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European Social Fund
Operational Programme "Human Resources" 2007 - 2013 г.


  1. Project Student scholarships and awards  
  2. Project "Establishment of a system for conducting practical internships of students from Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics and Faculty of Philosophy, Sofia University "
  3. Project "Mathematical Logic and Computational Linguistics: Development and Interpenetration" 
    Scheme "Support for the development of PhD students, post-doctoral students, post-graduate students, and young scientists"
    Partner: Institute for Bulgarian Language "Prof. Lyubomir Andreychin", BAS

National Science Fund, "Ideas" 2009

  1. Project "Theories of space and time: algebraic, topological and logical approaches"


Projects under the Structural Funds

  1. Strategy for integrated development of young European researchers in applications of mathematics and informatics (Synergy) - Institute of Mathematics and Informatics partner with Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
  2. “Building young scientists for development of advanced technologies in information Society” - a leading organization: Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and partners: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Institute of Parallel Processing and the Institute of Information Technologies - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  3. Traineeships for students from vocational courses of direction "Informatcs and Computer Sciences - together with companies Technologica Ltd. and IBS - Bulgaria LTD certified partners respectively of Oracle and Microsoft (Technologica) and IBM (IBS - Bulgaria).
    The project implementation will allow of FMI students to familiarize themselves with the latest technology provided by three of the world's leading software companies.
  4. "Basic and applied nuclear research - a leading organization Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, BAS partner with Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski", FMI.