Innovations. Connectivity. Efficiency.

Every innovation requires a combination of two concepts that go hand in hand: imagination and realization. For ICEF, imagination means the profusion of ideas that can help our client and the society itself in building a better future. Realization is the proof that the ideas and imagination can be developed into valuable technological solutions. Solutions that bring results and connect ideas, knowledge, creativity, and talent. We face each and every step with an open mind, knowing that research and business opportunities are found in connecting and acquiring knowledge. We think of creativity as the intelligence to understand and solve problems efficiently, always finding new pathways to progress. We are creative because we know how to do more with fewer resources and because we offer solutions that work and lead to new opportunities.

Our Services

  • Conceptual project design
  • Development of hardware and software systems
  • Technological solutions
  • Implementation of scientific results
  • Research and development studies
  • Access to laboratory services and equipment
  • Professional networking
  • Educational courses and trainings
  • Feasibility studies
  • Cooperation with experts
  • International cooperation
Software Engineering

FIMES – Information system for HR and finances

Software Engineering
eHealth, Software Engineering

Serious gaming based on Kinect technology

eHealth, Software Engineering
Software Engineering

FIS – Information system for faculty administration

Software Engineering
Automation & Control

Distillery iSAD

Automation & Control

Key Support

Innovation Center (ICEF) is founded by University of Belgrade – School of Electrical Engineering (SEE). We collaborate with SEE’s laboratories and research groups, research and teaching staff, and include them in ICEF projects to create the best teams and results. ICEF is founded as LTD, 100% owned by SEE, and registered as Innovation Center with the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.

The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way.

Nikola Tesla, Serbian inventor, electrical engineer and futurist