The 2016 Microsoft Research summer school will approach the broad field of the Internet of Things (Io T) by considering the models and concepts surrounding distributed computations, ubiquitous computing, architectures for sensor networks, infrastructure support for smart real-world objects, interaction in smart environments, and privacy and security concepts.
Advanced undergraduates, MS and Ph D students, young scientists (35 or younger), and developers who are interested in the Internet of Things are encouraged to apply.
The school is aimed at Russian residents primarily, but students residing abroad who do not need a visa to enter Russia may apply (see Russian-language FAQ). Fluency in English is required and knowledge of Russian is strongly recommended.
Minimal necessary background includes an introductory algorithms class and basic programming skills.
Lectures and practical sessions will run from Monday to Saturday, with a half day on Wednesday.
Thus travelling on Sunday July 17 and Sunday July 24 is possible.
Each course has six hours and may consist of lectures and/or hands-on sessions.
In the morning and afternoon, there are also half-hour slots for contextual talks or additional activities.
Region: Europe Africa Middle East (EMEA) Date: July 17 2016 - July 23 2016 Location: Kazan, Russia Applications are now closed.
If you have questions about this event, please send mail to [email protected]
The Microsoft Summer School on the Internet of Things will take place in Kazan, Russia, from July 17 to 23, 2016.
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