Baltische Sommerschule Technische Informatik - BaSoTI 2016 in Tallinn, Estland
|University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Mektory, Raja 15, 12618 Tallinn, Estonia
|Students and professionals in the field of informatics, computer science or electrical engineering
|25th of July to 7th of August, 2016
|Deadline for BaSoTI application
|1st of June, 2016
|Infomation to successful applicants
|15th of June, 2016
|Availability of lecture materials
|1st of June, 2016
|Deadline for conference papers
|15th of May, 2016
The Summer School lasts 14 days and contains six special modules with corresponding tutorials, one module "Academic Presentation" (German or English) plus induvidual research und studies for the module "Academic Writing" with a total amount of 8 credits. Credits are allocated based on students workload (ECTS).
The Summer School ends with a final exam. Upon successful completion of the courses, a certificate, which confirms the ECTS-credits earned as well as the grade, is awarded.
The certificate is signed by all lecturers and includes a detailed description of the content and number of the courses attended.
- Lectures in special areas of informatics (in English)
- Tutorials related to the contents of the lectures
- Practical work
- Language training for talk and presentation (optional in English or German)
- Introduction in academic writing
- Attendance in Young Scientists Conference
- Visit of the Estonian Forensic Science Institute (EFSI)
- Evening talk with staff menbers of the IT Company
- Alumni meeting
- Leisure activities and social events
- Bachelor's Degree in informatics, computer science or electrical engineering
- Certified good knowledge of english language
Modules & Lecturers
MSc Dennis Boldt (Lübeck)
Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap (Rostock)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alexander Norta (Tallinn)
MSc Malte Schmitz (Lübeck)
Prof. Dr. Peter Sobe (Dresden)
Assoc. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Kemmerich (Bremen & Gjøvik)
Dr.-Ing. Maciej Mühleisen (Hamburg)
Related lecturer depending on the topic
Valentina Talerko (Daugavpils)
Ksenija Talerko (Daugavpils)
Olga Shatravina-Cap (Rostock)
Galina Afenko (Riga)
Baltic Young Scientists Conference and Alumni Workshops
Since 2007 the BaSoTI includes a scientific conference or workshop.
The conference starts on 1st of August in the morning and talks will be held until afternoon. It includes a social event together with the BaSoTI participants and alumni in the evening.
The conference is open for submissions of young researchers at all levels and from all countries. It is specifically directed at young academics and collaborators at the Universities of Luebeck, Bremen, Rostock, Wismar, Hamburg and Dresden, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, the Kaunas Technical University, the Tallinn University of Technology, the University of Tartu and the Riga Technical University,
Some interesting workshops will be offered by former BaSoTI participants on the 2nd of August. All students are invited to take part and can choose one of the workshops.
Documents or papers to hand in
- Certificate of Examinations or Academic Transcript
- Letter of Intent with a short argumentation of "Why will I participate in summer school"
- Short Curriculum Vitae
- Language Certificate for English or other proof of language knowledge
- (optional) Letter of Recommendation
Science Confederation IuK, Rostock
Project Coordinator: Dr. Christine Bräuning
Scientific Director: Prof. Dr. Clemens Cap
In order to stay in contact with former BaSoTI participants and organisers there will be an alumni meeting this year again. All BaSoTI 2016 participants are invited to join this meeting and the following social event.
Date: 1st of August, 2016, 5 p.m.
Venue: University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Mektory, Raja 15, 12618 Tallinn
Social event: IT Faculty Café, Tallinn University of Technology, Akadeemia tee 15A, 12618 Tallinn
Please register not later than the 15th of June 2016.