Alumni Association of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek (AMA-ETF)

We devote meticulous attention to tracking the careers of our former students which was the main motive for establishing the Alumni Association of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek. Furthermore, our main objective is to receive feedback from our alumni who we consider to be of the utmost importance for further development of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, as well as personal progress of its former, current and future students.


Osijek Mathematical Society

Head: Prof. Ninoslav Truhar

Osijek Mathematical Society was founded in 1993, as the Osijek branch of the Croatian Mathematical Society, which was established for the purpose of advancing and promoting mathematical science, mathematics education on all levels, application of mathematics in other disciplines, as well as improving the social position of mathematicians and mathematics in general. The Society functions through the following three sections: scientific, teaching and engineering.

All three sections jointly organize the Mathematical Colloquium, which is held regularly on Fridays at 6 p.m. Scientific papers, innovations and new approaches to teaching mathematics and its application are presented at the Mathematical Colloquium. The lecturers are prominent scientists from Croatia, but very often these are foreign scientists as well. The scientific section is responsible for proper work of the Department of Applied Mathematics, as well as regular publishing of the scientific journal “Mathematical Communications”, which is exchanged with over 100 similar journals worldwide.

The teaching section organizes both summer and winter schools for gifted elementary and high-school pupils and mathematical competitions at all levels.

The engineering section takes care of professional development of its members by organizing presentations of new software, literature etc.

More information can be obtained from our former head: Prof. Radoslav Galić, or on the official web site:


Society for Communication, Computing, Electronics, Measurement and Control

Head: Prof. Nedjeljko Perić

KoREMA is a non-governmental and non-profit society founded in 1992. Furthermore, KoREMA is an interprofessional society of citizens enrolling scientists and professionals engaged in the fields of communications, computing, electronics measurement and automatic control and all others interested in the respective fields. KoREMA has its offices in Split, Rijeka and Osijek, while the office in Osijek (Slavonian branch) is located at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek.

 KoREMA is a member of the International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO) and a member of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC). So far, KoREMA has organized over 200 symposia, conferences and round tables and has published more than 180 conference proceedings with a bibliography of over 12. 024 entries. Moreover, since 1960 the Society has been periodically publishing the journal “Automatika”.

Anyone interested can become a member by signing the membership form, which has to be accepted by the Presidency and by paying the membership dues. Students can take advantage of paying discounted membership rates. Furthermore, all members regularly receive free samples of the journal “Automatika” and pay discounted conference fees.

For more information contact our Presidency member: Prof. Željko Hocenski, or visit the official site:


Materials Society

Head: Prof. Antun Pintarić

The Materials Society Osijek gathers and connects professionals of different profiles who deal with technical materials. The Society has about 20 active members in the Osijek-Baranja County.  For the purpose of promoting the role and significance of materials in engineering and everyday life, the Society organizes professional lectures on the development and application of state-of-the-art materials. Furthermore, the Society constantly updates its database with knowledge and experience of professionals (members and non-members) engaged in this field. The Society was founded in 1995, and is a member of both the Croatian Society for Materials and Tribology from Zagreb and Society of Engineers and Technicians Osijek.


Center for Refrigeration Systems

Head: Prof. Antun Pintarić

The Center for Refrigeration Systems works within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek. It carries out seminars called Refrigerant Management Plan. The Center is equipped with a demonstration model of a refrigeration device, a refrigerant collecting, purifying and recovery system, as well as refrigerant storage tanks and accompanying tools and equipment. Lecturers, prof. Antun Pintarić (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek), Antun Plašćak (Technical high school, Osijek) and Branko Škoro (SRAZ Ltd., Našice) are highly trained and licensed experts. The education encompasses refrigeration maintenance technicians from all five eastern Croatian counties. The aim of the seminar Refrigerant Management Plan (MP/CRO/90/099) is to introduce technicians to the dynamics of the phase out process of ozone depleting substances, prevention of CFC emission (R-11, R-12) during maintenance and disposal of refrigeration devices, but also to develop the habit of collecting and recycling refrigerants, get acquainted with substitutes and working mode of devices containing ozone depleting substances.

The Republic of Croatia has ratified the Montreal protocol and has accordingly assumed the obligation to phase out the consumption of certain refrigerants (R-11, R-12, R-502) by 2006 and distribution of R-22 by 2030. The initiator of these educational seminars is the Ministry of Environmental and Nature Protection, while professional support was provided by the Center for Technology Transfer of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Zagreb and UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization). The seminars are carried out in regional centers in Zagreb, Osijek, Rijeka and Split.  


Student union

The branch of the Student Union was formed and works within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek. It has a president and a vice president. The branch is composed of all students enrolled in the undergraduate study programme at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek.  

The branch elects five student representatives for the Faculty Council to a term of two academic years. Student representatives equally participate with other members of the Faculty Council, except in the procedures for obtaining Master’s and doctoral degrees.


The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek hosts the IAESTE branch (the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience). IAESTE is the world’s leading non-governmental organization with 85 full members from all over the world and  joint cooperation with UNESCO. IAESTE has been present in Croatia since 1952, and as an independent national association IAESTE Croatia since Croatia's international recognition on January 16, 1992.   IAESTE Croatia is composed of four local committees on four Croatian universities- Zagreb, Split, Rijeka and Osijek. The IAESTE local committee in Osijek was founded in 1986 and has been participating since then in the international student exchange programme involving the following faculties: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture in Osijek, and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod.



Croatian committee of the international council on large electric systems.

HRO CIGRE functions as a national CIGRE committee, 21, rue d'Artois, 75008 Paris. HRO CIGRE was founded on February 18, 1992, and was accepted as a national branch at the CIGRE congress on August 31, 1992 in Paris. HRO CIGRE develops technical knowledge and shares information related to energy generation, transmission and distribution. Areas of interest range from large equipment to state-of the-art power system analysis software. HRO CIGRE has 70 collective members and over 1900 individual members. The work of HRO CIGRE is organized in 16 Study Committees. Each Committee covers a specific technical domain and, if required, forms working groups. HRO CIGRE Symposia are held in odd number years and are attended by all Study Committees. In even number years specialist sessions and round tables are organized by one or more Study Committees.

For more information feel free to contact our scientific member of the Executive Board from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek: Prof. Srete Nikolovski or visit the official web site: