The third day of the 2018 Global Smart Industry scientific forum began with the ceremony of opening of Samsung IoT Academy Laboratory on the base of School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of SUSU.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of South Ural State University organised a Job Fair for senior students. During the Job Fair, students had the opportunity to personally meet and talk with the top managers and representatives of various companies, leave their resume with them, and find out about the most interesting projects and the conditions for being selected to work at a company.
On Tuesday, June 26th, SUSU Rector Aleksandr Shestakov signed an agreement on the opening of the Samsung IoT Academy program and the unique training laboratory for studying technologies of the Internet of Things at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
The goal of the present Memorandum is the co-operation in educational and scientific research areas, development of exchange of students, graduates and teaching professors.
The fifth international school of software engineering was held at the University of Rostock (Germany) as part of the Erasmus+ PWs@PhD project from 2 October to 13 October 2017. The school was attended by more than 30 graduate students and employees of 10 universities from 6 countries. From the South Ural state University, the school was attended by 6 representatives of School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Last weekend, Global Game Jam international festival of computer games development took place at SUSU. In Chelyabinsk, the main organizer of the Jam is SUSU’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
The awarding ceremony for winners of a contest for data analysis, SMS Group Data Challenge, which was held from September 1st through December 1st, 2017, was held on December 14th at South Ural State University.
Master’s Student of the School of Electronics and Computer Science Ivan Volkov took third place in a prestigious all-Russian business contest “Young Russian Businessperson 2017”!
Professor of University of Central Lancashire (UK) Janet Read visited EECS SUSU during Erasmus+ School in Software Engineering. Janet Read is a Professor in Child Computer Interaction and is the Director of the Child Computer Interaction (ChiCI) research group at UCLan.
From May 15th through May 28th SUSU will become an international venue for education and the exchange of experiences in software engineering between postgrads and researchers from 6 countries and 11 universities. International school within the Erasmus+ PwS@PhD project will be held on the basis of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of SUSU.
An international school, Mathematical and Computational Bases of Software Engineering, within the Erasmus+ project “PWs@PhD: Joint Programs and Framework for Doctoral Education in Software Engineering” will be held at SUSU from May 15th through 28th.
The Research and Education Center (REC) of Kaspersky Lab "Information Security" was opened in Chelyabinsk. The REC was established on the premises of the High School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of SUSU.
The Jordan University hosted the third International Workshop on Software Engineering in the framework of Erasmus+ PWs@PhD project 1-12 Feb. 2017. School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the South Ural State University were presented by four representatives, including two faculty members and two postgraduate students.
Projects of EECS SUSU were successfully presented “Digital Industrial Platform of Russia” project at the strategic session on the national technological initiative in Chelyabinsk IT-park