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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 Position of Young Researcher in the field of Cryptography

Next week, the University of Primorska will publish a public tender for Young Researcher candidate in the field of CRIPTOGRAPHY to be trained in the research programme at University of Primorska Andrej Marušič Institute (UP IAM) for obtaining a doctorate of science. Student’s mentor will be Prof. Enes Pasalic, PhD, one of leading experts in symmetric-key cryptography.

The four-year doctoral study, which will begin in the Academic Year 2018/19, includes research work, publication of articles in international scientific journals, project work and teaching exercises as assistant.

The PhD student will conduct research in modern cryptography that include some contemporary directions such as post-quantum cryptography and/or homomorphic encryption. The former branch of cryptography mainly concerns problem of specifying secure cryptographic primitives which are resistant in presence of quantum computers. In particular, the standard public key cryptography is affected and therefore many alternative approaches have been developed (lattice-based, code-based, multivariate-based cryptography) recently to protect these primitives once quantum computers become reality. Homomorphic encryption or more precisely Fully Homomorphic Encryption has been developed during the last decade but there still do not exist efficient solution for performing standard mathematical operations on the encrypted data instead of decrypting the data, performing such operations and encrypting the data again.

More detailed information about the application procedure will be published shortly.

UP FAMNIT Center of Cryptography

In the modern world, intense research activity in the field of cryptography is extremely important, since cryptographic codes protect information from unauthorized access, alterations and other abuses, making the use of cryptography in economy and industry essential on the national and international levels. Researchers from the University of Primorska have been working for many years in the field of cryptography, and the establishment of the Center of Cryptography is the result of their work. The Center will aims to significantly increase the possibilities of cooperation between the university, industry and the wider society, as in the modern society, the exchange and storage of information in an efficient, reliable and safe way, is essential.


Tuesday, 8 May 2018 Study Mediterranean Agriculture at the University of Primorska

Have you ever heard of »TEOSINTE«?
It is not a Greek God, but an ancestor of corn, that grows in Central America. Wild relatives of crop plants are a great source of genes for creating new varieties.
Are you interested in how new strawberry varieties with different fruit colour and shape are produced?


Then you are probably considering to undertake your studies in the field of agriculture!

If you are interested in:

  • confront yourself with the challenges and opportunities of planning sustainable and competitive agricultural production,
  • broaden your horizons by involving you in creative projects and research work,
  • give yourself the opportunity for national and international mobility by allowing you free choice of elective courses….

… the BSc study pogramme Mediterranean Agriculture is the right choice.

The programme aims to educate experts who will be able to interdisciplinary connect the basic natural science knowledge with the professional contents of biotechnical science in the planning and implementation of sustainable and competitive agricultural production, taking into account the environmental and ecological characteristics of any production area.

Free tuition for candidates from the European Union, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia!

Read more about the study programme HERE and find out all you need to know about the application.

»Agriculture isn't dead. In fact, no other industry feeds the world's population, which could hit 9 billion by 2050. The need for graduates in agriculture, horticulture, and animal science programs will be critical to finding ways of safely doubling food production in order to meet the demand of a growing population«
(Volenec et al. 2012, Science (335): 917)

Thursday, 19 April 2018 Prof. Tim Bell (University of Canterbury): "Computer Science... without computers?!"

are pleased to invite everyone to the lecture

"Computer Science... without computers?!"

which will be held by Prof. Tim Bell
(University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
on Monday
, 23 April 2018 at 17:00
in the big lecture room of the Faculty of Management
(3rd floor, Cankarjeva 5, Koper).

"Computer Science Unplugged" is a fun and engaging way to delve into the topic of computer science, without using computers at all, and before you learn how to do programming! Instead, there are games, puzzles and magic tricks that engage students with deep concepts behind the technology that is right under their noses. In this workshop you will get to experience some of the activities first-hand, and get guidance on how to use them in a classroom. All of the material is free and open-source.

Tim Bell is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Canterbury. His "Computer Science Unplugged'' project is being widely used internationally with the supporting materials (books and videos) having been translated into over 20 languages. Prof. Bell has received many awards for his work in computing education including the 2018 ACM SIGCSE Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education award.  Since 2008 he has been actively involved in the design and deployment of the approach to the teaching of digital technologies in New Zealand schools.


Wednesday, 18 April 2018 University of Primorska International Mathematics Competition 2018

On Monday, 16th April, 19 pupils from 5 kosovar schools participated to the second Mathematics competition which the University of Primorska organized in Kosovo. Last year the competition took place in Gjakova (click here for more), while this year the location was moved to the capital.

The competition was organized by UP FAMNIT professors and 2nd year Mathematics students Eda Kaja and Lisi Qarkaxhija, and was supported by the municipalities of Pristina and Peja.


The competition was held the in the Specialised Mathematics Gymnasium in Pristina, where competitors tested their knowledge in mathematics. They are all last year pupils of the following schools »Sami Frasheri«, »Xhevdet Doda«, »Aluddin«, »Specialized Mathematics Gymnasium« (Prishtina) and »Bedri Pejani Gymnasium« (Peja).

One of the aims of the competition was to discover, encourage and challenge mathematically gifted pupils who will consider the possibility to study at UP FAMNIT. In fact, two scholarships will be offered by the University of Primorska to the best ones.

Official results will be announced in May.

Apart from our two students from Kosovo, UP FAMNIT would like to thank everyone who has contributed in making the competition happen. Special thanks go to: Mrs. Diana Qarkaxhija, Mr. Fatos Osmani – Chief of the Directorate of Education in municipality of Prishtina, Mr. Shemsi Berisha – Director of Specialized Mathematics Gymnasium, Mr. Jonuz Salihaj – Director of the Department of Education in Prishtina and Mr. Besim Avdimetaj – Director of  the Department of Education in Peja, Mrs. Ardiana Hyseni, Mrs. Shpresa Berisha and all the teachers that prepared the pupils for the competition.

And of course, congratulations to all participants!


Monday, 16 April 2018 Seminar Information Economics and Robust Institutions (Prof. Jernej Čopič, PhD)

The Department of Mathematics UP FAMNIT is pleased to invite everyone to the the Seminar Information Economics and Robust Institutions, which will be held by  Prof. Jernej Čopič, PhD (Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education – CERGE-EI) from April to June 2018.

All sessions will be delivered in English language.


  • Wednesday 18. 4. 2018 (16:00-18:00), location: FAMNIT-Muzejski1
  • Tuesday 24. 4. 2018 (18:00-20:00), location: FAMNIT-MP1
  • Sessions in May/June will be announced shortly.

More informations are available on this link.


In this seminar we will be firstly cover some basic concepts of Game Theory, i.e., Nash equilibrium and dominant strategy equilibrium under complete information. Then we will move to the setting of incomplete information and equilibrium concepts suitable for robust analysis, i.e., ex post Nash equilibrium and dominant-strategy equilibrium under incomplete information (strategy proofness). In both of these settings, complete and incomplete information, we will then consider concepts of economic efficiency: Pareto efficiency (classical efficiency) and constrained Pareto efficiency. Next, we will formulate and prove the revelation principle under incomplete information and move to the question of maximally efficient economic institutions.
We will commence with the well-known class of allocation schemes, the so-called Vickrey-Clarke-Groves mechanisms, which satisfy equilibrium conditions (incentive compatibility) and have seen wide applications in Economics and Computer Science. However, these allocation schemes in general fail some desirable properties: either they may fail to satisfy budgetary constraints or they may fail the requirement that the participation of economic actors is voluntary (individual rationality).
We will thus move on to address the question of existence and maximal possible efficiency of desirable allocation schemes, which along with the equilibrium conditions satisfy all desiderata. We will broach these questions in the following economic settings:
Market settings:

  • Auctions
  • Double Auctions
  • more general market platforms

Non-market settings:

  • Public goods
  • Voting (time permitting).

Monday, 16 April 2018 Our mathematicians at Vojtěch Jarník International Math Competition

Also this year, our math students participated at the oldest mathematics competition for students within EU: the 28th Vojtěch Jarník International Mathematical Competition, which was held in Ostrava (Czech Republic) on Friday, April 13th.

At this year's event, 150 students from 33 European universities competed. In the first category (for 1st and 2nd year students or under 22 years of age), Famnit was represented by Đorđe Mitrović (1st year of Mathematics), Arbër Avdullahu and Daniil Baldouski (both 2nd year of Mathematics), in the second category our Faculty was represented by Mirza Krbezlija (3rd year of Mathematics).

Mitrović, Avdullah, and Baldouski received the certificate of a successful participant.

Congratulations to our students and we wish them many successful performances!

(on the picture: Mirza Krbezlija, Đorđe Mitrović, Arbër Avdullahu, Daniil Baldouski)

Tuesday, 10 April 2018 Our math students among the top students of the Open International Internet-Olympiad

In March our Mathematics students participated to the first two rounds of this year's International Mathematical Competition of the Open International Internet Olympiad for Higher Education Student. In both rounds students were solving mathematical problems online. The first round was attended by 5,887 students from 158 different universities, in the category »specialized faculty«, where Famnit competes, there were 772 students from 63 universities worldwide.

Our faculty was represented by Luka Pavlović (2nd year Mathematical Sciences MSc), Roman Solodukhin (1st year Mathematical Sciences MSc), Mirza Krbezlija (3rd year Mathematics BSc), Arbër Avdullahu and Daniil Baldouski (both 2nd year Mathematics BSc), and Đorđe Mitrović (1st year Mathematics BSc).

All of our students have achieved above average results and entered into the 2nd round of the competition. Roman Solodukhin and Luka Pavlović also achived 50% of all points, which ranks them among the best of all competitors (see the graph below which shows the ranks of students according to the points achieved).

The 2nd round was attended by 542 students, of which 135 were in the »specialized faculty« category, where Roman Solodukhin won the 2nd place. In addition, also Arbër Avdullahu and Luka Pavlović (who both ranked on the 36th place), advanced into the 3rd round, which will take place in May.

Famnit’s students traditionally participate in the mentioned Open International Internet Olympiad, where they are also very successful. Last year, two students entered the finals of the competition, while two years ago the University of Primorska won the award ''Winning University''.

We congratulate our students for their success!

(On the picture, from left to right: Arbër Avdullahu, Mirza Krbezlija, Luka Pavlović, Roman Solodukhin, Đorđe Mitrović in Daniil Baldouski)

Tuesday, 10 April 2018 MSc Sustainable Built Environments - scholarship for prospective students

Are you interested in contributing to the development of a sustainable built environment?

Do you see yourself working in the fields of engineering, wood and material science, business innovation, and building design?

Then the MSc study programme Sustainable Built Environments (SBE) is the right choice for you, since it offers a complete set of skills and knowledge that graduates will need to design, assess, construct, and renovate a new generation of buildings that consider human health and environmental and social impacts.

This programme prepares students to solve complicated problems and face challenges that arise in the field of the sustainable built environment. Graduates will be able to effectively communicate and support work within construction, building, and civil engineering institutions as well as conduct independent scientific research.

This skill set provides an interdisciplinary approach that is necessary for graduates to actively contribute to the development of the sustainable built environment in both public and private sectors.

The SBE programme along with the InnoRenew CoE are offering five scholarships for the programme. These scholarships will offer financial assistance for the degree programme, but will also integrate successful applicants into a vibrant, international, research institute providing many research opportunities. Send us your PRE-APPLICATION!

Interested? Read more about programme structure, courses, and admission requirements HERE.



Monday, 9 April 2018 Today, 9 April 2018 first application term for postgraduate study starts

On Monday, 9 April 2018 starts the first application term for Master's and doctoral study programmes at UP FAMNIT (enrolment in the 1st year, for the subsequent year and parallel studies):

  • lasts until 31 August 2018 for Slovene citizens and EU citizens,
  • lasts until 27 June 2018 for Slovene nationals without Slovene citizenship and non-EU citizens.

All information about the application procedure are available here.

Candidates are invited to check our programme’s presentation and visit us on 11 May 2018 during the Open day! The exact Open day’s programme will be published later in the section Education/ Enrolment 18/19.

For more information please contact the Student Services (e-mail:, tel. + 386 5 611 75 75).

Tuesday, 3 April 2018 Jessica Cauchard: On body and Out of body Interactions

The Department of Information Sciences and Technologies
is pleased to invite you to the Seminar

On body and Out of body Interactions

by Jessica Cauchard (IDC Herzliya, Israel)
on Wednesday, 4th of April 2018 at 16.00 (FAMNIT-POSTA).


Mobile devices have become ubiquitous over the last decade, changing the way we interact with technology and with one another. My research focuses on the design, development, and evaluation of novel interaction techniques with mobile devices using a human-centered approach. In this presentation, I will in particular focus on two types of mobile devices: wearables and autonomous mobile devices. I will discuss the use of multiple modalities to interact with technology and in particular how haptics on wearables can support long-term tasks without interrupting the user’s attention. I will then discuss how autonomous devices such as drones re-invent our understanding of ubiquitous computing and present my current research on collocated natural human-drone interaction.

Jessica R. Cauchard is a Senior Lecturer at IDC Herzliya, Israel in the departments of Computer Science and Communications. Prior to joining IDC Herzliya, she was working as a postodoctoral research fellow at Stanford's Computer Science Human-Computer Interaction laboratory and completed her PhD at the University of Bristol at the Interaction & Graphics research lab. At IDC Herzliya she leads the Ubiquitous Computing research lab. Her research focuses on wearable, mobile, and ubiquitous computing. She is interested in new interaction techniques and how users can be supported by technology.

Friday, 23 March 2018 Call for enrolment into postgraduate study programmes in 2018/19 academic year

In 2018/19 academic year UP FAMNIT offers the following postgraduate study programmes:

More information about the Call for enrolment 2018/19 and the application procedure is available on our website in the section Education/ Enrolment 18/19.

Candidates (SLOVENE CITIZENS AND EU CITIZENS) can apply in three terms:

  • first application term: from 9 April to 31 August 2018,
  • second application term: from 14 to 19 September 2018,
  • third application term: from 26 to 27 September 2018.


  • first application term: from 9 April to 27 June 2018,
  • second application term: from 16 July to 31 August 2018,
  • third application term: from 14 to 19 September 2018,
  • fourth application term: from 26 to 27 September 2018.

Candidates are invited to check our programme’s presentation and visit us on 11 May 2018 during the Open day! The exact Open day’s programme will be published later in the section Education/ Enrolment 18/19.

For more information please contact the Student Services (e-mail:, tel. + 386 5 611 75 75).

Monday, 12 March 2018 Prof. Cheryl E. Praeger, PhD: Breaking down barriers in Mathematics - UP 2018 honorary doctorate inaugural lecture

We are pleased to invite you to the
inaugural lecture entitled

Breaking down barriers in Mathematics

by University of Primorska 2018 honorary doctorate
Prof. Cheryl E. Praeger, PhD (
University of Western Australia)

The lecture will be held in the FAMNIT-VP lecture room (UP FAMNIT, Glagoljaška 8, Koper)

on Friday, 16 March 2018 at 10 am.


Cheryl Elisabeth Praeger is an Australian mathematician, a member of the Order of Australia and a member of Australian Academy of Science. Praeger received BSc and MSc degrees from the University of Queensland, and doctorate from the University of Oxford in 1973 under direction of Peter M. Neumann. She has published widely and has advised more than 20 PhD students. She is a professor of mathematics at the University of Western Australia, best known for her works in group theory, algebraic graph theory and combinatorial designs. Her selection as an “ISI highly cited researcher” places her among the very top mathematicians world-wide.

About the lecture:
"Mathematics is all around us. It’s behind all the algorithms that make computers work so anything that involves computing and technology needs maths. If you can do maths you are essentially able to invent the future.
When I was a student I was told “there are no jobs for a maths graduate”. Clearly wrong. I’ll tell you a bit of my journey into maths, the kinds of maths I love and use – the mathematics of symmetry – my links with mathematics in Slovenia - how this is a link between mathematics and life – how there is a place in maths for both women and men."

Photo credit: Australian Mathematical Society Inc. (

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 Announcement: 8th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics, 1-7 July 2018, Rogla (Slovenia)

We are happy to announce the 8th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics to be held on Mt. Rogla, Slovenia, July 1 - July 7, 2018. There will be two courses (8 hours each):

1. Finite permutation groups
Colva Roney-Dougal, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, United Kingdom

2. Vertex-transitive graphs and their local actions
Gabriel Verret, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Conference fee for payments before March 31, 2018 is 120 € for students, and 200 € for other participants, and for payments after March 31, 2018 the fee for students is 150 Eur, and 250 Eur for other participants.
The number of participants is limited, so please register as soon as possible. 

The registration form together with other relevant information (overview of the mini-courses, accommodation, traveling information, mode of payment, instructions for students etc.) is available at

We have limited financial support for PhD-students. This includes half-board in one of the bungalows and the exemption from conference fee payment. Students that want to apply for it, should indicate this in the registration form and send their motivation letter and short CV (in English).

Deadline for the financial support application is February 28th, 2018.

According to regulations and in view of the amount of work designed for these courses, the Summer School is credited with 2 ECTS. In order to collect the assigned credit points, the student must solve a certain number of problems and tasks, as required by the lecturer.
Please, feel free to forward this message to your colleagues and students. For further questions please contact

(Group picture from the 7th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics 2017)

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Project DA.RE.: creating new profiles that the market demands

On Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 February, UP FAMNIT is hosting the partners of DA.RE. project, which aims to train experts that the global market needs.

In the first phase of the project, partners identified the set of skills for professional profiles that the market demands. The analysis brought to light that there is a need of professionals with the knowledge in machine learning, statistical modelling, predictive analytics and big data management.

During the two days in Koper, the group of experts from Italy, Serbia, Portugal, United Kingdom and Slovenia will work on the design of the Pilot Course for Data Scientists, which will be a 150 hours course dedicated to about 450 participants from five countries and will be held in English. Students will be awarded with 21 ECTS credit points.

Da.Re. project has been funded with the support from the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme.

(Foto: participants of the meeting were welcomed by Vice-rector for Internationalization Assoc. Prof. Boris Kavur, PhD)

Thursday, 1 February 2018 Assoc. Prof. Dunja Bandelj, PhD co-author of the Strategic Research Agenda with the key EU priorities regarding Mediterranean agriculture

Agriculture faces a number of common problems related to the management of natural resources (in particular soil, water and biodiversity), the propagation and emergence of animal and plant diseases and the impact of climate change on the productivity and sustainability of agricultural and food systems.

Among the programmes that are focused on current challenges of the Mediterraneanean Agriculture, we can find ARIMNet2 (Coordination of Agricultural Research in the Mediterranean; 2014-2017) which is an ERA-NET Action financed by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration.

The main goal of the programme was to enhance the coordination of agricultural research in the Mediterranean area and strengthening the cooperation among stakeholders from the food and agriculture sector.
ARIMNet2 gathered 24 partners from 15 Mediterranean countries, which developed the Strategic Research Agenda (ISRA) describing the key priorities for the European Union and Mediterranean countries in the field of Mediterranean agriculture research, development and innovation.

The Strategic Research Agenda was prepared by a group of scientific experts - among them there was also Assoc. Prof. Dunja Bandelj, PhD – coordinator of the undergraduate study programme Mediterranean Agriculture and head of the Department of Applied Sciences at UP FAMNIT. Read the short interview with Prof. Bandelj here).

Find the Strategic Research Agenda online and read more about the project here.

Congratulation to Prof. Dunja Bandelj for this important scientific collaboration!

Thursday, 1 February 2018 Call for enrolment into undergraduate study programmes in 2018/19 academic year

In 2018/19 Academic Year UP FAMNIT offers the following study programmes: Conservation Biology, Bioinformatics (NEW: available also in English), Biopsychology, Computer Science (available also in English), Mathematics (available also in English), Mathematics in Economics and Finance, Mediterranean Agriculture.

All information about the application procedure are available here.


Candidates can apply in three terms:

  • first application term: from 6 February to 30 March 2018,
  • second application term: from 22 to 29 August 2018 (available places will be published on 21 August 2018 on this website),
  • third application term: from 26 to 27 September 2018 (available places will be published on 25 September 2018 on this website).


Candidates can apply in four terms:

  • first application term: from 6 February to 28 May 2018,
  • second application term: from 28 May to 20 July 2018 (available places will be published on 28 May 2018 on this website),
  • third application term: from 13 August to 14 September 2018 (available places will be published on 13 August 2018 on this website).
  • fourth application term: from 26 to 27 September 2018 until 12:00 (available places will be published on 26 September 2018 on this website).

Thursday, 1 February 2018 Our Department of Mathematics active at the Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum in China

It is commonly known, that science has no borders, but now it is also time to admit that there are also no borders for our mathematicians: this week eight members of our Department of Mathematics are actively participating at the International Workshop on Symmetries of Graph and Networks at the Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum. The workshop is taking place in Sanya (China) and it is organized by Marston Conder (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Yan-Quan Feng (Beijing Jiaotong University, China), Klavdija Kutnar (University of Primorska,), Mei Lu (Tsinghua University, China) and Jin-Xin Zhou (Beijing Jiaotong University, China).

(Participats from UP FAMNIT Department of Mathematics - from left to right: Ademir Hujdurović, Primož Šparl, Istvan Kovacs, Klavdija Kutnar (UP FAMNIT Dean), Robert Jajcay, Aleksander Malnič, Edward Dobson and Dragan Marušič (UP Rector).

Untill tomorrow, a large group of leading experts in the area of symmetries in graphs and networks will share recent developments and techniques, in order to develop further collaborations, and to provide an opportunity for younger, up-and-coming researchers to meet and learn from established authorities in the subject area.

Abstracts of the talks to be presented at the workshop are available at the Workshop webpage.

Members of the Workshop Scientific Committee are: Brian Alspach (University of Newcastle, Australia), Marston Conder (University of Auckland, New Zeland), Yan-Quan Feng (Beijing Jiaotong University, China), Cai Heng Li (South University of Science and Technology, China), Dragan Marušič (University of Primorska) and Jozef Siran (Open University, UK).

(Participants of the workshop)

The Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum (TSIMF) was established to host research conferences, workshops and retreats. It is located at the resort city of San Ya of Hainan Province in Southern China, and since it serves as an international hub for mathematicians and mathematical scientists to dissimilate latest results and to develop newest ideas. Surelly, it is one of the assets for the mathematical community worldwide.


Friday, 26 January 2018 UP Famnit supports Thai institutions in the field of vector borne diseases

UP FAMNIT, together with lead partner from France (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI) and universities from Portugal (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa) and Thailand (Mahidol University, Chulalongkorn University, Kasetsart University), obtained project support under the programme Erasmus+ Capacity Building for the project Life for SEA-ED. Under Capacity Building projects European institutions support partners from other parts of the world in their efforts to establish modern study programmes and knowledge in relevant study fields.

The objective of the Life for SEA-ED project is to improve the knowledge (what) and skills (how) of teachers and trainers for their work with students at partner Thai universities in the following fields:

  • Applied Medical Entomology,
  • Parasitic and Viral Diseases borne by vectors, such as ticks, mosquitoes and sand flies,
  • Ecology and Environment,
  • Epidemiology,
  • Data Management and Analysis,
  • GIS.

The potential emerging pathogens is a reality in Southeast Asia. Since a vector borne parasitic or viral disease is concerned, its investigation requires various expertises as well as an efficient organisation to articulate those expertises in a rational procedure. The long term impact would be to improve knowledge and skills of experts for a more efficient and, faster coordinated investigation.

Project leader at UP FAMNIT is Assist. Prof. Vladimir Ivović, PhD. We congratulate the team for obtaining the project and we wish you many successes!

This is already the second Capacity Building project UP FAMNIT is involved in. When education is concerned, we are already involved with institutions from Central Asia under the project ECCUM

Thursday, 11 January 2018 Open call Erasmus+ for academic year 2018/2019

Open call Erasmus + for students is published. Applications are now open for study exchanges or exchanges for the purpose of practical training in the period from 1 June 2018 to 30 September 2019.

The deadline for applying is 25 January 2018.

The Open call and all necessary documentation (forms, instructions) are available on this link.

You are invited to apply!