Funded by "Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation" Work Programme 2016-2017, the
LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics) project pursuit two main goals:
One of the specific objectives of LAMBDA (Learning, Applying, Multiplying Big Data Analytics) project is focused its efforts on formulating and delivering proper strategies and activities for dissemination and communication that will result in the best and most effective advertising of the project at local, regional and European, and international level.
The Belgrade Metropolitan University, The Open University of the Netherlands and The Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Science, are organizing The Eleventh International Conference on eLearning (eLearning-2020 Conference) that will be held on September 24-25, 2020 at Belgrade Metropolitan University, Belgrade, Serbia.
The workshop ‘Knowledge Representation & Representation Learning (KR4L)’ will be held in conjunction with the 24th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2020). There currently is a perceived disconnect between the areas of Representation Learning (RL) and Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KRR). Most of the research is currently concentrated on one area or the other, yet arguably representation learning is central to make use of knowledge representation and reasoning techniques in modern, scalable AI applications.
The International Conference on Information Society and Technology (ICIST) is one of the top IT scientific events in Serbia and the region, with 70-100 papers presented each year, an average of 200 participants per edition, attended also by the number of IT industry representatives in the region.
During the Open Data Week (2- 6 March 2020), the LAMBDA project together with the Chamber of Economy and the Ministry of Public Administration of Montenegro organized an event 'Open Data - Business opportunities and innovation for SMEs and start-ups'. The event brought together experts from Serbia and Montenegro to discuss the