Official language of GNP 2020 Conference is English. 


Information provided on page Submit Paper .      


The presentations will be made either orally (MS PowerPoint) or by poster. Authors should choose the presentation method during the paper submission. Further instructions on oral presentation duration and poster size will be available after 15 February 2020. Poster preparation and printing is duty of authors, who should come to the Conference with the printed poster, ready to be exhibited. Oral presentations will be provided with the appropriate time for discussion. 


 Companies and institutions that would like to organise their presentations and exhibitions at the GNP 2020 Conference should contact Organising Committee by 30 January 2020, with prepared data about presentation/exhibition. Payment will be arranged with Organising Committee. List of companies and institutions who help the Conference financially will be published in the conference material, with the appropriate advertisement/presentation.


Information provided on page Accommodation.


GNP 2020 Organising Commitee plans to arrange transfer of conference participants and accompanying persons from Podgorica, Tivat and Dubrovnik sirports to Kolašin (9/10 March 2020) and backwards (14/15 March 2020). Transfer timetable will be arranged in order to meet needs of majotity of registered passengers. Detailed information will be available later.

Please, let us know (via e-mail as soon as posssible (by 25 February 2020 at the least) if you are interester in this transfer option in order to help us to organise it successfully.


Generally, March is winter month in Montenegro, with cold, snowy weather in mountains. Although we do not expect (big) snow in the town of Kolašin, good skiing conditions are expected on Bjelasica slopes.


 Montenegro is in CET zone, i.e. one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).


The currency of European Union (EUR) is used in Montenegro.


The voltage in Montenegro is 220V, with frequency of 50Hz. Plugs and sockets are as in the continental countries of Europe. 


A visa is not required for citizens of most European countries, for stay in Montenegro up to 30 days. A valid id card is required for citizens of EU countries. A valid passport is required for citizens of non-European and some European (non-EU) countries. A visa is necessary for citizens of most non-European countries. Additional information and instruction might be found at