On the 23rd of May, prof. Dan Komosny from Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic (https://www.vutbr.cz/en/people/dan-komosny-3065) held a workshop on the topic “Geographically distributed Linux servers for R & D”. As part of the workshop, students had the opportunity to access various PlanetLab EU servers and perform tasks within the workshop. We thank prof. Komosny for his visit, an exciting workshop and we look forward to further cooperation! Let’s stay connected!
The Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina has organized a press conference to mark the 17th of May, the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day. The announcement of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the First International Telegraphic Convention in 1865 and the establishment of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) this year focuses on the topic “Overcoming the mismatch of standardization”. ITU standards offer a common basis for growth and innovation, thus speeding up progress towards sustainable development goals. More details can be found at http://komorabih.ba/svjetski-dan-telekomunikacija-i-informacionog-drustva-17-maj/
During the Huawei’s 5G Roadshow visit to BH Telecom co. in Sarajevo, held under the slogan “5G is ON”, students had the opportunity to get acquainted with the coming 5G mobile technology and discover what technological solutions and innovations are waiting for us in the future.
On the 23rd of April, prof. Thomas Freir from TU Dublin (Photonics Research Centre – PRC) Ireland, held a workshop on the topic “Introduction to Optical Communications and Optical Network Design”. As part of the workshop, students had the opportunity to gain advanced knowledge about the design of optical networks and to perform exciting tasks within the workshop. We thank prof. Freir for his visit, an exciting workshop and we look forward to further cooperation! Let’s stay connected!
UNIVERZITET U SARAJEVU University of Sarajevo Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo Zmaja od Bosne bb Notification mr Mirza Hamza will defend the doctoral dissertation entitiled: “Contribution to multilayer modeling and performance prediction of real-time dispersive radio channel systems of the fourth generation” May 17, 2019 (Friday) starting at 12:30 in the hall S1 – ground floor (Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo) Access to the defense is open. The doctoral thesis can be examined on the premises of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo, every working day from 10:00 to 13:00. More details