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SOFTUNI: LEADING THE WAY IN IT EDUCATION

By Bulgaria, Format of the training, Online training, OPPORTUNITIES: Training, Course, Bulgarian, Free training, In-person training, Training fee, Educational programme, English, Up to three months, Duration of training, Type of training, Up to half a year, One year, Language of the training, Country providing the training, OPPORTUNITIES, Other trainings
SOFTUNI: LEADING THE WAY IN IT EDUCATION

15.06.2023 |

The SoftUni project is an innovative education center designed to train candidates with or without experience to help them start or develop their careers in the software industry. It is an innovative and modern educational center that creates real professionals in the world of programming. The teaching method is learning by doing, with trainees gaining both practical experience and technological knowledge.

SoftUni organizes professional software and QA engineering programs in Bulgaria, giving students the opportunity to acquire the profession of “software engineer” or “software automated testing engineer”. The curriculum has been carefully developed with the direct involvement of companies from the IT sector, including working with the latest software technologies and learning the best practices in the field of programming and software testing.

In addition to professional programs, SoftUni organizes a number of courses on various IT topics.

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Website

www.softuni.bg

Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital technology

Software engineering

Digital skills

Level

Basic

Middle

Advanced

Format of the training

Online

In-person

Training fee

Free training

Duration of the training

Type of training

Language of the training

Bulgarian

English

Country providing the training

Bulgaria

Other

Classification

Database

INFINEON WILL TRAIN DOCTORAL STUDENTS AT THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN SOFIA

By Format of the training, OPPORTUNITIES: Training, Bulgarian, Bulgaria, Paid training, Other, In-person training, Training fee, English, Duration of training, Type of training, Language of the training, More than a year, Internship, Country providing the training, OPPORTUNITIES, Other trainings, NEWS
INFINEON WILL TRAIN DOCTORAL STUDENTS AT THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN SOFIA

11.05.2023 |

  German chip manufacturer Infineon is entering into a partnership with the Technical University – Sofia, to train doctoral students through its Austrian subsidiary. This initiative is part of the European IPCEI project in microelectronics, which brings together companies and research organizations from different countries with the ultimate goal of strengthening the technological capacity of the industry in the EU.

The next stage in this collaboration is to expand the training opportunities to include master’s students as well. For Bulgarian students, this represents an opportunity to work on scientific projects in one of the world’s largest chip companies. The aim of IPCEI is to develop the capacity of the entire region, as stated by Sabine Herlitschka, CEO of Infineon Austria, during the program presentation at the Technical University.

The IPCEI project offers various opportunities for master’s and doctoral students. They can stay at the university in Bulgaria but also receive a monthly stipend for a period of 3 to 4 years, explained Veneta Ivanova from Infineon Austria. There are also internship programs available for students, with the duration ranging from summer-only to 6 to 12 months, depending on the research topic.

According to Sabine Herlitschka, CEO of Infineon Austria, Bulgaria has strong traditions and know-how in technologies, making it an ideal environment for such investments. She mentioned that Sofia is just an hour and a half away by plane from Vienna, which has also been a significant advantage in choosing the Technical University as a partner in this endeavor. She added that the best innovation ecosystem consists of research organizations, universities, and companies. The closer they collaborate, the faster they can deliver the best possible technologies and products to customers and consumers. Therefore, she emphasized the need to strengthen cooperation not only in Austria but throughout Europe.

Infineon Austria is part of the German company Infineon Technologies, which ranks among the top 20 global chip manufacturers. The group has produced 9.4 billion chips in the past year. The Austrian division had a turnover of 5.2 billion euros and nearly 5,500 employees for the previous year, accounting for approximately 10% of the group’s results.

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Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for the workforce

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital technology

Microchips

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Website

www.digitalalliance.bg 

Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for the workforce

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital skills for children

Digital skills for public administration

Digital technology

Artificial Intelligence

Cybersecurity

5G

FIRST STEPS IN CREATING CLASSIFICATION MODELS WITH PYTHON

By For the workforce, For ICT professionals, Audience, Technology, Basic digital skills, Software engineering, For all, Format of the training, Online training, OPPORTUNITIES: Training, Bulgarian, Bulgaria, Course, Free training, Up to one week, Training fee, Duration of training, Type of training, Language of the training, Country providing the training, OPPORTUNITIES, Other trainings
FIRST STEPS IN CREATING CLASSIFICATION MODELS WITH PYTHON

21.04.2023 |

Watch the free online seminar “Getting Started with Python (Jupyter Notebook)” on April 27, 2023 (Thursday) at 19:00 with speaker Georgi Hristov.

About the seminar

The workshop aims to address the key considerations in the creation of classification models. It will describe the basic steps in creating a model, as well as the risk factors that any beginner (and not only) should be careful of. At the end of the workshop, a simple classification model will be created in Python (Jupyter Notebook) that demonstrates the issues described.

About the lecturer

Georgi Hristov

Georgi is an ML enthusiast with a strong interest in scientific work. He graduated in finance and accounting and it wasn’t long before he discovered his passion for machine learning, and programming. He is currently a PhD student and lecturer, and is looking into the various ways in which neuroevolution (the combination of neural networks and genetic algorithms) can be applied for improved risk management in commercial banks. He is also interested in the creation of macroeconomic models and simulations. Works mainly with Python.

For further information and registration – here

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Website

Target audience

Digital skills for all

Digital skills for ICT professionals

Digital skills in education

Digital technology

Software Engineering

Programming

Digital Skills

Level

Basic

Intermediate

Format of the training

Online

Training fee

Free training

Duration of the training

Type of training

Language of the training

Bulgarian

Country providing the training

Bulgaria