Asst. Prof. Mario Konecki, Ph.D.
Increasing of students’ competencies in the field of competitive web design.
The web design service is a type of service that is highly represented on the global market. To diversify one’s service and to make it more prominent a high level of quality is needed. This will consequently make one’s web designs and websites more competitive and interesting to all potential users. One of the key aspects of making competitive websites is creating high quality web interfaces. The purpose of this education is to increase the competences of its participants in the area of creating a competitive web designs and web interfaces and consequently more competitive websites in order to enhance the position of created websites on the overall market.
Targeted audience: Students of all years and study programs, regardless of their prior knowledge.
After the education the participants will be able to:
Assist. Prof. Dijana Oreški, Ph.D.
Data is being increasingly recognized by organizations and businesses as potential for significant benefits to business and society as a whole. Data represents strategic resource, if they are analyzed. Predictive modeling algorithms can efficiently analyze large amounts of data. The purpose of this workshop is to give an overview of predictive modeling technologies and to explain the process of development and interpretation of the predictive model using different algorithms.
Marcel Maretić, Ph.D.
This is a programming workshop whose goal is to teach the advantages of the Python programming language hands-on.
Participants should bring their own laptop to the workshop (BYOD)
Asst. Professor Petra Grd, Ph.D., Full Prof. Miroslav Bača, Ph.D.
Biometrics refers to the automatic recognition of individuals based on their physical and/or behavioral characteristics. Forensics involves the use of scientific principles for the analysis of evidence from the crime scene to reconstruct and describe the past events. Locard's exchange principle had a major impact on forensics, which says that the perpetrator of the criminal offense will bring something to the crime scene and take something out of it, and that both can be used as forensic evidence. At the crime scene it is possible to find many traces, and some of them have biometric features such as fingerprints, signature, voice or face. One of the goals of the forensic investigation is to link proof (e.g. signature) to the source (a particular person).
The purpose of the education is to provide students with a more detailed insight into biometric methods with emphasis on the use of biometric methods in forensics. Education provides students with an understanding of the various parameters to be considered so that different aspects of fingerprints, iris, face recognition, and the like can be recognized, which could be applied in criminal cases involving the use of forensic biometrics. The purpose of the education is to connect students interested in biometrics and forensics, as well as exchange of knowledge and, thus, the training of students and raising their competences.
After successful education, the participants will be able to:
It would be useful to students if they are familiar with basic biometric terms, but it is not mandatory for successful completion of the education. Education is intended for anyone interested in acquiring deeper knowledge of biometrics, biometric characteristics and their application in forensics.
Mladen Konecki, M. Inf.
Computer games market is stronger and bigger every day. The purpose of this workshop is to provide to student’s basic knowledge of computer game development: how it is done, what knowledge and skills are required for game development, to give them experience of making computer games, to show them that this is challenging but fun way to use their programming skills.
Boris Tomaš, Ph.D.
IOT: ESD is a 3-week education in which students are taught to develop microprocessor-based software solutions. During education, students are introduced to the basics of electronic circuits and the physical characteristics of various electronic components.
The development of the solution includes the design of the circuitry and the development of the background application in C / C ++. Used microprocessor and basic components are based on Photon Particle development board.
In addition to the development of applications, students are introduced to different types of sensors and actuators that they can use when designing their projects.
Thanks to the IOT features of the Photon Particle Component, education also involves connecting and managing devices over the Internet.
Basic programming skills, preferably C/C++