Presenting SMART project in Skopje, Macedonia
Presenting SMART project in Hertfordshire, UK
Presenting SMART project in Zagreb, Croatia
Final preparations before SMART’s project multiplier event in Zagreb, Croatia
dr Ben Robins, invited lecturer: Robots as therapeutic tools: Encouraging social interaction skills in children with autism
Noa Nitzan, Dana Cappel, Rachel Blum held webinars on assistive technology
Prof. d-r Tatjana Zorcec gave a presentation to the colleagues and management at the University children’s Hospital in Skopje, informing about the activities and results of the SMART project.
Ass. m-r Bojan Ilijoski from the Faculty for Computer Science and Engineering, lectured at the IEEE Republic Of Macedonia Section Joint Chapter E25/RA24/SMC2, supported by Faculty for Computer Science and Engineering, where he presented SMART project to IT students and professors.
Noa Nitzan from Israel presented the SMART project at the conference “Research and Practical Conference – Ways of Ensuring Quality of Life for Children with Disability” at Almaty, Kazakhstan. The conference was about children’s right with focus on legislation and regulations for children with disabilities.
Noa Nitzan, Dana Cappel and Rachel Blum presented SMART project for the peers in Israel.
Assoc. prof. Tatjana Zorcec gave a lecture on “The use of assistive technology and robotics in treatment of children with autism”. The lecture was part of the activities of the IEEE Republic Of Macedonia Section Joint Chapter E25/RA24/SMC2 and was supported by Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering. The lecture was also a presentation of the SMART project to IT students and professors.
Noa Nitzan, from the Beit Issie Shapiro center in Ra’anana
First transnational meeting, October, 2018, Skopje, Macedonia
Second transnational meeting, Zagreb, Croatia
Third transnational meeting, November, 2019, Ra’anana, Israel