- Department of Hydraulics
- Department of Hydrogeology and Groundwater
- Department of Hydraulic Reclamation
- Department of Erosion and Torrent Control
- Department of River Engineering
- Department of Water Supply, Sewerage, and Water Protection
- Department of Dams, Hydropower, Mines, and Roads
- Department of Scientific Research and Information Technology
- Current Activities
- Transition Countries and Water as a Factor of Stability
- IWA Specialist Belgrade Groundwater Conference 2016
- Milankovitch Anniversary UNESCO Symposium
- Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources
- Emerging Pollutants in Water
- IWA Specialist Groundwater Conference 2011
- YWP Conference 2010
- Groundwater Management Belgrade 2007
- International Projects
- Group for Numerical Analysis
- Hydro Engineering History Forum
- Hydro Engineering Areas
- Significant Serbian Hydrotechnic Engineers
- Significant Hydrotechnical Objects
- Hydrotechnical Archive
- Education and Training
JCI’s popular annual monograph contains summaries of outstanding scientific works or exceptional projects which have undergone stringent editorial selection, or have been presented at the most significant domestic or international conferences.
The annual monograph is issued in Serbian at a run of 1000 copies. It is printed in full color with rich illustrations in B5 format, with an average of 500 pages per issue.
It is not distributed commercially; however, it is available to libraries and universities upon request.
Extract from Foreword
“Management of Serbia’s Water Resources” is a monograph presented in the form of a collection of representative works of researchers from the Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources in nearly all water management segments. Some groups of articles are of special significance because they address several major concerns of the Serbian population and economy, including:
In addition to the listed core activities of the Institute, the monograph addresses specific areas from a multidisciplinary perspective, such as: the effects of geotechnical phenomena (landslides and rockfalls) on water management, seismic effects on the emergence of mineral water, thermal analyses of arch dams, monitoring of tunnels, and the application of isotope techniques in assessments of interactions of surface water and groundwater."