The Bosnian-Herzegovinian American Academy of Arts and Sciences (BHAAAS) will host the biggest scientific gathering in the Balkans the “10th BHAAAS Days,” June 21st-24h, at Jahorina. The gathering will host the most prominent professors, doctors of science, scientists and artists from across the world who will take part in 27 scientific symposiums.
Thus, one of the most significant academic organisations of the Bosnian Diaspora, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, will host over 300 lecturers, prominent doctors of sciences, medical doctors, academics, renowned scholars and artists who will take part in symposiums from the fields of medical, technical, natural, social and humanist sciences.
BHAAAS is a nonprofit and non-political American organization that brings together highly-trained professionals from the most respected American educational institutions and companies, with around 230 regular, correspondent or honorary members. This is an internationally affirmed institution, whose mission is to spread and develop science and art, free sharing of ideas among the Bosnian diaspora, and to connect and collaborate with Bosnian scientists and artists for the purpose of building bridges with the homeland.
“We are very proud of the fact that our Organisation has been successfully organising this scientific gathering for the past 10 years. Judging by the program and its participants the gathering falls into the category of the most important expert events in the country and the region,” said Head of BHAAAS Nirvana Pistoljevic. “We would like to point out that we’ve sent a special invitation to the students and young researchers to attend the BHAAAS Days because the conference is a unique opportunity for them to learn all about the latest trends in science and technology and to meet some of the leaders from the world academic community.”
The “10th Days of BHAAAS” will be accompanied by a rich cultural content, including an exhibition by a Bosnian artist Safet Zec, Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert and an exhibition titled “Memories of the rock.”