Call for ERASMUS+ international academic mobility on ICT study programme

22 April 2019

We open the call to study on ICT programme (code 067 according to UNESCO international standard – ISCED) during one semester for 2019-2020 academic year within Erasmus+ academic mobility project with Spanish University of Jaén (UJA). To participate in the competition students should send CV and motivation letter until April 26, 2019 to the e-mail address:

liudmyla.titova@nure.ua (Titova L., International Coordinator).

 

 

Selection criteria (in order of preference):

  1. Academic performance of candidates
  2. Knowledge of English
  3. Lack of previous experience of participation in academic mobility projects
  4. The less advantaged socio-economic backgrounds (including internally displaced persons, etc.)

University of Jaén provides the selected students with a grant from the Erasmus+ project which contributes to travel and the cost of living. The tuition at UJA is free.

One staff and one teaching mobilities are available within this programme also.

Teaching and administrative applicants should send their CV and plan for teaching / training correspondingly to the above mentioned contact for the selection by committee headed by Vice-rector for Innovative Corporate Affairs and Administration.

University of Jaén ranks 75th in the Shanghai ranking (ARWU 2015) among world universities within Computer Science area (http://www.ujaen.es/serv/vicint/home/index).

Looking for volunteers for ZIP-quest

25 July 2016

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems and Technologies is working at the department

31 March 2016

From 2016 the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems and Technologies headed by police Colonel Uzlov D.Yu. is working at the department. Its focus is intelligence analysis in the field of criminalistics.

In the modern world organized crime and terrorist organizations are often at the forefront of technological innovation in planning, executing and concealing their criminal activities and the revenues stemming from them. Unfortunately, the efforts of Law Enforcement Agencies are often lagging behind when tackling criminal activities supported by “advanced” technologies. Therefore, generating the targeted technologies and developing the intelligent services for fighting both old and new forms of crime and terrorist behaviors assume ever greater importance. Read more about one of laboratory’s development on the Web site of Realtime intelligence crime analytics system