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News

  • Tuesday, 30 September 2014 10:59 ICIST 2015

    First Call For Papers

  • Wednesday, 10 September 2014 13:34 ESP conference

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) AND NEW LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGIES

     

    SYNERGIES OF LANGUAGE LEARNING

  • Tuesday, 05 November 2013 10:59 The first issue of The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes

    The first issue of The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is available online, at http://espeap.junis.ni.ac.rs/index.php/espeap/issue/current.

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  • Wednesday, 09 October 2013 09:36 Continued cooperation with Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    The Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš, together with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim and the University of Banja Luka, have implemented an international project "Norwegian, English and Serbian cooperation platform for university and industry in ICT R&D (NORBAS)", funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway, under the framework of the Programme for Higher Education, Research and Development (HERD), with duration from 2012 to 2014.

    The main goals of the project are training of PhD students, modernization of teaching activities, joint research, and the formation of the Center for Technology Transfer at the Innovation Centre of the University of Banja Luka. Two candidates from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš, Nemanja Zdravković and Miodrag Spasić are in parallel enrolled at PhD studies at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš and the Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering in Trondheim.They will spend two semesters in Trondheim, and four semesters in Niš. Miodrag Spasić works in the field of Control Systems under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Dragan Antić and Prof. Dr. Morten Hovd, and Nemanja Zdravković's research activities are in the field of Telecommunications under the joint supervision of Prof. Dr. Goran T. Đorđević and Prof. Dr. Kimmo Kansanen. Their stay in Norway, professional literature, participation in conferences and financial support are provided by NORBAS project. They are expected to obtain a PhD degree, to be issued by both universities. Also, two students from Banja Luka, Dijana Vuković and Mladen Velotić, work in the fields of Computer Science and Digital Signal Processing, under the dual supervision of professors Z. Đurić and D. Gligoroski, i.e. Z. Babić and I. Balasingham, from Banja Luka and Trondheim.

    The regular meeting of professors and PhD students from the three institutions was held at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš, in the period from 16th to 18th September. The participants analyzed the results achieved in the project and agreed on the next steps. Visitors from Norway and Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, visited the University of Niš, Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš and its laboratories, industrial partners in the project (SENTRONIS and ALFATEC), as well as the research group in the field of histology and embryology and Institute of Treatment and Rehabilitation Niška Banja, working within the Medical Faculty.

    In the rector's office of the University of Niš, guests from Norway and Banja Luka were welcomed by Prof. Dr. Nenad Pavlović, vice-rector for scientific work and publishing activities. Prof. Pavlović acquainted guests with the development and the potential of the University of Niš. Moreover, Prof. Pavlović and Jelena Čivljak, International Relations Officer, presented the facts related to the several years of successful cooperation between the University of Niš and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in the field of student exchange. Tore Jørgensen, Head of the Administrative Department of Research, Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, said he expected to further strengthen the existing cooperation, which was established through NORBAS project and scholarships for students of the University of Niš to stay in Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He announced that the next step will be the first joint proposal of the three universities in the field of smart grid technologies. Also, Tore Jørgensen commended the infrastructures of the University of Niš and the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, and a good relation of two industrial partners in the project (ALFATEC and SENTRONIS) with the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš.

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    Prof. Dr. Nenad Pavlović, vice-rector of the University of Niš, had a conversation with the representatives of NTNU, University of Banja Luka and Faculty of Electronic Engineering


    At the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš, the guests visited Laboratory for Systems Modeling, Simulation and Control, Laboratory for Telecommunications, Laboratory for Acoustics, Multimedia Laboratory, Power Networks Laboratory, lecture halls, library and reading room of the Faculty, Accounting and Dean's office.

    Prof. Dr. Dragan Denić, vice-dean for the science at Electronic Engineering in Niš, welcomed the guests from Norway and the Republic of Srpska. During his presentation, Professor Denić said that the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš is a leading research institution in south east Serbia and that currently there are more than 2,000 students at the undergraduate level and more than 120 students at the PhD level. He pointed out that the PhD students have much more papers in SCI (Science Citation Index) list journals than the prescribed norms and at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, special attention is paid to PhD studies as the basis of research, as well as to the knowledge transfer between academia and industry.

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       Тhree-day meetings within the NORBAS project were held at the dean's office of Faculty of Electronic Engineering

    Miodrag Spasić, a joint PhD student, is a researcher at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš as a member of Laboratory for System Modeling, Simulation and Control. Ass. Prof. Darko Mitić and Ass. Prof. Marko Milojković organized a guest tour through the three parts of this laboratory, one with researchers workspace, second with advanced equipment for designing advanced control methods - magnetic levitator, crane, DC motor, twin rotor system, ABS (Antilock Braking System), inverse pendulum and third part, a modern computer lab for students with the industry control equipment based on PLC (programmable logic controller) and SCADA systems.

    Prof. Dr. Dejan Milić presented to the guests the teaching and research activities of the Laboratory for Telecommunications, which employs Nemanja Zdravković, PhD student in the field of Telecommunications. Guests were introduced to the scientific results in the field of wireless, optical, satellite and classical telecommunications, as well as the results related to signal processing, quantization and error-control coding. Among the equipment presented on this occasion, it is worth to mention a modern spectrum analyzer, network analyzer, complete equipment for VoIP, and advanced Dell workstation for simulation analysis. During the visit, several practical realization of student projects in the field of telecommunications, developed by students during the laboratory exercises, were presented. The visitors showed interest in the experiment regarding optical communication in free space (Free Space Optics - FSO) which aims to develop an adequate model of fading due to turbulence in different atmospheric conditions.

    Professor Dejan Ćirić presented study and research activities within the Laboratory for Acoustics. He introduced both commercial and non-commercial equipment of this lab. The guests had an opportunity to see audio analyzer, audio interfaces, sound cards, transducers (microphones and loudspeakers), special sound sources (spherical source with 12 independent channels in the form of dodecahedron), spherical microphone array, model of anechoic chamber, etc. Special interest of the guest was directed to the devices and facilities made in the lab, in whose realization the students had an important role within the projects and final (diploma) works.

    Professor Dejan Ćirić described the purpose of Multimedia Laboratory, consisting of three parts: audio, video and data part. The audio part of this lab was presented with recording studio as its main component. The research activities of video and data group were presented, and students’s results and projects were demonstrated. Besides, the possibilities for recording spatial sound (multichannel sound) were also demonstrated.

    Miodrag Stojanović, MSEE, presented the equipment in the Power Networks Laboratory and introduced the guests to the research activities of the group leaded by Professor Dragan Tasić. Activities of Power Networks Laboratory are focused towards optimization of electrical distribution networks, distribution automation and distributed generation. A demonstration system for remote monitoring and control of medium voltage distribution network is implemented in the laboratory. The system consists of SCADA server, data concentrator, three remote terminal units (RTU), testing facility with automatic circuit recloser (15 kV), vacuum circuit breaker (12 kV), SF6 switch (24 kV) and air-disconnector (24 kV). Laboratory also posses the equipment for testing all operational functions of modern digital protective relays, as well as calibration of power meters and transducers.

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     Detail from Laboratory for Systems Modeling, Simulation and Control

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    Detail from Power Networks Laboratory

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    Detail from Laboratory for Telecommunications

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    Detail from Laboratory for Acoustics


      Prof. Zdenka Babić from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Banja Luka, Ass. Prof. Vesna Ljubojević from the Medical Faculty in Banja Luka and Mladen Velotić, a joint PhD student at the University of Banja Luka and the NTNU, visited the Department of Histology and Embryology, Medical Faculty, and were introduced to the research of Prof. Ivan Nikolić and Ass. Prof. Aleksandar Petrović. Ass. Prof. Aleksandar Petrović had discussions with colleagues regarding the creation and implementation of nerve impulses in nerve cells, as well as the role of glial cells in the modulation of these signals in the central and peripheral nervous systems. Also, the discussion included the need to adapt the software systems for the simulation of the forming and transmission of nerve impulses to the complexity of the material relevant anatomical and microscopic parts of the central and peripheral nervous system. Ass. Prof. Petrović with colleagues Prof. Babić and Ass. Prof. Ljubojević began discussions on future cooperation.

    In the Institute for the Treatment and Rehabilitation in Niška Banja, the director of the Institute Professor. Dr. Marina Deljanin-Ilić spoke with Tore Jørgensen, Head of the Administrative Department of Research, Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, about the possibility of participation of employees from this part of the Medical faculty in the projects in the field of cardiology and rheumatology, as well as in the field of the application of digital signal processing in cardiology and rheumatology, which could be funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway. Also, Tore Jørgensen was interested in the possibilities of rehabilitation of Norwegian patients at the Institute Niška Banja. Prof. Dr. Marina Deljanin-Ilić informed guests from Norway and Banja Luka about the latest methods of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, which are applied in Niška Banja. Guests from Norway and Banja Luka wеrе able to visit clinics for diagnosis and rehabilitation within the Radon, as well as the Wellness center. Tore Jørgensen was astonished with modern equipment at the Institute and accommodation capacity of Radon. He announced that he will convey his impressions to the persons in charge of the Programme for Higher Education, Research and Development, and will also propose to Professor Marina Deljanin-Ilić to properly present the information on the opportunities for rehabilitation in Niška Banja to interested parties in Norway.

    Guests from Trondheim and Banja Luka visited the laboratory and manufacturing facility of the Research and Development Center SENTRONIS a.d., which was created as a spin-off company of Swiss company SENTRON AG. Marjan Blagojević, MSEE, introduced guests to the high-tech instruments for magnetic fields and electric currents measure, which are produced in SENTRONIS, as well as the modern equipment used at SENTRONIS. Guests were able to see the original product of SENTRONIS, a Dual Clamp-On Transducer DC Microammeter, which is used for location of leakage current through the insulation. This instrument is used for the localization of defects or malfunctions without cutting wires and removing the insulation. Also, a a three-dimensional low-noise teslameter based on using a Hall element with a resolution as NMR teslameter was presented to guests. Visitors from Norway were surprised by the modern equipment in SENTRONIS, as well as their commercial products.

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    Prof. Dr. Marina Deljanin-Ilić had a conversation with guests from Trondheim and Banja Luka

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    Visitors from Norway visited the premises where teaching is being

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    Prof. Dr. Zoran Stajić presented the Research and Development Center "Alfatec" in which the guests visited the sectors of energy management, renewable energy, and information and communication technology. Prof. Zoran Stajić introduced several original products of this company, such as different types of measurement and information systems and advanced Power Loggers, used for continuous monitoring of electricity consumption, followed by a series of information and communication and control modules, different software solutions for remote monitoring and control systems (SCADA applications), software to view the data and automatically generate standard reports, several practical realization of photovoltaic power plants whose operation is monitored from remote centers, and so on. It was demonstrated how these solutions fit into modern Smart Grids technologies. Guests had the opportunity to see that there is a strong connection between the latest scientific advances to the production process of modern devices in the RDC "Alfatec".

    In the company Feniks BB, Prof. Dr. Bratislav Blagojević presented the process of designing and producing equipment for heating, cooling and air conditioning to the guests from Norway.

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    Details from SENTRONIS and ALFATEC

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    Goran T. Đorđević, Milena Ljubičić and Tore Jørgensen in front of the building of Faculty of Electronic Engineering

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    Detail from Laboratory for Systems Modeling, Simulation and Control

  • Thursday, 11 October 2012 12:13 First International Conference on Teaching English

    Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Niš, organises the First International Conference on Teaching English for Specific Purposes, to be held on May 17th – 19th 2013.(http://esp.elfak.rs/)

  • Friday, 14 September 2012 14:49 i-RISC project

    PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in the field of Telecommunications are invited to participate in the FP7 STREP project "Innovative Reliable Chip Designs from Low-Powered Unreliable Components (i-RISC)"

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  • Monday, 26 March 2012 14:51 PhD research fellowship positions

    Two PhD research fellowship positions at the University of Niš, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, within the framework of the project: Norwegian (NOR), Bosnian (BA) and Serbian (S) cooperation platform for university and industry in ICT R&D – NORBAS that is supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the program HERD/ICT.

  • Monday, 26 March 2012 14:44 SAUM 2012

    XI International Conference on Systems, Automatic Control and Measurements 2012SAUM 2012to be held at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Niš, on  November 14th –16th, 2012.

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All courses and activities of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering are certified by the Accreditation and Quality Assurance Commission of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia.

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