Dean: Prof. Borut ŽALIK, PhD
Vice-Dean of Education: Prof. Bojan GRČAR, PhD
Vice-Dean of Research: Prof. Dušan GLEICH, PhD
Vice-Dean for Student Affairs: Pia PREBEVŠEK
- THE DEAN
has the powers and responsibilities in accordance with the charter, he is the professional head of the faculty. Appointed by the Rector on the proposal of the Senate.
- THE ACADEMIC ASSEMBLY
is formed by all university teachers, scientific workers and university associates. Student representatives also participate in the work of the Academic Assembly.
- THE SENATE
is a professional body formed by 16 university teachers and 5 student representatives. The Dean is a member of The Senate by default.
- THE STUDENTS COUNCIL
is composed of representatives of students. The Student Council shall consider and give advice which relates to the rights and obligations of students.
- THE MANAGEMENT BOARD
consists of 6 members and decides on business, material and financial transactions with financial founds.
Academic and research work is conducted at the following institutes:
Institute of Automation
The Institute of Automation conducts basic and applied research in the field of electrical and high precision measurements of electrical and non-electrical quantities, measurement automation, signal processing and remote control, sensor systems, system theory and control, modelling, identification, computer control of processes, system design and automation, software in automation, expert systems in automation, fuzzy control systems, man-machine communication, electro-optics systems, programmable logic control systems and real-time control systems.
Institute of Electronics and Telecomunnications
The Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications was established in 2006 by merging the Institute of Electronics and the Institute of Telecommunications. Its primary research areas are speech recognition, language technology, multimedia systems, digital signal processing, electronic circuits, digital filters, microcomputer systems, formal verification of distributed systems, development of concurrent telecommunication services and protocol stacks. The Institute encourages the transfer of research results to next generation networks.
Institute of Electrical Power Engineering
Research work at the Institute of Power Engineering is divided into the following three fields: 1) electromagnetic devices; 2) production, transmission and distribution of electrical energy; and 3) power system control. Research in the field of electromagnetic devices focuses on numerical methods. In terms of electrical energy, research explores optimisation processes, reliability and the quality of electric energy. The last research field involves modernisation of power system control.
Institute of Robotics
The Institute of Robotics performs basic and applied research for the development and building of robot systems, production automation, sensor systems, control theory, modelling, identifications, computer process control, industrial robotics, servo-systems, robot controllers, real-time control systems, advanced control algorithms for the control of position, speed and torque.
Institute of Computer Science
Its main research areas are computer graphics, artificial intelligence, computer animation, multimedia, programming languages, computer architecture, medical informatics, software engineering, signal and image processing and system software.
Institute of Informatics
The Institute of Informatics conducts research in the field of software engineering with specific focus on object-oriented methods and tools, information system design, intelligent system supporting system engineering activities, expert system design, database design as well as design and implementation of software quality management methodologies.
Institute of Mathematics and Physics
The Institute of Mathematics and Physics participates in research conducted at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics of the University of Ljubljana.
Institute of Media Communications
The Institute of Media Communications is still in its start-up phase. It focuses on interdisciplinary research in the field of radio and TV production, information systems and graphic communication.
The institutes are divided into 30 laboratories.
Please see the organisational diagram.