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International projects source: SICRIS
Researchers (15)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  18442  Darko Bogataj    Technical associate  2017 - 2021 
2.  32327  Janko Čretnik  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021  95 
3.  18444  Sabina Drnovšek    Technical associate  2017 - 2021  68 
4.  14934  PhD Mateja Golež  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021  230 
5.  25599  PhD Alenka Mauko Pranjić  Geology  Head  2017 - 2021  321 
6.  30957  PhD Kim Mezga  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021  150 
7.  05930  PhD Ana Mladenović  Geology  Researcher  2017 - 2021  822 
8.  15549  Marija Nagode  Civil engineering  Technical associate  2017 - 2021  34 
9.  36451  PhD Primož Oprčkal  Geology  Researcher  2017 - 2021  127 
10.  53691  Mihael Ravnjak  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021 
11.  53386  Dragana Šolaja  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021 
12.  35413  PhD Mateja Štefančič  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021  34 
13.  39993  Laura Vovčko  Civil engineering  Researcher  2017 - 2021  39 
14.  31991  PhD Petra Vrhovnik  Geology  Researcher  2017 - 2021  153 
15.  32263  PhD Vesna Zalar Serjun  Geology  Researcher  2017 - 2021  131 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  1502  Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute  Ljubljana  5866324000  10,214 
2.  3540  Regionalna razvojna agencija za Podravje - Maribor (Slovene)  Maribor  5778336000  93 
Abstract
Maribor is the second largest City in Slovenia with 111.500 inhabitants and spreads across 147,5 km². It is also the capital of Podravje region. Cities such as Maribor are at the heart of Europe`s economy, but are heavily dependable on outside resources to meet their demand for energy, water, food and to accommodate waste and emissions. Self-sufficiency in Slovenia is low, soil is disappearing, quality of nutrients in the food is lowering and young population has lost knowledge and motivation for healthy eating. Also, in the world economy, where multinational companies are taking Control of seed production, leading to local seed to die out, it is extremely important to use traditional and local seeds. Therefore, the main goal of the project is to use the City’s waste to produce and valorise new products and food using an innovative process to produce urban soil, with the aim to increase local food self-sufficiency and minimise the environmental footprint of the City of Maribor.
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