Serbian Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
In the spring of 2010 SMEITS (Serbian Union of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering) celebrates its 59th anniversary as an independent organization. The Society of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and Technicians (DMEITS), as SMEITS was called until 1963, grew up from the Belgrade Section of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering of the Society of Engineers and Technicians. Even in the first year of its independent activity, it became a large and influential society, with about 15 branches in all major cities of Serbia, and at the end of that year, the Society had exactly 2,830 registered members, engineers and technicians, predominantly of electrical and mechanical profession.
International relations of SMEITS
The international relations of SMEITS started when DMEITS changed its name to SMEITS in the 1960s. That was the time when Yugoslavia i.e. Serbia was the country of much better opportunities in regard to political freedom and living standard than the Eastern Block countries, such as Hungary, Czechoslovakia or Poland. SMEITS concluded the first international cooperation contracts in 1962 with the Hungarian ETE (Hungarian Society of Mechanical Engineers and Technicians) and in 1963 with the Polish Union of Engineers and Technicians. It is interesting that the cooperation initiatives came from the representatives of the organizations of engineers and technicians of these two countries, by the announcement of their delegations visits to Belgrade.
Meetings & Congresses
5th December (from 9 am to 1.30 pm)
Improving Energy Efficiency in Climate and Ozone Friendl
Latest Refrigeration Technologies
Society for HVAC and R, of Serbia
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASHRAE DANUBE CHAPTER (2010)
The annual meeting of the ASHRAE Danube Chapter was held in Timisoara on 16th April 2010 within the 19th conference of AIIR (Romanian Association of Installation Engineers).
In the working session of the meeting, 9 papers were presented by students and a lecture was given by Mr. Drury Crawley, an ASHRAE distinguished lecturerer, on energy efficient buildings.
After the report on the Danube Chapter activities in the previous period, which was submitted by the present President of the Danube Chapter, Prof. Robert Gavriliuc (Romania), the officials of the ASHRAE Danube Chapter were elected for the following term of office (2010/2011):
President: Bratislav Blagojević (Serbia);
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