Admir Greljo, a graduate of Richmond Park College in Sarajevo, is living in Switzerland for several years, where he was hired as a researcher at the prestigious CERN, the world's largest physics laboratory, the president is the Association for the Advancement of Science and Technology (ANNT), which is organizing this year's "STEM Youth Camp" in Konjic.
Greljo was given the opportunity to improve his knowledge in the field of particle physics in three European cities, Ljubljana, where he completed his doctorate and postdoctoral studies in Zurich and Mainz. He points out that all this took a full seven years of serious work and dedication, which ultimately resulted in a two-year position at CERN's Department of Theoretical Physics.
He is currently engaged in theoretical subatomic particle physics investigating the finest building blocks of matter. So, he examines what the basic particles are, what their properties are, and how they interact.