CKC informs all teachers, parents and children that the platform of the Nextlab.tech robotics competiution for children will be open on March 11, 2020 at 16.00. Online trainings will be performed via videoconference. Please be informed that tjis year we …

March 11, 2020 Launcing the second edition of nextlab.tech robotics competition for children Read more »

CKC invites all participants at the nextlab.tech robotics competition to attend the final event on Oct 25, 2019 in the Faculty of Cybernetics and Computer Science, Bucharest Univerity of Economic Studies, Calea Dorobanti 15-17, Bucharest, Romania. More details are available …

Oct 25, 2019 Final event for Nextlab.tech robotics competition 2019 Read more »

This study analyzes the impact of a curricular reform project implemented in Romania between 2014-2015. It illustrates the process of implementing CAMSS (Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, Social and cyberSecurity) disciplines in the curricula of some of the major local universities. The study shall be published …

14th of January 2018 – Case study presentation: Creating an Industry 4.0 curricula in Romanian universities Read more »

Representatives of partner universities and institutions are invited to participate in an online Webex meeting on the 16th of October 2017 at 16:00. The objective of the meeting is to discuss the final version of the projects. Connection details will …

16th of October 2017 – Webex meeting for preparing the Cyber_Education and Cloud_Education projects Read more »

SECITC Conference brings together computer security researchers, cryptographers, industry representatives and graduate students interested in any aspect of information security and privacy. One of SECITC’s primary goals is to bring together security and privacy researchers and professionals from different communities …

8th of June 2017 – The 6th International Conference on Security for ITC Read more »

CKC has supported the study  “A Model For Predicting Future Demand For ICT Specialists In Romania” that makes a forecast of the number of Romanian ICT specialists that could be employed in 2020. It predicts the demand of 584,000 ICT …

5th of May 2017 – Case Study Presentation: A Model For Predicting Future Demand For ICT Specialists In Romania Read more »

The International Conference on INFORMATICS in ECONOMY (IE), Education, Research & Business Technologies, is held every year since 1993 in Bucharest, Romania. The Conference promotes research results in Business Informatics and related Computer Science topics: Cloud, Distributed and Parallel Computing, …

4th of May 2017: The 16th International Conference on Informatics in Economy (IE 2017) Read more »