Joint ITU-GISFI-DS-CTIF Standards Education Workshop (Aalborg, Denmark, 8-9 October 2012). ICT standards in SEE education: Macedonian case. Prof. Liljana Gavrilovska Head of Telecommunications Department Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies email@example.com.
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(Aalborg, Denmark, 8-9 October 2012)
Prof. Liljana Gavrilovska
Head of Telecommunications Department
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies
EURAS White paper* ; by W. Hesser and H. de Vries discussing the current situation in standardization education.
Conference on Strategic Importance of Education about Standardization** (June, 2012)
The Southeast-European SEE-ERA.Net has been established in order to promote scientific co-operation between the SEE countries. It is designed to contribute to the EU-Balkan Countries Action Plan in Science and Technology’dedicated to enhancement of the European Research Area.
Participation of West Balkan Countries in SEE_ERA Net activities
WBS Regional Competitiveness Initiative (2010-2013)***
Standardization, Prototypes & Quality: A Means of Balkan Countries' Collaboration - 9th International Conference (05-06 Oct 2012)
Broadband Target 2015 (ITU – UN)
ITU’s Broadband Commission* released first country case studies (Geneva, May 2012) highlighting the links between broadband andthe UN Millennium Development Goals in partnership with ITU
* eGovernance and ICT usage report for SEE – 2nd edition, Sarajevo 2010
* Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Macedonia
ICT educational centers
* Workforce Demand Survey for the ICT Industry in Macedonia 2009
prepared by SMMRI Skopje
supported by USAID, Macedonia
for ICT Chamber for commerce – MASIT, www.masit.org.mk
Academic institutions offering ICT education
International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
European Telecommunication Network Operators’ Association (ETNO)
European Telecommunications Standardization Institute (ETSI)
International Satellite Communications Organization (INTELSAT)
European Satellite Communications Organization (EUTELSAT)
International Satellite Organization (INMARSAT)
European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT)
World Trade Organization (WTO)
MASIT - ICT Chamber of Commerce - www.masit.org.mk
Economic Chamber of Macedonia / IT Association - Macedonian Association of the IT Companies - www.mchamber.org.mk
Macedonian Chambers of Commerce / ICT Chamber - www.sojuzkomori.org.mk
Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts - www.manu.edu.mk
Macedonian e-Society Association (MESA) - www.e-society.org.mk
e-Gov Project - www.egov.org.mk
Foundation for sustainable ICT solutions “Metamorphosis” - www.metamorphosis.org.mk
Thank You for Your Kind Attention
Standardization, Prototypes & Quality: A Means of Balkan Countries' Collaboration - 9th International Conference [05-06 Oct 2012]
http://www.euras.org/ EURAS White paper, 2011; by Wilfried Hesser and Henk de Vries discussing the current situation in standardization education.
CONFERENCE ON THE STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION ABOUT STANDARDIZATION –
A DIALOGUE WITH ACADEMIA AND INDUSTRY; 29 June 2012 CEN-CENELEC Meeting Centre, Avenue Marnix 17, 1000 Brussels
PARTICIPATION OF WEST BALKAN COUNTRIES... Specific support activities for the 'Western Balkan Countries' must be included in FP7 to foster ... investments in R&D-infrastructure according to European standards.(SEE_ERA Net activities)
2007 Macedonia become a member of CEFTA
WESTERN BALKANS REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS INITIATIVE 2010 2013
The Southeast-European ERA- NET (SEE-ERA.NET) has been established in order to promote scientific co-operation between the SEE-ERA.NET consortium members with a specific emphasis on Southeast Europe. It is designed to contribute to the ‘EU-Balkan Countries Action Plan in Science and Technology’adopted by the Council of Ministers in Thessaloniki and dedicated to enhancement of the European Research Area.