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NincevicLorena Ninčević, assistant

Office hours: Tuesdays 10:00-11:30, online (via BigBlueButton or Zoom) or room E-315 (by appointment); schedule meeting via e-mail

Mail: lnincevi(at)

Room: E-315

Phone: +385-1-4092-323



Lorena Ninčević was born on June 13th, 1997 in Karlovac. She attended primary and secondary school (Gymnasium - general course) in Karlovac. In 2016, she enrolled at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences and the Department of Comparative Literature. In June 2019, she participated in the DigiLing summer school of digital linguistics in Prague. In the same year, she recieved Bachelor's degree in Information Sciences and Comparative Literature, defending her final paper entitled Computational analysis of literary texts using the example of the analysis of Russian literary corpus. She participated and presented at the international conference INFuture 2019 as a co-author of the paper Quantitative Analysis of Adjectives in the Russian Literary Corpus of Realism and Romanticism. In 2020, she participated as a co-presenter of the paper Depictions of Women in Croatian Duga and Tena: A Computational Analysis at the NooJ conference. From May 2020 to July 2021 she was working on the project PRINCIPLE (Providing Resources in Irish, Norwegian, Croatian and Icelandic for Purposes of Language Engineering). She graduated in September 2021 and received a Master's degree in Comparative Literature and Computer Science Education.

She is a winner of the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Studies in Information Sciences (2019) and the Award of Excellence in Graduate Studies in Information Sciences (2021). In 2021, she also received the Franjo Marković Award of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. During her studies, she received a scholarship for excellence.

Since October 2022, she has been working as an assistant at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences (Department Section for Natural Language Processing, Lexicography and Encyclopedic Science). She is an active speaker of English, and a passive speaker of Italian and French.

Fields of interest:

  • digital humanities

 Publications listed in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography (CROSBI) 


  • employed as a student on the project PRINCIPLE (Providing Resources in Irish, Norwegian, Croatian and Icelandic for Purposes of Language Engineering) (2020-2021).

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Željko Trbušić was born on May 21st, 1988, in Karlovac, Republic of Croatia. After graduating from Gimnazija Karlovac high school in 2008 he enrolls as a student of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb where he received his BS in Information Science and Archaeology in 2011 and MS in Information Science, field of Archival Science, in 2013. He worked as an archivist at the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts from 2014 to 2021 and is currently employed as a teaching assistant at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. He began pursuing his doctoral degree in 2016 at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, where, in 2022, he successfully graduates with the topic named “Methods for analysis and process optimisation of optical character recognition in archival information systems” and is awarded the title Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). He published more than 15 professional and scientific papers in journals in Croatia and abroad and has participated in many domestic and international scientific conferences. He is a member of organizational board of AERI (Archival Education and Research Initiative) annual conference. He is an active member of Croatian Archival Society and ICARUS Croatia. He was awarded AIEF (ARMA International Educational Foundation) foundation scholarship in 2020 for his work in the field of information management.

Research interests:

  • artificial intelligence (AI)
  • NFT
  • blockchain
  • digitalisation
  • optical character recognition (OCR)
  • records management
  • archival information systems

AERI - Archival Education and Research Initiative (2020.-)
InterPARES Trust AI (2021.-2026.)
Primjena tehnologije ulančanih blokova u baštinskom okruženju (2022.)

CROSBI profile:

Sređivanje i opis arhivskog gradiva
Arhivsko zakonodavstvo





Over the years, the Department of Information and Communication Sciences has established cooperation with a number of institutions in the public sector and companies in the private sector working together on the implementation of student internships, scientific and professional projects, proposals for laws and other acts, initiatives and other activities.

On this page you can find a list of institutions and companies with which the Department has established some form of cooperation.

Megatrend d.o.o (2021. – today)
Contract on project cooperation
"Natural Language Processing Research (for Croatian) and Product Development (PhishHRban) for Increasing Cyber Security (EU Regional Development Fund) 2021-2023" Academic Licence – use of academic sotfware licences

Central State Office for the Development of the Digital Society (2018 – present)
Agreement on cooperation in development and research projects

State Archives in Zagreb and Bons.AI (2019 – present)
Agreement on participation in a joint project
"Digitization and computer processing of archival materials"

SETCOR (formerly: itSoft) (2015 – 2016)
Contract on consulting services (harmonization of the Client's business with the standards relevant for secure and legally valid long-term data storage)

Croatian State Archives (HDA) (2013 – present)
Agreement on cooperation in the implementation of (under)graduate studies and professional programs and cooperation on scientific research projects