Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing will host the Energy Day within the 9th Zagreb Energy Week, thus opening its door to everyone interested in energy. Visitors will be able to handle “light sabres” at the Laboratory for High Voltage, see a small hydropower plant at the Smart Grid Laboratory, visit the air tunnel on the 13th floor of the FER skyscraper at the Laboratory for Renewable Energy Systems, take a ride in a small electric vehicle and learn about scientific research projects from the field of energy that are being carried out at FER.
We invite you to visit FER on Monday, 7 May 2018, from 10am to 4pm. Hurry up because the number of visitors to the laboratories is limited.
We look forward to your arrival.
Brainhack Zagreb 2018, a hackaton on neuroscience, will be held on 5 and 6 May 2018 at FIVE Agency in Zagreb. The Brainhack Zagreb 2018 is part of a global hackaton initiative in the field of neuroscience which will be held simultaneously in 40 locations around the world. The goal of this two-day hackaton is to meet the challenges of neuroscience, gather scientists from different fields of science, and to present projects related to neuroscience. The Scientific Committee will select projects that individuals or smaller groups apply for at the official website. The selected projects will be presented on the first day, and participants will be able to contribute with their knowledge and acquire new skills by working in a team. The projects include the use of modern methods and tools for processing, analyzing and visualizing a variety of data sets, from brain recordings of different modes (MRI, EEG, histology) to structured derived information.
You can register for hackaton here.
Public debate “Dialogue with Citizens”, attended by Mrs Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society and Mrs Dubravka Šuica, representative in the EU Parliament, was held at FER on Friday, 23 March 2018. Discussion was moderated by associate professor Nikola Mišković, Ph.D.
The main topic of the interactive discussion was the digital future of Europe, while subjects such as digital skills, IT security, fake news, digital innovations and AI were also discussed.
Dialogue with Citizens is a form of direct discussion between citizens and the European Commission about a broad range of European topics, and is a part of the ongoing process of two-way communication by which the Commission addresses citizens in all the EU member states. This was the eleventh such meeting with the citizens of Croatia since its ascension to the EU.
You can see a few photos from the discussion in more detailed information.