The Center for Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity, University of Rijeka, connects scientists from various fields working on interdisciplinary research projects. The Center is strongly focused on the knowledge transfer from academia to industry and vice versa. It is a polygon for multidisciplinary collaboration, starting partnerships, sharing knowledge, and development and testing of innovative ideas with high market potentials. The Center firmly fosters international collaboration with scientists and high-tech companies from abroad.
Latest Research Papers
- Arian Skoki, a Teaching Assistant at the University of Rijeka, enthusiastically reflects on the remarkable experience at the Data Science Conference Europe in Belgrade! 🚀 Immersed in a dynamic community of passionate and knowledgeable individuals, the event provided an excellent platform for Arian to connect with industry peers, fostering a valuable exchange of ideas and […]
- INFCON23 – Scientific gathering of computer science PhD students, November 11 and 12, 2023! 🚀 An incredible showcase of 16+ top PhD researchers from the AIRI Center and invited lectures by Mirjana Kljajić Borštnar, FOV Maribor and Antonija Mandić, University North and presentations of activities at the UNIRI Doctoral School and the Prometej Fund by […]
- On the 11th of October, 2023, prof. Lerga presented research results and activities of the AIRI Center in Nitra, Slovakia, at the Constantine the Philosopher University.
- AIRI center was acknowledged by the Faculty of Informatics and Digital Technologies for successful collaboration in 2020 during the annual meeting of the FIDT.
- Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sc. Jonatan Lerga received an annual award from the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts for the highest scientific achievements in 2021 in the field of technical sciences for the work “Advanced Digital Signal Processing and Machine Learning,” containing 28 scientific papers in renowned international journals (13 of which were published in […]
- Dr. Sc. Nikola Lopac successfully defended his doctoral dissertation “Detection of Gravitational-Wave Signals from Time-Frequency Distributions Using Deep Learning” at the University of Rijeka, Faculty of Engineering on the 11th of March 2022. The doctoral dissertation was defended under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sc. Jonatan Lerga.