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The Athens Summer Seminars

The Athens Summer Seminars

(PRWEB) June 6, 2005

The program will be structured as a set of vertical sessions covering distinct emerging topics in ICT. Presentations will proceed from beginner level to an intermediate level, ensuring that no prerequisites are required. Courses will be appropriately complemented with laboratory work, a range of social activities, creating a balanced and attractive summer program that provides participants with the opportunity to learn, practice and relax.

Course content at a glance:

Future/Emerging Networking Technologies (Broadband, Wireless, Mobile, Optical)

Future/Emerging Computing and Middleware Technologies (Grid Computing, Context-Aware Computing, Pervasive & Autonomic Computing, Semantic Web)

ICT Security

Practical / Laboratory Training

Social events

The summer school will significantly benefit students by exposing them to the latest advancements in computing, networking and telecommunications. Understanding these advances can be an invaluable asset for:

Developing a basic knowledge of ICT’s key elements.

Identify areas for research and academic interest, as well as where to focus to become competitive in the emerging ICT era.

Understanding technology directions that can impact career related choices.

Who should apply

Students from computer science, computational science, engineering and application backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The school will be designed to accommodate students with diverse academic backgrounds. 25-35 students will ultimately be selected to participate and all selected participants will work closely with the AIT faculty for the duration of the program.

Following the completion of the summer school participants will receive a certification of their studies in emerging ICT technologies.

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