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Roboschool 2012

Organisers: Intel Inc., Nizhniy Novgorod Fund for Assistance to Education and Research, Sankt-Petersburg State University, Volgograd State Technical University, OOO “Singularis Lab” (Volgograd).

Activity: Intel all-Russia youth school for robotics and embedded systems intended for students, postgraduates and newly-qualified professors.

Date: October 8 – 14, 2012.

Location: Volgograd State Technical University, the city of Volgograd.

Organizing Committee: Intel Inc., Nizhniy Novgorod Fund for Assistance to Education and Research, Sankt-Petersburg State University, Volgograd State Technical University, OOO “Singularis Lab” (Volgograd).

Description: October8–14, 2012 the Volgograd State Technical University (VSTU) supported by the Intel Inc., Saint-Petersburg State University (SPbSU) and Nizhniy Novgorod Fund for Assistance to Education and Research (NFSOI) hosted the First All-Russia youth school on Robotics and Embedded Systems.

In the course of one week training the students from Volgograd and other Russian cities (with the participants’ geography you may get acquainted on the Roboschool website) attended a series of lectures on multi-agent technologies, embedded systems, robotics basics,  high-performance computing and Android-oriented programming presented by the SPbSU professors and Intel employees. Besides the major disciplines, the Roboschool organizing committee prepared for the trainees the Production Entrepreneurship workshop, Zero Gravity Thinking master-classes and various contests and competitions on Robotics.

For details of the school work, you may visit the school website roboschool.org.

Our company role. “Singularis Lab” LLC performed as one of the school sponsors. Some of our employees were actively engaged into the school organization and arrangements (as in: Dmitry Kryzhanovskiy served as Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Alexander Kataev served as Assistant to the Organizing Committee Chairman, Lev Borodinov – as Coordinator for the game strategies competitions Code Game Challenge, Anatoly Kryzhanovskiy provided technical support).

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