BINUS UNIVERSITY

    Prof. Slavko Kocijančič

    Department of Physics and Technology – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


    WORK EXPERIENCE

    • September 1982
      Employer: Secondary school for science, computing and education, Kranj
      Responsibilities: Teaching physics
      Sector: Secondary education
      Position: Secondary school teacher
    • September 1989
      Employer: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education
      Responsibilities: Teaching electronics, technology and didactics of technology
      Sector: Higher education
      Position: Lecturer for trainee teachers of physics and technical studies

    EDUCATION AND TRAINING

    • October 1993 – 3. October 1996
      University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
      PhD of Electrical Engineering
      Analytical methods of non-linear dynamics in isolated heart experiments
    • October 1989 – 25. May 1992
      University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
      MSc of Electrical Engineering
      Computerised control and measurement systems in education
    • October 1978 – 15 March 1983
      University of Ljubljana, Faculty of science and technology
      BSc of Physics
      Technical (applied) physics
    • September 1974 – 30 June 1978
      Gymnasium Kranj
      Gymnasium (high school) degree
      Non-specialised general secondary education
    • September 1966 – 15. June 1974
      Primary School in Radovljica

    PERSONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    Acquired in the course of life and career but not necessarily covered by formal certificates and diplomas. Ph. D. (1996), M. A. (1992), B. A. (1983)

    Languages:

    • Slovenian (Mother Tongue).
    • English.
    • Serbian and Croatian
    • German.

    ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    • Coordination and administration of people, projects, and budgets.
    • Coordinator of couple of national projects.
    • General coordinator of the EU Leonardo da Vinci pilot project ComLab, SI-143008.
    • Member of Faculty council (4 years) and Head of Department of Physics and technical studies, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana (4 years).
    • Promoter of pilot project ComLab-2 for Leonardo da Vinci in 2004/05.
    • Slovenian coordinator for Chain Reaction project, Framework programmed 7 from 2013 to 2016.

    TECHNICAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES

    His technical skills and competences include electrical engineering, computer based measurements, programming languages, design of web-pages, didactic materials for science and technology devoted to pupils of age 8 to 18.


    SPECIFIC AREA OF ACTIVITY

    He has been involved in the development of instrumentation and software for computer based science laboratories since 1985. His research work has been published in a couple of recognized international journals for science and technology education. He has been modernizing programmes for trainee teachers of science and technology in Slovenia in order to improve efficiency of the use of ICT in science and technology education