The main objective of the school is to introduce the current observing facilities available at the 8-10m class telescope. We also plan to dedicate the afternoons to hands on sessions during which the participants will be introduced to the analysis of photometr ic and spectroscopic data.  Finally, we will outline the first generation of ELT instruments and their scientific impact.

Target: 40-50 students (Master, PhD) and young researchers

The school will be held in Belgrade in Serbia, where it will be organized by
the Faculty of Mathematics University of Belgrade and Astronomical Observatory


  • G. Bono, Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Roma Tor Vergata (Italy)
  • M. Cirasuolo, European Southern Observatory, Garching (Germany)
  • M. Dennefeld, IAP and Université  P. et M. Curie, Paris 6 (France)
  • D. Ilic, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
  • C. Martins, University of Porto (Portugal)
  • M. Monelli,  Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain)
  • L.C. Popovic, Belgrade Astronomical Observatory (Serbia)
  • N. Przybilla, Institut für Astro und Teilchenphysik, Universität Innsbruck (Austria)
  • M. Urbaneja, University of Innsbruck, (Austria)


  • D. Ilic, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
  • A. Kovacevic, Univ. of Belgrade (Serbia)
  • M. Monelli,  Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain)
  • M. Castellani, INAF – Rome Astronomical Observatory (Italy)
  • V. F. Braga, MAS – Instituto milenio de Astrofisica
  • M. Fabrizio, ASI Science Data Center, Rome (Italy)


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The school is organized as a part of the celebration of 210 years of the University of Belgrade.


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Under the auspices of:

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