The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) is over 170-year-old institution. In its history are such distinguished names as Nikola Tesla, Mihailo Pupin, Milutin Milankovic and Ivo Andric. Members of the Academy have been prominent scientists, recognized and well known not only in the region, but in the entire world.
The work on scientific projects of the Academy is conducted within its Departments and Institutes. There are eight Departments, four of which are related to natural, technical and medical sciences, and four to the humanities, social sciences and arts.
SASA has a branch in the city of Novi Sad and two scientific centers in Niš and Kragujevac. Being situated in the very heart of the town of Beograd, surrounded by numerous faculties and cultural institutions, SASA plays an important role in the cultural life of this country. It offers the services of its Gallery of Arts, Gallery of Science and Technology, its Library – one of the richest in the country, its Archive and its regular musical programmes devoted to the promotion of young talents.
The Academy’s programmes focus on research projects carried out by members of the Academy and other researchers gathered around the Academy’s committees. International cooperation is considered as one of the main activities and program priorities of the SASA.
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