Jozef Stefan Institute (JSI)

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Founded in 1949, the Jozef Stefan Institute (JSI), Ljubljana, is the leading Slovenian institution for pure and applied research in natural sciences and technology. At present, it employs about 900 people and plays the role of a national institute, complementing the role of the universities and bridging the gap between academic research and industrial applications. The Computer Systems department (http://cs.ijs.si) at JSI conducts research in the fields of complex and dynamic optimisation algorithms, real-time and embedded computer systems, computer vision and pattern recognition, human-computer interaction, electronic design and test, and processor architectures.

Relevant Expertise for the project:

Research activities and experiences of the department related to the MANTIS project: multi-objective optimisation, dynamic-system optimisation, design of complex algorithms, pattern recognition, human-machine interaction.

Role in the project:

JSI will be involved in WP1, WP3, WP5 and WP7.

JSI will be the leader of the WP5.

WP1: In collaboration with other partners we will collaborate in specification definition in order to have insight into the problem, which we will actively solve in other WPs.

WP3: We have experiences with developing and working with smart sensors.

WP5: We have experiences on development and testing of Human-machine interfaces. We will lead this WP.

WP7: We will contribute so the scientific dissemination, with journal and conference papers.