The senZations summer school has become an annual event on the agenda of young researchers in Europe. Covering a range of novel topics from wireless sensor networks to M2M to Internet of Things and their applications with support of excellent lecturers and senior researchers from academy and industry, the senZations have attracted more than 200 students during the past four events. Internet of Things is regarded as one of the top ten technologies that will impact the future life style and industrial products.
Zenzations 2011 is now open for student registration.
Lecturers include: Antonio Ruzzelli (UCD), Zach Shelby (Sensinode), Alex Gluhak (Uni of Surrey), Srdjan Krco (Ericsson), Konrad Wrona (NATO C3 Agency), Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic (Uni of Montenegro), Manfred Hauswirth (DERI, TBC), Laurent Herault (CEA-LETI, TBC).
* Participants Workshop: All participants will have an opportunity to present their own work and involvement in the field.
* Soft skills: working in teams and presentation skills exercises
* Social activities: One day is scheduled for an excursion; a dinner party as well as other interesting social activities will be also organized.
The summer school will take place in Kotor, Montenegro.
REGISTRATION, COSTS and TRAVELING
Participation is open to all qualified applicants, but the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 40. If we receive more applications, we will select participants based on their work area and background, geographic distribution, and date of registration.
To apply, please fill in the form available at http://www.senzations.net/ or send an e-mail including name, contact information, research area and background to local organizers.
The early registration fee of EUR350 includes participation at all school activities, school material, accommodation in two bed rooms in a student house, breakfasts, lunches, dinners and a social event.
Early registration deadline: May 31, 2011
For registrations after May 31, 20011, the participation fee is 400EUR
August 29 – September 2, 2011, Kotor, Montenegro