The 9th International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium (IEEES-9) will be held in the historical city of Split (Croatia, EU) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FESB), University of Split.

The basic activities of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split involve teaching, research, development, professional work and innovation in the areas of technical sciences, including Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture, Computer Science, Industrial Engineering and Natural Sciences. With approximately 2500 students and more than 230 employees, FESB has grown into recognized and highly respectable educational and research institution dealing with the advanced technologies and, consequently, contributing to the development of the economy and society. In particular, the robustness of FESB research capabilities has been confirmed through numerous successful competitive and other research and technological projects, number of scientific and professional papers published in peer-review journals, and through the continuous cooperation with internationally recognized research and academic institutions, respectively. One of the biggest and best equipped faculties on the campus, FESB is among the first that was built on the University of Split campus, and is among the biggest, not only in size, but in reputation which has been successfully built for more than 50 years. Today, FESB is gathering eminent experts for both teaching and scientific projects attracting more students every year. 235 employees -148 teaching personnel – 107 with a doctorate degree 10 classrooms – 9 amphitheatres – 11 computer equipped classrooms – 95 laboratories – 29477 square meters area Generations of satisfied and successful students Student life on FESB has always been attracting a great number of students. There is more than simple learning. Graduating from FESB has a particular importance and respect from the business world. A great number of graduated students developed successful carriers and helped FESB’s reputation building. 8000 graduated students – 2600 students/year – 600 freshmen Long tradition of the future design FESB has been building its reputation for more than 50 years, where the significance of its contribution to the surrounding environment is hardly measurable. Many individuals were credited for this responsibility, and they were not afraid of walking ahead of their time, and showing what is to be expected in the future. This tradition continues from the base of the wealthy past.

Traveling to Split

By air: Split can be reached directly from Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Lyon, Manchester, Munich, Paris, Vienna and via Zagreb from all world airports – map. For more information please visit Airport Split-Kastela.
By ship: Split harbor is daily connected with Ancona. Ship connections are also available with Venice, Pescara and Bari.