|20.03.2017.||MEMBER OF NeReLa TEAM PARTICIPATED IN REV2017 CONFERENCE AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, USA|
Prof. Slobodan Dudić from University of Novi Sad participated in the 14th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation REV2017, which was held from 15-17 March 2017 at Columbia University, New York, USA. Prof. Slobodan Dudić presented the research paper “Remote Laboratory for Learning Basics of Pneumatic Control” submitted to REV2017 conference by the members of NeReLa team from University of Novi Sad: Brajan Bajči, Jovan Šulc, Vule Reljić, Dragan Šešlija, Slobodan Dudić, Ivana Milenković.
|13.02.2017.||NeReLa REMOTE EXPERIMENTS DEMONSTRATED AT THE “New technologies in education” INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND TRADE FAIR|
The traditional international conference and trade fair “New technologies in education”, organized by the British Council Serbia, was held between February 9th and 11th at the BelExpoCenter in Belgrade.
Radojka Krneta and Miroslav Bjekić, professors of the Faculty of technical sciences in Čačak, presented the results of the NeReLa Tempus project on February 10th 2017, at the stand of the the Tempus Foundation and on their invitation. Promotional fliers with information about LiReX web repository and accredited program for training of secondary and specialized school teachers were distributed to interested visitors. Demonstrations of remote experiments from the LiReX web repository were also held.
|10.11.2016.||NeReLa DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP AT SAUM 2016 CONFERENCE|
NeReLa Dissemination Workshop was held in the framework of the 13th International conference on Systems, Automatic control and Measurements - SAUM 2016 on September 10th, 2016. The Workshop consisted of plenary, regular and demo sessions. In the plenary session, the results, so far achieved in the project, were presented to the participants. A new approach in the implementation of remote experiments, the experiment itself and appropriate virtual environment for the preparation of the experiment were also demonstrated. Within the regular session, colleagues from UNINI presented the paper "Remote Control of Mechatronic Slider-Crank Mechanism", which describes a new remote experiment within LiReX platform. During demo session, the conference participants had the opportunity to try the remaining remote experiments realized by UNINI within NeReLa project.