Masters and Phd students
2 Phd positions (deadline 15.7.2022)
prof. dr. Matej Zajc is a Full professor at the Department for ICT, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He teaches courses at bachelor, masters and phd levels in the fields ICT and multimedia. His research is devoted to ICT for smart grid; ICT for green transition; Internet of Things; Ambient intelligence; smart objects and environments; modelling socio-technical systems. In 2015 he was a visiting professor at Human Centered Design and Engineering Department at University of Washington. His research field covers telecommunications and information-communication technologies. Currently, he is a mentor to five doctoral students in the field of ICT in smart grids. For his comprehensive teaching, he received a Milan Vidmar award in 2015 awarded by the Faculty of Electrical engineering. In 2012 he was the recipient of an exceptional scientific achievement ARRS in the domain of Education.
Prof. dr. Matej Zajc actively participates in activities promoting the electrical engineering field and activities that promote engineering studies in the community. He is an active volunteer at IEEE, he was IEEE Slovenia Section Chair (2010-2013), Chair of IEEE Signal Processing & Circuits and Systems Chapter (2013-2017), and currently, he is Chair of IEEE Education Chapter (2017 – 2021). At Region 8 he is Section Vitality and Development Coordinator (2020 – ). For over a decade, he is vice-chair of conference ERK (Electrical engineering and computer science conference in Slovenia), member of many organizational conference boards IEEE (MELECON, EUROCON, EDUCON, ENERGYCON, ICALT, etc.) and organizer of many events at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, as for example Erasmus+ BENEFIT Open Day and 12th international conference WSPLC 2018.
- ICT systems and services for Smart grid
- Users in Green transition
- Ambient intelligence and smart environments
- Interactive technologies and technology-enhanced learning
- Topic Editor: Smart Grids: Electrical Power Networks and Communication Systems, Journals: Electricity (ISSN 2673-4826) Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292) Energies (ISSN 1996-1073) – open call
- Recent events
- Intsikt 2021 – ICT – a driver for digital transformation – Introductory address and talk: Digitalization of power systems – link
- Speaker at Webinar: Steps towards data interoperability in smart grids, 16.6.2021, organized by EIMV – link
- Special session of Erasmus+ BENEFIT at ERK 2020 – Didactics I & II – selected paper are available here
- Erasmus+ BENEFIT workshop on New teaching methodologies and instructional approaches in ICT engineering education with an emphasis on learning outcomes and competence development for the engineering profession – organizer of a two-day workshop
- Intsikt 2019 -XV International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies, Tuzla, June – Career Opportunities in Information Communication Technology Engineering – conference chair
- Design of a distributed data warehouse based on blockchain technology ensuring secure data transfer in the Elektro Celje network, project leader EIMV (2021-2022)
- ERASMUS+ KA2: BENEFIT – Boosting the telecommunications engineer profile to meet modern society and industry needs (KA2 Capacity Building in Higher Education) (2017-2021) (link) – publications are available here
- IMPONET – Intelligent Monitoring of Power Networks – No. 09030, EU-Eureka (2010-2013) – local coordinator at UL
- PLC technologies for alternative intelligent networks and services – STELKOM (2010 – 2011) – coordinator
- ELU – Enhanced Learning Unlimited, EU-FP6 (2006 – 2008) – local coordinator at UL
Full list of publications is available here.
I am teaching courses on Bachelor (1. level), Masters (2. level) and PhD (3. level) programs for over 25 years. My students are enrolled in ICT and Multimedia programs.
Tim Vlastelica – Prototyping ambient intelligence systems
Tim Marentič –