20. October 2020.

NANORI activities presented via presentation entitled “Nanotribological Studies and advanced control of mehatronics devices based on state-of-the-art meta-modelling”

Prof. Saša Zelenika and the doctoral student Marko Perčić presented during a joint meeting of the Universities of Rijeka and of Triste, Italy, held on May 10, 2019, the activities of the NANORI and RITEH research team via a presentation entitled “Nanotribological Studies and advanced control of mehatronics devices based on state-of-the-art meta-modelling”. The occasion was used to present the overall work and structure of the NANORI Center. Attractive scientific research of the world’s state-of-the-art topics were presented, covering areas of artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, astrophysics, computational fluid dynamics, as well as hydroacoustics and molecular dynamics, with common interest in the use of supercomputing . Concrete ways of co-operation in the EU funds applications were also presented and discussed.