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The Eco Forum, held in Zlatibor from May 20th to 22nd, brought together experts and industry leaders to delve into crucial sustainability and circular economy topics. With a focus on circular economy, recycling, e-mobility, and renewable energy, the event highlighted the increasing importance of corporate sustainability in Serbia. Our CEO, Dr. Srđan Krčo, presented on...
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DunavNET is honored to welcome Professor Olivier Donard, an esteemed member of the French National Academy of Sciences, for a collaborative effort within the TraceWindu project. Prof. Donard brings his distinguished expertise to our team as we develop innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) models strategically designed to combat fraud in the wine industry. Prof. Donard is...
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Today, DunavNET AI researchers will participate in the “Wine in Blue” seminar, held at UDG in Donja Gorica, Montenegro. The seminar will present the findings of the TRACEWINDU project and explore the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) for cloud-based wine data analysis. Daliborka Nedić and Anja Jakovljević (DunavNET), in collaboration with esteemed professors Olivier...
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In November, our researchers Daliborka Nedić and Svjetlana Krčo had a unique opportunity to visit prestigious research institutions in France. The IPREM Institute (The Institute of Analytical Sciences and Physico-Chemistry for Environment and Materials) and the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) in the city of Pau hosted this inspiring visit, which was...
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Diego Freire, an electronic engineer from Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial (INTI) in Argentina, spent two months studying smart devices within the TRACEWINDUu project, as part of Work Package 4. Diego’s focus was on concretizing the application of smart tags and IoT enablers. In collaboration with experts from DunavNET, Diego explored opportunities to enhance the...
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We are pleased to announce the release of the research study, “Blockchain Adoption in the Wine Supply Chain.” Authored by a dedicated team including Bojana Mališić, Nemanja Mišić, Srđan Krčo, Aleksandra Martinović, Sandra Tinaj, and Tomo Popović, this systematic literature review investigates the emerging role of blockchain technology in the wine industry. Blockchain has garnered...
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On 12 May 2023, along with the University of Donja Gorica, we participated in the 3rd Wine Fair held in Podgorica. During the event, we had the privilege of showcasing the H2020 DEMETER and H2020 TRACEWINDU projects at our dedicated exhibition booth. This provided an excellent platform for researchers to engage in direct conversations with...
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Researchers from the University of Donja Gorica (UDG) and DunavNET (DNET) recently presented their collaborative project, TRACEWINDU, at the 27th IEEE Conference on Information Technology IT 2023. The conference, which took place in Zabljak, Montenegro from 15th to 18th February, featured a special session dedicated to EU projects being implemented in the region. The TRACEWINDU...
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Professor Dr. Tomo Popovic recently embarked on secondment with DNET to continue collaborative work on the TRACEWINDU project. During this period, both parties organized several meetings and workshops to further their research efforts. Additionally, representatives from DNET and UDG visited a workshop on Industry 4.0 in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia, organized by the company Metalac. The...
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Bojana Malisic, a University of Donja Gorica PhD candidate, did a secondment within the TRACEWINDU project at DNET. During her stay in Novi Sad, UDG and DNET continued work on TRACEWINDU project activities. We organized several meetings and workshops focusing on the joint preparation of presentation for IT2023 and publication aimed at a literature review...
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