- published: 08 Apr 2016
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The video clip from Croatian INNOSOC students provides general information about Croatia and two Croatian universities: University of Zagreb and Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek. The students also present their faculties: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb and Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Osijek.
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--About Croatia and Zagreb--- Welcome to the capital city of Croatia, welcome to Zagreb. Croatia is located between Central Europe, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean. Croatia covers 56,594 square kilometres and has population of around 4.3 million people. Croatia is homeland of many famous people including Nikola Tesla, 2Cellos guys and Luka Modrić. Things like tie, pen and mp3 player were invented here. Croatia has diverse climates, many national parks and It is perhaps best known for its Adriatic coast which contains more than a thousand islands. It is also a place where mega popular TV show Game of Thrones is filmed. Croatian capital, Zagreb, is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain. It is the largest city o...
A team of researchers at the University of Zagreb, led by Prof Vedran Bilas, will be working on Project PERRUN. The project seeks to address the challenge to landmine detection posed by non-cooperative soils. These soils are found in many heavily mined areas worldwide and have the effect of dramatically reducing the detection capabilities of even the most advanced metal detectors. For more information check out our website http://www.findabetterway.org.uk/
Computing for Free (invited lecture, Aug 31, 2010), Lecturer: Prof. Mladen Pavicic, Full Professor, University of Zagreb, Aug 30 - Sep 2, 2010 - Sustainable sources of energy, Brijuni Conference. http://www.brijuni-conference.irb.hr/past.html Web page: http://www.irb.hr/users/mpavicic/
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A group of nineteen students from Meiji Gakuin University (MGU) in Tokyo spent their Fall 2015 semester studying abroad at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management. This exchange is a result of ZSEM's efforts to develop its international cooperation with renowned universities around the world, notably those in Asia. MGU students arrived early in Zagreb and took a 2-week Intensive Business English course in order to best prepare themselves for a semester of classes taught in English. They self-selected their courses for the semester, while all nineteen students took a Croatian Studies class. During the Croatian studies course, students learned about the Croatian culture and they visited the Embassy of Japan in Zagreb, the Croatian Parliament and numerous local businesses.
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