Preliminary program and invitation letter are available at Zenodo.
Awarded students from ETF are Miloš Budimir, Ivan Simić,
Marko Bugarinović, Sandra Božović, and Miljan Đorđević.
Congratulations and enjoy Pycon Balkan!
PyCon Balkan is an annual conference, organized by Python Belgrade Organization, that takes place in the
Balkan region since 2018.
PyCon Balkan 2019 will be held on Oct. 3-5, in Hilton hotel, in Belgrade, Serbia.
The conference will consist of over 30 talks and workshops held over a 3 days period. The Authors and attendees come from all over the world, and with a wide variety of subjects being covered, a truly global mindset has become a landmark of our community.
Find more at https://pyconbalkan.com.
All 2019 resources are freely available online at: https://zenodo.org/communities/pssoh2019/.
FINAL PROGRAM for PSSOH 2019 is available at Zenodo.
Electronic version of the PROCEEDINGS for the Second PSSOH conference can be found here.
|ETF Dean Milo Tomašević||Welcome note|
|PSSOH Editor Miloš Cvetanović||The second PSSOH: Editorial board perspective|
|9:10-9:25||Dragan Satarić||Dossier: Patents–And now for something completely different|
|9:25-9:40||Nikola Todorović||Local communities gathered around free software|
|9:40-9:55||Matija Čupić||Open-source business model – GitLab case study|
|9:55-10:10||Filip Maljković||Wikidata: Structured data for the future|
|10:30-10:45||Ignacio Alvarez||Open source in autonomous driving. Accelerating development towards automation|
|10:45-11:00||Dejan V. Tošić and
Milka M. Potrebić
|Symbolic analysis of electric circuits using Maxima CAS|
|11:00-11:15||Miodrag Tasić||Application of free software for electromagnetic modeling|
|11:15-11:30||Nikola Knežević, David Seničić
and Kosta Jovanović
|Toward open source robotics - ROS use cases in industrial robotics
and mobile robotics
|12:00-12:15||Milica Ševkušić||Digital technologies in humanities|
|12:15-12:30||Dragana Nikolić||Case study in digital humanities: Roman inscriptions in Serbia|
|12:30-12:45||Danka Purić, Iris Žeželj, Ljiljana B. Lazarević,
and Goran Knežević
|When do open science practices lead to higher quality data?|
|12:45-13:00||Olivera Djordjevic||Statistical software for medical professionals|
|13:30-13:45||Bojana Satarić||Are we talking enough about free software in our schools?|
|13:45-14:00||Branislav Gerazov||Python in science and engineering and its integration in higher education curricula|
|14:00-14:15||Marko Kažić||Building free education|
|14:30-14:45||Dejana Pavlović and
|Digital factors promoting women's’ entry into the Serbian labor market|
|14:45-15:00||Nadica Miljković and
|Gender gap in electrical engineering at the University of Belgrade (1923-2010):
Analysis of graduates’ structure using R
|Nov. 2, 2019||Ivana Madžarević and Nebojša Ratković||Wikipedia editing workshop|
|Nov. 2, 2019||Dejan V. Tošić and Milka M. Potrebić||Symbolic circuit analysis on Android|
|Nov. 2, 2019||Nadica Miljković, Ljiljana B. Lazarević,
Obrad Vučkovac, and Milica Ševkušić
|Open research data practices for researchers|
PSSOH 2019 report is available: