The Institute will be a regional Centre of Excellence based on the state-of-art sustainable technology which will assure high competitiveness to the rest of Europe.

At the second SEEIIST Steering Committee meeting SC members took an unanimous decision to support the Hadron Cancer Therapy and Biomedical Research with Protons and Heavy Ions as the option for the Institute.

The next stage in the implementation of the project is the Preparatory phase consisting of the development of the Concept Design Study (Main project), Business Plan and Site requirements.

The South East European International Institute for Sustainable Technologies (SEEIIST)

proposed in late 2016 by Prof. Herwig Schopper, a former Director General of CERN and initiator of the international SESAME project in Jordan, received first official political support by the Government of Montenegro in March 2017.

The project will be implemented around the idea of the real international cooperation in the SEE region, gathering scientists, engineers, medical doctors, young people and technicians within the joint research infrastructure with the mission “Science for Peace”. The Institute will be a regional Centre of Excellence based on the state-of-art sustainable technology which will assure high competitiveness to the rest of Europe. It will promote the regional collaboration in the fields of science, technology and industry and will represent a knowledge-based economy project. Particular component of the project is a platform for education and training for young scientists, researchers, technicians, medical doctors, biologists, biomedicine engineers and others who will contribute to the improvement of the whole Region in terms of technological advances, medical innovations, scientific achievements, industrial empowerment and economic benefits.

Upcoming Events

The fourth meeting of the Intergovernmental SEEIIST Steering Committee will take place on 27 November 2018 at the IAEA, Vienna

The Fourth meeting of the SEEIIST Steering Committee will be held at the premises of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna on 27

Date: 2018-11-27

More info

OUR GALLERY

Recent News

2019 AAAS Award for Science Diplomacy to Prof. Herwig Schopper

Adam D. Cohen Office of Public Programs 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting Newsroom Christopher Read More»

SEEIIST – New Brochure

A new SEEIIST Brochure, reflecting the current status of the Project available under Read More»

SEEIIST project is getting its LOGO

Thanks to the proposal of a member of the SEEIIST Steering Committee, Prof. Mimoza Read More»