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    New Erasmus+ project at the University of Ljubljana - Teaching Artificial Intelligence

    As coordinating institution, the University of Ljubljana was successful in one project application in the category Key Action 2: Collaborative Partnerships in Higher Education (KA220-HED).

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    Liquid Crystals Represent a New Generation of Quantum Light Sources

    Liquid crystals are present in our daily lives in our TVs and phone displays. On one hand, they possess the properties of liquids, but on the other hand, they exhibit molecular-level order similar to that found in crystals. This makes them extremely useful for manipulating light. Researchers Aljaž Kavčič and Dr. Matjaž Humar from the Jožef Stefan Institute and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Ljubljana, in collaboration with colleagues from the Jožef Stefan Institute and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light in Germany, were the first to demonstrate that liquid crystals can also be used to generate quantum light with numerous advantages over existing sources.

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    Call for research papers on technology transfer and IP at the 17. International Technology Transfer Conference (ITTC)

    Are you employed at a public research organisation and have an inventive and innovative idea or technology that you are looking to bring to the market? We invite you to submit research papers on the topics of technology transfer and intellectual property rights. Selected papers will be presented at the International Technology Transfer Conference (ITTC) on October 9th at the Jožef Stefan Institute.

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    First EUTOPIA_HEALTH Day

    The first EUTOPIA_HEALTH Day was held University of Babeș-Bolyai in Cluj, Romania.

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    Prof. dr. Tomaž Deželan presented the Erasmus+ FLECSLAB project at EUTOPIA Week in Cluj

    In mid-June 2024 the University Babeș-Bolyai in Cluj, Romunia hosted EUTOPIA Week.

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    Transforming food waste into sustainable soil improvers

    Food waste is a major challenge of modern times. How to reduce it and use it usefully? This challenge will be faced by the partners on the Waste4Soil project. The living laboratories will look for new technological solutions and products to reduce the amount of food waste by recycling it into soil improvers and biostimulants.

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    UL FKKT Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the International Master’s Program MESC

    The Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the University of Ljubljana is one of the partners in the international master's program MESC (Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion, also known as i-MESC). Since its establishment in 2004, the program has been recognized as an educational initiative of the Alistore Network of Excellence, addressing the growing need for education in the fields of electrochemistry and green technologies, which are part of the European Green Deal. This week, from July 3 to July 5, 2024, in Amiens, France, the program is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

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    ECOTOPIA: “Living in Ljubljana has been an amazing experience”

    Montse Cirera and Max Guasch are two GNMI students participating in the first edition of the Ecotopia exchange program in Ljubljana. Now that their exchange experience is ending, they told us more about what it's like to be part of the Ecotopia Program, University of Ljubljana and living in Slovenia.

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    Artificial intelligence for predicting process condition variations in laser powder bed fusion of metals

    Assistant professor Dominik Kozjek, a researcher in the Laboratory for Mechatronics, Production systems, and Automation (LAMPA) at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UL, in cooperation with researchers from Northwestern University (Illinois, United States), the United States Army Research Laboratory, and the company DMG MORI Advanced Solutions, developed a new method of predicting meltpool temperature variations in the laser-powder bed fusion of metals (PBF-LB/M) process.

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    Restoration of wetland and meadow ecosystems

    Meadow and wetland ecosystems fulfil various functions that are essential for the life of different plant and animal species and for human activities. These ecosystems are highly efficient carbon sinks and habitats for animal and plant species of European importance in Natura 2000. They are rapidly being lost due to climate change (drought, evaporation, erosion, cracking, sward damage, etc.) and land use change, as well as the introduction of invasive alien plant and animal species. How can wetlands and meadow ecosystems be better managed to help mitigate the climate crisis and conserve biodiversity?

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    Reorganization of Social Work Centers Between Declared and Actual

    How successful was the reorganization of Social Work Centers (SWC), implemented in 2018 by the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Affairs, and Equal Opportunities? The ministry, SWC employees, and users have different opinions. This was found in the doctoral dissertation "Evaluation of the Reorganization of Social Work Centers in the Republic of Slovenia from the Perspective of Selected Public Governance Models" by Dr. Matej Babšek from the Faculty of Public Administration at the University of Ljubljana. This exceptional work earned him the Mzia Mikeladze award, presented by the Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe (NISPAcee) for outstanding doctoral dissertations in the field of public administration and public policies.

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    A new generation of students from Ukraine successfully completes a course in Slovene at UL

    Students at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana, from the Slavic Studies department, offered free help in the form of Slovenian language lessons, socialising, support and getting to know life in Ljubljana. The students who taught Slovenian were coordinated by Urša Glušič and Jure Miholič.

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    New Ways of "Recognizing" Biological Molecules

    For the normal course of all life processes, the cooperation of multiple biomolecules is required, such as various proteins, DNA molecules, etc. It is crucial that specific molecules form mutual 'contacts' to execute a particular biological process. But how do different molecules "know" which ones should meet?

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    Dr. Matej Babšek receives the NISPAcee Mzia Mikeladze Award for his PhD thesis

    Research Assistant Dr. Matej Babšek is the recipient of the 2024 NISPAcee Mzia Mikeladze Award, which he received at the recent NISPAcee Annual Conference held in Tbilisi, Georgia, from 23 to 25 May 2024.

  • EUTOPIA Review

    The publication EUTOPIA Review is a meeting point of ideas, a platform that gives space to different voices and schools of thought, as well as a forum for interdisciplinary scientific discussions. The publication contains the papers of the most promising researchers in the EUTOPIA Alliance, and the honor of writing the first chapter of the first edition belonged to Slovenian scientist and Nobel lavreate, prof. dr. Lučka Kajfež Bogataj. She wrote about the role of the city in reducing global pressures on the environment.

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    LANDLABS - Landscape Laboratories: Design Strategies for Sustainable and Beautiful Landscapes of the Anthropocene

    How can landfills, mining areas or transportation infrastructure corridors that are part of our urban landscape be transformed into sustainable and beautiful places? How can we create a coexistence between humans, animals, plants, water, soil and technical elements in these areas? These are the questions addressed by LANDLABS, a doctoral research project in the field of landscape planning and design, which was successfully funded in April 2024 as part of the call for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Doctoral Networks.

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    10 Steps to a National System for Monitoring the Physical Fitness of Children and Adolescents According to Recommendations from the FitBack Network

    In an era where children and adolescents are increasingly exposed to sedentary lifestyles and screen time, the question arises on how to reverse the trend of their continuous decline in physical fitness. A recent study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, prominently featuring researchers from the SLOfit team, offers a solution—systematic monitoring of physical fitness at both individual and population levels. There are several such national systems currently in existence—how do they differ? What are their advantages, and where are their limitations? Most importantly, how can we design and establish such a system using the best practices in 10 steps?

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    Third consecutive win for UL PF at international student EU law moot court competition

    Faculty of Law University of Ljubljana team won the Central and Eastern Europe Moot Competition (CEEMC), which took place in Prague from April 26 to 28. The competition is organised by the British Law Centre of Juris Angliae Scientia Ltd, and held under the auspices of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Centre for European Legal Studies of the University of Cambridge. Teams from the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana have been successfully participating in the competition for over 20 years now, with this year's triumph marking the third consecutive win.

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    UL celebrated EUTOPIA day for the first time: international networking to tackle climate challenges

    Yesterday, the University of Ljubljana (UL) celebrated EUTOPIA day for the first time with a series of events on climate challenges and finding solutions for a sustainable future. Experts and students experts discussed and presented how UL, researchers and researchers are tackling and finding solutions to climate challenges at the European Union House in Ljubljana. The Alliance Day was held simultaneously at all ten partner universities and celebrated the efforts to create a common higher education space that fosters the development of education, research and innovation both locally and globally.