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Prof. Aleš Holobar received the University of Maribor Award for Research, Art and Educational Work

Prof. Aleš Holobar received the University of Maribor Award for Research, Art and Educational Work

At the Rector's Day ceremony, on 27th of January 2020, Prof. Aleš Holobar received the University of Maribor Award for scientific research, artistic and educational work. His research focus is in the field of digital signal processing, especially in the field of biomedical signal analysis. In the last five years, he has published 34 articles in JCR journals and three chapters in a monograph. He has been leading one EU and two national research projects. Through his scientific research and educational work, he contributed significantly to the overall development of the University of Maribor.

Assit. Prof. Matej Črepinšek received the Recognition of the University of Maribor for Research, Art and Educational Work

Assit. Prof. Matej Črepinšek received the Recognition of the University of Maribor for Research, Art and Educational Work

At the Rector's Day ceremony, on 27th of January 2020, Assit. Prof. Matej Črepinšek received the Recognition of the University of Maribor for Research, Art and Educational Work. Assit. Prof. Matej Črepinšek is active in the field of evolutionary computing and domain-specific languages. In period from 2014 to 2019, he co-authored 10 articles in JCR journals (A '' = 130.21, A '= 304.96, A1/2 = 328.91). His research work is highly cited with 1055 citations in the last ten years. Through his scientific research and educational work, Assit. Prof. Matej Črepinšek contributed significantly to the overall development of the University of Maribor.

Žiga Leber received the Rector's Award

Žiga Leber received the Rector's Award

At the Rector's Day ceremony, on 27th of January 2020, Žiga Leber received the 2019 Rector's Award for the best academic achievement of students at the University of Maribor. Žiga graduated with the highest marks from the "Computer Science and Information Technology" Master's Degree Program at UM FERI and is currently enrolled in the "Computer Science and Informatics" Doctoral Program. His research focus is in the field of programming languages.

Presentations of the 11th generation of student projects of the Computer Science and Information Technology study program

The presentations of the 11th generation of the student projects of the Computer Science and Information Technology study program will be held on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 in the G2-ALFA Lecture Room (Koroška cesta 46, 2000 Maribor):

  • 12.00 - 14.00: "Blockchain", "Drone" and "Passive Floating Probe" projects (The academic-degree study programme)
  • 14.00 - 16.00: "Big Data" and "My Mobile App" projects (The professional higher education programme)

In order to better prepare our students for project and team work, the First Cycle Bologna Study Programmes are based on the idea of ​​project work, where students perform exercises in the framework of a larger project that is conducted in two semesters (the summer semester of the 2nd and the winter semester of the 3rd year). You can read more about student projects that we have been implementing for the eleventh year at https://cs.feri.um.si/za-studente/studentski-projekti/.

INFO FOR STUDENTS

ADDITIONAL PROJECT FOR STUDENTS

In addition to the "Blockchain platform for computer games" and "Artificial intelligence in autonomous driving" projects, offered in academic year 2019/2020, the students of the “Computer Science and Information Technologies" undergraduate Study Programme can select additional project "Passive Drifting Buoy". The number of vacancies is limited. Interested students can register till 31. 1. 2020 by sending an e-mail to zzz.project@um.si.