Professor Vera Kovačević-Vujčić
The Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Colloquium has been founded in 2012 with an aim to support the growing interest in Computer Science and its interconnections with Mathematics. The Colloquium activities include:
- regular weekly lectures, organized through the meetings of the Seminar on Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. Topics of the lectures range from research reports in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics to computational studies and new software developments;
- regular weekly lectures, organized through the meetings of the Artificial Intelligence Seminar. Various scientific topics and results in the field of artificial intelligence are considered at the Seminar: from the traditional topics like logics and formal methods, reasoning, knowledge representation, natural language processing, machine learning, computational intelligence, artificial neural networks, and application of artificial intelligence in different fields;
- regular weekly lectures, organized through the meetings of the Seminar for Decision making – theory, technology and practice. Seminar sessions include a presentation of contemporary scientific achievements and challenges in the area of decision making and discussion of the problems from practice that require decision making support;
- visits of foreign mathematicians and computer sciencists;
- promoting young researchers through presentations of their doctoral theses;
- presentations of books, mathematical software, and video lectures.
The current chair of the Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Colloquium is Professor Vera Kovačević-Vujčić with the assistance of Dr. Tatjana Davidović.