Center for Information Technologies
CIT is official University center and provider for development and application of e-learning and teleconferencing.
2009 Imagine Cup Winners - Live Services Award - Second place: Serbia, BrainWave
Posted on 10th July
CIT Students' team Brainwave led by Vladimir Milivojevic represented SERBIA at the WORLD IMAGINE CUP 2009 Competition with their project "People to People Economy" in Software Design Category at 2009 Worldwide Finals that was held in Cairo, Egypt from July 3-7, 2009. They won Live Services Award - the Second place.
More than 300,000 students from over 142 countries entered the 2009 competition. The theme of 2010 Imagine Cup is "Imagine a world where technology helps solve the world's toughest problems." The Imagine Cup was founded in 2003. Worldwide Finals host countries have spanned the globe from Spain, to Brazil, to Japan, to India, to South Korea, to France and last year, in Egypt. The 2010 Worldwide Finals will take place in Poland.
Worldwide Competitors at 2009 Worldwide Finals:
Brainwave team was founded in 2008. We work in offices of Center for Information Technologies, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Center for Career Development,Kragujevac. We gathered to take part in the Imagine Cup 2009 competition, but also to try to make our contribution to Millennium Development Goals. The members of the team are students from third and fifth year of studies at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Faculty of Philology and Arts. More INFO
Winners of IMAGINE CUP 2009 Serbia competition
Posted on 22nd May
CIT Students' team Brainwave led by Professor Grujovic won the local IMAGINE CUP 2009 Serbia Competition with their project "People to People Economy" in Software Design Category. They will represent Serbia at 2009 Worldwide Finals that will be held in Cairo, Egypt from July 3-7, 2009.
In 2009, the Imagine Cup challenges the world's most talented students to "Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems facing us today". The United Nations has identified some of the hardest challenges in the world today in its Millennium Goals. This year the Imagine Cup uses these ambitious challenges as a guiding light to inspire change all over the world.
The Software Design competition challenges students to explore their own creativity by using technology to solve what they consider to be the toughest problems facing our global society. The Imagine Cup provides the incentive, but the competitors provide the genius behind innovative, dynamic, and powerful software applications. Using Microsoft tools and technology, competitors unleash their ideas, curiosities, and talents towards creating usable software applications. More INFO
Artificial breastbone made by RP device at CIT
Posted on 15th April
Manufacturing of the sternum or breastbone (a long flat bone located in the center of the human chest) by RP technique that was implanted into human body by medical surgeons in Kragujevac Clinical Center.
Artificial breastbone made by RP device at CIT is produced of medical materials. This procedure saved life of a patient who was operated. More INFO
Important role of the Center is implementation of advanced trainings of students and staff regarding IT.
CIT is equipped with high-tech rapid prototyping system, ZCorporation ZPrinter 310 RP System based n 3D printing technology.
is a very useful technology for telemedicine applications, such as diagnosis, consulting, transmission of medical images, etc., in real time. Videoconferencing can enable individuals in faraway places to have meetings on short notice.
CIT is recognized as a regional leader for software development in hydroinformatics and it became principal partner to National institute for water resources management.
Activities of the Center
Research and development in the area of information technologies, engineering software and designing and implementation of computer operated systems, especially in area of information systems building and hydroinformatics.
Organizing of educational activities in the spheres of information technologies, engineering software and designing and implementation of computer operated systems. Publication activities (printed materials, electronic multimedia releases - CD, DVD, internet and eLearning contents).
Research conducted at the University of Kragujevac in collaboration with world renowned institutions such as: M.I.T., the Technical University of Athens, the Imperial College, Harvard University, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Nanyang Technological University Singapore, and in conjunction with domestic and foreign industry.
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