May 20, 2022
Our WMC students, Dora Beronić, Lara Modrić, and Nina Novosel, together with Dr. Branko Mihaljević and Dr. Aleksander Radovan, attended the 10th International Java Conference in Croatia – JavaCro'22 Spring in Tuhelj.
Dora Beronić, Lara Modrić, and Nina Novosel, together with their mentor Dr. Branko Mihaljević, held a presentation named "Performance Enhancements using Virtual Threads and Modern Memory Management." This presentation is a result of two student projects related to new structured concurrency constructs called Virtual Threads and contemporary scalable low-latency and region-based low-pause parallel and concurrent garbage collectors, G1, ZGC, and Shenandoah.
Dr. Branko Mihaljević, together with his colleagues Dr. Aleksander Radovan, Stjepan Matijašević, and Dr. Martin Žagar, held a community keynote speech about "The Present and Future of Java," presenting the current state of the Java tech ecosystem as well as interesting features of the Java programming language, such as Switch Expressions, Text Blocks, Pattern Matching, Records, Foreign Function and Memory API, Vector API, and Sealed Classes, and prospective outcomes of new projects like Amber, Valhalla, Graal, and Loom.
Dr. Aleksander Radovan, together with Dr. Branko Mihaljević, held a presentation, "Will Java allow hardware-specific code?" about new functionalities and capabilities of the Vector API interface and analyzed code execution speed on specific processors.
The Youth Business Camp Adria – Zagreb is taking place ...
Dive headfirst into the benefits and life-changing experiences RIT Croatia has to offer, through the eyes of Belma Sokolović, an RIT alumna who moved from her hometown of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, to Dubrovnik, Croatia, in search of quality education and the opportunity to study abroad. While Belma was growing up in Sarajevo, she yearned to „experience the true American style of learning and the overall college experience.“ The alluring beauty of Dubrovnik also played a big part in her decision to start anew.
The BEE Club is back! The Business Environment Exploration Club, or BEE Club for short, was first founded in 2017 by International Business students Donika Kristaj and Azra Hodo, who were in search of business opportunities for themselves and their fellow peers. Thus, the club aims for students to develop their professional networks and learn about company culture through an annual business trip at the end of the school year.
Our WMC students, Dora Beronić, Lara Modrić, and Nina Novosel, together with Dr. Branko Mihaljević and Dr. Aleksander Radovan, attended the 45th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics – MIPRO 2022 on May 23rd in Opatija,