University of Kragujevac organized three training seminars within Re@WBC project dedicated to the young researchers and PhD students, from 1 st January 2018 onwards:
The first training took place at Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Kragujevac on 28 January 2018. Training seminar covered activity 3.3: Research methodology training of WBC young researchers and it is was delivered by prof. dr Nebojsa Zdravkovic from Faculty of Medical Sciences.
The topic was about IT/statistical methods and how to use it in appropriate manner. The training attended 35 participants.
The second training covered activity 3.3 Research methodology training of WBC young researchers with the topic: “English Language for Academic Writing and Communication”. The training was held on 14 April 2018 at Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac. Presentation prepared and delivered by three assistant professors from Faculty of Phylology and Arts, dr Branka Milenkovic, dr Dejan Karavesovic and dr Biljana Vlaskovic Ilic. The number of participants attended this training was 22.
The third training covered activity 3.7 Measures for enhancement of multidisciplinarity in research.
The training entitled “Engineering and multidisciplinary research challenges” held on 19 April 2018 at Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac. This training had three parts as follows:
- First one delivered by dr Fatima Zivic, assistant professor Faculty of Engineering held presentation on “Novel researches in nanotechnology and nanomaterials”;
- Second one was held by dr Ivan Gligorijevic and dr Pavle Mijovic from startup company MBrainTrain d.o.o. Belgrade about their experiences in the multidisciplinary research on the topic “Engineering research of the human brain and behavior – neuro engineering and neuro ergonomy” and
- Finally, third part was dedicated to the contest for the best student idea for multidisciplinary research and development project – “My very first R&D project”, for students from Faculty of
Engineering, University of Kragujevac, by prof. dr Ivan Macuzic.