Prof. dr. Tatjana Welzer and assist. prof. dr. Marko Hölbl from the Institute of Informatics have been guests on TV Slovenia 1 in the TV show Slovenska kronika (Slovenian Chronicle) on the importance of cyber security for the European Union and the acquisition of two projects from the Horizon 2020 program by the Institute of Informatics.
LEAP Summit brings people from all over the world at one place to learn and network together in order to solve most pressing challenges of our time. The focus of the conference is on multidisciplinary themes connected to entrepreneurship, innovation, digital technologies and inspiration. It consists of Pre – Summit (27 – 28 March) and Summit (29 – 30 March) and the summit gathers more than 3,000 participants from 40+ countries!
Prof. dr. Matjaz Debevc has obtained a free academic license to use the prototyping tool for mobile and web applications. JustInMind is one of the leading tools for easy and quick production of interactive prototypes, which are also made using existing application templates. Designed prototypes operate almost as normally running applications, which can then be tested with potential end-users. JustInMind tool will be used by students for the subjects that will need to build prototype applications. More about tool: https://www.justinmind.com
The European Commission has announced the launch of four cybersecurity pilot projects in the Horizon 2020 programme with a total value of more than 60 million EUR. The Institute of Informatics is a participant in two of the four selected projects. Both projects are led by the Laboratory for Data Technologies:
An interview about how programs for detecting similar content are operating has been held with assist. prof. dr. Milan Ojsteršek from the Institute of Computer Science. You can view the complete snapshot of the show HERE.
The Call for enrolment for the study year 2019/2020 is published. The candidates can find the application and admission procedure for foreign citizens of non EU member states and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship for the 1st year of undergraduate study programmes at the University of Maribor under the Timetable of the admission procedure for foreign students.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (UM FERI) is an internationally recognised, ambitious technical faculty, which successfully transfers top technical knowledge into industry. We are one of the largest faculties in Slovenia with about 1900 full-time students, 640 freshmen students and 289 staff. Till now over 9000 students have graduated and almost 300 doctoral theses were defended at our faculty.
FERI offers 10 undergraduate, 7 masters and 3 doctoral degree study programmes in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Informatics, Media Communications, Telecommunications and Mechatronics.
In study year 2019/2020 we plan to offer the following Study Programmes in English:
Undergarduate Study Programme in Electrical Engineering
Undergarduate Study Programme in Computer Science and Information Technologies
Master's Programme in Computer Science and Information Technologies
Master's Programme in Informatics and Technologies of Communication
Doctoral Programme in Electrical Engineering
Doctoral Programme in Computer Science and Informatics