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Mihajlo Pupin Institute

 

Mihajlo Pupin Institute

Mihajlo Pupin Institute
Serbian: Mihajlo Pupin Institute/ Институт Михајло Пупин
Established 1946
Type Public
President Dr Vladan Batanović
Location Belgrade, Serbia
Campus Volgina 15, 11060 Beograd
Website [1]

Mihajlo Pupin Institute (Serbian: Institut Mihajlo Pupin / Институт Михајло Пупин) is an institute based in Belgrade, Serbia notable for manufacturing numerous computer systems used in Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - especially early CER and later TIM line of computers. It is named after Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin and is part of the University of Belgrade.[1]

The Institute is well known in wide range of fields. In the science community, it is known for early work in humanoid robotics.

The Institute and companies owned by it compete in fields such as:

  • System integration and networking,
  • Information systems for government and industry, Internet/Intranet IS
  • E-commerce, e-government applications
  • Decision support systems, expert systems, intelligent Internet applications,
  • Power systems control, supervision and optimization
  • Process control and supervision,
  • Traffic control, GPS
  • Telecommunications
  • Digital signal processing
  • Simulators, training aids, specialised H/S systems
  • Image processing
  • Real-time systems (large scale and embedded)
  • Turn-key engineering solutions
  • Robotics


See also

External links

  • www.pupin.rs - official web page

References

  1. ^ "Members of the University of Belgrade - Mihailo Pupin Institute". Retrieved 2011-04-21. 
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