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Szeged – Novi Sad Winter School - 2015

Időpont: 2015.01.30 10:00 - 2015.02.08 14:00

Helyszín: Szeged - Novi Sad


Non-Standard Forms of Teaching Mathematics and Physics:

Experimental and Modeling Approach

Szeged: January 30 - February 1, 2015

Novi Sad: February 6 - 8, 2015


Szeged TV, KVANTUM, Feb. 3, 2015

Photo album - Szeged

Photo Album - Novi Sad


School Poster

The final programme

Title presentation - Szeged

Title presentation - Novi Sad

Presentation on the Project IPA HU-SRB/1203/221/024

On the new Math BSC teaching

Talks - course handouts (available only for participants)


Course descriptions

Required software tools

A summary

A very important basis of intellectual and economic development is the improvement of creativity, problem solving abilities and applicable scientific knowledge. An essential element of them is the effective use of computational tools and methods both in research and at any level of teaching.

Within the new - third - IPA program supported by the European Union, we develop joint educational programmes at the University of Szeged and University of Novi Sad. Two intensive schools are being organised in winter of 2015, in both Szeged and Novi Sad (3 days, 24 teaching hours in each). The schools in Szeged and Novi Sad are independent, but they will complement each other. It is possible to register for only one of them, but we recommend taking part on both.

Programme of the schools

The courses will concern interesting topics, modelling problems and tools in Mathematics and Physics, applications in several areas of sciences in such a way that it will be enjoyable also everyone as well. The participants will learn some parts of the following fields: signal processing and computer-aided measuring techniques; mobile tools and dynamic modelling in teaching Math; computer-aided study of physical, and biological-chemical models, geometrical structures ... For participating teachers, we emphasize the didactic aspects of these techniques. The courses will be held in computer rooms. The participants will study the topics via practical examples.

Who are welcome?

We welcome PhD students, researchers, high school teachers and students from our neighbourhood on any sides of the borders who work in mathematics, physics or other sciences. Talented undergraduate students may also apply with the recommendation of their supervisors.


Depending on the number of participants, we organize different groups for researchers and PhD students as well as for teachers and their students.


  • Participation is free, registration is required; participants will receive course materials.
  • We have limited possibilities to support accommodation in student hostels. Participants from the other side of the border and participants invited by their results on competitions are of high priority. Travel costs are covered by the participants.
  • We ask the participants to give seminar at their workplaces or schools for their colleagues and/or students from the subjects they studied on the courses. A report should be prepared from this presentation, illustrated with photographs, which will appear on the website of the project.


Szeged: Hungarian and English, Novi Sad: Serbian and English.


Please send the filled in and signed registration form to both contact addresses
zsvizi@math.u-szeged.hu and mirjana.mikalacki@dmi.uns.ac.rs


Information, WWW:

Szeged: http://www.model.u-szeged.hu
Novi Sad: http://www.dmi.uns.ac.rs/ipa


János Karsai PhD, Associate Professor, project manager, karsai.janos@math.u-szeged.hu
Zsolt Vizi, junior research associate, zsvizi@math.u-szeged.hu

Novi Sad:
Arpad Takači Ph.D, Professor, project manager, takaci@dmi.uns.ac.rs
Mirjana Mikalacki PhD, assistant professor, mirjana.mikalacki@dmi.uns.ac.rs


and... an extra course

Computing tools in learning Mathematics

Szeged: January 30 - February 1, 2015