The Technical University of Sofia (TUS) (www.tu-sofia.bg) is the largest higher engineering institution in Bulgaria with long years of experience in providing engineers. TUS trains specialists in Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degree engineering courses essential for industrial development and management.
In its structure, TU Sofia has 15 faculties and 4 separated departments with research staff of more than 1,100, of which 63 are professors, 436 are associated-professors and 345 are assistant professors. The university offers twinning research programs delivered in German, English,
and the French language with association of foreign university partners and governmental organizations for international cooperation. Further training and interdisciplinary research are also available at the Open Faculty.
TUS has signed several international cooperation agreements with technical universities in the following countries – France, Germany, United Kingdom, Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic and Russia, USA and Japan.
We plan to participate in:
WP 2. Requirements and modeling of the educational model – tasks related to design of educational framework for e- assessment, design of assessment models, development of technological specifications, report;
WP 3. Data privacy and ethics – to explore the legal aspects in context of the project, to identify an ethical and legal framework, report;
WP 7. Design and development of pilots – definition, realization and assessment of pilots; WP 8. Pilot evaluation – collecting, analysing data, preparation of report;
WP 9. Dissemination and exploitation – results and analysis dissemination online and offline – institutional media, national media, workshop, scientific events.
The TUS team consists of researchers working in the area of Mathematics, Informatics and Computer Science with expertise and research interests in data modeling, business intelligence, data and text mining, ontologies and semantic web, cryptography, applications of computer algebra, intelligent technologies for learning and teaching, fuzzy logic, eLearning, personal learning and adaptation, technology enhanced learning, intelligent technologies for learning and teaching, web 2.0 and social networking, security and privacy.
The combination and correlation of such scientific experience will contribute to the successful performance of the above mentioned tasks.
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