ERASMUS+ ALIOT AIST 2017 Spring Training School

In 2017, May 8-12 the AIST 2017 Spring Training School will be held in a city Mykolaiv. It'll be co-organized by Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University and National Aerospace University named after N.E. Zhukovsky “KhAI”.

More than 50 participants will participate in this event - BSc / MSc / PhD students as well as doctors, associate professors, professors, head of departments, chancellors, etc.

Senior staff will give lectures on IoT-related topics started from the level of the chip and ending with hi-tech technologies as cloud and fog computing. Lectures will cover their courses due to the matrix of responsibility developed in the frame of ALIOT project. And students will give presentations on their research on IoT-related field.

Together with the lectures, there will be 3 training sessions given to the students on safety and security of IoT.




Certification ceremony of AIST spring school
Assistant Lecturer and PhD student Anastasiia Strielkina is presenting results of development on healthcare IoT infrastructure
Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko is giving a talk on unmanned aerial vehicles & IoT-based system of severe accidents monitoring for safety-critical infrastructures
Prof. Anatoliy Gorbenko is giving a talk on Big Data in within the IoT context
Dr. Ah-Lian Kor is giving a talk on Smart IoT

Dr. Ah-Lian Kor and Prof. Chris Phillips
At the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant

Preventive monitoring of Erasmus + ALIOT project

In the context of the continuous monitoring of the Erasmus+ programme, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) has developed a comprehensive field monitoring policy.

The preventive monitoring of Erasmus + ALIOT project will be held in Petro Mohyla Black Sea State National University.

The monitoring agenda is here.

The project team can find link to useful materials in the English language at

In the Ukrainian language at

ERASMUS+ consortia representatives from Academy site presented their developments on teaching programmes for MSc, PhD and engineers levels of study covering different areas of IoT in compliance with the matrix of responsibilities.