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PRIDE Exhibition and HPC for SME Forum

May 17th 2016

We are pleased to invite you to participate in HPC (High Performance Computing) for SME Business Advancement Forum on theMIPRO/PRIDE – PRoject Information and Dissemination Event 2016to be held in Opatija, Croatia on June 1st 2016. The event is organized as part of the SESAME Net project funded through the European Commission’s program for research and innovation - Horizon 2020 and by joint effort of MIPRO, Ruđer Bošković Institute and Arctur d.o.o..

CASE 28 conference

May 11th 2016

CASE 28 is a conference devoted to decision makers and IT professionals that deal with business and technology aspect of information system development and will be held at Hypocentar, Zagreb, Croatia.  

High Performance Computing Essential for Economic Development

May 11th 2016

The fourth industrial revolution is based on the High Performance Computing (HPC) and whoever remains outside of this trend will find themselves in the dead end of the global economy. This was the conclusion of a forum about HPC for small and medium sized businesses that was held today at the Croatian Chamber of Economy.

CIR on the first PhD-Day at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

Mar 11th 2016

The first PhD-Day organized by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing took place on March 3rd 2016. At this occasion, five awarded Phd theses were orally presented and 29 PhD theses proposals were presented in a poster session.

CIR was granted a new bilateral project under the joint Croatian-German research cooperation

Mar 2nd 2016

Centre for Informatics and Computing was granted a new project named “High-performance tensor contractions on hybrid computing architectures” under the joint Croatian-German research cooperation for the period 2016-2017. 

DARIAH-HR round table

Mar 2nd 2016

The round table DARIAH in Croatia - Croatia in DARIAH, organized by the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research (IEF) , was held in Zagreb on January 28th 2016 in the Croatian Institute of History.  

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