IEEE Industry Applications Society
IEEE Bosnia and Herzegovina Section
IEEE Serbia and Montenegro Section
IEEE B&H IAS/PEL/IE Jt Chapter
The International Symposium INFOTEH–JAHORINA gathers the experts, scientists, engineers, researchers and students in the field of information technologies and their application in control, communication, production and electronic systems, power engineering and in other areas of electrical engineering and computing. The working part of the Symposium is organized through sessions, round tables, invited lectures and presentations. The Symposium pays special attention to young researchers and students by organising a special student session.
The first INFOTEH–JAHORINA Symposium was held in Bistrica hotel on the mountain Jahorina, East Sarajevo, March 12 – 14, 2001. Six companies presented their production and development programs in the fields of telecommunications, power electronics, power engineering, automation and process control. A total of 53 papers were presented.
After 2001, INFOTEH–JAHORINA attracts significant number of participants mostly from the West Balkans region, and maintains a good quality and number of submitted and presented papers. Today, INFOTEH-JAHORINA Symposium is one of the leading events in the region devoted to the field of information and communication technologies and their application in different areas of human life.
INFOTEH-JAHORINA main topics: Computer systems and software, Communication systems and technologies, Power systems, Control systems, Electronic systems, Production systems.
Papers are accepted but not limited to the following areas: information systems, data security and privacy, software engineering, computer architectures, system software, multimedia and computer graphics, internet and web technologies, e-business, analysis and optimisation of telecommunication channels, analysis and measurement of quality of transmission in telecommunication systems, methods for improvement of quality of transmission in telecommunication systems, analysis of modulation techniques, advanced architectures of telecommunication systems, industrial engineering and management, control systems design and analysis, control systems industry applications, computer aspects of control systems, signal processing and applications, electronic circuits and components, optoelectronics, industrial electronics, power electronics, digital systems and logical design, power grids and systems, planning, control, and exploitation in power systems, power systems elements, power system protection and control, electrical machines and drives, renewable energy sources, information systems and communication in power systems, manufacturing technologies, CAD/CAM/CAE, bioengineering and biomedicine.
University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
University of Niš, Faculty of Electronic Engineering
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences
University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
Alumni Association of Electrical Engineers, East Sarajevo
IEEE Industry Applications Society
IEEE Bosnia and Herzegovina Section
IEEE Serbia and Montenegro Section
IEEE B&H IAS/PEL/IE Jt Chapter
Milić Stojić, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Božidar Krstajić, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Đorđe Paunović, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Lazar Lukić, IRITEL Belgrade, Serbia
Milan Radmanović, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Branko Kovačević, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Branko Dokić, PhD, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dušan Golubović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Čedomir Milosavljević, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Risto Ćeranić, MSc, KINEL Novi Sad, Serbia
Slobodan Milojković, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, chairman
Milo Tomašević, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Dragan Janković, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Dragan Mančić, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Danijela Milošević, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Volker Zerbe, FH Erfurt, Germany
Mladen Milušev, Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria
Duško Lukač, University of Applied Sciences Keln, Germany
Miloš Krstić, IHP Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Josif Kosev, FEIT Skopje, Macedonia
Antonio Gordillo – Guerrero, University of Extremadura, Spain
Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Vassil Alexandrov, Supercomputer centre of Barcelona, Spain
Djuradj Budimir, University of Westminster, UK
Ervin Sejdic, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Vlado Kešelj, Dalhousie University, Canada
Theodoros Samaras, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Achilles D. Boursianis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Dejan Vukobratović, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Ivan Luković, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Gordana Milosavljević, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Milomir Šoja, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Stevan Stankovski, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Slobodan Lubura, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vidan Govedarica, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tomislav Šekara, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Milica Naumović, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Zlatan Stojković, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Milija Kraišnik, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Predrag Petrović, IRITEL Belgrade, Serbia
Milena Stanković, PhD, University of Niš, Serbia
Jovan Mikulović, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Milan Rapaić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Branko Perišić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Branko Blanuša, PhD, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Petar Matić, PhD, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Obrad Spaić, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Darko Marčetić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Željko Despotović, PhD, Mihajlo Pupin Institute, Belgrade, Serbia
Slobodan Đukanović, PhD, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Vlado Delić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Marjan Mernik, PhD, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Dragana Bajić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Tamara Škorić, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Željko Đurišić, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Milan Vesković, PhD, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Danijel Mijić, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Božidar Popović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mirjana Maksimović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Aleksandar Simović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vladimir Vujović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mladen Banjanin, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Marijana Ćosović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Srđan Nogo, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Srđan Lale, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zoran Ljuboje, PhD, University of East Sarajevo, chairman
Danijel Mijić, PhD, University of East Sarajevo
Božidar Popović, PhD, University of East Sarajevo
Darko Kovačević, PhD, University of East Sarajevo
Marko Ikić, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Budimir Kovačević, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Nataša Popović, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Radmila Kovačević, University of East Sarajevo
Danka Despotović, University of Belgrade
Snježana Milinković, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Nataša Pavlović, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Nada Cincar, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Srđan Jokić, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Goran Vuković, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Darko Šuka, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Nikola Davidović, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Bojana Novaković, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Miodrag Forcan, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Marko Bošković, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Marko Lalović, MSc, University of East Sarajevo
Bojan Suknović, University of East Sarajevo
Miljan Sikimić, University of East Sarajevo
Dragan Manjak, University of East Sarajevo
Zorana Štaka, University of East Sarajevo
Nikola Kukrić, University of East Sarajevo
Authors are invited to submit unpublished and original papers that are not under consideration for publication at other conferences or journals. The papers are required to contain original scientific, expert or applied results of the authors. The authors should submit papers that present applications of theoretical methods in solving engineering problems, new devices and/or systems, results of own experimental research, new approaches or solutions to existing problems, etc. All submitted papers are subject to review, but the authors are responsible for the originality and quality of their papers. Submissions will be checked for plagiarism using plagiarism detection software. The expected number of pages for each submission is 4 to 6, except for the invited papers which may have more than 6 pages. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to register, present paper, and pay the conference fee. The maximum number of accepted papers per author/co-author is three.
All authors of student papers must be students of the first (undergraduate) or the second (master) cycle of study.
They must present the proof of the student status (student ID or equivalent) after the paper is accepted (please send scanned document to Symposium contact email).
Student papers are accepted and presented within the student session (oral presentation) and must be prepared according to instructions for student papers.
We also accept student papers presenting results obtained within student final/graduation thesis at first cycle study. The graduation date in this case must be in 2019 or 2020 (appropriate document as a proof is needed).
All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. The Symposium uses a blind review process. Submissions will be evaluated by relevance to the Symposium topics, scientific or professional contributions, technical correctness and clarity, originality and technical preparation.
Full paper submission: 30.1.2020.
Acceptance notification: 29.2.2020.
Camera-ready paper: 5.3.2020.
Final list of papers: 9.3.2020.
Registration and payment: 20.3.2020.
Paper presentation type could be oral or poster, it is selected by author during the paper submission. The organizer reserves the right to change the type of presentation if needed. Authors will be informed about the decision in this case.
Oral presentation should be prepared using Microsoft Power Point (or similiar) and submitted to technical secretary of the session at least half an hour before the session begining. Presentations last about 10 min including discussion, sometimes longer, depending on the number of papers in the session. Necessary equipment for presentation is provided by the organizer. If needed, authors can use their own notebook or other computer.
Paper can also be presented as a poster. Authors should prepare and print poster according to given instructions. Instructions for preparation of poster presentations are available here.
For poster presentation authors are instructed to use Poster template.
Participants who are unable to attend the Symposium in person can choose the virtual presentation option. For this 10 minutes long Power Point presentation with voice-over will be needed. These presentations will be available at the Symposium website and will be announced in the program.
All accepted and presented papers will be published in the Symposium proceedings (web and CD version). Papers presented in oral and poster sessions are eligible for submission (per authors choice) for possible publication in IEEE Xplore. Papers submitted to IEEE Xplore are published in CD proceedings that is handed out to participants during registration at the Symposium. Papers submitted to IEEE Xplore must be written in English language. All other accepted and presented papers are published in web proceedings after the Symposium.
Authors of papers submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore must transfer copyright to IEEE. Contact authors of these papers will receive email with instructions on signing IEEE eCopyright Form.
Authors of selected papers may also be invited to publish their paper in the following journals, free of charge:
- International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computing (https://ijeec.etf.ues.rs.ba)
- Electronics (http://els-journal.etf.unibl.org)
- Journal of Mechatronics, Automation and Identification Technology (http://www.jmait.org).
At least one fee is required to be paid for each accepted paper. At least one of the authors of each accepted paper needs to register and present paper. In cases where one author is the sole author of two papers, one fee covers both papers.
Participation fee covers promotional material pack, Symposium proceedings (CD version), participation at the Symposium technical sessions, presentations, invited lectures, round-tables and social events (excursion and dinner).
200 KM (100 €) - for publication in the Symposium web proceedings
240 KM (120 €) - for publication in the Symposium CD proceedings and submission to IEEE Xplore (IEEE members only)
300 KM (150 €) - for publication in the Symposium CD proceedings and submission to IEEE Xplore
Not paid for papers within the student session and publication in the Symposium web proceedings
60 KM (30 €) - for papers within the student session, publication in the Symposium CD proceedings and submission to IEEE Xplore (IEEE members only)
100 KM (50 €) - for papers within the student session, publication in the Symposium CD proceedings and submission to IEEE Xplore
In cases when participant was registered and paid the participation fee, but was not able to present the paper, the fee is not refunded to participant. Instead, it is valid for the next Symposium under the same conditions.
400 KM (200 €) - exibition
700 KM (350 €) - company presentation
Required space and time slots are available for exibitions and company presentations. For additional information please contact us at email@example.com.
Prospective sponsors are invited to financially support the Symposium. The following sponsorship options are available:
- Gold sponsor - min. 5000 KM (2500 €)
- Silver sponsor - min. 3000 KM (1500 €)
- Sponsor - min. 1000 KM (500 €)
All sponsors will be specially recognized during the Symposium promotional activities, openning ceremony and in all Symposium materials, including the web site. Sponsors are allowed to set up their promotional stands at the Symposium venue and to deliver promotional brochures with the Symposium materials. Other possibilities are also available upon agreement with organizer. For additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All interested institutions or individuals may support the Symposium by financial contribution of at least 200 KM (100 €). We also appreciate other kinds of help and support in organization of the Symposium, like support for promotional material, organization of technical and social events (coctail, excursion, dinner), etc. Supporters will be acknowledged in the Symposium promotional materials.
Payments from Bosnia and Herzegovina (for participation fees, sponsorship and donations) should be directed to:
- Account holder: Alumni asocijacija inženjera elektrotehnike
- Account number: 562-012-81262220-49
International payments in EUR (for participation fees, sponsorship and donations) should be directed according to Payment Instructions.
Payments for participation fees should include participant name(s) and paper ID(s) for paper authors/co-authors.
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Please note that organizer does not receive payments for accomodation and travel, this should be arranged with supporting travel agencies (please check Contact section) or individually.
The Symposium takes place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the olympic mountain Jahorina, East Sarajevo, at the Bistrica Hotel. The Bistrica Hotel is located 1620 meters above sea level at the most beautiful lookout of the mountain between Jahorina’s peaks and vivid Praca River Valley. It was built for the XIV Olympic Winter Games in 1984 and categorized with 3 stars.
Symposium venue is about 30 km away from Sarajevo and 15 km from Pale. For travel directions please click links below:
- Pale - Bistrica Hotel Jahorina
- East Sarajevo - Bistrica Hotel Jahorina
- Sarajevo International Airport - Bistrica Hotel Jahorina
- Sarajevo - Bistrica Hotel Jahorina
Usefull phone numbers:
- Bus station Pale: +387 (0)57 222 900
- Bus station East Sarajevo: +387 (0)57 317 377
- Bus station Sarajevo: +387 (0)33 213 010
- Taxi service East Sarajevo: +387 (0)57 340 200, +387 (0)57 342 000
Taxi transportation from Sarajevo to Jahorina costs about 50 KM (25 €), and from Pale to Jahorina costs about 30 KM (15 €).
For additional information about travel and transportation please contact as at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nationals of the following states may enter into Bosnia and Herzegovina with a passport or a valid identity card proving identity and citizenship of:
- Member State of the European Union
- State signatory to the Schengen Agreement
- Andorra, Montenegro, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Serbia, the Holy See and Swiss Confederation
- Countries in the visa-free regime of 90 days (please check list of countries )
Persons with valid multiple entry Schengen visa or a visa issued by the EU member state or the proper residence permit in the Schengen Area or the European Union member states can enter and stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina for 7 days. In this case they must enter Bosnia and Herzegovina from any European Union (EU) country (from Croatia by land, from other EU countries by flight).
Visa application and approval procedure may take time (a month or more), so please start it at good time.
Additional information about visas are available at http://www.mvp.gov.ba/konzularne_informacije/vize/Default.aspx .
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