last modification : 2017. február 27.


Visuality & Mathematics: Experiential Education of Mathematics through Visual Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities

This project (530394-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-HU-TEMPUS-JPHES) was accomplished between 2012 and 2014 with the following consortium partners:

  • University of Jyväskylä, Finland
  • Sint-Lucas School of Architecture, Brussels, Belgium
  • University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria
  • ICT College of Vocational Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
  • University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  • Belgrad Metropolitan University, Serbia
  • Mathematical Institute of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia

The primary goal was to find the connection between mathematics and visual arts and develop methods and materials which can be used at any stage of mathematics education, from primary school to university level. More details about the project and its results can be found at


Development possibilities of RFID/NFC technologies in the concept of Internet of Things

In the frame of this project, we established the IoT Research Institute, that carries on the initiated research according to the needs of our industrial partners. For details please visit its homepage:

Joint research projects with Johannes Kepler University Linz

  • 2013, Austro-Hungarian OMAA project (87öu15): "Theorem Exploration mit dem Theorema Beweissystem, und Verwendung beim Unterrichten der Logik und Mathematik"
  • 2012, Austro-Hungarian TéT project (TÉT_10-1-2011-0679): "Evaluating Process Algebra Models versus State-Oriented Models for the Performance Analysis of Real-Time Systems and Software Designs"
  • 2012-2013, Austro-Hungarian OMAA project (83öu17): "SAT und GRID"
  • 2009-2010, Austro-Hungarian TéT project (AT-25/2008): "Introducing Syntactical Constraints in Object-Oriented Programming Supporting Design Pattern Principles"
  • 2007-2008, Austro-Hungarian TéT project (A-16/2006): "Analyzing Real-Time Systems by Combining Temporal Logic and Statistical Models"

Geometric Modeling Methods and Algorithms

The aim of this project is to study geometric properties of spline curves and surfaces applied in computer aided geometric design, and develop further methods of geometric modeling, such as sphere-based modeling of shapes.

For details visit the project home page:


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