Our faculty continues in cooperation with Brazil universities, in frame of iBrasil project.
On August 1st, Ms. Isabell Guimaraes started her research stay.
In previous academic years, four students from Brazil universities realized their study mobilities at our faculty.
Picture - Isabelle and Mr. Márton, faculty coordinator for international cooperation.
The researchers of the faculty received announcements about decision of the start of the Grant Agreement stage for two research projects, in frame of Horizon 2020 programme. Both project proposals are focused in field of application of the intelligent information systems in transportation and in field of application of management theories in transportation.
Brief information about both projects:
SKILLFUL - MG-8.3-2016 - RIA - proposal number 723989
Skills and competences development of future transportation professionals at all levels
GoF4R - S2R-OC-IP4-01-2016 - CSA - proposal number 730844
Governance of the Interoperability Framework for Rail and Intermodal Mobility
Content of the information meeting:
- Programs that offer scholarships to Slavic countries (Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
What are the conditions for obtaining a scholarship
What is the amount of scholarships
Dead-lines and a travel dates.
June 7th 2016, 11.00 AM, University Library
Our PhD. students took part in the competition for the best dissertation defended in 2015 organized by the Consortium Progres 3.
Mrs. Iveta Jancigova was awarded by 2nd place in the Health and applications in healthcare section with the dissertation "Modeling elastic objects in fluid flow with biomedical applications".
Mr. Miroslav Kvassay was awarded by 2nd place in the Information technology section with the dissertation "Reliability Analysis based on Logical Differential Calculus and Minimal Cut Set Methods".
We would like to invite you to take part in the seminar oriented to the application of the operation research methods in the railway enginnering - on Tuesday, May 31st 2016, at 08.30 A.M., in the room RA222:
Lectures are Dr. Ivan Belosevic and Assoc. Prof. Sanjin Milinkovic from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering and from the University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Ivan Belosevic - Stochastic Local Search: Fundamentals and Application in Railway Engineering
Sanjin Milinkovic - Soft Computing Techniques for Modelling Train Delays
Colleagues are at the Faculty of Management Science and Informatics in frame of the Erasmus+ teaching mobility - partner program countries.
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Dear candidates for PhD. study programs,
information concerning admission for the PhD. study was announced in web link (in Slovak language):
There are list of list of offered PhD. themes and link to electronic admission.
Study program offered in English: applied informatics, intelligent information systems and management.
Description of the study programs - document.
Dead-line for admission for the PhD. study: May 31st 2016
Admission procedure: June 23rd and June 24th 2016
Contact person: assoc. prof. Ing. Peter Márton, PhD. - vice-dean for science and research; e-mail: Crgre.Znegba@sev.havmn.fx
Summer school - Skoda auto
Students of Faculty of Management Science and Informatics are invited to take part in the second summer school "Škoda auto university". The summer school is organized in cooperation with partner institutions from Poland, Germany and Finland. Our university will be represented by six students.
assoc. prof. Mgr. Jakub Soviar, PhD.
Department of Management Theories
Faculty student volleyball team won two trophies in last days.
Our students were successful in the challenge cup of UNIZA volleyball league and in the challenge cup of the traditional tournament among UNIZA faculties.
Faculty of Management Science and Informatics became the associated member of the HIGHTS project (High Precision Positioning for Cooperative-ITS), financed by H2020.
Assoc. Prof. Peter Márton took part in the workshop "Fundamentals of GNSS for ITS applications", from May 9th till May 11th. The workshop was organized in frame of the COST project - TU1302 - Satellite Positioning Performance Assessment for Road Transport (SaPPART).