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Participants

  1. Faculty of Electrical Engineering – University of Ljubljana
  2. Military Academy “General Mihailo Apostolski” – Skopje, associate member of University “Goce Delchev”-Shtip
  3. Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering – University Sts. Cyril and Methodius-Skopje
  4. Medical Faculty – University of Ljubljana

Faculty of Electrical Engineering – University of Ljubljana

University of Ljubljana is one of the three universities in Slovenia. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) was founded in 1919 as a unit of the Technical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana. The main mission of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is the education of electrical engineering experts. The field of electrical engineering has come a long way from being simply the science of electrical current and voltage. Today, alongside electronics and power engineering, the Faculty is also active in the fields of telecommunications and automation. All fields are integrated with computer and IT sciences, including the most up-to-date communications tools, Internet developments and multimedia solutions.

Regular undergraduate studies consist of the university and higher professional education study programme (1st cycle Bologna programme). Upon completion, graduates can continue their studies in the Masters programme (2nd cycle Bologna programme), as well as a doctoral study programme (3rd cycle Bologna programme). Besides these study programmes the Faculty of Electrical Engineering also provides further professional training and supplementary education for experts from various technical fields. For these purposes it organises and implements shorter seminars of a few days’ duration. Special attention is devoted to the education of junior researchers who – under the guidance of university professors – are introduced to research and teaching work.

To date, over 10,450 engineers, diploma engineers and university diploma engineers have completed undergraduate studies within the Faculty. Postgraduate studies have been completed by over 1,050 Masters students and 550 Doctoral students. Each year approximately 750 students enrol into Year 1 of all study programmes. On an annual basis we see undergraduate studies being completed by 280 students and postgraduate studies being completed by 80 students.

The research activities of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering are very diverse. There are 34 active research labs at the faculty, undertaking 15 research programmes, 1 infrastructure programme and 40 research projects of the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS); i.e. 17 fundamental projects, 15 applicative projects, 5 sub-doctoral projects, and 3 target development projects. The Faculty also participates in 23 bilateral projects with 13 countries and 103 commercial projects for domestic and foreign companies. The Faculty is included in 3 Centres of Excellence (CO BIK, NAMASTE and VESOLJE) and 5 Competence Centres. Furthermore the Faculty participates in 11 projects of the European Communities 7th Framework Programme and 3 projects of the Tempus programmes. In 2011, the Faculty acquired 11 new mentorship positions for junior researchers.

The Digital Signal, Image and Video Processing Laboratory (LDOS) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering has a highly experienced team of researchers. The laboratory is organised into several research groups. Head of the Laboratory is Prof. Jurij F. Tasič.

Research, development and projects

The main research area is multimedia signal processing with emphasis on image and video processing, coding, visual object segmentation, tracking, and recognition. Real-time and parallel algorithm implementations are also investigated. However, through intensive involvement in international R&D projects during the last decade, the team's profile has changed. A lot of research effort is now dedicated to content search and retrieval mechanisms. It is based on content descriptors and semantic knowledge representations, supported by personalization algorithms and adaptive user interfaces. The Laboratory is one of the leading developers of new interactive multimedia services for the emerging fields of interactive television, peer-to-peer networks, distributed multimedia databases, remote video surveillance and medical teleconsulting. Our list of expertise includes networking, content search and storage in distributed systems, interactive television technologies (TV-Anytime, MPEG 21), personalized multimedia content retrieval, tele- medical applications, pattern recognition and intelligent systems and other multimedia related technologies.

During the last 10 years the Laboratory has been participating in several international consortia, conducting applied industrial research with research partners that include Philips, Nokia, BBC, NOB, IMEC, RAI, Optibase and Fraunhofer Institute.

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Activities

  • 23.11.2017 – 02.12.2017,
    Training mission / WS9 - Ljubljana / Celje
  • - The training mission/WS9
    - Photo Gallery

  • 24.10.2017,
    Promotional WS - Skopje
  • - The workshop
    - Photo Gallery

  • 24.09.2017 – 29.09.2017,
    EADRCC Exercise - Tuzla,
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • - The exercise
    - Photo Gallery

  • 08.06.2017 - 17.06.2017,
    Training mission 8-15 June in Ljubljana / Celje;
    24-th International Symposium of Urgent Medicine 15-17 June in Portoroz;
    WS8 15–16 June in Portoroz
  • - The events
    - Photo Gallery

  • 15.05.2017 – 18.05.2017,
    EADRCC Conference - Tuzla,
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • - The conference
    - Photo Gallery

  • 09.04.2017 – 11.04.2017,
    Second Year Annual Workshop,
    Workshop 7 - Skopje
  • - The workshop
    - Photo Gallery
    - Video SK1
    - Video SK2

  • 20.03.2017,
    Directors meeting – Ljubljana
  • - Directors meeting
    - Photo Gallery

  • 25.11.2016 – 03.12.2016,
    Training mission – Ljubljana / Celje
  • - The training mission
    - Photo Gallery

  • 18.10.2016,
    Directors meeting – Ljubljana
  • - The meeting
    - Photo Gallery

  • 04.09.2016 – 05.09.2016,
    Workshop 6 – Ohrid
  • - The workshop
    - Photo Gallery

  • 07.06.2016 – 11.06.2016,
    Workshop 5 – Ljubljana / Portoroz
  • - The workshop
    - Photo Gallery

  • 03.04.2016 – 05.04.2016,
    Workshop 4 – Skopje
  • - The workshop
    - Photo Gallery

  • 23.02.2016,
    Local WS3 – Military Academy in Skopje
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 20.01.2016 – 24.01.2016,
    Training workshop – MRMI – Ljubljana/Novo Mesto
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 02.10.2015 – 03.10.2015,
    Workshop 3 – Ohrid
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 18.06.2015 - 19.06.2015,
    Workshop 2 – Ljubljana
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 14.05.2015,
    Local WS2 – Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering in Skopje
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 05.05.2015,
    Local WS1 – Military Academy in Skopje
  • - Photo Gallery

  • 08.04.2015,
    Workshop 1 – Ljubljana