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(E) Call for papers CONFERENCE on Computer in education
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  12/8/2003 | Science | Unrated
(E) Call for papers CONFERENCE on Computer in education


call for papers


May 24-28, 2004


Computer in education

Grand Hotel Adriatic Convention Centre, Opatija,
Adriatic Coast,


You are kindly invited to the Twenty-seventh International Convention MIPRO dedicated to information, communication and electronic science and technology. This MIPRO Convention is already traditionally organized in the Congress Centre of Grand Hotel Adriatic, Opatija, Croatia. In past twenty-six years MIPRO was developed impressively with growing number of participants, growing variety of scientific, professional and commercial events to one big and unique manifestation in whole Croatia and South-East part of Europe.

MIPRO presents each year many new developments and possibilities of use of informatics and related technologies in Croatia and the world, through scientific and professional conferences, seminars for continuous education, plenary themes for all participants, discussions, professional presentations and the exhibition of information and communication technology.

We expect the arrival of hundreds experts, scientists, teachers, managers, business people and all others interested at MIPRO 2004. Your participation as one of authors on our conferences, as an teacher or attendee on seminars or as an exhibitor or visitor at our exhibition is welcome!

MIPRO Croatian Association, IEEE Croatia Section and University of Zagreb will organize the conference. The conference is supported by Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Croatia. The conference is traditional forum for scientists and practitioners in the merging area of telecommunications and informatics. Official language are English and Croatian.


The scope of the event includes, but is not limited to:

  • Education and Computer Science
  • Methods for Teaching Computer Science
  • The Implementation of Computer Technologies in Schools
  • Distance Learning
  • CAL and CAE
  • Schools and Internet
  • Schools and Hypermedia
  • Continuing Education of Computer Science Teachers
  • Education of all Teachers in use of Computing
  • Computer Science Curriculum
  • Researching about Students and Computer
  • Researching about Small Children and Computer
  • Practical and Tutorial Experience
  • Advanced programming teaching and training
  • Researching about handicapped users and computer

 As an addition to the conference, presentation of electronics products is welcome as well.


Opatija, often called the Nice of the Adriatic, is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Croatia and a place with the longest tourist tradition on the eastern part of Adriatic coast. Opatija is so attractive that at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries it was visited by the most prominent personalities: Giacomo Puccini, Pietro Mascagni, A. P. Čehov, James Joyce, Isidora Duncan, Beniamino Gigli, Primo Carnera, Emperor Franz Joseph, German Emperor Wilhelm II, Swedish Royal Couple Oscar and Sophia, King Georg of Greece.

The offer includes 20-odd hotels, a large number of catering establishments, sports and recreational facilities.

For more details please look at

For all future information please look at or contact directly CE General Chairman:

M. Čičin-Šain, Faculty of Economics, I. Filipovića 4, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia, phone +385 51 355111, fax: +385 51 675750, or

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