prof. dr. K. Skala

Karolj Skala

prof. dr. sc.

znanstveni savjetnik u trajnom zvanju, sveučilišni profesor
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Bijenička c. 54, 10 000 Zagreb HR

Education

 1974 - graduated in Electrical Engineering Faculty at University Zagreb 
 1974 - employment at the  Ruđer Bošković Institute
 1979 - graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at University in Zagreb
 1983 - Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at University in Zagreb
 1983 - head of the Laboratory of Electronics at the  Ruđer Bošković Institute, a former department LAIR
 1997 - head of Laboratory for optoelectronics and hypermedia systems 
 2001 - appointed Head of the Computer Centre of the  Ruder Boskovic Institute
 2003 - head of the Center for Informatics and Computing Ruder Boskovic Institute
 2003 - full professor at the Faculty of Graphic Arts in Zagreb

Projects

Management of research projects and programs:

 Research projects:
    -   The visual interface and technology transfer of knowledge, 1996-2002
    -   Detection of non-stationary sources, and distributed information processing, 2002-2006
    -   Methods of scientific visualization 2007-2011
   
Research program:

-       Distributed Computing and Visualisation 2007-2013 (4 projects, 4 institutions, Univ. Zagreb 2, Univ. Rijeka 1, Univ. Split 1)
 
Technology projects:
    -    Head STIRP the CRO GRID Applications 2004-2007
    -    CRO GRID infrastructure, STRIP 43/2002, IRB Coordinator of the project, 2004-2007.
 
 IT projects
     - Network monitoring and management of IC cluster of computers, IT project, MST 2003
 
COST projects:

-       Participant in the project of the European Community COST 254 and COST 276 from the Croatian
 
 Bilateral projects:
  -    Development of New Grid Technologies for Advanced Scientific and Engineering Application, Institute for Software Science of the University of Vienna, Austria 2004
 I-    nter-institutional testbed for e-Science Applications, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, 2006
 -     Parallel Application Development on Grid, SZTAKI, Budapest, HU-CRO bilateral project, 2005.
 
EU FP6 / 7 projects:
   -   Grid Enabled Infrastructure Development, the EU F6 Contract No: 002 356 Commission of the European Communities, Brussels, 2004-2006.
  -    CenVis - Centre for Scientific Visualisation, EU FP6, 2007-2009
  -    IVAB - Interactive Visual Analysis of Bio-signals, EU FP6, 2007
  -    SEE-GRID - South Eastern European Grid-enabled eInfrastructure Development, 2004-2006 EU FP6
   -   SEE-GRID-2 - South Eastern European Grid-enabled eInfrastructure Development 2, 2006-2008
  -    SEE-GRID-SCI - SEE-GRID eInfrastructure for regional eScience, EU FP7, 2008-2010
  -    DARIA - Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, EU FP7, 2008-2010
  -    EGEE-II - Enabling Grids for E-Science-II, EU FP6, 2006-2008
  -    EGEE-III - Enabling Grids for E-Science-III, EU FP7, 2008-2010
  -    AIS-DC - Application Information Services for Distributed Computing Environments, EU FP7, 2011-2015

Awards and Achievements

  • Medal Arany Janos Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2010
  • Award eNovation VIDI  2010
  • Medal for achievement in teaching College of Business Administration, 2011

Classes

  • University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing in the PhD study teaching Programmable logic systems
  • University of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts PhD study courses on Multimedia systems and Optoelectronic systems 
  • University of Osijek, Molecular bioscience PhD study courses on  Visualisation in bioinformatics

Membership in professional associations / societies

  • Full member of Croatian Academy of Engineering
  • Member of Public Body Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Member of the Presidency of the Association MIPRO
  • European Research Infrastructure Consortium, a national representative  
  • EU FP7 Research Infrastructures Programme Committee Member, National Representative

Miscellaneous

Family Status:

  • married
  • daughter, Hana Skale Kavanagh, MD
  • sons: Dr. sc. Tibor Skala and David Skala, student

 Hobby:

  • sailing
  •  Old timer 2CV
  •  skiing