Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Industrial Software Engineering for Robotics and Internet of Things

when 29 June 2020 - 12 July 2020
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 420

We live in a fast-growing world. Many devices, from simple irons and kettles till industrial controllers and IoTs (internet of things), run with the help of microcontrollers (MCU), and Linux is the de-facto standard for most of household and industrial appliances. In this kind of world programming surely becomes a must-have knowledge, and we're happy to provide you with our experience.

The program includes:
• Introduction to embedded programming for microcontrollers
• Introduction to embedded linux programming
• Introduction to Robot operating system (ROS)

Course leader

Sandra Kilina - course coordinator;

Highly qualified professors renowned by the government:

Dr. Kirill Krinkin, PhD, Head of the Department of Software Engineering and Computer Applications; Head of the osll.ru lab (Open Software); Head of the LETI

Target group

Students with the knowledge of basics in programming;
People looking for an upgrade in their professional knowledge;
Those interested in understanding the Russian Education system.

Course aim

We provide our students with the possibility to be able to use modern information and communication technologies (applied software packages, local and global computer networks) for acquiring, processing and analyzing various types of information

Credits info

4 EC
72 academic hours, 2 weeks.

Fee info

EUR 420: Original Russian price for comparison: 30 000 RUR

includes training, excursion program, study materials, migration support.

Scholarships

via russia.study