P08 Institute of M.Pupin

P08 Institute of M.Pupin

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IMP is a leading Serbian R&D institution in information and communication technologies, the largest and the oldest in the whole South Eastern Europe. The R&D profile of IMP represents a synthesis of scientific and expert knowledge in: electronics, automation, process control, computers, telecommunications, digital signal processing, information systems, software engineering and robotics. Leading world companies have benefited from Pupin’s solutions and services. The institute’s researchers have participated in 4 R&D FP6 consortia (SARIB, PROMETEA, STRiM and Web4WeB), 2 Interreg/CADSES projects, 2 bilateral research projects (cooperation with Greek and German partners). IMP is currently participating in 11 R&D projects from FP 7 (WBC-INCO-NET, Agro Sense, HELENA, ICT-WEB-PROMS, HydroWEEE , REFLECT, EnergyWarden, Emili, Web 4 WeB, Green, Proceed, Cesar) and several other EU projects.

Role in the project

 The role of IMP in the project is to provide the following opportunities and activities:

  • traveling to EU partner institutions for collecting the practices and polices on matching the labor market needs to curriculum development
  • creating (with the help of other labor market partners and university partners) the Matrix of competence for six new interdisciplinary study programmes in computing based on labor market needs
  • ensuring expert consultancy in development of interdisciplinary curricula
  • signing of formal agreements with Serbian universities for long-term cooperation
  • providing opportunities for students from the partner universities to do their training and student practice
  • providing cooperation in development of laboratories and teaching methods
  • conducting of the external quality assessment for implemented programmes
  • supporting dissemination and all relevant project activities

Key person

Dusko Katic

Dr. Dusko Katic is a Control and Robotics Engineer and an ICT Research Scientist with experience in many projects dealing with simulation and control of complex large-scale systems, mathematical modeling and control synthesis of robotic systems and flying objects. The main domains of his expertise include intelligent control, intelligent information systems, computational intelligence, multi-agent systems and cognitive robotics. He is also a Lecturer and Adjunct Professor for doctoral studies in intelligent robotics at national and international universities.