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New projects in 2017
01. September 2017 | News
In 2017, we started to implement three important international projects. In January was launched the Interreg Europe project InnovaTion in Health And Care for All (ITHACA), in February Interreg Danube project Excellence in research, social and technological innovation project management (Re-STI) and in July JUST project Cyber Violence and Harassment against Women and Girls (CYBERVAW).
Visiting researchers at CSI
31. August 2017 | News
Since 2011, when CSI was established, we have hosted several leading survey methodologists. In 2012 Mick Couper, PhD, a world-leading expert on web surveys from University of Michigan, attended the 1st Web Survey Day, where he participated in the introductory part and answered the questions about the general state of web surveys worldwide.
CSI researchers presenting at HCII 2017
20. July 2017 | News
Andraž Petrovčič, PhD, and Vesna Dolničar, PhD, attended the 19th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2017) that took place in Vancouver, Canada, from 9-14 July 2017. HCII2017 is the largest international forum for the dissemination and exchange of up-to-date scientific information on theoretical, generic and applied areas of HCI.
Kick-off of JUST project "Click-off! Stop cyber violence against women and girls"
05. July 2017 | News
In July 2017, the JUST project"Click-off! Stop cyber violence against women and girls" was lunched. The project is co-financed by the EC Directorate - General Justice and Consumers and coordinated by the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities of the Republic of Slovenia. The University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences participates in the project as partner.
The first national stakeholders' meeting of the Interreg Europe ITHACA project
23. June 2017 | News
The first national stakeholders' meeting of the Interreg Europe ITHACA project was held at the Faculty of Social Sciences on 22 June 2017. ITHACA involves nine EU regions with a shared ambition of accelerating the scaling up of smart health and care innovation that can support active and healthy living and secure the triple win of economic growth, more sustainable health and care systems as well as the improved wellbeing of Europe’s citizens.