The State Student Works Fair in Educational Sector Electrical Engineering and Computing for school year 2013./2014. started with ceremonial opening at 10am in FER’s Gray Hall. The participants were welcomed by Ivan Šutalo, dipl. ing., principle of Agency of vocational education and adult education (ASOO), prof. dr. sc. Davor Petrinović, FER’s education dean and dr. sc. Iva Bojić, vice-president of ŠUZA’s Organization Committee. The opening speech had noted how important FER is in Croatian science circles and for scientific education, and also important for the Fair.
The opening speech, Ivan Šutalo, dipl. ing., principle of ASOO
After opening, the FER’s Expert Commission visited the works and rendered judgment on the best design. The expert committee FER for the State Student Works Fair in Educational Sector Electrical Engineering and Computing for the school year 2013./2014. were: prof. dr. sc. Zdenko Kovačić and dr. sc. Iva Bojić (representing the FER) and Vesna Anđelić, dipl. ing. (representing the ASOO).
When making the decision forthe selection of the best works, expert commission has taken into account the quality of work and student part of the whole work, asking students questions about all the different stages of making work and theoretical background. However, the competition this year was extremely high and the Committee has decided to assign the three first places. Ratings confirmed dean prof. dr. sc. Nedjeljko Perić with his signature on the certificates, that were presented to authors of the best works during the closing ceremony at 5pm in the Grey Hall.
Expert Committee examining the works
The first best work of the Fair is “Teleautomatics for a house” by Nikola Benazić from High School Mate Blažine Labin, made under the supervision of teacher Ivica Komadine. The second best performance was the “Effect of pressure on the boiling point of water” by Josip Iviček and Kristijan Vein from the Technical School Kutina made under the supervision of teacher Mark Marinšek. Third ranked first prize is “Smart Labyrinth” by Rihard Kučera of Electrical Engineering High School in Osijek prepared under the supervision of teacher Anđelko Janjić.
Second place prize went to work "Universal wireless charger" by Ivan Kožar from the Technical School Ruđer Bošković in Zagreb made under the supervision of teacher Dubravka Oršanić. Third place prize belongs to work “RGB display” by Toni Birka from the Technical School Daruvar prepared under the supervision of teacher Krešimir Ećimović.
“Teleautomatics for a house”
Author: Nikola Benazić
Mentor: teacher Ivica Komadina
School: High School Mate Blažine Labin
“Effect of pressure on the boiling point of water”
Author: Josip Iviček and Kristijan Vein
Mentor: teacher Marko Marinšek
School: Technical School Kutina
Author: Rihard Kučera
Mentro: teacher Anđelko Janjić
School: Electrical Engineering and Traffic School Osijek
“Universal wireless charger”
Author: Ivan Kožar
Mentro: teacher Dubravka Oršanić
School: Technical Schol Ruđer Bošković Zagreb
Author: Toni Birka
Mentor: teacher Krešimir Ećimović
School: Technical School Daruvar
Also, as part of the Fair's at 3pm in the FER’s Grey Hall was held an expert meeting for teachers, "When science is boring, who is it boring to?", led by mr. sc. Predrag Pale. In the practical part of presentation joined him dr. sc. Ana Sović, representing to the teachers how to apply robots in the education of gifted children.
Mr. sc. Predrag Pale leading expert meeting for the teachers
Dr. sc. Ana Sović representing work with robots to the teachers
The organizing committee wishes to thank for the help in assistance forthe organization of the Fair. The special thanks goes to Vesna Anđelić, dipl. ing, higher professional advisors for electrical engineering and computing in ASOO and Aleksandar Petrović, dipl. ing. and his team from the Service maintenance FER to ensure technical requirements of the Fair.
The Fair was photographed by Danijel Peček, Ivana Storjak and Gordan Ovčarić from eSTUDENT.