Faculty of Technical Sciences is the largest faculty in Serbia and it has 32 research centers, 97 laboratories. There are more than 2000 employees at the Faculty, of which 387 are professors and lecturers, 299 lecturer assistants and 176 researches. The Faculty’s activities are threefold: education, research, and applied research. Faculty of Technical Sciences provides higher education in the fields of architecture, civil engineering, software, mechanical and electrical engineering, computer graphics, mathematics, arts and humanities. Faculty of Technical Sciences envelopes many different fields, and therefore provides an environment for interdisciplinary research. Digital Design Center is one of the Faculty’s research centers dedicated to developing and investigating application of new technologies in architecture, urban planning and design. The event would be organized by the Digital Design Center.
Novi Sad, a city of European history and tradition as well as Balkans endemic hospitality is the space of diverse and rich cultural heritage of many nations living in it. It is located on the banks of the Danube river and it is the second
largest city in Serbia with around 400.000 inhabitants. Material and intangible cultural heritage that has been created during the past centuries is the basis serving as the foundation of an interactive network of scientific and institutions of culture, which makes Novi Sad of today the space of active meeting of cultures and diverse identities. Novi Sad was awarded with the titles of European Capital of Culture 2021 and European Youth Capital 2019 thanks to the creative energy inherent to youth groups and organizations that have contributed to an already recognizable traditional cultural platform.
Novi Sad is the city of museums, galleries, and events among which the EXIT Music Festival has acquired international rewards and indisputable recognisability. With its urban core and rural surroundings Novi Sad provides
the visitors the agenda of diverse and rich content. In the vicinity of the urban city core characterized by baroque, neo-renaissance, classicistic, and Bauhaus buildings, there are picnic sites, preserved eco-systems and the complex of
Serbian Orthodox monasteries within the area of the National Park Fruška Gora. “Salaš” farmsteads, “čarda” taverns and wine trails at the outskirts of Novi Sad provide the visitors the opportunity to experience all the richness of
gastronomy and rural traditions.