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Visit from Serbian Researcher of the RT-RK National Research Institute

7, Jun, 2019

Nives Kaprocki, assistant professor and PhD student of the Faculty of Technical Sciences of Novi Sad, Serbia, visited CISTER while on a mobility scholarship of the Erasmus+ programme.
She is also a researcher at the RT-RK National Research Institute, specializing in Deep Learning and Autonomous Systems and in its application to the automotive sector. Such research interests are greatly aligned with some of the research frameworks CISTER has been pushing forward, and therefore, not surprisingly this short visit resulted in several and quite fruitful technical discussion with CISTER's cooperative autonomous systems research team, which has been developing relevant tools and simulation frameworks in the topic.
Very much interested in the research/industry synergetic model pursued at CISTER-Labs, Nives, got the opportunity to see several demonstrations of two industry-driven projects which have recently finished - SafeCOP and ENABLE-S3.
Several potentially interesting cooperation opportunities will be followed in the next months with RT-TK.

Related Projects:

European Initiative to Enable Validation for Highly Automated Safe and Secure Systems
Safe Cooperating Cyber-Physical Systems using Wireless Communication