PROGRAM

Wednesday, November 8.
19.00- Welcome dinner in Restaurant “Pri Belokranjcu” (please contact us for details)

Thursday, November 9
08.30-08.50 Registration
08.50-09.00 Opening
9.00-9.40 BILL O’GORMAN. Progressing the EU Digital Agenda in regions: A collaborative engagement engagement between industry, government and higher education in regions — the eDIGIREGION story
9.40-10.00 Yantsislav Yanakiev. Introduction of HPC Technologies in Bulgaria: Challenges and Responses
10.00-10.20 Doinita Ulinici. High-Performance Computing in the Republic of Moldova. Challenges and Strengths
10.20-10.40 Urška Fric. The evolutionary model – transformation from linear to complex industrial symbiosis networks
10.40-11.00 Erika Džajić Uršič. Modelling and development of industrial symbiosis networks in a regional industrial areas with DEXi
11.00-11.30 Coffee break and poster session (Nikolai Genov. REGLO as an Actor in the Interreg Project „High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region”)
11.30-12.10 NADJA DAMIJ. Toward intellectual property rights management
12.10-12.30 Jernej Agrež. Disabled friendly Stand Up Paddling board development process
12.30-12.50 Jana Suklan. Web-based support for preparation of project application – http://www.s4p.si
12.50-13.10 Ana Hafner. Technology transfer process – what is in it for the researcher?
13.10-13.30 Blaž Rodič. Multi-criteria Decision Modelling for Filter Design Tool Selection in Online-CADCOM Platform
13.30-14.20 Lunch break
14.20-15.00 TOMAŽ SAVŠEK. Evolution of the automotive industry through the digitalisation
15.00-15.40 PAVLE BOŠKOSKI. Towards digital transformation: Implementation experience
15.40-16.00 Daniel Hofman. 16K Video Transcoding on Heterogeneous Many-core Architectures
16.00-16.20 Lucija Lapuh. Theoretically about value chains and factories of the future
16.20-16.40 Ana Hafner. Patent databases as a source of information for social science researchers and a source of challenges for information scientists
16.40-17.10 Coffee break and poster session (Nikolai Genov. REGLO as an Actor in the Interreg Project „High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region”)
17.10-17.50 MARKUS ABEL. Machine learning for the control of complex systems
17.50-18.10  Kristina Ban. Multilevel complex systems approaches to computational linguistics
18.10-18.30  Zdravko Kunic. Wind forecast correction in road traffic management decision support system
18.30-18.50 Miljenko Hajnić. A decision support system for identification and access management of employees in an enterprise
18.50-19.10 Albert Zorko. Data analysis of hearth-rate variability
19.10-19.30 Valerij Grašič. An analysis of the influence of weather data for the city of Ljubljana for forecasting the number of incoming calls to a public safety system 112 using machine learning regression
19.30-19.50 Daniel Hofman. FRISC: Involving students in research and development of learning platform
19.50-20.10 Tomaž Aljaž. Digital transformation of retailers using e-Commerce
20.30- Conference dinner in Hotel Šport

Friday, November 10.
10.00-12.00 Round table: Digital agenda in academia and industry: discussions and conclusions (moderator: Borut Roncevic)