• PANEL – Turning the tide: Brain drain to brain gain
    Open to the public
    Floor III – E-net Centre
    11:00-12:30

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    BiH must strive to retain its top talent and fill the skills gaps that many industries and employers face today. This round table will have human capital, government, academia, entrepreneur representatives and youth. We will use this time to discuss the ongoing concerns surrounding brain drain and talent pool, especially in the sphere of attracting and retaining youth in our country. We believe that through open discussion, with representatives of different facets of our society, we can come up with creative ideas for how to solve this significant problem of our country.
    Speakers: Isma Stanić (Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees BiH); Enita Nakaš (Vice Rector for International Cooperation, University Sarajevo); Azra Berbić (Western Balkans Alumni Association), Melika Husić-Mehmedović (Faculty of Economics, University of Sarajevo); Zerina Sulejmanović Terzić (Authority Partners), Ljiljana Đukanović (BHAAAS)
    Moderator: Berina Bukva Alibašić (Authority Partners).

  • DISCUSSION FORUM – What can I do about climate change in my own community?
    Open to the public
    Faculty of Economics (UNSA), E-net Center
    15:30-16:30

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    Climate change is one of the biggest problems of our times and we must talk about it. Most importantly, we must be proactive and find ways in which we can help combat climate change, be it through our lifestyle, activism or policy making.  And we can start by having an impact in our own communities! In this discussion forum students will have a chance to discuss with international experts, as well as their peers, different ways in which they can have a positive impact in their own community and be part of the change.
    Chairs: Jay Turner (Professor of Environmental Studies at Wellesley College, USA)
    Moderator: Ljiljana Đukanović

  • Coffee with Authority Partners LAB
    Open to the public
    Faculty of Economics (UNSA), II floor
    10:00-10:30

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    Formal education is a great foundation for every individual, but it is also necessary to continually develop new skills in order to realize one’s full potential. Therefore in a more informal way, over coffee, you will learn more about the AP Lab – Talent and Innovation Center to support young talents in their education and help them build upon the knowledge they already have while allowing them to gain practical experience.

  • WORKSHOP – Machine Learning in Materials Science
    Open to the public (Must sign up previously. See below.)
    Faculty of Economics (UNSA), MIT Center Room
    10:30-12:00

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    Many new technologies, ranging from nanoelectronics to personalized health monitoring, have been revolutionized by discoveries of new materials. In order to accelerate the discovery of new materials with enhanced properties, a new branch called “materials informatics” emerged, joining together the science of materials properties with artificial intelligence/machine learning. In this workshop, we will introduce new advances in materials science, followed by a hands-on workshop that will utilize basic machine learning techniques to predict properties of materials for new applications. Some examples will be emerging materials for electronics such as two-dimensional materials, new materials for photovoltaics, or materials for energy storage.
    Workshop Moderator: Prof. Zlatan Akšamija (University of Utah, USA)
    Number of available spots is limited, so hurry up to sign up. You can do so by sending an email to Zlatan Akšamija at zlatan.aksamija@utah.edu

  • WORKSHOP – Developing students’ presentation skills: strengthening employability
    Open to the public (Must sign up previously. See below.)
    Faculty of Economics (UNSA), Room 6
    13:30-17:00

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    Do you worry about how to present your skills to a potential employer? What skills do they value and seek? What skills do you possess or need to develop? This is an opportunity for strengthening the skills needed for transition from the educational system to the labor market through the understanding of one’s own abilities and skills and the importance of presenting them. The training will contribute to your awareness of the importance of adaptive and generic skills in the hiring process, but also to the understanding of presenting your own skills to a potential employer as a complex process to prepare for. During the training you will have the opportunity to meet and practice your own presentation skills.
    Workshop Moderators: Lejla Osmić (University of Sarajevo) and Sandra Bjelan-Guska (University of Sarajevo)
    Number of available spots is limited, so hurry up to sign up! You can do so by sending an email Lejla Osmić at lejla.osmic.ffsa@gmail.com and/or to Sandra Bjelan-Guska at sandra.bjelan@pedagogijaffsa.com.

  • FLASH TALKS – Transition from school to work – Working in a digital age
    Open to the public
    Faculty of Economics, Amph. Tondach
    15:30-17:00

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    Living and working in the digital era is exciting! However, sometimes, navigating through the digital age is not always simple. Through this series of short talks students will have an opportunity to hear about the personal and professional experience of professionals who will talk about some of the more contemporary approaches to entering a job market. Speakers from different companies across Bosnia and Herzegovina from BIT Alliance and other professions will share their inspiring stories.
    Merima Hadžić-Dedović (Authority Partners); Elvis Pašić (Authority Partners), Mirza Čeligija (Mistral), Adin Mulaahmetović (HULKapps), Momčilo Amović (Lanaco),  Esmina Radušić (Rubicon)
    Moderator: Kristina Erak

  • Symposium of postgraduate research in electrical engineering
    Faculty of Economics, UNSA – Senate Room
    8:45-15:00
  • BH Futures Foundation 3MT Awards Ceremony
    Open to the public
    (Online event)
    15:30-17:30

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    The 2022 Bosnia & Herzegovina three-minute thesis (3MT) competition challenges students (Ph.D., Masters & Undergraduate) to communicate the significance of their research projects to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes and compete for over 20,000 BAM prize money. The awards ceremony will be held online and recognise the brilliant work of your researchers through the dissemination of valuable cash prizes to further stimulate the careers of young researchers.
    Moderators: Rijad Rick Sarić, Zorana Staka, Eddie Ćustović
    Zoom registration link: LINK

  • 2nd Meet the Medical Students event
    Hotel Holiday – Big Conference room
    08:00-12:30
  • WORKSHOP – Scientists as entrepreneurs
    Open to the public (Must sign up previously. See below.)
    Faculty of Economics (UNSA), Amphitheatre Tondach
    10:00-12:00

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    Have you wondered what it takes to make your scientific innovation into a product or a service? In this workshop you will imagine that you are a creator of  an exciting solution for a more sustainable Planet: laboratory-grown meat! Through this case study and group exercises, you will  learn about the basic aspects of scientific entrepreneurship, common Do’s and Don’ts in the field, and other challenges one faces when embarking on an entrepreneurial adventure. You will have an opportunity to ‘create’ your own start up, exchange your ideas and hear the perspectives of experts.
    Workshop Moderators: Kemal Hodžić (CEO of Key Consulting) and Ljiljana Đukanović (Chief Scientific Officer at CRIAM Knowledge)Number of available spots is limited, so hurry up to sign up. You can do so by sending an email to Ljiljana at ljdukanovic@gmail.com.

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Researchers Meetup
    Everyone is invited to come, but registration is a must, so please use the link to register: https://forms.gle/Z9rbQLSbSsNVJ7Th9
    Hotel Holiday, Conference Hall “Novi Inn”
    14:00-16:00

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    One of the best things about international conferences is the networking. We want to give students an opportunity to take the best out of the scientific community present at the 13th BHAAAS DAYS. This Meetup, organized by BH Futures Foundation and BHAAAS, will give students a chance to network with scientists, professionals from different fields and different countries, as well as their peers. It’s an opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals, discuss ideas, projects, career aspirations and opportunities.

For ‘Open to the public’ events it is not necessary to register for the conference and pay the conference fee.

However, to attend all other events it is necessary to register and pay the conference fee (30KM for students).