise with lunch on the boat, on Saturday after breakfast, is 35 € per person. The number of persons on the boat is limited, and the cruise will be organised if the sufficient number of persons register.

Congress Fee

The congress fee includes the congress material; attendance at the welcome cocktail on 6th June; attendance at the official dinner on 7th June; a sightseeing in and around Bajina Bašta (BB Kleka distillery, the National Park – Visitor Centre, a tiny house on the Drina River) with a guide on 8th June; coffee breaks during the congress activities. The congress fee of 60€, gross amount (in dinar countervalue, at the middle exchange rate of the National Bank of Serbia) is to be paid to “Zepter Hotel Drina“.

Click here for the registration form.

Authors and participants who pay the full package in “Zepter Hotel Drina“ will be exempt from the congress fee.

   

Bus transfer

Bus transfer will be organised with the departure from Belgrade on Wednesday 6th June, in the morning, and the return from Bajina Bašta on Saturday 9th June, in the afternoon. The information will be given in the second announcement.

Information for authors

The Proceedings including the summaries (abstracts) of all the accepted papers classified in ten thematic fields will be printed in Serbian and in English.

After Processing’18, the Congress Proceedings will receive its CIP and ISBN. The original presented papers can receive DOI (digital object identifier), which provides higher visibility and citation benefits.

A number of original papers presented at the congress will be proposed for publishing in the following journals: “FME Transactions“ – a scientific journal of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Belgrade, which is on Web of Science (WoS), Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) list, and the journal “Procesna tehnika“ (M53), with a possibility to receive DOI number.

The paper application must include:

  • the proposed topic and summary (abstract) in English and in Serbian;
  • the list of authors with affiliations in English and in Serbian and contact details;
  • a summary (abstract) of maximum 1000 characters in English and in Serbian;
  • CV of the first author.

For application, please use this form and send it to the Organiser to procesing@smeits.rs.

Dates and deadlines

The proposed topic of the paper and summary (abstract) on this form should be sent to the organiser to procesing@smeits.rs by 15th March 2018.

Authors will receive a notification on acceptance of their topic and the instruction for the preparation of the full-length paper by 31st March 2018.

The paper written on the accepted topic should be submitted to the Organizer for review by 1st May 2018.

Authors will receive a notification on acceptance of their paper or revision requirement by 10th May 2018.

Presentations of papers should be submitted by 30th May 2018.

Important notes

   

Official languages

The official languages of the 31st Processing are English and Serbian. Papers should be preferably submitted and presented in the English language. Simultaneous translation is not provided.

Call for sponsors

The Organizer invites all interested companies and organisations to be sponsors of the 31st Processing and to enter into sponsorship agreements as soon as possible in order to be entitled to the congress fee payment in monthly instalments.

The sponsor’s rights include:

The sponsor’s name and logo will be printed in the appropriate, noticeable section in the final programme congress programme.

The sponsor’s name or logo (50x50 cm) will be displayed at the central place of the hall during the congress.

The sponsor’s name or logo as well as its one-page colour advertisement will be printed in the Congress Proceedings and in two issues of the journal “Procesna tehnika” in 2018.

At the exhibition within the congress, the sponsor will be entitled to an arranged exhibition area free of charge.

Three professionals from the sponsor’s company or organization will be entitled to participation in the congress free of charge.

The sponsor will be entitled to make a 10 minute presentation of its business programme or new products to the congress attendees. The topic of that presentation will be included in the printed programme of the congress, and presentations and video recordings will be published on the congress web page.

The sponsor will be entitled to distribute prospectuses, catalogues and other professional and information material to the congress attendees.

And finally...

The Organiser will publish the full congress programme (the second congress announcement) by 20th May 2018.

For any information, please contact the Organizer at procesing@smeits.rs or 011 3230041.

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