Fourth year in a row, traditionally, German Center for Robotics – DKR is openning out doors to all girls and women interested in robotics and technology!

For us Girls’ Day is a special event because on that day we celebrate all women in STEM. Although, women make up about half of working population, they still do not represent half of the STEM workforce.

This year in cooperation with BH Futures Foundation and Foundation for innovations, technology and knowledge transfer we promote women and grils in the field of automation, robotics and science in general. We’re breakin down misconceptions and stereotypes about women in technology and that’s our way to contribute to local community.

Join us and listen to the stories of successful women in technology! For our guests we prepared an interesting agenda during the day:

12:00 – 12:15

Introductory and welcoming, DKR, BHFF, FITT

12:15 – 12:30

Bega Karadža,  Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

12:30 – 12:45

Senka Krivić, UNSA, BURCH

12:45 – 13:00

Emina Okanović, UNSA

13:00 – 13:10


13:10 – 14:00

Robotics workshops



Bega Karadža completed Bachelor’s studies at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Sarajevo. She studied for Master’s degree in Germany and she is currently enrolled in PhD at the Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium. The topic of her research is characterization, opto-thermal modeling, design and application of quantum dots on LED chips.

Senka Krivić completed Bachelor’s and Master’s studies at the Department of Automation and Electronics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo. She completed her PhD at the University of Innsbruck in the field of robotic learning, and worked for three years at King’s College London University as a researcher in the field of artificial intelligence. Her research covers the field of robotics, machine learning, planning based on artificial intelligence.

Emina Okanović Malkić completed Bachelor’s degree at the Department of Automation and Electronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo. She is currently finishing her Master’s studies, and she also studied at Technological University Dublin and worked as a researcher at EPFL in Switzerland. Her research covers the field of e-skin development in the field of soft robotics, Emina worked in the Laboratory for Soft Bioelectronic Interfaces in Geneva.

Given the current epidemiological situation, the number of participants is limited and we invite you to book your place on time and to respect the epidemiological measures and recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Tuzla Canton.

You can apply via the following link:

See you on October 20 at 12:00!