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  • 1. Faculty of Electronic Engineering – potential and possibilities Prof. Dr. Dragan Jankovi ć
  • 2. Outlines
    • History of ELEF
    • Facts
      • Organization
      • Staff
      • Education
      • Research
      • Projects
      • Results
      • Collaboration
      • Conferences, workshops, seminars, schools, etc.
    • Conclusion
  • 3. History review 1st of October 1960. – the Faculty of Engineering formally started working and the Department of Electronic was part of it (129 regular and 134 part-time students) 15th of June 1965. – the University of Niš was founded 23rd of November 1968. – by decision of the Parlament of the People’s Republic of Serbia the Faculty of Electronic Engineering Niš started its independent existence (269 regular and 27 part-time students) 1971 – Electronic Computer Center, based on IBM 1130 computer, began to work 24th Jun e 1982 – the Faculty of Electronic Engineering was moved into a new, modern building ( over 25000sqm, with 4 lecture halls, 40 classrooms, 20 laboratories, library, restaurant, sport and recreation facilities, etc.) , where the Faculty is still situated. “ Brief History”
  • 4. Activities of ELEF Commercial Projects Publishing Research and Science Education Publishing Other activities Commercial Projects Research and Science Education S oftware, Networks, D igital systems, Papers, Books, Journals Degrees: BSc, MSc, P hD Projects: Fundamental, Technology, Innovative
  • 5. The Scientific Competencies
    • Automatic Control
    • Electronics
    • Applied Physics
    • Industrial Electric Power Engineering
    • Industrial and Applied Mathematics
    • Materials of Contemporary Electronics
    • Metrology
    • Microelectronics
    • Computer Science and Informatics
    • Telecommunications
    • Theoretical Electrical Engineering
  • 6. The Scientific Competencies Con’t
    • Industrial and Informational Management
    • Sustainability Design
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Information and Communication Technologies
    • Quality and Reliability
    • Design and Microsystems Engineering
    • Power networks and plants
    • Electric Machines and Electro motor drives
    • Illuminating Engineering
    • Mechatronics
  • 7. Organization of ELEF
    • 10 Departments :
      • Department of Automatic Control
      • Department of Electronics
      • Department of Electric Power E ngineering
      • Department of Mathematics
      • Department of Measurements
      • Department of Microelectronics
      • Department of General Education
      • Department of Computer Science and Informatics
      • Department of Telecomunications
      • Department of Theoretical Electrical Engineering
  • 8. Staff
    • Full professors 53
    • Associate professors 11
    • Assistant professors 15
    • Assistants
      • With PhD degree 20
      • With M.Sc. Degree 49
      • With B.Sc. Degree 20
  • 9. Staff - structure
    • Below 30 13
    • Between 30 and 40 54
    • Between 40 and 50 51
    • Between 50 and 60 31
    • Over 60 18
    • Gender balance
      • F 30%
      • M 70%
  • 10. Laboratories - teaching
    • Analogue systems and electromotor device regulation laboratory
    • Digital systems and process management laboratory
    • Flexible systems and robotics laboratory
    • Electronics laboratory
    • Radio technique and television laboratory
    • Microprocessor technique laboratory
    • Digital and analogue electronics laboratory
    • Design laboratory
    • Electric power engineering and electric power actuator
    • management laboratory
    • Power plants and protective relaying laboratory
    • Electric machines and electromotor drives and traction laboratory
    • Electric installation and electric illumination laboratory
    • Numerical Mathematics laboratory
  • 11. Laboratories - teaching
    • Electrical Measurements laboratory
    • Measurements in Electronics
    • Measurement systems laboratory
    • Physics laboratory
    • Materials laboratory
    • Microelectronics and electronic components laboratory
    • Programming and programming languages laboratory
    • Computer systems laboratory
    • System software and database laboratory
    • Specialized hardware and software laboratory
    • Hyperfrequency technique laboratory
    • Telecommunication laboratory
    • Electroacoustics laboratory
    • Electrical engineering laboratory
  • 12. Laboratories - research
    • Microcomponents and microsystems reliability laboratory
    • Modelling and Simulation of microcomponents and
    • microsystems laboratory
    • Computer Intelligence and informational technologies laboratory
    • Parallel, Distributed and Specialized Computer Systems laboratory
    • Computer Graphics and Geographic informational
    • systems laboratory
    • Telecommunication Networks and Audio Signal
    • Processing Laboratory
    • Telecommunication systems laboratory
    • Microwave and Submilimeter Technique and wireless
    • communication laboratory
    • Multimedia Signal processing and multimedia
    • communication laboratory
    • Applied Electrical Engineering laboratory
    • Laboratory for Medical Informatics
  • 13. Laboratories – research con’t
    • Modelling, simulation and Systems Managing laboratory
    • Automatic Control laboratory
    • Robotics and Automation laboratory
    • Electrical Circuit Design “LEDA” laboratory
    • Termovision laboratory
    • Digital electronics and systems laboratory
    • Microprocessor systems and interface laboratory
    • Embedded systems laboratory
    • Electrical machines, drives and traction laboratory
    • Illuminating Engineering laboratory
    • Preventive diagnostics of electrical machines and
    • transformers laboratory
    • Electric power networks laboratory
    • Metrology and measurement systems laboratory
    • Gas and vacuum electronics laboratory
  • 14. Education
    • On May 22nd 2003. the Teaching Council of the Faculty of Electronic Engineering adopt the concept for the reform of the educational process in according to the Bologna process (3 + 2 + 3)
    • 2008 Accreditation (4 + 1 + 3)
  • 15. Accredited studies 1.      The studies are carried out through two curricula: A .( academic ) of 4+1+3 years duration. -     First four years fundamental studies, with gaining the diploma of electrical engineer (=B.Sc.) -     Next year: graduate studies, after finished diploma paper exam, a candidate gains the rank of a graduate electrical engineer (=M.Sc.) -     Three years: doctoral studies. After the doctoral thesis defense a candidate gains the rank of doctor of technical sciences (=Ph.D.) B. ( Application oriented curriculum ) of three years duration After the final exam a candidate receives the rank of an electrical engineer.
  • 16. No B.Sc., M.Sc., PhD. degrees
    • Number of students 17411
    • Active students 1275
    • Degree
      • B.Sc. 5347
      • M.Sc. 507
      • PhD. 183
  • 17. Research
    • Faculty participates at projects supported by :
    • Ministry of Science and technological development
      • Fundamental research
      • Technology dependent
      • Innovative
    • Directly by Industry
    • International organizations
  • 18. Results
    • Number of projects
      • More than 30
    • Number of published papers
      • More than 600 per year
    • Prototypes
    • Commercial products
    • Studies
    • Etc.
  • 19. Collaboration
    • Universities
      • From Serbia
      • From region (WB countries, East-Europe)
      • From EU
    • Companies
      • From Serbia
      • EU
  • 20. Collaboration – student exchange Our students at University of Dortmund
  • 21. Partners
    • Telekom Srbija – national telecommunication company
    • S erbian Army
    • Minist ry of internal affairs of the Republic of Serbia
    • Ministry of telecommunications and IT
    • Republi c Weather Bureau of Serbia
    • C lini cal cent re of Niš
    • Municipality of the city of Niš
    • EPS
    • Niš-Ekspres, Niš , bus transport company
    • Siemens AG – Munich, Germany
    • Infineon Technologies AG – Munich, Germany
    • ABB
    • etc.
  • 22. Project examples
    • “ A picture
    • is worth
    • a thousand
    • words”
  • 23. Frekvencijski pretvarači PLC & HMI
  • 24. IORP-1 – softver za izbor i ocenu radarskih položaja
  • 25. APPVS-M3 - Sistem za automatski prijem i prikaz vazdušne situacije
  • 26. APPVS-M3N
  • 27. HASIS – Automatizovani sistem odbrane od grada
  • 28. 3D prikaz oblaka
  • 29. 3D prikaz terena
  • 30. BMS M-84AB1
  • 31. BMS M-84AB1
  • 32.  
  • 33. Scientific international conferences
    • MIEL (IEEE)
    • TELSIKS (IEEE)
    • SAUM
    • PES
    • SSSS
    • ICEST
  • 34. 23 rd International Conference on Microelectronics Ni š, Yugoslavia 12-15 May 2002.
  • 35. DAAD Workshops Computational Intelligence and Information Technologies February 2001 June 2001 September 2002 - within ICEST 2002 October 2003 NETWORK OF EXCELLENCE IN SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE ON THE SUBJECT OF COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE   October 2004
  • 36. Summer schools and seminars
  • 37. Center for continuous education
    • Statute of ELEF (2006) – Center for continuous education
    • Microsoft IT academy (2004)
    • CISCO academy (2006)
    • Courses for unemployeed, financed by National Employment Service – Republic of Serbia, Office Nis – for reeducation purpose
    • Teachers in secondary schools (>4000 attendees )
  • 38. Certificates
  • 39. Conclusion
    • ELEF can be:
      • Very good partner for any kind of projects
        • Education
        • Research
        • Commercial projects
  • 40. Contact address
    • Prof . Dr . Dragan Janković, vice - dean
    • Faculty of Electronic Engineering
    • Aleksandra Medvedeva 14, 18000 Niš, Serbia
    • Tel: ++381 18 529 105
    • Fax: ++381 18 588 399
    • E-mail: dragan.jankovic @elfak.ni.ac. rs
    • [email_address]
    • www.elfak.ni.ac.rs
  • 41.
    • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!