WHAT’S GOING ON?
Keep up with the latest happening of the Centre’s active engagement in different European and national research projects, global and national initiatives and practices. Here the progress of our projects, news about events and initiatives is presented on a regular basis.
Today is the last day to apply to the High School Competition in Computer Science and Informatics that will take place on Friday, January 24, 2020. The high school competition is the entry point for participation in the national competition.
At the end of the year 2019 we started working on the ‘Cyber Security Incident Handling, Warning and Response System for the European Critical Infrastructures (CyberSANE)’ project. CyberSANE aims to enhance the security and resilience of Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs) by providing a dynamic collaborative, warning and response system.
This year 82 developers will be guided online towards development and implementation of their OERs with the help and expertise of 73 mentors. The scale of this years´ OE4BW mentoring programme has substantially amplified organisational efforts, so University of Nova Gorica and Jožef Stefan Institute as managers of the OE4BW mentoring programme will cooperate with 6 OE4BW hubs operated by 9 hub coordinators.
X5gon will be involved in an Innovative IT Sprint event, a two-day event organized by Pošta Slovenije on January 23rd and 24th, 2020, where technology enthusiasts and innovative individuals will look for new technological solutions for advanced learning and paperless business with the help of modern technologies.
NAIADES aims to address the increased need for sustainable and eco-friendly water methodologies by defining a new ICT framework. Driven by the need to yield an end-to-end, uniform approach, NAIADES redefines water management by taking into consideration issues pertaining to cost, safety, complexity, vulnerability, societal acceptance, user behaviour and ethics.
In scope of the Water4Cities project we together with AiLab have been working on integrating data to develop the necessary models and associated platform that will enable water providers and relevant stakeholders to monitor in real-time the urban water resources.
OE4BW Initiators organized a 4-day Open Education Design Workshop with focus on hands-on experience which took place in July 1-4, 2019 at the Lanthieri Mansion in Vipava, Slovenia.
TheyBuyForYou, a three year initiative bringing together researchers, innovators and public administrations from 5 European countries, announces the first release of the knowledge graph for public procurement, integrating tender and company data.
Infosec seminars are organized as a series of regular monthly lectures on information security, cyber defense, cybercrime and digital forensics.
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Centre for Knowledge Transfer in
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