International Conference of Young Scientists 2012

Team leaders

Nikola Srzentic


Mateja Opacic

I am a computer science professor on the Metropolitan University of Belgrade. Five years assistant at the Regional Centre for talented youth


Stefan Crnojević

Presentation: The OVF Mode and It’s Applications

I'm 14 years old and I have been interested in science even since I was younger. I love applied maths the most. My project is based on improving modern cryptography with my creations that I will not patent.

Milan Tepic

Presentation: An Eco-Building Functioning Plan

Hi, my name is Milan. I’m 18 years old. I’m interested in technology, computering, ecology and geography. I train sport dancing (waltzes and tango, salsa…). I like meeting new people and new cultures. I’m looking forward to ICYS. I hope we will meet the Future.

Miljana Mitic

Presentation: Lifestyle in the chronic respiratory disease patients

My name is Miljana Mitic and I am 3rd grade of the Belgrade medical school. I am an excellent student and I like to learn new things, especially in the field of medicine and biology. Apart from my school activities, I am also interested in scientific research. For me, attending the International Conference of Young Scientists is great success and even bigger challenge. This conference represents a great opportunity to present my work, which deals with important question of life quality in persons with chronic respiratory diseases. Also, attending the conference would be an opportunity to gain experience and make contacts with peers who share my interests. For all above mentioned reasons attending the conference would be very useful for me and I hope you would be able to help me attend it.

Nevenka Radic

Presentation: Angelman syndrome diagnosis: FISH analysis of chromosome 15 microdeletion

My name is Nevenka and I’m 18 years old. Almost everything interests me, but I’m particularly fond of Biology. In my spare time I enjoy reading, learning foreign languages and dancing. I’m looking forward to meeting a lot of new people!

Tamara Sekularac

Presentation: Parallels and Hyper-parallels in Hyperbolic Geometry