The initiative Ladies in Informatics was founded with a goal of uniting female scientists with related research interests in the domains of computer science and informatics. The team members are ready to inspire others to reduce gender gap differences in STEM fields.
Aida Kamišalić Latifić. Female Engineer of the Year title for 2019. January 2020.
Tatjana Welzer. Slovenian Congress Ambasador of the Year title for 2019 given by Slovenian Convention Bureau. November 2019.
Aida Kamišalić Latifić. Award for research in 2019 given by University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. November 2019.
Lucija Brezočnik. Award for professional excellence in 2019 given by University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. November 2019.
Goran Mausa, Tihana Galinac Grbac, Lucija Brezocnik, Vili Podgorelec and Marjan Hericko. Best paper award given by SQAMIA 2019 workshop. September 2019.
Gregor Polancic, Pavlo Brin, Saša Kuhar, Gregor Jošt and Jernej Huber. Best CEE Forum Paper Award 2019 given by 17th International Conferences on Business Process Management. September 2019.
Marjan Heričko, Alen Rajšp in Tina Beranič. Best poster award given by DAMSS 2018 Data Analysis Methods for Software Systems workshop. December 2018.
Saša Brdnik. Award for outstanding student work in 2018 given by University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. November 2018.
Alen Rajšp, Tina Beranič and Marjan Heričko. Best paper award given by LTEC 2018 – 7th International Conference On Learning Technology For Education Challenges. August 2018.
Katja Kous. Award for professional excellence in 2016 given by University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. December 2016.
SmartVillages aims to bring together policymakers, business, academia and civil society in a quadruple helix approach to improve the framework for innovation through effective forms of stakeholder involvement facilitated by Information and Communication Technologies.
The purpose of the EkoSmart program is to develop a smart city ecosystem with all the support mechanisms necessary for efficient, optimized and gradual integration of individual areas into a unified and coherent system of value chains.
The aims of this project are to investigate and explore the challenges of building a shared understanding of the skills and competence needs of graduates to help European Companies respond to the current global technical challenges.
A group of female staff members of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science who founded an initiative Ladies in Informatics in 2018 is uniting female scientists with related research interests in the domains of computer science and informatics. To break down stereotypes and strengthen our bond, the members of Ladies in informatics are playing different sports with their male colleagues. The first sport that was being played is football, frequently believed to be a male sports game.