CONFERENCE PROFILE

Official conference language and language which contributions are accepted in is English.
CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES
  • Multidisciplinary platform for information exchange in research and multimedia and hypermedia applications, in a complex computer support of learning and in new telecommunication services
  • Exchange of best practice in utilisation of advanced ICT for education
  • Information about eLearning activities in the international measure
  • Advertisement of technologies supporting eStrategy
  • Supporting a collaboration among users and suppliers of eLearning solutions
CONFERENCE STRUCTURE
  • Plenary lectures of invited speakers
  • Oral sessions
  • Poster sessions
  • Videoconferencing and remote presentations
  • Panel discussions
  • Exhibition and showcases
TOPICS AND SUBTOPICS
  • Politics of educational process in knowledge society
  • Platforms for consensus, comparison, evaluation, and development of politics of education
  • National and European Qualifications Framework
  • Revitalization of higher education and promotion of industry - university collaboration
  • Multinational educational, training, and youth partner programs
  • International projects of innovative teaching and learning
  • Educational structures over crossing country borders - international recognition of qualifications and comparability of qualifications
  • Sharing best practices on intercultural education
  • Education, Research and Globalization
  • Leadership and University Administration
  • Digital Divide and access to the Internet
  • ICT Skills
  • Evaluation of impact of high - speed networks and new generation Internet access on users
  • Experiences with building and operation of emerging broadband communication structures, in particular of high - speed internet for academic sphere
  • Presentations and verification of publicly oriented network applications and systems (e.g. multimedia applications, videoconferencing, IP streamings with elements of Quality of Services)
  • Architectures and design of distributed learning environments
  • Methodologies for www - based courses
  • Multimedia/hypermedia systems
  • Presentation and sharing of knowledge in the implementation and operation of eStrategy
  • Social Networking: Blogs, Wikis, …
  • Educational/Serious Games and Software
  • IT Services Management and Development
  • Security and Data Protection
  • Videos for Learning and Educational Multimedia
  • Animation and 3D Applications
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Learning and Teaching Innovations
  • Advanced classroom applications and technologies
  • m-Learning: mobile applications and technologies
  • Blended Learning and Flipped Classroom
  • e-Tutoring and e-Mentoring
  • Learning Management Systems (LMS)
  • Building Virtual Communities
  • Agents and agent’s systems
  • Author environment and authoring tools
  • Interactive learning environments
  • Group-ware tools
  • Virtual reality and virtual eLearning infrastructures
  • Quality and efficiency of eLearning
  • Complex eLearning environments and solutions
  • Concepts and modeling of virtual infrastructures: eLearning, e-business, e-medicine, virtual laboratory, virtual university
  • mLearning: blending the web - based training and wireless eLearning
  • Management and engineering of eLearning systems
  • Standardization of eLearning objects
  • Intelligent tutoring
  • Perspectives in security and research
  • Digital Libraries and Repositories
  • User-Generated Content
  • Open Content
  • Learning Analytics
  • Learning Management Systems (LMS)
  • Building Virtual Communities
  • Plagiarism and Intellectual Property Rights
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Training the e-Trainer
  • Online Assessment
  • Specific courses and designing solution in the countries and institutions
  • Institution - specific cases
  • Virtual universities and university portals
  • Trends in development of new communication technologies and services
  • eLearning and legislation
  • The sustainability of open access in news media and higher education, and the impact of massive open online courses (MOOCs)
  • New Experiences for Curriculum
  • Integration of cross-cultural studies
  • Generic skills and their development
  • Courses, Tutorials and Labs
  • Course management
  • Skill needs of Labour
  • Vocational training
  • Employability issues and trends
  • Language Learning Innovations
  • STEM Education Experiences
  • Pedagogical Methods and Innovations
  • Collaborative and Problem-based Learning
  • Game-based learning and Gamification
  • Academic Advising and Tutoring
  • Assessment of student learning
  • Examination Policies and Grading methods
  • Learning space design: Next generation classroom
  • New challenges for the Higher Education Area

DEADLINES

Full version of contribution (min. 6 pages, for reviewing process) October 26, 2016
Notification about acceptance November 7, 2016
Final paper (final format for publishing in IEEE pproceedings) November 11, 2016
Last information and Final Program November 21, 2016

REGISTRATION FEES and OPTIONS

AUTHOR REGISTRATION FEE
€ 325
Incl. access to the conference program, IEEE CD ROM proceedings, paper publication in IEEE conference proceedings and IEEE Xplore database, coffee breaks, lunches and welcome party
IEEE MEMBER AND STUDENT FEE
€ 275
Incl. access to the conference program, IEEE CD ROM proceedings, paper publication in IEEE conference proceedings and IEEE Xplore database, coffee breaks, lunches and welcome party
CO-AUTHOR AND PASSIVE PARTICIPANT FEE
€ 275
Incl. access to the conference program, IEEE CD ROM proceedings, coffee breaks, lunches and welcome party
ACCOMPANYING PERSON FEE
€ 125
Incl. access to the conference venue, coffee breaks, lunches and welcome party
Cancellation of registration: In case you need to cancel your participation at the conference, the cancellation must be sent in writing and sent to the Conference Secretariat by fax or e-mail. Refunding of the conference fees (to be returned to the participant) (as per mail stamp or date of your fax or e-mail messages) is not possible after November 1, 2016.
The Organizing committee will not provide participants with an invitation letter on the official form of the alien police for the EU visa purposes. The reason is that such official form assumes organizer (elfa, Ltd.), as the inviting institution, to take all the responsibilites (even financial) for the invited participants. Due to safety reasons, elfa, Ltd. cannot keep such responsibilities for purposes of the ICETA 2016 conference. We ask the registered participants from non-EU countries with a visa obligation to take this limitation into account seriously!

AUTHOR SECTION

All papers must be presented either in oral session or in poster session. If a paper, included into the proceedings, fails to be presented any way at the conference, papers wont be published in IEEE Xplore database. Pay to publish is not allowed in IEEE.

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KEYNOTES


Peter Balco

Maria Bohumelova

Lukas Bordak

Sergey Chernyschenko

Martina Drahosova

Gabriel Galgoci

Anna Grabowska

Mikulas Huba

Jozef Hvorecky

Tomas Janotik

Gabriel Juhas

Martin Klimo

Stefan Kozak

Ivan Laska

Mario Lelovsky

Dusan Mesko

Katarina Pisutova

Ľubica Stuchlíková

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Room A (Hoepfner Hall)
08.00 – 09.00 Registration and check in at the Conference Venue
Opening Session Chairman: Peter Feciľak
In English
09.00 – 09.15 Welcome and Opening Information Addresses
Chairman desk:
František Jakab - Organising Committee Chairman, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
Pavel Čičak - Vice rector, Slovak University of Technology
Mario Lelovský - President, IT Association of Slovakia
Gabriel Galgóci - AT&T Global Network Services Slovakia, s.r.o.
Dušan Meško - Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Martin, Slovakia
Marián Bučko - CEO, elfa, s.r.o., Slovakia
Plenary Session I. (invited) Chairman: Peter Feciľak
In English
09.15 – 09.40 BUILDING WORKFORCE FOR THE FUTURE
G. Galgóci, AT&T Global Network Services Slovakia, s.r.o.
09.40 – 10.05 LABOUR MARKET DISPARITIES IN SLOVAK REPUBLIC OR WHAT IS THE FUTURE?
I.Laska, TREXIMA Bratislava, spol. s r.o., Slovakia
10.05 – 10.30 ICT CANNOT CHANGE AN EDUCATION, WE CAN CHANGE IT WITH ICT
D. Meško, Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty ofMedicine, Martin
10.30 – 10.55 ICT EDUACTION REFORM: NEVER PUT OFF TILL TOMORROW WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY
G. Juhás, Ľ. Molnár, Slovak University ot Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
10.55 – 11.20 Coffee break
Plenary Session II. (invited) Chairman: Miroslav Michalko
In English
11.20 – 11.45 INTERNET: A TOOL OR A THREAT?
L. Bordák, Cisco Systems Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia
11.45 – 12.10 ICT INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS TOWARDS EDUCATION SYSTEM IN SLOVAKIA
M. Lelovský, IT Association of Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia
12.10 – 12.30 HOW TO HIRE THE BEST TALENT IN THE AREA OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
T. Janotík, Profesia, spol. s r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
12:30 – 13.30 Lunch Break
Plenary Session III. Chairman: Jozef Hvorecky
In English
13.30 – 13.55 CHALLENGES OF EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
L.Stuchlikova, Slovak university of Education, Bratislava, Slovakia
13.55 – 14.20 FUTURE OF EDUCATION
S. Chernyschenko, Koblenz-Landau University, Germany
14.20 – 14.45 TRENDS IN COMPUTER ARCHITECTURES II.
M. Klimo, University of Zilina, Slovakia
14.45 – 15.00 MOOCS IN SP4CE - CASE STUDIES (STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR CREATIVITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP)
A. Grabowska, PRO-MED, Poland
  TECHNICAL SESSION I.
15.00 – 15.20 LIVE IT PROJECTS AT A UNIVERSITY IN LARGE-SCALE
J. Porubän1, M. Bačiková, Technical univeristy of Košice, Department of Computers and Informatics, Slovakia
15.20 – 15.40 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Khapaeva S. S*,**., Genči J.***, * Moscow Region State University, Moscow, Russia, ** Federal Education Development Institute, Moscow, Russia, ***Technical University of Košice, Košice, Slovakia
15.40 – 16.00 MOOC EDUCATION AT OBUDA UNIVERSITY
D. Száraz, A. Mészáros , J. Gáti and A. Bencsik, Óbuda University/University Research and Innovation Centre, Budapest, Hungary
16.00 – 16.20 THE HUNGARIAN MULTIMEDIA IN EDUCATION SECTION IN THE LIGHT OF THE LAST 21 YEARS
J. Berke – V. Kozma-Bognár John von Neumann Computer Society, Multimedia in Education Section, Budapest, Hungary
16.20 – 16.45 Coffee Break
Round table discussion: Slovakian reform of education system
In Slovak language only
16.45 – 18.00 Juraj Vantuch, national coordinator of specialized education and development, State institute of Specialized Education, Slovakia
Libor Vozár, dean of Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia
Participants: representatives of EDU community in Slovakia
18.00 – 18.45 Dialogues at posters (contacting authors) – ROOM B
The posters will be displayed throughout the whole conference
The Welcome party will start at 19.30
November 24, 2016 (Thursday)
Room A (Hoepfner Hall)
08.00 – 08.50 Morning coffee
Plenary Session IV. (invited) Chairman: Gabriel Juhás
In English
08.50 – 09.10 ISSUES IN COLLABORATIVE ONLINE INTERNATIONAL LEARNING
K. Pišutová, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
09.10 – 09.30 MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES: FROM CONVENTIONAL INSTITUTIONS TO LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS
J. Hvorecký* M. Bohumelova**, *School of Management in Bratislava, Slovakia, **Slovak National Galery, Bratislava, Slovakia
09.30 – 09.50 THE EXPERIENCE FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL TELEPRESENCE INFRASTRUCTURE IN SLOVAKIA TO SUPPORT RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
F. Jakab*, M. Michalko*, J. Turňa**, Ľ. Bilský**, J. Kováčová**, D. Cymbalák*** Technical University of Košice, Košice, Slovakia, ** Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Bratislava, Slovakia
09.50 – 10.10 THE UTILIZATION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGIES IN EDUCATION, REQUIREMENTS, POSSIBILITIES AND REALITY
P.Balco, Hewlett-Packard Slovakia, s.r.o.,/Comenius University, Faculty of Management, Martina Drahošová, Comenius University, Faculty of Management, Bratislava, Slovakia
10:10 – 10.30 FROM E-LEARNING TO INDUSTRY 4:0
M. Huba, Š. Kozák, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
Technical Session II. Chairman: Miroslav Michalko
In English
11.00 - 11.20 ESTIMATION OF CAMERA INTRINSIC MATRIX PARAMETERS ANDITS UTILIZATION IN THE EXTRACTION OF DIMENSIONAL UNITS
O. Kainz*, F. Jakab*, P. Feciľak*, R. Vápeník*, A. Deák* and D. Cymbalák*, Technical University of Kosice, Department of Computers and Informatics, Košice, Slovakia
11.20 – 11.40 COURSES SUCCESS IN ONLINE ENVIRONMENT
F.Hegyesi *, K.Némethy** and G. Kártyás* Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary
11.40– 12.00 USING CURRENT BIOMETRICS TECHNOLOGIES FOR AUTHENTICATION IN E-LEARNING ASSESSMENT
M. Pleva*, P. Bours**, D. Hladek* and J.Juhar*, * Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical university of Kosice, Slovakia ** Norwegian Information Security Laboratory (NISLab), Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik, Norway
12.20 – 12.40 NATIONAL FRAMEWORK OF OCCUPATIONS AS A HARMONIZATION TOOL OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN THE LABOUR MARKET
Oliver Kovťuk, Trexima spol. s.r.o. IN SLOVAK
12.40 – 13.00 EVALUATION OF THE CONFERENCE
CLOSING, REMARKS
13.00 – 14.00 LUNCH
Room B (Fridrich August Lounge)
Poster Section Chairman: Maria Halaszová, Ondrej Kainz
Discussion with authors: November 24, 2016, 18.00 - 18.45
1 EXCEPTION MODELING IN THE CATEGORY
A. Deák, D. Mihályi and F. Jakab, Department of Computers and Informatics Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
2 BOOKING SOLUTION FOR VIDEO CONFERENCE PLANNING
A. Jakab, M. Michalko, O. Kainz, M. Halászová, Technical University of Košice, Department of Computers and Informatics, Košice, Slovakia
3 VIRTUAL-REALITY TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PROCESS OF HANDICAPPED SCHOOL CHILDREN EDUCATION
B. Sobota, Š. Korečko, P. Pastornický and L. Jacho, Department of Computers and Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical University ofKošice, Slovak Republic
4 PERFORMING EXPERIMENTS IN 3RD PARTY PREMISESUSING CLOUD-BASED VIRTUAL MACHINE AS REMOTELABORATORY:CASE STUDY OF CONTROLLED EXPERIMENT WITH HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS IN THEIR SCHOOL
D. Lakatoš, J. Porubän and M. Nosáľ, Technical university of Košice Department of Computers and InformaticsLetná 9, Slovakia
5 ADOPTION OF ABSTRACT POWER-MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATION TO FPGA-BASED DESIGN
D. Macko, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
6 CASE STUDY OF NOISE EVALUATION FOR ASPHALT ROADWAY
E. Lumnitzer*, B Hricová**, M Andrejiová** and MPiňosová****, * Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Design Machine and Process Engineering, Department of Process and Environmental Engineering, Košice, Slovakia ** Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Design Machine and Process, Kosice, Slovakia
7 DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING OF THE FIREWALL SYSTEM FOR A DNS SERVER PROTECTION
F. Hock, P. Kortis, Department of Telecommunications and Multimedia, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Zilina Slovakia
8 THE PURPOSE OF CREATING BGP ROUTE SERVERSAT INTERNET EXCHANGE POINTS
I.Dolnák, University of Žilina, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Žilina, Slovakia
9 FAILOVER AND LOAD BALANCING SOLUTIONSFOR REMOTE ACCESS VPNS BASED ON OPEN STANDARDS
I.Dolnák, J.Litvik, University of Žilina, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Žilina, Slovakia
10 TRACKING THE OBJECT FEATURES IN VIDEOBASED ON OPENCV
J. Onuška, M. Michalko, D. Cymbalák, O. Kainz, Technical University of Košice , FEEI, Department of Computers and Informatics, Slovakia
11 TECTNET TEMPUS PROJECT MASTER COURSE FORIMPROVEMENT OF INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGYTRANSFER BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND INDUSTRY INREPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
J. Šaliga*, L. Michaeli*, F. Jakab* D. D. Lucache** and C. Goyzo-Haba**, * Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical university of Košice, Košice, Slovakia ** Faculty of Electrical Engineering, "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Iasi, Romania
12 ORDERED FUZZY DECISION TREES INDUCTION BASED ON CUMULATIVE INFORMATION ESTIMATES AND ITS APPLICATION
J. Rabcan, University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovakia
13 MODEL OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING STRATEGY FOR THEHIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
J. Škrinárová*, E. Vesel**, * Matej Bel University/ Faculty of Natural Sciences, Slovakia ** University of Žilina / Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, Slovakia
14 MOTIVATING STUDENTS IN COMPONENT-BASEDPROGRAMMING COURSES
J. Porubän1, M.Backová2, Jana Št’astná, Technical univeristy of Košice Department of Computers and Informatics, Kosice, Slovakia
15 THE IPFRR MECHANISM INSPIRED BY BIERALGORITHM
J. Papán, P. Segeč, M. Drozdová, Ľ. Mikuš, M.Moravčík, J. Hrabovský, Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Zilina, Slovakia
16 INTERACTIVE THREE DIMENSIONAL PRESENTATIONOF SEGWAY LABORATORY MODEL
K. Žáková, M. Hók, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
17 VHDL MODELS E-ASSESSMENT IN MOODLEENVIRONMENT
K. Jelemenská, P. Čičák, and Gazik M., Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
18 AUTOMATED FORMAL VERIFICATION OF THE REFINED SPECIFICATION OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS IN HSSL
L. Maron, D. Macko, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
19 DESIGN OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS – A CHALLENGE TOWARDS NEW STUDY PROGRAMS
L. Kohútka,V. Stopjaková, Institute of Electronics and Photonics, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
20 DESIGN OF LOW-POWER VARIABLE GAIN AMPLIFIERWITH LINEAR-IN-DECIBEL DEPENDENCY
L.Nagy, D. Arbet and V. Top|o, Institute of Electronics and Photonics, Slovak University of Technology, Batislava, Slovakia
21 INTRODUCING MOBILE MOTIVATED LECTURES
Z. Illés*, V. H. Bakonyi*, T. Szabó**, R. Žitný**, I. Pšenáková***, * Eötvös Loránd University/Media & Educational Informatics Department, Budapest, Hungary, ** Faculty of Central European Studies Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Nitra, Slovakia, *** Trnava University in Trnava Faculty of Education, Trnava, Slovakia
22 INVESTIGATION OF ON-CHIP COIL IN 130 NM STANDARDCMOS FOR WPT AND BIO-APPLICATIONS
M. Kováč, V. Stopjaková, D. Arbet, J. Brenkuš, Institute of Electronics and Photonics Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
23 SURVEY OF REAL-TIME MULTIMEDIA SECURITYMECHANISMS
M. Moravčík, P. Segeč, J. Hrabovský, J. Papán, J.Uramová, Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Zilina, Slovakia
24 INTERACTIVE CREATION OF HASH TABLES
M. Chovanec*, E. Chovancová** , M. Behún***, * Institute of computer technology, Technical University of Košice, Košice, Slovakia, ** Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, ***Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
25 ANALYSIS OF MOSFET MODEL FOR LOW-VOLTAGEAPPLICATIONS
M.Rakús, V. Stopjaková, L. Nagy, D. Arbet, Institute of Electronics and Photonics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
26 MODEL-ORIENTED COMPLEX SAFETY ANALYSIS OFDYNAMICALTECHNOLOGICAL SYSTEMS BY METHODSQMD
M. Štrbo, Trnava University in Trnava / Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Trnava, Slovakia
27 THE USE OF EYE TRACKING FOR THE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING PROCESS WHEN WORKING WITH A CONCEPT MAP
M. Miklošíková, M. Malčík, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, Department of Social Sciences, Ostrava, Czech Republic
28 PROGRAMMING LITTLE EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS
M. Tomcsányiová, P. Tomcsányi, R. Hrušecký, Ľ. Salanci, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
29 KINECT AS A TOOL IN ESTIMATION OFSELECTED HUMAN BODY DIMENSIONS
O. Kainz, F. Jakab, M. Michalko, R. Vápeník and D. Cymbalák, Department of Computers and Informatics, Košice, Slovakia
30 INTERNET ADDICTION OF SLOVAK´S SECONDARYSCHOOL STUDENTS
M. Hosťovecký*, M. Ivanová**, * Faculty of Natural Sciences/Department of Applied Informatics and Math / University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Trnava, Slovakia, ** Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources/Department of Chemistry / Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech republic
31 MLEARNING TOOL FOR MODELING THE BUILDING SITE PARAMETERS IN MIXED
P. Mesároš*, D. Mačková*, M. Spišáková*, T. Mandičák* and A. Behúnová** * Institute of Construction Technology and Management, Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, Slovakia, **Department of Manufacturing Management, Technical University of Kosice, Presov, Slovakiareality
32 DEVELOPING MANAGERIAL AND DIGITAL COMPETENCIES TROUGH BIM TECHNOLOGIES IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
P. Mesároš*, T. Mandičák*, A. Mesárošová** and M. Behún***, * Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Civil Engineering / Department of Construction Technology and Management, Košice, Slovakia, ** Polytechnic University of Valencia / Dept. of Audiovisual Communication, Documentation and History of Art, Valencia, Spain, *** Technical University of Košice. Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies / Institute of Earth Resources, Košice, Slovakia
33 IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEMUSING VISUAL FEEDBACK
Pavol Bisták, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia
34 ONE DEGREE OF FREEDOM COPTER
Peter Ťapák, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia
35 SIMPLE VISUALIZATION TOOL FOR ANALYSIS OFSATELLITE ORBITS AND CONSTELLATIONS
P. Trúchly, J. Červienka, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Bratislava, Slovakia
36 LIVE SIMULATION OF SOFTWARE PROCESSES INPROGRAMMING COURSES
J.Porubän, M.Bačíková, Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Kosice, Letna 9, Kosice, Slovakia
37 USING MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
R. Žitný*, T. Szabo*, I. Pšenáková**, Z. Illes*** and V. H. Bákonyi***, * Faculty of Central European Studies Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Nitra, Slovakia, ** Faculty of Education Trnava University in Trnava, Trnava, Slovakia *** Faculty of Informatics, Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
38 GLOFFER – STUDENT BASED PROJECT FOR LOW-COST MARKETING AND SYSTEM PROMOTION
R. Fasuga*, K. Rebrošová**, E. Kubanda*, V. Pilík*, J. Mičanin*, A. Pinčík* , J. Rýdel*** VŠB Technical University of Ostrava, * Department of Computer Science & ** Department of Marketing and Business Ostrava, Czech Republic, *** Serious Investment s.r.o., Ostrava, Czech Republic
39 HUMAN FACE DETECTION IN STILL IMAGE USINGMULTILAYER PERCEPTRON SOLUTION BASED ON NEUROPH FRAMEWORK
R.Vápeník, O. Kainz, P. Feciľak,F. Jakab, Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
40 DIALOGUE MODELS FOR CONVERSATIONS IN SLOVAKLANGUAGE
S. Ondáš, J. Juhár, Department of Electronics and Multimedia Communications, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
41 WIRELESS ULTRA-WIDE BAND COMMUNICATION FOR IMPLANTABLE SENSORS
Š. Danko and V. Stopjaková, Institute of Electronics and Photonics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
42 VISUALIZATION OF TEMPERATURE FIELDS DISTRIBUTIONON POWER MODULE WITHIN WEB INTERFACE
T.Girašek, E.Pietriková, Department of Technologies in Electronics, Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
43 NFV FEDERATION
T. Halagan, I. Kotuliak, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Bratislava, Slovakia
44 PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION OF APPLICATIONS BASED ON NON-RELATIONAL DATABASES
L.Vokorokos, M. Uchnár, Ľ. Leščišin, Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice,Slovakia
45 HOW TO MODEL CURRICULA AND LEARNFLOWS BY PETRI NETS - A SURVEY
A. Juhásová, BIREGAL s.r.o. Bratislava, I. Kazlov, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology Bratislava, G. Juhas Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology Bratislava, L.Molnar, Interes.Institute s.r.o. Bratislav
46 ANALYSIS OF NETWORK PROTOCOLS THE ABILITY OF CONCEALING THE INFORMATION
A. Noskov*, F. Jakab**, *Mathematical Dept., Yaroslavl State University, Yaroslavl, Russia, **Department of Computer and Informatics, Technical University of Kosice, Kosice, Slovakia
47 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPALS OF COMPUTATIONAL LEARNING THEORY
M. Krendželák, F. Jakab, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
48 INVIGORATING OF THE QUALITY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT EDUCATION BY VIRTUAL EDUCATIONAL LABORATORIES
K. Zgodavová *, P. Pálfy* and L. Lengyel** * Technical University of Kosice /Faculty of Metallurgy/Department of Integrated Management Systems, Kosice, Slovakia ** Faurecia Slovakia, s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
49 MOBILE SUPPORT FOR LEARNING OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
*Annamária Behúnová,**Norbert Ádám and **Emília Pietriková *Department of Manufacturing Management, **Department of Computers and Informatics, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia

COMMITTEES

Chairman

Kmeť StanislavTechnical University of Košice

Members

Molnár ĽudovítSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Newman B. HarveyCalifornia Institute of Technology, Pasadena
Rudas ImreÓbuda University, Budapest
Slegers Jake C.American Chamber of Commerce, Bratislava

Chairman

Jakab FrantišekTechnical University of Košice

Members

Bauer PavolDelft University of Technology
Bauerová DanušeTechnical University, Ostrava
Behun MarcelTechnical University of Kosice
Berke JózsefJohn von Neumann Computer Society
Bieliková MáriaSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Billings JeffParadise Valley Unified School District, Phoenix, Arizona
Brestenská BeátaComenius University Bratislava
Chovanec MartinTechnical University of Kosice
Čičák PavolSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Cizmar AntonTechnical University of Kosice
Dado MilanUniversity of Žilina
Doboš ĽubomírTechnical University of Košice
Dolnák IvanUniversity of Žilina
Doroshenko AnatoliyInstitute of Software Systems of NASU, Kiev
Drozdová MatildaUniversity of Žilina
Feciľak PeterTechnical University of Kosice
Francisci CyrilThe Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications
Galgoci GabrielAT&T Bratislava
Genči JánTechnical University of Košice
Grabowska AnnaGdańsk University of Technology
Gramatová ElenaSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Hämäläinen TimoUniversity of Jyväskylä
Hán JanUniversity of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Hautamaki JariUniversity of Appl. Science
Hluchý LadislavSlovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Informatics
Horváth PavolSANET - Slovak Academic Network, Bratislava
Huba MikulášSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Hvorecký JozefCity University of Seattle, Bratislava
Jelemenská KatarínaSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Juhár JozefTechnical University of Košice
Juhas GabrielSlovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Kess PekkaUniversity of Oulu
Klimo MartinUniversity of Žilina
Kocúr DušanTechnical university of Kosice
Korshunov AlexanderKalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University of the name M.T. Kalashnikov
Kotuliak IvanSTU
Kováčiková TatianaCOST Office, Brusel
Lavrin AntonTechnical University of Kosice
Lelovsky MarioSlovak IT Association Bratislava
Levický DušanTechnical University of Košice
Lumnitzer ErvinTechnical University of Kosice
Lustigová ZdenaCharles University in Prague
Malcik MartinUniversity of Ostrava
Mechlová ErikaUniversity of Ostrava
Meško DušanJessenius Faculty of Medicine, Martin
Michalko MiroslavTechnical University of Kosice
Modrak VladimirTechnical University of Kosice
Murín VladimírThe Research Institute of Posts and Telecommunications
Mytnyk MykolaTernopil National Ivan Pul`uj Technical University
Nakano HiroshiKumamoto University
Nikitin YuryKalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University of the name M.T. Kalashnikov
Philippovich AndreyBauman Moscow State Technical University
Pietrikova AlenaTechnical University of Kosice
Pisutova KatarinaComenius University
Poulová PetraUniversity of Hradec Králové
Radács LászlóUniversity of Miskolc
Restivo Maria TeresaUniversity of Porto
Salem Abdel-Badeeh M.Ain Shams University of Cairo
Semanišin GabrielUniversity of Pavol Jozef Šafárik
Simonics IstvánObuda University, Budapest
Šimšík DušanTechnical University of Košice
Sinčák PeterTechnical University of Košice
Sobota BranislavTechnical University of Košice
Šorm MilanMendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno
Sovak PavolUniversity of Pavol Jozef Šafárik
Sperka MartinPan European University
Stopjakova VieraSlovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Stuchlikova LubicaSlovak University of Technology
Šveda DušanUPJŠ Košice
Szentirmai LászlóUniversity of Miskolc
Tapus NicolaeUniversity Politehnica of Bucharest
Turna JanSlovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Bratislava
Usawaga TsuyoshiKumamoto University
Vagan TerziyanUniversity of Jyvaskyla
Vokorokos LiberiosTechnical University of Košice
Weiss GabrielTechnical University of Kosice
White BeboSLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University
Zakova KatarínaSTU
Zolotová IvetaTechnical University of Košice

Chairman

Jakab FrantišekTechnical University of Košice

Members

Fedák ViliamTechnical University of KošiceProgram Chair
Fejedelem Štefanelfa, s.r.o., KošiceConference Manager
Rakoci Františekelfa, s.r.o., KošiceWebmaster
Zámečníková Ivetaelfa, s.r.o., KošiceFinance Chair

CONFERENCE VENUE - GRAND HOTEL STARÝ SMOKOVEC

Conference participants are responsible for making their own hotel arrangements. We recommend the accomodation in the conference venue.
Address:
Starý Smokovec
062 01 Vysoké Tatry
Slovakia
Reservations:
phone: +421 44 290 13 39
fax: +421 52 44 22 157
e-mail: reservation@grandhotel.sk
Reception:
phone: +421 52 47 80 000
fax: +421 52 44 22 157
e-mail: info@grandhotel.sk

FURTHER INFORMATION

Currency

The official currency in Slovakia is the Euro – EUR.

Insurance

The Organizing Committee does not accept any liability or responsibility for death, illness or injury to persons or for the loss of, or damage to property or for any financial loss of any person attending the Conference. Participants should make their own arrangements in respects of health and travel insurance.

Post services

The nearest post office is 2 km from the Conference venue, in Tatranska Lomnica.

Credit cards

Visa and MasterCard are the most widely accepted credit cards. The hotels at the conference venue accept payments by credit card. The nearest ATMs are in the cities Poprad, Starý Smokovec, and Tatranska Lomnica.

Smoking

Smoking in the Conference building is not allowed.

Climate and Weather

In November the weather is getting really cold, foggy and humid. Average temperatures are about 0-2 degrees of Celsius.

TOURIST INFORMATION

The High Tatras Mountains, the pearl of the Slovak countryside, extend over the north of the country. The peaks rise steeply over Liptov, Poprad ans Spiš basin. The main ridge is 26 km long and more than twenty peaks are higher than 2500 m above the sea level. Although its total area is only 260 km2 a very characteristic Alpine world exists there. There are 32 Tatra valleys, all of glacial origin and in most of them there is at least one tarn, called "pleso". It greatly enhances the charm of the wild rocky valleys.

The mountain range is divided into eastern (the High Tatras) and western sections (the West Tatras). The tallest peak is Gerlach, spiking to a summit at 2655 meters above sea level.

The High Tatras offers many facilities for individual tours into valleys, to mountain chalets and peaks along well-marked paths. Good footwear and warm clothes with raincoats are required. There are three main tourist centres in the High Tatras: Staršovec, Tatranská Lomnica, and Štrbské pleso. Each season of the year in the Tatras has its particular spell but autumn, when the conference will be held, is the most delightful season when the weather usually is stable.

Complete information on wide Tatry region

http://www.tatry.net

The region of the High Tatras

http://www.tanap.sk

The High Tatras - Online Guide

http://slovakia.eunet.sk/slovakia/tatra-mountains.html

Towns and villages close to the High Tatras

http://www.vysoke-tatry.sk/obce/obce.html

Town of the High Tatras

http://www.tatry.sk

Town Poprad

http://www.poprad.sk

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