P06 University of Novi Sad

P06 University of Novi Sad

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Faculty of Technical Sciences (FTS) is the part of UNS directly involved in this project. It has over 11,000 students and already offers B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in eBusiness in Serbian language at the Department of Computing and Control, and MBA degree in Corporate Intelligence and Project Management, Leadership and Project Management, International Bussiness Management, and Banking and Financial Management as a joint programme between the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management and United Business Institutes, Brussels. In addition to its 13 departments, FTS has established several professional centers, including The Center for eBusiness Technologies and Systems. A very supportive entrepreneurial environment at FTS has resulted in creation of more than 40 SMEs with turnover of over 20 million Euros in 2009. Another two faculties of UNS directly involved in this project are the Faculty of Economics (Subotica) and the Faculty of Law.

Role in the project

UNS leads the EXP workpackage (Sustainability). UNS also develops one new interdisciplinary study programme. It performs the tasks related to the analysis of current policies and related practices in EU and Serbia, as well as the labor market research on interdisciplinary computing competence needs. UNS prepares the teaching methodology, teaching materials and the set of accreditation documents for its new study programme. It engages all of its capacities to smoothly deliver the study programme. An internal quality assessment (the student evaluation) will be performed and together with external evaluation results will be used for improving the programme. Academic staff will be retrained with the help of EU partners. Also, UNS has an active role in the activities related to internal QA and monitoring of all project results, dissemination, and sustanability.

Key persons

Zora Konjovic

Zora Konjovic is a Professor of applied computer science and informatics and the Head of Informatics at the Faculty of Technical Sciences at UNS. She is a member of the Interdisciplinary Committee for Information and Communication Technologies of Serbian Ministry for Science and the Committee for eGovernment of the Vojvodina Province. She has participated to over 40 scientific and professional projects and has led over 20 such projects. She is the author/coauthor of 4 monographs and more than 180 publications in international/national scientific journals and conferences. Her professional and research interests include education in Artificial Intelligence, Internet programming, eGovernment and eAdministration.

Branko Milosavljevic

Branko Milosavljevic is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, UNS. He teaches courses in eBusiness and digital content management. He has authored/coauthored more than 70 research papers. Most of these publications are related to eBusiness technologies, software engineering, net-centric computing, and multimedia document management.

Nenad Vunjak

Nenad Vunjak is a Professor of Financial Management and Banking, the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, UNS, and a certified auditor. He teaches business finance, banking, financial market and stock exchanges, corporate and investment banking. He has published 12 textbooks in the area of finance, banking and stock exchange operations, and 150 research papers. He is currently a member of the Council of the Governor of the National Bank of Serbia and a delegate in the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. In addition, he was the President of the Executive Council of the Municipality of Subotica, and the Director of the Main Branch of Vojvodjanska bank in Subotica.

Dragan Milkov

Dragan Milkov is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, UNS. He specializes at Administrative Law and in Theory of Administration. Since 1994 he is a member of the International Ombudsman Institute, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He was a member of the working group of International Institute for Administrative Sciences, Brussels in relation to the “Ombudsman” project (1995-1998). Since 1996 he is an expert of the International Institute for Administrative Sciences, Brussels. From 1997 to 1999 he was a member of the research team of the international research project “Administrative Control in United Kingdom and Yugoslavia” funded by the British Council. Since April 2006 he is a member of the Board of European Ombudsman Institute, Innsbruck, Austria.