On Tuesday, 10th of September, we hosted in Laboratory for Multimedia prof. Chi-Sheng SHIH from National Taiwan University.
The SaMBA Transnational Workshop on Sustainable Mobility in the Alpine Region will address aspects from the perspective of mobility systems users and try to define measures and solutions at the administrative level.
The Knowledge Transfer Office at the University of Ljubljana has published a Guide The Path of Innovation to the Market Success. The purpose of the guide is to gather as much as possible useful information related to knowledge transfer at the University of Ljubljana in one place.
We are proud to announce that the article titled ‘Rethinking Family-Centred Design Approach Towards Creating Digital Products and Services’, written by Jure Trilar, Veronika Zavratnik, Vid Čermelj, Barbara Hrast, Andrej Kos and Emilija Stojmenova Duh, was published in the scientific journal Sensors.
The article provides further study of a family-centred design approach model established in development of application MyFamily and in previous studies, which aim to correspond to the limitations and needs of modern families using information and communication technology (ICT) solutions for common activities, communication and organisation of family time.
Emilija Stojmenova Duh, PhD, from University of Ljubljana has attended the workshop ‘The Smart Eco-social Villages Pilot Project and the Future of Smart Villages’, which was held on 21–22 February in the European Parliament in Brussels.Read More
You are invited to read the article in the newspaper Delo, to which our laboratory members, Argene Superina and dr. Matevž Pogačnik, contributed their thoughts on multimedia and interdisciplinarity.
Laboratory for Telecommunications at Faculty of Electrical Engineering (LTFE) is a home to many projects related to rural development and addressing other issues in the field of contributing to a friendly living space for the future generations. One of our currently running projects is SaMBA (co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund via Interreg Alpine Space), a project that fosters a collaboration of 13 partners from Austria, Germany, Italy, France, and Slovenia, and enables us to research different options for increasing sustainable mobility, that is to say mobility that will also be sustainable for our offspring.Read More