Centre for Systems and Information Technologies

List of projects and collaborations

Projects

Current projects

  • P1-0103: Knowledge Technologies (2009 – 2014)
  • P1-0285: Algebra, discrete mathematics, probability calculus and game theory (2009 – 2014)
  • P2-0001: Systems and control (2004 – 2013)
  • Knowledge Technologies in Medicine and Public Health System, bilateral project between Slovenia and Czech Republic (IJS and CTU)
  • Explicit nonlinear model predictive control based on Gaussian process models, bilateral project between Slovenia and Bulgaria (IJS and Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
  • Analysis of housing market and identification of the role of actors with the potential for improvements

Completed projects

  • TRICETeaching, research, innovation in computing education (2008 – 2011), Socrates/Erasmus Thematic Networks, 142399-LLP-1-2008-1-BG-ERASMUS-ENW
  • BISON (research project funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme. The goal of BISON is to explore the concept of bisociative discovery on the basis of graph-based data mining / 2008 – 2011).
  • P2-0001: Systems and Control (Head of project: Prof. dr. Stanko Strmčnik, Jozef Stefan Institute)
  • P2-0103: Knowledge Technologies (Head of project: Prof. dr. Nada Lavrač)
  • DEC Doctoral Education in Computing, Socrates/Erasmus European Thematic Network, 114046-CP-1-2004-1-BG-ERASMUS-TN
  • Aeronautic museum (2007 – 2008)
  • CEI International Summer School for Health Informatics (2008)

Collaborations

  • Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana
  • Temida, d.o.o., Ljubljana
  • Iskra Impuls, d.o.o., Kranj
  • University Children’s Hospital, University Medical Center, Ljubljana
  • Czech Technical University, Prague
  • University of New South Wales, Centre for Health Informatics, Sydney
  • University of Glasgow
  • Hamilton Institute at the National University of Ireland
  • University of Chemical Technology and Metalurgy, Sofia
  • Institute of control and system research, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • Aeronautic museum