CORONA UPDATE: our school happened as FULLY-ONLINE event from Oct 5-7 2020.
- Unlimited participants over the FREE LIVE STREAM
- Keynote Live Streams via YouTube
- Questions via chat
- 40 registered pro participants via zoom that will have the full experience
- Keynote Live Streams via zoom
- Direct QNA via zoom
- Poster session participation for networking with other PhD candidates
- Virtual side-activities
Please register for the stream to receive the links and talk announcements.
The Internet of Things (IoT) connects a plethora of devices. It allows programmers to interact with the physical environment. This brings many fascinating challenges and opportunities but also risks.
In our summer school we will introduce you to the fascinating world of the Industrial Internet of Things, the IoT that makes factories run. You will learn about many different aspects from device manufacturing over communication protocol and semantics to application management.
This year’s edition has the title “IoT meets Security”. Besides interoperability, security is a central challenge for today’s IoT. Imagine a robot going crazy and killing workers, or a car doing mass surveillance and sharing information about the people in its neighbourhood to remote storages. We will discover attacks and protection mechanisms together with you not only theoretical but hands on in the challenges provided directly from the factories and research labs of our industrial partners!
The Future IoT summer school offers an appealing mix of lectures, hands-on tutorial, and hackathon challenges. There is also a lot of room for getting to know each other, networking, and exploring our hosting city!
The organizers come from the best institutions in France and Germany, the Institut Mines Telecom (IMT) Atlantique and the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Our partners are the most relevant companies in the field that might become your future employers.
The Future IoT summer school offers
- Keynotes and lectures with first hand information from industrial and academic leaders.
- PhD poster sessions where you can present your research and network.