Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI)

The Jožef Stefan Institute, SURFBIO project coordinator and GREENER project partner, is holding the event.

It is the leading Slovenian scientific research institute, covering a broad spectrum of basic and applied research.

Visit JSI Environment Sciences department website.

Reaktor - JSI

Where is placed

The JSI has two centers in Ljubljana: one in the city center and other on the outskirts. The event will be held at the second one: Reactor center Podgorica (Brinje, 40).

Reactor center

The Reactor centre near Ljubljana was built in 1966. Knowledge in the fields of nuclear science and technology was very useful for the construction and operation of Slovenia's first nuclear power plant, in Krško, and subsequently for conducting radiation measurements, safety analysis, and the training of nuclear experts.

Getting the JSI- Reaktor

Central bus station

By regional bus (from Central bus station)

No bus card needed. 1€ per trip paid to the bus driver.

Direct connection from the Central Bus Station (15 minutes). For bus numbers - Ask at the ticket office or drivers. Schedules on Google Maps.

By city bus (LPP company)

Bus card is needed.

There is no direct connection by city bus. The buses most used are numbers 8 and 6, which take you to a stop (Sava or Jezica) where you can take the number 21 to the Reaktor.

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The organisation will offer a shuttle service from Ljubljana city centre to the Reactor (JSI)

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana - City centre

Ljubljana is Slovenia's capital and the largest city of the country. With 293,000 population is one of the smallest European capitals. It’s never crowded – but also never boring. 50,000 university students give it its youthful appeal, and as an economic and cultural hub of Slovenia, it has a lot to offer to locals and visitors alike.

Ljubljana is the winner of the European Best Destination 2022! See more.

Getting Ljubljana

Ljubljana Airport

By plane

Ljubljana has its own airport, but the airports of Venice, Zagreb, Trieste or Graz are also very accessible.

Connections from external airports can be made through transport companies such as Flixbus, GoOpti or TripstAir (the best option for Venice-Ljubljana)

By bus/ train

If your home town is closer to Ljubljana you can check road travel options with local or international transport companies (Flixbus).

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The organisation will offer a shuttle service from Ljubljana city centre to the Reactor (JSI)