The Internet of Things, a joint program of TUSUR University and Skoltech, has launched in Moscow with a workshop on innovations.
The program is designed to be delivered at the two venues: the first year is focused on in-depth theoretical instruction at TUSUR University, while the second year will center around practical training at Skoltech. All courses are delivered in English and include required and recommended classes, entrepreneurial instruction and practical training at major companies, such as Huawei, Yandex, Nokia, Google.
Yegor Zvyagintsev, a Master student of the TUSUR Faculty of Radio Engineering, became one of the first students to be enrolled to the program. Two more TUSUR students were enrolled as attendees. Their entrance tests included presentation of previous research in English, as well as examination in mathematics and English.
The program opened with a week-long Innovation Workshop at Skoltech where the students were tasked with developing a unique idea for a technology startup. Yegor Zvyagintsev says that his idea was focused on devices for cybersports monitoring, MYO-controllers and carbon nanotube-based conductors. The workshop was delivered by professionals with a vast practical experience, and required teamwork from participants with a broad variety of academic majors and professional backgrounds.
The new joint program of TUSUR University and Skoltech was launched in 2019 under the auspices of the National Technology Initiative. At TUSUR, the Initiative is being implemented by the Faculty of Radio Engineering.
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