Sofia, June 2024 – Through the CEEPUS mobility program in the BG-1103-08-2324 network, Lecturer Stojan Kitanov, Ph.D., from the Faculty of Informatics at Mother Teresa University in Skopje, participated at the International Week at the Technical University of Sofia where he delivered a series of lectures.

Central European Exchange Program for University Studies – CEEPUS International Week took place at the Technical University of Sofia from May 20, 2024, to May 24, 2024, where, through the mobility networks CEEPUS and ERASMUS+, lecturers and doctoral students from the Bulgaria, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia, Montenegro, Georgia, Moldova, and North Macedonia participated.

Initially, Lecturer Stojan Kitanov, Ph.D., provided an overview of the study opportunities for the first and second cycle of studies and the research opportunities offered by Mother Teresa University in Skopje, with particular reference to the Faculty of Informatics. Furthermore, during his stay in Sofia, Lecturer Stojan Kitanov, Ph.D., delivered the following expert lectures, which were particularly interesting for the doctoral students: “Introduction to 6G Mobile Networks”, “Distributed Artificial Intelligence in 6G Mobile Networks”, “Evaluation of the Quality of Services in 6G Mobile Networks”, “Overview of the Computing Continuum”, “Computing Continuity in 6G Mobile Networks”, and “Evaluation of Service Quality through Computing Continuum in 6G Mobile Networks”.

Also, during the stay, the possibility of future cooperation and participation in joint projects with university lecturers from the countries mentioned above was discussed.

CEEPUS is an academic exchange program in education and research involving 15 Central European countries, offering teachers and students the opportunity to study or teach abroad at partner universities.