News archive - [Call for papers] the 6th Student Techno-Educa Conference "With Entrepreneurial Ideas Towards Better Future", Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre at the University of Zenica and the Business Service Centre of the ZE-DO Canton Government organize the 6th Student Conference TECHNO-EDUCA 2012: “With entrepreneurial ideas towards better future, which will be held on November 7-8, 2012, at the University of Zenica.

The Student Conference TECHNO-EDUCA 2012:With entrepreneurial ideas towards better future“ focuses on providing technical assistance to entrepreneurs in the sector of large economic systems, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It aims to help the entrepreneurs overcome the serious falling behind both in terms of technology and economy, that has emerged as the result of more than a decade of absence of propulsive development of metal processing, wood processing and other technologies, trends and movements. The conference is intented for students of engineering and economic faculties and all other students pursuing the idea of economic prosperity of the community.

Students and teaching staff of higher education and scientific and research institutions from the region of Southeast Europe and others are invited to join this special conference and present the results of their joint scientific and expert work.

Only the papers that mandatorily involve participation of students, either as the first signed authors or presenters, will be accepted.
Papers should be written in Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Macedonian or Montenegrin language. English is optional.
Full papers should be sent by the 5th November 2012, and the first registration of the papers (title and authors) should be made not later than the 25th October 2012.

Source: Email from Lamija Subasic, University of Zenica

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Geographical focus
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Europe
  • SEE
  • Western Balkans
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Danaja Lorencic on September 27, 2012
Modified on October 1, 2012