LOGIKA založniško podjetje d.o.o.
Address: Svetčeva pot 11, 1241 Kamnik, Slovenia
PIC: 896264578 (qualifies as an SME)
Business Account at NLB: 02312-0016592829
VAT number: SI56917309
Company LOGIKA d.o.o. was founded in 1991 by Slovenian mathematician Izidor Hafner with the aim of promoting and developing logical thinking in primary school children and high school students.
Izidor Hafner (founder), former lecturer of mathematics and computer programming at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in University of Ljubljana. He is the founder of competitions in logic and entertainment mathematics. In 2000, he received the Order of Freedom of the Republic of Slovenia for his engagement in introducing computer science and logic in secondary schools and for working with young people in this field. In 2009, he received the National Education Award. Since 2014 he is an Honorary Member of the Association of Mathematicians, Physicists and Astronomers of Slovenia (DMFA).
Miha Vučkovič (director) graduated in computer science and mathematics at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science in University of Ljubljana. He is also employed as a software developer at Kobis d.o.o. where he works on developing analytical applications for medical devices.
Jerneja Erjavec holds an MA in English language and literature and Japanese language from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana. She has worked as a technical editor for the Journal for foreign languages as well as a translator and sales specialist for a major tourist company in Slovenia. Her current role at Logika d.o.o. is that of a junior researcher on Erasmus+ project "IPR4SC", specifically on WP3 - the development of "IP Monitor".
Sara Modic has joined the team to work on the Erasmus+ project "IPR4SC". She holds the position of a junior researcher, working on identifying and analysing the IPR databases for the purposes of creating the "IP Monitor". She is also our dissemination manager and a member of the IPR4SC steering committee.
Ana Hafner holds a PhD in sociology and a degree in social informatics. She is the technical editor of the journal Logic and Recreational Mathematics. She is currently self-employed.