Smart Technologies & Smart Research

Scientific Seminar „Smart Technologies & Smart Research”

Venue: 5/15 CNTI

Time: May 8, 2024, 9:45 am – 12:45 am


  1. Galia Marinova, Technical University, Sofia, Bulgaria: Digital Twins and Prototypes to Teach Smart Cities and Cybersecurity
  2. Georges Badr, USEK University, Jounieh, Lebanon:
    An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence:  Domains and Applications in Healthcare, Law, and Business
  3. Kavi Kumar Khedo, University of Mauritius, Reduit, Mauritius:
    Artificial Intelligence to support research, Convergence of Technologies: IoT, Big Data, Robotics and AI
  4. Madiha Metawie, BUE, Cairo, Egypt:
    AI- ChatGPT Usage Among Users: Factors Affecting Intentions to Use and the Moderating Effect of Privacy Concerns
  5. Jiri Balej, Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic:
    Leveraging Generative AI for Student Project Evaluation
  6. Anton Vorina, Higher Vocational College Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia:
    Smart research with varied professional insights from different countries: A case study
  7. Shalini Bariar, VES Institute of Management, Vivekanand Educational Society, Mumbai, India:
    Best practices for Establishing Accessible, Inclusive and Digitized Education Environment in Higher Education institutions to target SDG  4, 10 and 17
  8. Sara Brito Filipe, Marta Felix, Instituto Politecnico de Castelo Branco, Portugal:
    Inclusion, Equality and Diversity in HEIs. The role of technology in student engagement. The case of IPCB
  9. Mabel Giraldo, Nicole Bianquin, University of Bergamo, Italy:
    Inclusion in higher education: the experience of UNIBG disability centre between specialized tutoring and guidance
  10. Eric Bindah, University of Mauritius, Reduit, Mauritius:
    Enhancing Academic Performance in Blended Learning Environments: A Conceptual Inquiry into Academic Engagement and Motivation
  11. Artur Strzelecki, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland:
    Acceptance and use of ChatGPT in higher education: Application of the extended UTAUT and UTAUT2 theories with moderating effects of study level and gender in various cultural contexts.

Seminar Organizer: Department of Informatics, Faculty of Informatics and Communication, Bachelor & Master Studies College, International Relations Office