September 22-27, 2013, Dubrovnik, Croatia
The local organizing committee wishes to thank all participants for a very successfull conference!

You can find some of the images in the gallery. Additionally, you can also download plenary lectures' presentations as well as all the presentations from the panels.

Please beware of invitations for publishing from journals not related to the conference! Official invitation will be distributed only from the sdewes conference email, and will have a conference header and an option to accept or decline the invitation.

If you attended the conference, make sure you log in into the conference system and fill our post-conference survey.

You can find the SDEWES2013 digital proceedings in the download zone of the conference system.

Quick tips for getting to (and around) the city from Dubrovnik airport

Atlas company has bus lines (shuttle) to Dubrovnik centre, buses depart after arrival of every regular flight. The price is around 5 EUR and it will take you to Dubrovnik centre from where you can catch a public transportation bus (or taxi) to your hotel.
This is the public transportation map, the bus from the airport will leave you at Pile and you need to go to Lapad:

The alternative would be to take a taxi from the airport (about 35-50 EUR to the city). The distance between the airport and the city is 22 km.

As you will need to use public bus transportation for getting around in Dubrovnik maybe you should consider buying a Dubrovnik card as it includes both bus rides and free entrance to some of Dubrovnik's sights and more. You can see detailed information on their site


Printable maps of Babin kuk (conference venue and surroundings) and city centre (welcome reception) will be available soon.

The venue address:
University of Dubrovnik
Ćira Carića 4
20000 Dubrovnik

Conference venue
University of Dubrovnik
Welcome reception
Museum of Modern Art
Opening session
Valamar Lacroma hotel

Prikaži View larger map

Timetable of the city bus lines can be downloaded from the Libertas bus company web page, as well as an interactive bus network.

Welcome reception (on 22nd September @19:30) venue:

Museum of Modern Art

Just a short walk away from the Old Town, the wonderful former Banac Mansion contains four floors and nine rooms of exhibition space, with a permanent collection that includes many works by Cavtat-born Vlaho Bukovac, alongside challenging contemporary shows.

To get to the Museum we suggest the following routes:

Opening session (on 23rd September @09:00) venue:

Valamar Lacroma hotel

Nestled in glorious seclusion amidst the lush greenery of the Babin Kuk peninsula, the cutting edge architecture and style sets the standard for Croatian hospitality

To get to Valamar Lacroma hotel we suggest the following routes: