Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation and Architecture of the University of Maribor Are Invited to Participate in Projects

Students of the Civil Engineering, Transportation and Architecture of the University of Maribor are invited to participate in the celoVITA! (integrated spatial planning for the long-term development of the recreational and tourism infrastructure of the Slovenske Konjice municipality) and the DELOUM (motivational measures to improve the working environment) projects.

Co-organizers of the celoVITA! project – JKP, Javno komunalno podjetje d.o.o. (JKP LLC, Open Utility Company; Slovenske Konjice), the municipality of Slovenske Konjice and the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation and Architecture of the University of Maribor. Co-organizers of the DELOUM project – Energetika Maučec, projektiranje in svetovanje d.o.o. (Maučec Power Engineering, Design and Consulting, LLC), IKEMA inštitut za kemijo, ekologijo, meritve in analitiko d.o.o. (IKEMA LLC, Institute of Chemistry, Ecology, Measurements and Analytics), and the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation and Architecture of the University of Maribor.

The existing recreational and tourism infrastructure of the settlement of Slovenske Konjice and its surroundings need to be monitored and programmatically and functionally improved. The goal of the celoVITA! project is to increase the tourism attractiveness and attendance of the region and surroundings. Based on the modern world tourism and recreational trends and on the basis of the existing infrastructure, it is planned to develop a comprehensive software and spatial solution that will connect all involved localities together with the help of walking and cycling routes in order to use the potential of the municipality.

Within the framework of the DELOUM project, the quality of internal living conditions will be analysed using the example of offices for the stuff and study rooms of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation and Architecture of the University of Maribor, where there are signs of poor quality and associated therewith negative factors affecting the users. The issue will be explored in an interdisciplinary manner using various architectural, building and biochemical approaches, as well as through the exchange of knowledge, experience and good practices between teachers, mentors, representatives of the economy sector, and students.

Projects are implemented within the framework of the state programme – Through Creativity to Knowledge 2017–2020 – The Second Discovery. The duration of both projects is 5 months (involvement up to 200 hours). Hourly payment rate – 5.38 EUR net.

Invited to participate in the celoVITA! project: two students from the Bachelor’s and the Master’s degree study programme “Architecture”, two students from the Master’s study programme “Transport Engineering”, one student from the Master’s degree study programme “Tourism,” and one student from the Bachelor’s degree study programme “Sports Training.”

Invited to participate in the DELOUM project: two students from the Bachelor’s degree study programme “Civil Engineering”, two students from the Master’s degree study programme “Architecture”, two students from the Master’s degree study programme “Economic Engineering”, one student from the Master’s degree study programme “Chemical Engineering”, and one student from the Bachelor’s degree study programme “Chemical Technology.”

Students participating in the project during its implementation should be officially enrolled in the study programme; should not be employed or self-employed, should not be registered with the Employment Service or be private entrepreneurs.

Applications for participation are accepted until 12 February 2019 at natasa.hribersek@um.si.

Read more about the celoVITA project! Read more about the DELOUM project

Source: gpa.um.si, fgpa.um.si