Internet of Things and Business Transformation
EIT Digital Infrastructure Summer School
|||July 29 - August 11||Apply now|
In this Summer School the focus is on Internet of Things (IoT) as a main driver for future digital infrastructures. With the advances of ICT, billions of “things” will collaborate through a reliable, efficient and secure network, using distributed storage and computing resources.
Fully functioning IoT requires new technical solutions in three large technology areas. Firstly, embedded systems, for energy efficient sensing and actuation. Secondly, communication and networked system for connecting the huge number of devices. And thirdly computing, data analytics and visualization for the IoT-based applications.
With the development of IoT solutions the business ecosystems of the traditional telecommunication sector are challenged but also provides new opportunities for existing as well as emerging industries.
This Summer School will train the participants to analyse the implications that this new technology area might have on society, on individuals and on businesses and to identify emerging business roles and opportunities.
The Summer School will be held at Bosön Conference site, Lidingö, Sweden.
Summer School Fee
|Category||Fee 1 week||Fee 2 weeks||Accommodation||Travel|
|EIT Digital Doctoral students||Not Applicable||Mobility Allowance||Incl||Incl|
|Students, ARISE countries||Not Applicable||Stipend||Incl||Incl|
|Students, other universities (incl. partner universities)||Not Applicable||€750||€250||Excl|
|EIT Digital Alumni||€1.4001||€1.9601||Excl2||Excl|
|Professionals, partner companies3||€1.4001||€1.9601||Excl2||Excl|
|Professionals, external companies||€1.750||€2.450||Excl2||Excl|
- Discount 20%
- Offer to join EIT Digital master student's hotel EIT at a price of €250 (shared room for 12 nights)
- EIT Digital member companies
- Students must attend 2 weeks
Summer School programme
The first week of the Summer School you will be introduced to the theory of the action lines by lecturers from the academic and business world. It will be network activities and introduction to the cases for the business development assignment. You will be divided into teams and start to work on the ideation phase and will by the end of the week present a value proposition and a revenue model.
The second week you will continue with team work turning the business idea into a viable business plan with start-up strategy, marketing and financial planning. You and your team will present a business plan at the end of the week in a final pitch in front of a business panel.
To bring the Summer School participants up to the same level of the basic understanding of Innovation and Entrepreneurship topics, an online starter-kit will be sent out before entering the following Summer School 2018.
If you are from the business community or the EIT Digital Alumni network, you have the possibility to choose to participate only the first week or complete the full two-week course.
Stipends (scholarships) are available for students enrolled at a university and who have a nationality in one of the following 14 European countries (ARISE): Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia. Stipends (scholarships) for Summer School students from these countries include all costs (fee, travel, lodging and catering). Please indicate your nationality.
Please note, if you apply for a stipend the last application date is 15 May, 2018. A stipend is given for one occasion only.
Registration for stipends application is closed.
Get to know Henrik
Henrik Abramowicz is the Action Line Leader Digital Infrastructure.
Prior to joining EIT Digital, Abramowicz held various international and senior positions at Philips and Ericsson. In the 1980´s he contributed to the development of IEEE 802.3, 4 and 5 standards (Ethernet, Token bus and Token ring). Within the Ericsson Group he was the General Manager for the Wireless LAN business unit in the 1990´s.
Since 2002 he has worked with Ericsson research and managed several EU projects. He chaired the Coordinating Team of the Wireless World Initiative with some 700 researchers as well as the EU cluster on Future Internet. Furthermore, Abramowicz was one of the caretakers for the Future Internet Assembly in Europe.
Abramowicz is one of the editors and authors of the book 4WARD - Architecture and Design for the Future Internet, released in February 2011. Before leaving Ericsson, he was responsible for Ericsson’s research collaborations in Europe for the 5G mobile network.
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