ALADIN Meeting – ALpe ADria INitiative Universities’ eNetwork: Contributions to eRegion Development

June 7, 2006
14:00 - 15:30
Hotel Park - Kosovel Hall

Paolo Inchingolo, Professor & Director, Higher Education in Clinical Engineering (HECE)
Chairman, IHE Transnational Committee for Central and Eastern Europe & Delegate, ALADIN – ALpe ADria INitiative Universities Network, University of Trieste, Italy
András Gábor, Associate Professor & Head
Department of Information Systems, Director, Technology Transfer Center
Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Josef Basl, Professor & Vice-Dean for International Relations and Development
Department of Information Technologies, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics

Prague University of Economics, Czech Republic

Dragan Čišić, Associate Professor & Vice Dean for Research and Technology
Faculty of Maritime Studies, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Borislav Jošanov, Assistant Professor & Head
Department for Informatics, Novi Sad Business School, Serbia & Montenegro
Bernhard R. Katzy, Professor & Founder of CeTIM GmbH
Center for Technology and Innovation Management, University BW München, Germany
Miroljub Kljajić, Professor & Head
Laboratory of Cybernetics and Decision Support Systems
Research Program, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Anton Lavrin, Associate Professor & Head, Office of the European Projects
IST National Contact Point, European Union, Technical University of Košice, Slovak Republic
Otto Petrovic, Professor & evolaris Chairman of the Board
Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, Austria

eALADIN Perspective:
Andrew Deegan
, Professor & Associate Dean            to be confirmed
Department of Management Information Systems, Quinn School of Business, Faculty of Commerce, University College Dublin, Ireland

Richard Scudder
, Associate Professor & Head
Department of Information Technology and Electronic Commerce
Daniels College of Business, University of Denver, United States

The Universities are creating international networks, at regional level, sharing common ideas and knowledge in teaching and research activities in the field of eCommerce. University network is considered an important contributor to eRegion development of the neighbouring countries.

The intention of the cooperation is to create mobility of students and professors, imposing common lectures, creating virtual teams of students from different Universities and professors lecturing at different Universities, in order to harmonize with global and international activities of eCommerce.

Participating Aladin Universities:
Participating eAladin Universities
eAladin web site
Aladin web site