Academic community of our faculty was for current winter semester enlarged by eleven incoming foreign students. Nine of them arrived in frame of Erasmus+ study mobility - from Croatia, Finland, France, Germany and Portugal. Two students arrived from Taiwan, for one academic year. We wish to all foreign students all the best, succes in study. We hope they will feel as at home. Beside study, our ESN UNIZA group prepared very interesting cultural and social program for them.
We prepared a new exhibition for our students. It is exhibition with posters about our Erasmus partner institutions from Portugal, Spain, France and Germany. Additionally, students can see several posters with pictures from Erasmus Experiences content, including results.
This exhibition is one way, how we would like to motivate our students to take part in Erasmus+ exchange program. Our faculty has more that 50 valid bilateral agreements. "Top destination" of our students is Jyvaskyla, Finland.
We started new version of our faculty web. New design is changed in frame of introduction of new university web. Let us know if you like this design. Contact: Patrik.Hrkut@fri.uniza.sk
On July 25th 2018, two presentations of foreign guests of our faculty will take place.
One presentation will have with title "Development of memory multi-level cells" will be prepared by colleagues from the University of Picardie, Amiens, France. Colleagues Igor Lukyanchuk and Anais Sene will visit our faculty in frame of cooperation on bilateral project “Multilevel logic units for neuromorphic computing". This project is supported by the Slovak Research and Development Agency.
Second presentation will have title "Geoinformation Technology and Remote Sensing applications". It will be prepared by Mrs. Iryna Piestova from Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth, Kiev, Ukraine. Mrs. Piestova is currently at her research mobility at our faculty. This mobility is financed by the National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic.
Both presentation will take place at 10.00 AM, in room RA201. Free entry.
We would like to invite you to take part in the first Missing Maps mapathon in Žilina.
A mapathon is a great opportunity for volunteers to digitally connect and map the most vulnerable places in the developing world so that local and international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) can use these maps and data to better respond to crises affecting these areas. Up to date maps are important for the success of many humanitarian organizations around the world in responding to disasters. Through Missing Maps, you can volunteer your time to help create these maps, and have a real impact on the delivery of healthcare in the field. Check out the video below to learn more about what a mapathon is, and check out our resources on how to host one below.
Day: July 4th 2018
Time: 4.30 - 8.00 PM
Place: RA012, Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Žilina
Are you interested in? Would you like to participate? Contact Mr. Peter Marton - Peter.Marton@fri.uniza.sk
Our faculty signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the IMB company. We believe that it will deepen current cooperation. Thanks the MoU will our students and teachers gain access to several software solutions of IBM, including possibility to apply for interesting traineeships, certificates for attractive price, new opportunities for PhD. students, etc.
We would like to invite you to take part at presentation of Mrs. Iryna Piestova from Institute of Geological Sciences of the Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Mrs. Piestova arrived to our faculty in frame of the National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic. In frame of her research mobility with duration of two months, she will participate in research in the area of multi-spectral satellite imagery analysis. The planed object of the research is to develop a new technique for European Sentinel-2 multi-spectral satellite imagery analysis with application methods for risk and reliability evaluation that have been developed by colleagues of the faculty. Her visit will be opportunity to continue the investigation of the Faculty of Management Science and Informatics (University of Žilina) and Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth (NAS of Ukraine) in project preparation in multi-spectral satellite imagery.
Day of presentation - Thursday, June 7th, 1.00 PM
Room - RA201
From September 29, 2017 to October 10, 2017 Huawei's "Seeds for the Future" program took place. This program was attended by 18 students from IT study programs from Universities from Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Two students from the Faculty of Management Science and Informatics (FMSI) of the University of Žilina (UNIZA) participated in this program too. During the program, students visited Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. In each city a varied program was prepared for program participants. During the first week in Beijing, students learned about Chinese culture and language. They even participated in the Chinese language course. They also visited historical monuments such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. During the second week, students were in Shenzhen, one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Students were given the opportunity to visit the Huawei headquarters and take part in interesting lectures and laboratory exercises. The program was aimed at understanding the principles of mobile networks. At Huawei's laboratories, students had the option of configuring their own 4G and 3G mobile station. All participants received a program completion certificate. The Seeds for the Future program has its continuation in Europe. A European Vocational Skills Week event will took place in Brussels in November 2017. Four best students were nominated to participate there. Student Patricia Tadanajová, a student of FMSI, is among the nominated students. We cordially congratulate this success!
The Department of Management Theories invites you to a lecture deals with "Manager as a coach". This special lecture will be led by Ing. Helena Ondrúšková, PhD., internal coach, Schaeffler Kysuce, Inc.
The lecture will take place on Friday, 11 May 2018 at 12:00, the room RC009.Invitation