Participation of the Faculty of Information Technology at the International Week in Sofia

Representatives from the Faculty of Information Technology, Prof. Dr. Maja Delibašić, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Velimir Strugar, and Predrag Glomazić are prticipating at the Erasmus+ and CEEPUS International Week at Technical University in Sofia from May 19 to May 25, 2024. Along with representatives from the University of Mediterranean Podgorica, participants of the event include representatives from partner universities from various countries, including the Technical University of Sofia (Bulgaria), Technical University of Moldova from Chișinău, Caucasus University from Tbilisi (Georgia), Technical Faculty in Bor of the University of Belgrade (Serbia), University for Business and Technology from Pristina (Kosovo), “Mother Teresa” University from Skopje (North Macedonia), “Goce Delčev” University from Štip (North Macedonia), University of Bihać (Bosnia and Herzegovina), and “Aleksandër Moisiu” University from Durrës (Albania). do 25. maja 2024. godine na Tehničkom univerzitetu u Sofiji. Students from these universities, who are at TU Sofia as part of the Erasmus+ mobility program, also attended the presentations.

Prof. Maja Delibašić held a presentation within the session dedicated to partner universities, where she introduced the University of Mediterranean and the activities conducted at the Faculty of Information Technology. In her presentation, she emphasized the importance of international cooperation, which strengthens the research potential of scientific institutions. An example of good practice in cooperation is the ongoing Erasmus+ project IoT ECO which focuses on IoT technological solutions in the process of green transformation.

Professor Velimir Strugar gave a lecture on smart grid technology, with a special emphasis on the challenges and solutions in supporting e-mobility. The smart grid enables efficient management of the distribution of electrical energy, thereby supporting the integration of e-mobility through advanced technological capabilities such as smart chargers and consumption management systems. This synergy between the smart grid and e-mobility opens the door to a more sustainable and intelligent transportation ecosystem, reducing emissions of harmful gases and ensuring reliable and affordable energy for electric vehicles.

Students’ presentations, including a representative from the Faculty of Information Technology, Momir Savić, a third-year student who is spending this semester at TU Sofia, are scheduled for Thursday, May 23, 2024. god.