Summer school

The summer school aims to get together ambition Master and PhD students, PostDocs and young researchers with a background in Robotics or Software Engineering. The working language of the Summer School is English.

Summer school is organized in 2 stages

The first stage

10-16 June participants will be divided into two tracks: Robotics and Software Engineering

The second stage (optional)

17-23 June, participants from two tracks will form mixed teams of 4–6 people and will work on the projects together

After the summer school

Interested students and young researchers will have the possibility to stay for internship in the Innopolis University

Application form

Important dates

April 30

Submission deadline

May 15

Acceptance notification

June 10–16

Technical lectures

June 17–23

Project work (optional)

from June 23

Internship (optional)

Speakers of the Summer school

Robotics Track

Prof. Dr. Gregor Schöner h-index 71, director of the Institut für Neuroinformatik (INI),
Bochum, Germany
Alexander Hramov h-index 40, Professor, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics,
head of the Laboratory of Neuroscience and Cognitive Technology;
Innopolis University
Alexander N. Pisarchik h-index 32, PhD, Distinguished Researcher, Chair,
Centre for Biomedical Technology, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
Madrid, Spain
Frolov Alexander h-index 27, Professor, doctor of biological sciences,
Head of the Laboratory for Mathematical Neuroscience Training,
Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology RAS
Alexandr Klimchik h-index 14, Head of the Center for technologies in robotics
and mechatronics components, Innopolis University, Ph.D.,
Associate professor

Software Engineering Track

Giancarlo Succi h-index 30, professor, Dean of the Computer Science Faculty,
Innopolis University, PhD
Alberto Sillitti h-index 28, professor, Head of the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab,
Innopolis University
Letizia Jaccheri h-index 21, professor, faculty of Computer technologies,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Registration Fee

International participants 400 Euro
Russian participants 28 000 rubles
  • Registration fee includes accommodation (at the Campus of Innopolis University), three meals a day and social activities.
  • The organizers will provide grants for participants with strong CV which will cover registration fee. Winner’s names will be known on May 15.


Innopolis is a new Russian city, located in the Republic of Tatarstan. School will be held in Innopolis University. Specializing in the field of modern information technologies, Innopolis University is not only one of Russia's youngest universities, but also the new city's intellectual center. The participants will be accommodated in comfortable rooms of the modern campus. Each room is equipped with all necessary appliances and new furniture.


  • Duration of internship can be from 2 weeks till maximum 2 months.
  • Internship can be held at any IU lab or in the Center for technologies in robotics and mechatronics components.
  • The organizers will provide awards for the participants with the best project of the Summer school.


It is expected that participants will come with their own laptops please contact organizers before if you will not be able to bring a laptop with you.

School coordinators

Prof. Alexandr Klimchik


Prof. Alberto Sillitti

Software Engineering

For the international participants

The Innopolis University will help with visa application. Interested participants should sent their Application form, CV and Motivation letter by April 30 by email to

Application form

You can visit the page of the last Double summer school on Collaborative Robotics & Software Engineering, which was held in August 2018, on this link

If you have any questions, please, contact our school organizer Anna Fedorenko,


We would like to point your attention to the "Saint Petersburg Summer School on Nonlinear and Adaptive Control", which will take place during June 3 to June 5, 2019 in ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia. The objectives of the school are to present the basic introductory material, as well as more recent results, on the topics of nonlinear and adaptive control. The (3hrs) lectures are delivered by world leading experts in these fields. The target audience are graduate students, researchers and practitioners in systems and control theories.

The school is an event organized by the ITMO University together with Hangzhou Dianzi University (China) and Innopolis University (Russia)

More information on the link

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