would like to invite you to a lecture of prof. Viacheslav Kovtun (Vinnytsia National Technical University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine) on “Effective Methods of
Publishing Papers in SCI Journals” that will be held in room RA201 at 13:30
on November 16, 2023. Prof. Kovtun is Head of the Department of Computer Control
Systems and he is currently at his research mobility at our faculty. The
mobility is financed by the Slovak Academic Information Agency.
Our colleague, Professor Ivan Cimrák, together with his team, participated in a research stay at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, USA. The mobility was part of a grant that was awarded to Professor Cimrák at the beginning of 2023. It's an MIT Seed Fund grant, which supports collaboration between research groups from around the world and research groups from MIT.
Part of the stay was also an invited lecture, at which Professor Cimrák presented research results at a regular seminar organized at the Department of Material Science and Engineering, MIT. In this way, research at FRI UNIZA reached the fifth most prestigious university in the world. The continuation of the cooperation will also be a reciprocal visit when Prof. Ming Dao and Dr. Yuhao Qiang will come to our faculty.
The scientific content of the grant concerns interdisciplinary cooperation between computational simulations (FRI UNIZA) and biological experiments with microfluidic devices (MIT). Specific research is in the field of inertial targeting of the cell stream with the aim of separating cancer cells and especially their cluster groupings.
We wish Prof. Cimrák and his research team (Mrs. Monika Smiešková, Mrs. Alžbeta Bugáňová and Mr. Michal Mulík) much success in their research activities.
On October 19 and 20, an Erasmus+ project meeting of the Bee with APEX project, which focuses on low-code programming, took place at our faculty.Participants from the following universities were included:
- - University of Maribor
- - University of Zagreb
- - University of Žilina
- - Kozminski University
- - International Hellenic University
- - Johannes Kepler University
During the meeting, the results achieved in the project were evaluated and other sub-tasks leading to the successful completion of the project were determined.We thank all participants, as well as those who in any way contributed to the successful course of the project meeting.
Our students had the opportunity to chat with them over coffee, tea, or soft drink, for example about their first experiences in Slovakia, or study opportunities at their home universities. In this way, we wish them a successful winter semester at our faculty, with many new experiences and friendships. At the same time, we would like to thank everyone who helped organize this successful event - especially, the local Erasmus Student Network group. We are looking forward to the next year.
13:00 - ceremony of matriculation of foreign students
13:10 - four presentations of foreign students - Faculty of Organisation and Informatics (University of Zagreb, Croatia), ISCTE - University Insititute of Lisbon (Portugal), ECE Paris (France), National University of Kaohsiung (Taiwan)
13:50 - tradicional Chinese tean
14:00 - Erasmus+ mobility in Porto - Matej Grochal, our student, and his experience
14:30 - ESN - Erasmus Student Network presentation, Ema Kukurucová
Do you miss the academic calendar on your mobile phone? Or do you use Thunderbird or Google Calendar? The web portal has added the option of adding the FRI academic calendar to your preferred application. You can find the procedure for importing the calendar into individual applications on the Internet. With this feature, you will never miss a faculty event again.
On September 8, 2023, in room RA201 at 10:00, our faculty will host an International Seminar aimed at supporting doctoral students and young researchers from partner countries. The seminar is organized with the support of the project Advanced Center for PhD Students and Young Researchers in Informatics (ACeSYRI) and Application of MSS Reliability Analysis for Electrical Low-Voltage Systems (AMRA). The projects are handled by a consortium of 12 institutions from the countries of the European Union and Kazakhstan within the framework of Capacity building in higher education (Erasmus+ K2) and their goal is to improve the research conditions of young scientists and doctoral students in informatics from Kazakh universities based on the development of international cooperation with universities from European countries of the Union.
|Stanislaw Czapp, Seweryn Szultka, Hanan Tariq, Vitaly Levashenko||Residual current devices tripping in the range from DC to AC 50 kHz|
|Stanislaw Czapp, Seweryn Szultka, Hanan Tariq||The cooperation of photovoltaic sources with the power grid|
Development of artificial intelligence in Kazakhstan
Digitalization of the agro-industrial complex of Kazakhstan in the context of the transition to a "green economy"
Thanks to the new Erasmus+ project (2023-1-SK01-KA171-HED-000135978), in the frame of the KA171 West Balkan call, our faculty will continue in exchange of students and teachers with three HEI from the Bosnia and Hercegovina:
- University of Sarajevo
- University of East Sarajevo
- Visoka skola "Logos centar" in Mostar
International Conference on Information and Digital Technologies 2023 will be held in Faculty of Management Science and Informatics from June 20, 2023, till June 22, 2023. This conference will provide an opportunity to learn about the latest research in the field of information technology. International seminars will also be held within the conference: Reliability and Safety, ACeSYRI and EWALD. Don't miss the presentation of the latest research in the field of information technology. In addition to the seminars, there will also be invited lectures that will be part of the conference program. These lectures will present the latest research results in various scientific fields of information technology and provide you with an insight into current trends and innovations. The conference program can be found here.
At the beginning of this year, the Faculty of Management Science and Informatics started work on the project "Earth Observation for Early Warning of Land Degradation at European Frontier" (EWALD) within the "European Union's Framework Program for Research and Innovation Horizon Europe - the Framework Program for Research and Innovation" (ID 101086250). 7 partner institutions from Portugal, Norway, Slovakia, Ukraine and Morocco are involved in the project. Our faculty is represented by a research group from the Department of Informatics. As part of this project, colleagues Dr. Oľga Sedlerová, Dr. Oľga Tytarenkova, Dr. Anna Kozlová and Dr. Iryna Piestová will visit our faculty this month. The main purposes of their visit are to participate in the international workshop EWALD organized as part of the IEEE IDT 2023 conference, to design the conceptual framework of the early warning system of land degradation developed under the EWALD project, as well as to prepare and present lectures on the analysis of satellite images of the Earth and the assessment of land degradation processes.
We invite you to the FRUCT 33 conference, which will take place from tomorrow (May 24) at our faculty. Don't miss the presentations of the latest information technology research. We also invite you for the keynote speeches done by the colleagues from our faculty and Polytechnic Šibenik.
On Thursday 25.5. from 1:00 p.m., the Oracle Cloud Analytics Day will take place as part of the conference, during which there will be presentations about the Oracle Academy, Oracle for Research, Oracle Cloud, analytics in the cloud and APEX.
Event schedule: https://www.fruct.org/conferences/FRUCT33_Program.pdf
You are invited.