August 28th – September 2nd 2016

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Please choose the Technology or the Business track

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SenZations 2016

11th Summer School on IoT and it`s Applications will be held in Pałac Łochów (near Warsaw) from August 28th to September 2nd 2016

Register today. Attend technology or business track. Work in teams, hands-on. Build IoT services, prepare business models.

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Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without talking about the other.

Bill Gates

After 10 years, SenZations, the oldest summer school on IoT in the world, is coming back to Poland! To mark this occasion we have prepared even more exciting educational program - and social activities - and all these in the beautiful surroundings of the Nadbużański Landscape Park!

Join us! Register and book your place. 

Learn about the latest achievements in the field of IoT from the experts coming from academia and industry.

Learn about challenges and opportunities of starting and running an IoT start-ups.

Join us, have fun, meet peers and experienced researchers, expand your network of contacts.

 

The aims of the SenZations Summer School is to:

- Provide access to the latest results, trends, activities and applications in the IoT domain
- Create your own IoT product on top of a live LoRa testbed deployment
- Learn about security, privacy and societal aspects of IoT
- Identify research opportunities, important challenges and research directions
- Interact with experienced researchers and entrepreneurs and establish new contacts
- Have fun and enjoy beauty of nature while acquiring new skills and expertise

 

PROGRAM

Hackhaton: Work in a teams comprising technical and business focused members in order to design and deploy solutions on different devices and frameworks, together with analysis of its market potential.

Lectures: Each day will feature lectures with subsequent discussions around important IoT research themes and technology areas:

- IoT system architecture: an overview of the existing platforms, such as Microsoft Azure, and how to use them to build an IoT solution
- Applications: smart cities, smart agriculture, smart retail
- Wearables in IoT
- Social impacts of IoT, including co-creation process
- Latest standards developments, such as LoRa WAN

Lecturers include: Alex Gluhak (Digital Catapult UK), Konrad Wrona (NCI Agency), Krzysztof Murawski (Military Univ. of Technology), Rob van Kranenburg (IoT Council), Sebastien Ziegler (Mandate International), Antonio Skarmeta (Univ. of Murcia), Sotiris Nikoletseas (CTI/Univ. of Patras), Charalampos Doukas (Create Net), Srdjan Krco (DunavNET), Klaus Moesnner (Univ of Surrey), Thomas Watteyne (INRIA).

Participants Workshop: All participants will have an opportunity to exercise their presentation skills and to get constructive feedback while presenting their own work and/or the results of the team projects.

Social activities: A half-day excursion, a dinner party as well as other interesting social activities will be also organized.

In the historical Palace Lochow near Warsaw, in the heart of the Nadbużański Landscape Park, we will show you Wearables in IoT, latest development standards, explain social impacts of IoT, including co-creation process and teach how to leverage on sharing economy and build IoT startups!

The SenZations meets technical and scientific criteria of Academic Conference Excellence powered by European Scientific Institute!

Lecturers

Lecturers

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    DunavNET

    Srdjan Krco, Ph.D.

    Manages and drives research activities in DunavNET. He worked in Ericsson since 2000 where he held a number of positions, managed several product development and research projects, focusing on M2M, IoT and their application in various domains including smart cities.

  • KonradWrona

    NCI Agency

    Konrad Wrona, Ph.D.

    Holds a Senior Scientist position at NCI Agency Den Haag, The Netherlands. He has nearly fifteen years of work experience in industrial (Ericsson Research and SAP Research) and academic (RWTH Aachen University, Media Lab Europe and Rutgers University) research and development environment.

  • alex gluhak

    Digital Catapult

    Alexander Gluhak, Ph.D.

    Digital Catapult UK Lead Technologist – Internet of Things. He was a technology strategist at Intel Labs Europe, responsible for building new European research initiatives of strategic importance. Works on shaping the ICRI Cities research agenda.

  • KMurawski

    Military Univ. of Technology, Warsaw

    Krzysztof Murawski, Ph.D.

    Since 2016 he is Professor at Computer Science Department, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland. His main research interests are associated with the development of embedded systems and image processing algorithms for machine vision sensors, especially used in medical applications and in the IoT.

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    Bricolabs / IoT Council

    Rob van Kronenburg

    He is consultant to IoT China, Shanghai 2014, Chairs AC8 - Societal Impact and Responsibility in the Context of IoT Applications of the IERC and The European Research Cluster on the IoT. Together with Christian Nold he published Situated Technologies Pamphlets 8: The Internet of People for a Post-Oil World. Currently works as Community Manager at the EU Project Sociotal.

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    Mandat International

    Sébastien Ziegler

    Founder and Director general of Mandat International, which is currently coordinating the IoT6 and the IoT Lab European research projects. Founded two foundations supporting the international cooperation, as well as a SME. He is allso founding member and board member of the IoT Forum and Vice-Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Subcommittee on the IoT.

  • Sotiris_Nikoletseas

    Patras University

    Sotiris Nikoletseas

    Currently he is an Associate Professor at the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department of Patras University, Greece and Director of the SensorsLab and a Scientific Consultant of the Algorithms Group at the Research Academic Computer Technology Institute, Greece.

  • charalampos-doukas

    CREATE-NET

    Charalampos Doukas, Ph.D.

    He has received a Diploma in Information & Communication Systems Engineering and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of the Aegean in Greece. His main research interests include wireless sensors and data transmission over heterogeneous networks, pervasive computing, multimedia transmission, data classification and applications for the Internet of Things.

  • Klaus-moessner

    University of Surrey

    Klaus Moessner, Ph.D.

    Professor in the Centre for Communication Systems Research at the University of Surrey. His research interests map to the IoT domains Crowdsensing, Activity and Situation Recognition, and Cognitive Systems areas, and the Smart City and Smart Transport domains.

  • antonio_skarmeta

    University of Murcia

    Antonio F. Gómez-Skarmeta, Ph.D.

    Since 1993 he is Professor at Computer Science, University of Murcia, Spain. He is currently collaborating in two IST projects related to tele-teaching and distance learning, called COLAB and ITCOLE. Additionally he is currently collaborating in two IST projects related IPv6 Euro6IX and 6Power where several advanced services like multicast, multihoming, security and adaptative multimedia applications are being deploy in IPv6 networks. He has published over 50 international papers.

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    INRIA

    Thomas Watteyne

    Research Scientist & Innovator at Inria, in the (new!) EVA research team, in the beautiful center of Paris-Rocquencourt, where they are building tomorrow’s Internet of Important Things. Insatiable enthusiast of low-power wireless mesh technologies.

  • michele nati

    Digital Catapult

    Michele Nati, Ph.D.

    His main interests concern design, modeling, performance evaluation and implementation of energy-efficient and latency-aware protocols for wireless sensor networks (WSN). Currently, he is involved in the research and development activity of the SENSES Laboratory and I am developing WSNs solutions for NEXSE/WLAB.

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    Business School PAR

    Gordana Nikolic, Ph.D.

    Program co-chair, women entrepreneur of the year 2014 and an academic professor, the Dean and the founder of Business Academy and Business School PAR. Promotes business and women leadership as well as entrepreneurial learning through PAR activities and curricula.

  • PETRA KARANIKIC

    University of Rijeka

    Petra Karanikic, PhD

    Head of Technology Transfer Office, Research associate and lecturer on IPR management at Department for Biotechnology at University of Rijeka. Among other, she is currently managing and responsible for implementation of several technology transfer projects. Her areas of interest are IPR management, Innovation management and Innovative project development.

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    Business School PAR

    Dario Zoric

    The Head of Logistics & Business Incubator and Lecturer at Business school PAR in Croatia. He accumulated 10 years of working experience in creating and organizing projects, workshops and conferences as well as working in the education industry. He worked on more than 50 local and regional projects as well as on international projects (USA, Europe...).

Student presentations

Create + Innovate + Develop + Implement = Participate!

Researchers and PhD students who wish to present their ongoing research at the SenZations 2016 Summer School, should send an email containing the title of the presentation and the abstract to: srdjan.krco@gmail.com.

The deadline for submission is June, 30th 2016.

Students are encouraged to submit and present their latest work and receive feedback from experts in the field. Additionally, SenZations can provide a platform for discussions with fellow students.

SenZations Team

The SenZations Co-founders

We enjoy the Summer School since 2006

Srdjan Krco, Ph.D.

Program Chair and SenZations initiator

Manages and drives research activities in DunavNET. He worked in Ericsson since 2000 where he held a number of positions, managed several product development and research projects, focusing on M2M, IoT and their application in various domains including smart cities.

Konrad Wrona, Ph.D.

Program Chair and SenZations initiator

Holds a Senior Scientist position at NCI Agency Den Haag, The Netherlands. He has nearly fifteen years of work experience in industrial (Ericsson Research and SAP Research) and academic (RWTH Aachen University, Media Lab Europe and Rutgers University) research and development environment.

Alexander Gluhak, Ph.D.

Program co-chair

Digital Catapult UK Lead Technologist – Internet of Things. He was a technology strategist at Intel Labs Europe, responsible for building new European research initiatives of strategic importance. Works on shaping the ICRI Cities research agenda.

Gordana Nikolic, Ph.D.

Program co-chair

An entrepreneur and an academic professor, the Dean and the founder of Business Academy and Business School PAR. Promotes business and women leadership as well as entrepreneurial learning through PAR activities and curricula.

Venue

Pałac Łochów near Warsaw, in the heart of the Nadbużański Landscape Park

Warsaw, nurturing over 400 years of pride as a capital, is Poland’s largest city and an economic, political, and cultural center. The symbol of the city is the Mermaid, featured on the city seal. Warsaw is a bustling metropolis and features an unforgettable history. A city where a fourth of the terrain is covered by parkland and a city of culture for all tastes and budgets...

More information about the City is available at Official Tourist Website of Warsaw

The SenZations Summer School will take place in the historical Palace Lochow near Warsaw, in the heart of the Nadbużański Landscape Park. The Park covers an area of 741.36 square kilometers plus 395,35 square kilometers of protection zone. Within the Bug Landscape Park, fourteen nature reserves have been established with a further three planned. Included within those reserves are seven forests, three bird reserves, and two flower reserves. 

Pałac Łochów

The stylish Pałac Łochów is located only 2 km from famous Bug Landscape Park. It features a helipad, spa & wellness centre and large park with fish-ponds and an island.

Some rooms at the Pałac are decorated in folk style with wooden furnishings and delicate fabrics. Others have a stylish interior design. Each comes with a seating area and a modern bathroom.

A continental breakfast is served every morning at the dining room. Guests can relax with a drink at the café housed in an old coach-house.

At the Pałac Łochów guests can relax in a hot tuband a sauna free of charge. Water sports facilities are also provided.

Front desk staff is available 24 hours a day.

 


M. Konopnicka 1, 07-130 Łochów, Poland

+48 25 675 11 14palaclochow@arche.plwww.palaclochow.pl

 

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