“Project funded under the Erasmus+ programme are given"

“Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (reference number 573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP)

General information
As a result of the very fierce competition selection of Erasmus + projects, the ALIOT - Internet of Things project was selected: the Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications, which is a member of the department of the Institute of Intellectual Computer Systems of TNEU (Prof. A. Sachenko, Assoc. Bulls and others). The project grant amount is 816.72 thousand euros, the project starts on October 15, 2016, and is designed for 3 years.
The name of the ALIOT project is a reduction from the official name "Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications".
The goal of the ALIOT project is to provide research in a new area of the Internet of Things (IoT) in accordance with the needs of modern society; bring universities closer to changes in the global labor market in ICT and world education; To give students an idea of the different job profiles in different areas of the IoT.

 

 
The aim of the project is to provide the broadest possible research in the new field - Internet Affairs (IoT) in Ukraine, in accordance with the needs of the modern society, as well as to promote the competitiveness and approach of graduates of Ukrainian universities and specialists in the field of information and communication technologies to the needs and changes in the world labor market.

The project's technical objectives include the implementation of specific goals: the development of curricula for specific disciplines of the IOT for the preparation of masters and doctors of philosophy, laboratory workshops, for example, the implementation of IOT technologies for environmental monitoring, the needs of medicine, the development of intellectual ICTs such as "smart home", "autonomous car ", IOT in cyber-physics systems and other technologies. It is envisaged to create a multi-domain IoT cluster network with broad user access that will openly provide access to training materials, techniques and tools for providing training and consulting services in the field of IoT systems for various applications: human, security, business, and technology needs. The network will be a tool for sharing knowledge, will help raise public awareness of the latest achievements of the IoT, concepts, technology and applications.

 
Consortium:

EU
University of Newcastle, United Kingdom (UNEW)
University of Leeds, UK (LBU)
Coimbra University, PT (UC)
Royal Technological Institute, SE (KTI)
Institute of Information Sciences and Technology of the Institute of the National Research Council of Italy, IT (ISTI-CNR)

 
Ukraine

National Aerospace University "KhAI" (KhAI)
Chernivtsi National University (ChNU)
East Ukrainian National University (EUNU)
Odessa National Polytechnic University (ONPU)
Ternopil National Economic University (TNEU)
Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University (PMBSNU)
Zaporizhzhya National Technical University (ZNTU)
Institute for Modeling Problems in Energy G. E. Puhov NAS
IT-Alliance
SmartME Ukraine
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

ALIOT published materials

Lectures

The first, second and third volumes of the three-volume book called “Internet of Things for Industry and Human Applications” contains materials of the lecture parts of the study modules for MSc, PhD and Training Modules for an intensive capacity-building measures as lecture part developed in the framework of the ALIOT project «Internet of Things for Industry and Human Application» (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) funded under the Erasmus+ programme are given.

It is intended for MSc and PhD students studying IoT technologies, software and computer engineering and science. It could be useful for lecturers of universities and training centers, researchers and developers of IoT systems.

Internet of Things for Industry and Human Application. In Volumes 1-3. Volume 1. Fundamentals and Technologies

Volume 1 describes challenges, principles and technologies of Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Everything (IoE). The book consists of 4 parts for corresponding MSc courses: fundamentals of IoT, IoE and Web of Things (sections 1-4), data science for IoT (sections 5-8), mobile and hybrid IoT computing (sections 9-11), IoT technologies for cyber-physical systems (sections 12-15). The book prepared by Ukrainian university teams with the support of EU academic colleagues of the ALIOT consortium.

Internet of Things for Industry and Human Application. In Volumes 1-3. Volume 2. Modeling and Development

Volume 2 describes models, simulation and development techniques for Internet of Things (IoT). The book consists of 4 parts for corresponding PhD courses: modeling of IoT based systems (sections 16-19), software-defined networks and IoT (sections 20-23), dependability and security of IoT (sections 24-27), development and implementation of IoT based systems (sections 28-31). The book prepared by Ukrainian university teams with the support of EU academic colleagues of the ALIOT consortium.

Internet of Things for Industry and Human Application. In Volumes 1-3. Volume 3. Assessment and Implementation

Volume 3 describes techniques and tools for creation, assessment and
implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) in different industry and human domains. The book consists of 6 parts for corresponding training courses: IoT for smart energy grid (sections 32-35), IoT for smart buildings and cities (sections 36-39), IoT for intelligent transportation systems (sections 40-43), IoT for healthcare systems (sections 44-47), IoT for ecology, safety and security monitoring systems (sections 48-51), IoT for industrial systems (sections 52-56). The book prepared by Ukrainian university teams with support of EU academic colleagues of the ALIOT consortium.

Courses syllabuses and description of practicums are placed in the appendixes of the corresponding practicums and training modules.

Practicums

Internet of Things for Industry and Human Application. Fundamentals of Internet of Things

The book contains materials for practicum of MSc course “MC1. Fundamentals of Internet of Things” developed in frameworks of project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications /ALIOT” (Project Number: 573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP, 2016-2019) funded by EU Program ERASMUS+. It’s described practice works and seminars for modules “Concepts, domains and challenges of IoT applications”, “Standards and metrics for IoT systems”, “Communications and protocols of IoT systems”. The book prepared by Ukrainian university teams with the support of EU academic colleagues of the ALIOT consortium.

Data Science for Internet of Things and Internet of Everything: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course “MC2. Data Science for IoT and IoE”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+
ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of development and implementation of IoT-based systems are presented. The basic concepts and approaches of data science for IoT systems are given.

Mobile and hybrid Internet of Things based computing: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the master course “MC3. Mobile and hybrid IoT-based computing”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Modernization Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications Domains” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UKEPPKA2- CBHE-JP).
Study material presented in this practical part of the master course is covering the basic topics iOS and Android application development and there use for IoT systems.

Internet of Things Technologies for Cyber Physical Systems: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course MC4 “IoT technologies for Cyber Physical Systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications”. The course structure, teaching materials, examples of tasks for seminars, practical and laboratory works, as well as methodological recommendations for self-preparation and knowledge testing in the discipline, and criteria for their assessment are given. The material is submitted sequentially to form a holistic picture of the current state, synergy, prospects for research and development of Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems technologies. The focus is on the conceptual issues of modeling, analysis, synthesis and practical implementation of CPS, and the role of IoT at all stages of the life cycle of complex computerized systems.

Architectures and Embedded Platform Based development of Internet / Web of Things systems: Laboratory works

The book contains materials for practicum of MSc course “Fundamentals of Internet of Things” developed in frameworks of project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications /ALIOT” (Project Number: 573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP, 2016-2019) funded by EU Program ERASMUS+. It’s described laboratory works for module “Architectures and platforms of IoT/WoT systems”. Practicum includes 9 labs for research of different platforms and controllers such as PLCNext which are used for creation of IIoT systems.

Simulation of Internet of Things based Systems. Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course PС1 “Simulation of IoT-based systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications Domains” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of modeling and simulation of IoT-based systems are presented. The course focuses on the application of the Internet of things technologies in the design and construction of smart home and smart building systems.

Software defined networks and Internet of Things: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course “PC2. Software defined networks and IoT”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Modernization Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications Domains” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UKEPPKA2- CBHE-JP).
Practicum materials are supposed to be used by PhD-students in sphere of computer networking, software engineering etc., and aimed at delivering the essential knowledge and practical skills on the topic of Mininet emulator usage for the purpose of typical engineering tasks solving, covering, in particular, the aspects of programming – for the purpose of automation tasks solving. Moreover, practicum is devoted to engineers and researches involved in the development, implementation and testing of SDN-based IoT-solutions.

Dependability and Security Internet of Things: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course PC3 “Dependability and Security of IoT”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given.
In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of dependability and security of IoT-based systems are presented. The basic concepts and approaches to development and implementation of dependable, safe and secure IoT systems, models and methods for dependability and security assurance and assessment of IoT-based systems are examined.

Development and Implementation of Internet of Things based Systems: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course PC4 “Development and Implementation of IoT-based Systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of development and implementation of IoT-based systems are presented. The basic concepts and approaches to development and implementation of IoT systems, models for IoT-based devices and technologies for data processing and transfer, and intelligent methods and approaches for management and learning of IoT-based systems are examined.

Internet of Things for Smart Energy Grid: Trainings

The materials of the training part of the study course ITM1 “IoT for Smart Energy Grid”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UKEPPKA2- CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of IoT for smart energy grid are presented. IoT infrastructure for smart energy grid based on embedded systems devices, its safety, reliability
and security are examined.

Internet of Things for Smart building and city: Trainings

The materials of the practical part of the study course ITM2 “IoT for Smart building and city”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given.
In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of development and implementation of IoT-based systems are presented. The course focuses on the application of the Internet of things technologies in the design and construction of smart home and smart building systems.

Internet of Things for іntelligent transport systems: Practicum

The materials of the practical part of the study course “ITM3. IoT for Intelligent Transport Systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding practical material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of development and implementation of IoT-based systems are presented. The basic concepts and approaches of data science for IoT systems are given.

Internet of Things for Healthcare Systems: Trainings

The materials of the training part of the study course ITM4 “IoT for Healthcare Systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1- 2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding training material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of IoT for healthcare systems are presented.
The structures, models and technologies for development of healthcare IoT-based systems, advanced techniques and means for design, modernization and implementation of healthcare IoT-based systems and development and hardware optimization of units for IoT devices in healthcare systems are examined.

Internet of Things for Ecology, Safety and Security Monitoring Systems: Trainings

The materials of the training part of the study course ITM5 “IoT for ecology, safety and security monitoring systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP)1.
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding training material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of IoT for ecology, safety and security monitoring systems are presented. The structures, models and technologies, advanced techniques and means for design, modernization and implementation of IoT-based systems for ecology, safety and security monitoring, application of IoT technologies in engineering, development control units for IoT devices for ecology, safety and security monitoring systems are examined.

Internet of Things for Industrial Systems: Trainings

The materials of the training part of the study course ITM6 “IoT for industrial systems”, developed in the framework of the ERASMUS+ ALIOT project “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (573818-EPP-1- 2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).
The structure of work on verification of residual knowledge in the discipline, the corresponding training material, examples of tasks and criteria of evaluation are given. In the learning process, the theoretical aspects of IoT for industrial systems are presented.
The structures, models and technologies for development of industrial IoT-based systems, advanced techniques and means for design, modernization and implementation of industrial IoT-based systems, application of IoT technologies in engineering, and development and hardware optimization of control units for IoT devices in industry systems are examined.

Work meetings and seminars

Seminar for Capacity Building Project teams winners of 2nd call on How to use the Grant

Assistant Professor of Department of Information Computer Systems and Control, Ph.D. Iryna Strubytska took part in the winners team Seminar for Capacity Building Project on November 16, 2016.
This meeting took place at the National University of «Kyiv-Mohyla Academy». The seminar has been organized by National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine and Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EASEA).
During the seminar project executants have received information from EASEA about projects features and optimal approaches, advices on project management and financial management under EASEA rules.
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine informed about the expectations of the projects CBHE and forms vision of cooperation areas with universities in projects implementing.

Representatives of National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine presented specifics and changes in national legislation and their impact on specific aspects of projects CBHE (in particular: projects registration with the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, methodological approaches to the development of educational programs, etc.).

Project team’s meeting within the Erasmus+ Aliot project

The planned meeting of the TNEU project team by Erasmus+Aliot project [aliot.eu.org], which consist of Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko,  Dr Myroslav Komar, DrSc Vasyl Koval, Dr Gregory Gladiy, Dr Iryna Strubytska, Prof. Volodymyr Kochan, Dr Zbyshek Dombrowskiy, and Ms Oksana Dunets, and Mr Volodymyr Neizzhalyi, was held on the 13-th of March, 2017.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programm of the European Union

As a result, the previous meetings of all participants of the project from universities from different cities of Ukraine (Kharkiv, Chernivtsi, Zaporizhzhya and Ternopil) and universities from the United Kingdom and Portugal, which were held in February and March, were summed up at this meeting. In the addition to that, the modules, in which the TNEU project team took part, were determined. The responsibilities were divided and groups, which will develop courses, modules, lectures and labs, were organized.
  The leaders and co-leaders of working groups were designated. There are:

1) «Data science for IoT and IoE» - Gregory Gladiy, Myroslav Komar
2) «IoT for Smart energy grid» - Zbyshek Dombrowskiy;
3) «IoT for intelligent transport systems» - Volodymyr Kochan, Vasyl Koval;
Iryna Strubytska I.P. was appointed as a contact person from the TNEU team. Possibility of participating the DrSc Vasyl Yatskiv’s group in the development of  «Security of IoT» module was considered upon his request.
The two next meetings of project participants will be held in April (Skype- conference) and in May in Mykolaiv, where participants can visit Southern NPP.
Sachenko A.O. has informed that 2-nd Workshop on Cyber Physical Systems and Internet of Things Dependability (WS CyberIoT-DESSERT) would be held within the IEEE International conference IDAACS 2017.

Erasmus+ Aliot AIST 2017 Spring Training School Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Application

The prevent monitoring of Erasmus+ Aliot project [aliot.eu.org] was held by commission from the Erasmus head office in Kiev in Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University in 8th f May. The spring training school as part of this project was held in 8-12 of May 2017.
In project monitoring which  was in 8th of May was attended  representatives from Britain, namely prof. Cris Phillips from the University of Newcastle also he is a project grant holder and senior lecture Ah-Lian Kor from the University of Leeds.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programm of the European Union

Commission of Erasmus head office in Kiev positively assessed the current state of the project and provided recommendations for its further development for each team university. Project Report form the Erasmus Commission will done during the week and will send to Erasmus head office in the UK and for all project participants.

Monitoring results and work experience in developing courses, modules, workshops, seminars, laboratory and practical training course of "Internet of Things" have presented the project team members from different Ukraine universities:
- National Aerospace University n. a. N. E. Zhukovsky "KhAI" (led by Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko which is a national project coordinator);
- Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University (led by Assoc. George Vorobets);
- Zaporizhzhya National Technical University (led by Prof. Ravil’ Kudermetov);
- Ternopil National Economic University (led by prof. Anatoly Sachenko);
- Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University (led by prof. Inna-Skarha-Bandurova);
- Odessa National Polytechnic University (led by prof. Dmitry Majevsky);
- G.E.Pukhov Institute for Modeling in Energy Engineering (led by Prof. Volodymyr Mokhor);

- Peter Mohyla Black Sea State University (led by Prof. Yuriy Kondratenko).

Within the «Erasmus + Aliot» project, from 9-th to 11-th of May was held a Spring School of "Internet of Things: A new course for the industry and for human use". During the spring school was presented a lot of works by bachelors, masters, PhD, associate professors, doctors and professors  from each universities which are mentioned above.
In particular, from Ternopil National Economic University were presented presentation by Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko, Associate Professor Vasyl Yatskiv, Senior lecturer Zbyszek Dombrowskiy and Oksana Dunets.
Very interesting excursion to South-Ukraine NPP and Tashlyk hydropower plants, which are in the  Yuzhnoukrainsk city, Mykolaiv region was organized to all participant of project in 10-th of May.
On completion, the participants were awarded by certificates of passing the spring school "Internet of Things". Participants have discussed the perspective directions of cooperation within project between the universities of Ukraine and with university of Newcastle and University of Leeds (UK).
Next meeting of project partners will be held in autumn in Portugal. Also expected the current meeting of project participant in the IEEE International Conference IDAASC 21-23 of September 2017 in Bucharest, Romania within IDAACS 2017 Workshop «Workshop on Cyber Physical Systems and Internet of Things Dependability».

The panned meeting of TNEU project team by Erasmus+Aliot project was held

 
The planned meeting of the TNEU project team which consist of prof. Anatoliy Sachenko, associate professor Myroslav Komar, associate professor Vasyl Koval, associate professor Gregory Gladiy, associate professor Iryna Strubytska, prof. Volodymyr Kochan, associate professor Zbyshek Dombrowskiy, Oksana Dunets by Erasmus+ Aliot project [aliot.eu.org] was held on the 15-th of June.
As a result, the project monitoring results, the stages of filling and developing training programs as from different university participant and as its own developments were summed up at this meeting. Besides, there were discussed and defined the structure of the work programs that will be uploaded to the project folder in the google disk repository. It was also determined the need permission to a shared folder Assoc. Prof. Vasyl Kovaly and Ph.D. Zbyshek Dombrovsky.

The next meeting of project participants will be in autumn in Portugal аnd of TNEU project team in 27 of June .

Erasmus + Aliot consortium members meeting

The 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS 2017) was held in University "Politehnica” of Bucharest (UPB), Romania from 20-th to 23-rd of September.
Besides, the working meting within the Erasmus+Aliot project [aliot.eu.org] was running by Vyacheslav Kharchenko, Ukraine with presentations by members of the consortium on September 22’2018.
There were presented University of Newcastle, UK, in particular prof. Cris Phillips; M.E. Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "Kharkiv Aviation Institute" headed by Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko and Oleg Ilyashenko, who are the initiators of the project; Yu Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, headed by associate professor Georgy Vorobets; Ternopil National Economic University, headed by Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko; Odessa National Polytechnic University, headed by Prof. Dmytro Maevsky and Prof. Alexander Drozd; P. Mohyla Black Sea National University, headed by Prof. Yuriy Kondratenko.

Project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

A planned meeting of project team members from ICS TNEU under the Erasmus + Aliot project

Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko - team leader from TNEU, Prof. Volodymyr Kochan, Ass. Prof. Vasyl Koval, Ass. Prof. Vasyl Yatskiv, Ass. Prof. Zbyshek Dombrovskyy and PhD Student Oksana Dunets attended this meeting. During the meeting, issues related to the pre-final versions of the syllabi, draft versions of lectures, seminars and laboratory works of the following courses and workshops (trainings) were discussed:
• ITM3 (Trainings) «IoT for intelligent transport systems», a Leader is Anatoliy Sachenko, executives of the ITM3.1 module «IoT Application for Intelligent Transport Systems» are Anatoliy Sachenko, Volodymyr Kochan, Vasyl Koval, Olexander Osolinskyy;
• PC3 (PhD courses), "Dependability and security of IoT", a Leader is Volodymyr Sklyar, an executive of the PC3.4 module "Cybersecurity of IoT based Blockchain technology" is Vasyl Yatskiv;
• MCI courses «Data science for IoT and IoE», a Leader is Inna Skarga-Bandurova, executives of the MC2.2 module «Deep learning for IoT» are Vasyl Koval, Myroslav Komar and Oksana Dunets;
• ITM1 (Trainings) «IoT for Smart Energy Grid», a Leader is Eugene Brezhnev, executives of the ITM1.3 module «Integrating the smart grid components in the IOT environment» are Zbyshek Dombrovskyy and Iryna Strubytska.

In addition Gregory Hladiy is involved in the developing the MC2.2 module "Technologies of data mining and processing" of the course MC2, the Leader is Inna Skarga-Bandurova.

Volodymyr Kochan and Anatoliy Sachenko presented their achievements in the ITM3.1 module, Vasyl Koval in the MC2.2 module, Vasyl Yatskiv in the PC3.4 module and Zbyshek Dombrovskyy in the ITM1.3 module. In addition, Zbyshek Dombrovskyy caused a delay with the curriculum for the ITM1.3 module by a lack of core materials from the Leader of the  ITM1 training "IoT for Smart energy grid". The procedure for uploading materials to Google Drive was discussed. The participants of the meeting expressed their remarks and wishes to improve the work on the modules.
Finally participants have made the following decisions:
1. Anatoliy Sachenko and Volodymyr Kochan have to complete the syllabus of the ITM3.1 module "IoT for intelligent transport systems” by 29.09.2017 and prepare a draft version of some lab work by 30.09.2017.
2. Zbyshek Dombrovskyy and Iryna Strubytska have to complete the syllabus of the ITM1.3 module "Integrating the smart grid components in the IoT environment" by 29.09.2017.3
3. Anatoliy Sachenko has to contact Yevhen Brezhnev, the Leader of the ITM1 module regarding the core materials as well as Inna Skarga-Bandurova about specifying the participation of Gregory Hladiy in MC2 course developing.
3. Vasyl Yatskiv and Vasyl Koval  have to e-mail the draft version of some lectures and laboratory works to Anatoliy Sachenko's by Sunday, October 1.
4. Oksana Dunets has to prepare the progress reports and project dissemination by October 1.
5. Vasyl Yatskiv should  prepare a common lecture about Internet of Things IoT, on the 2nd or 4th week of October
6. Oksana Dunets has to  add logos to the Erasmus + Aliot news
The next meeting is scheduled to take place on the second or fourth week of October, where the participants of the TNEU project team should present the progress of the lectures and labs preparing on the corresponding modules.
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Erasmus + ALIOT Project Working Meeting in Portugal

A current working meeting was held at University of Coimbra(UC), Portugal from 2 to 6 October 2017. This meeting brought together the two European projects: Cabriolet and Erasmus + ALIOT [aliot.eu.org]. Meantime University of Coimbra was founded in 1290, so it is one of the world oldest universities.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union
First,  the Cabriolet project was monitored on October 2. It began with the welcoming addresses of  hosts António José Mendes and Marco Vieria, UC, the grant holder Chris Phillips, University of Newcastle, Great Britain and National Project Coordinator Vyacheslav Kharchenko, National Aerospace University named by M. Y. Zhukovsky "Kharkiv Aviation Institute" (KhAI). Jorge Pimenta and Paulo Caridade, presented the IPN incubator and the Spacelayer company respectively. Then reports were made by Vyacheslav Kharchenko, Oleg Ilyashenko, Dmitriy Uzun, Anatoliy Gorbenko, Olga Tarasyuk, KhAI; Elena Golembovskaya, Association of Information Technology Enterprises; Yuri Kondratenko and Yevhen Sidenko, Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University; Alexander Palagin and Volodymyr Opanasenko, Institute of Cybernetics named by. V.M Glushkov, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Ah-Lian Kor, Leeds Beckett University, Great Britain; Alexander Drozd, Dmitry Maevsky and Olena Mayevska, Odessa National Polytechnic University; Volodymyr Kazimir, Chernihiv National  University of Technology; George Vorobets, Chernivtsi National University named by Yuri Fedkovych.
The monitoring of the Erasmus + ALIOT project lasted the tow days. It began on October 3 with welcoming addresses of the host Marco Vieria, UC, grant holder Chris Phillips, University of Newcastle, Great Britain, and National Project Coordinator Vyacheslav Kharchenko, KhAI. Then the course leaders presented their team work progress in developing lectures, seminars and labs, in particular: Vyacheslav Kharchenko, Oleg Ilyashenko, Dmytro Uzun, KhAI; Inna Skarha-Bandurova and Alexander Ryazantsev, Volodymyr Dahl East-Ukrainian National University; Anatoliy Sachenko, Ternopil National Economic University; Yuri Kondratenko and Yevhen Sidenko, Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University.
The day of October 4, began with a lecture by Jorge Granjal, UC regarding the possibilities of using and implementing Internet of Things. Then course leaders presented their team work progress in developing lectures, seminars and labs, in particular: Ah-Lian Kor, Leeds Beckett University, Great Britain; Dmitry Maevsky, Alexander Drozd and Olena Mayevska, Odessa National Polytechnic University; Ravil Kudermetov and Dmitry Pavlenko, Zaporizhzhya National Technical University; George Vorobets, Chernivtsi National University named by Yurii Fedkovych; Volodymyr Mohor and Igor Kotsyuba, Institute for Modeling in Energetic named by G. E. Pukhov, Ukraine National Academy of Sciences.
On October 5, the participants did not work due to the national holiday, Day of Independence. Therefore, a trip to the Atlantic Ocean coast was organized in the attractive town of Figueira da Foz, with beautiful beaches, where the participants even got tan in the southern sun.

On October 6, Jorge Figueira presented a new eco-project, starting at UC's Startup eco-system. Then participants were introduced to the research groups of the IPN Research Institute (Instituto Pedro Nunes), in particular the Laboratory of Automatics & Systems [las.ipn.pt], and the exciting university tour was held.
Finally the next two project meetings were scheduled in 2018: in February in Ukraine along with the winter school and in August in UK along with the summer school correspondingly.

The ICS-TNEU team working meeting on the Erasmus + Aliot project

On 12-th of October, 2017, the ICS-TNEU team met under the Erasmus + Aliot project [aliot.eu.org]. Professors Anatoliy Sachenko, the TNEU team leader and Volodymyr Kochan, Doctors Vasyl Yatskiv and Vasyl Koval and , the project contact person Oksana Dunets, attended the meeting. 
Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko briefed on the recent working meeting of all project participants at the University of Coimbra, Coimbra city, Portugal, the one of oldest universities in the world, founded in 1290. Leaders of all courses from the universities of Great Britain, Portugal and Ukraine presented their progress in developing of working programs, lectures, seminars and labs works. Participants concluded that it would be necessary to complete lectures, seminars and labs works as well as draft versions of some textbooks by mid-December 2017 and to form a list of necessary equipment within the two weeks. Finally the next two project meetings were scheduled in 2018: in February in Ukraine along with the winter school and in August in UK along with the summer school correspondingly.
After the discussion, the participants of the ICS-TNEU working meeting decided to complete all points above.The next meeting of the TNEU team under the Erasmus + Aliot project will take place in early November 2017.

Workshop on the Erasmus + Aliot project

TNEU team meeting on Erasmus + Aliot project took place in January,12, 2018. The meeting was attended by Head of ICSM Department, prof. A. Sachenko, Associate Professors V. Koval (in the Skype mode), M. Komar, Z. Dombrovsky, P. Bykov and PhD's O. Osolinsky, T. Landyuk, D. Zagorodnya, O. Sachenko.

At the meeting spoke prof. A.Sachenko about the tasks of the TNEU team in the 1st quarter of 2018, the composition of the team for participation in the winter school in February 2018, as well as the results of work on the module ITM M1.1 IoT Application for Intelligent Transport Systems; Associate Professor Z. Dombrowskyy with the topic "The Smart Grid Concept for Innovative Electric Power Development Using the Smart Grid Concept", as well as the structure and short content of the laboratory work on "Mobile Sensor Networks for the Internet Smart Grid in Power" for the ITM module M1.3 Integrating the smart grid components in the IOT environment; Ph.D. О. Osolinsky about the structure and short contents of laboratory work on the topic "The system of control traffic flow intensity";  Associate Professor M. Komar about the analysis of the courses "Artificial Intelligence" and "Machine Training" at the University of Coimbra, Portugal and associate professor. V. Koval, about the structure and short content of the laboratory work on the topic "Recognition of the alphanumerical information by using the neural network"of MCM2.2 Deep learning for IoT. In the end  of the meeting prof. A. Sachenko summed up the working meeting and proposed to hold the next meeting in front of 2018.

Joint Scientific Seminar

On February 9, 2018 a joint scientific seminar was held at the department of ICSC and the Research Institute of Intelligent Computer Systems, attended by the lecturers and students of the ICSC department, as well as Dr. D.Sc., professor of the Department of Computer Intelligent Systems and Networks of the Odessa National Polytechnic University Oleksandr Drozd. The seminar participants presented their work within the framework of the Erasmus + ALIoT project "Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications".

Winter School ALIoT WINT 2018

On February 10-17, 2018, the winter school under the Erasmus + ALIoT project "Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications" took place for the first three days on the basis of Y. Fedkovich Chernivtsi National University, and the following on the basis of the "Nebokraj" complex in Yaremche.

Representatives of the Winter School took part in:
University of Newcastle, UK, in particular prof. Cris Phillips;
Leeds University, UK, in particular Associate Professor Ah-Lian Kor;

M.E. Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "Kharkiv Aviation Institute" headed by Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko and Oleg Ilyashenko, who are the initiators of the project;

Yu Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, headed by associate professor Georgy Vorobets;
Zaporizhzhya National Technical University, headed by Associate Professor Ravil Kudermetov;
Ternopil National Economic University, headed by Prof. Anatoliy Sachenko;
V. Dahl East Ukrainian National University, headed by Prof. Inna Skarga-Bandurova;
Odessa National Polytechnic University, headed by Prof. Dmytro Maevsky and Prof. Alexander Drozd;
P. Mohyla Black Sea National University, headed by Prof. Yuriy Kondratenko;
G. E. Puhov Institute for Modeling Problems in Energy, headed by Dr. Alexander Chemerys.

Ternopil National University of Economics was represented by Professors Anatoly Sachenko and Volodymyr Kochan, associate professors Vasyl Koval, Myroslav Komar, Gregory Hladiy and Pavlo Bykovy, senior lecturer Zbyshek Dombrovsky, lecturers Oleksandr Osolinsky, Diana Zagorodnyna and Vitaliy Dorosh, students Anastasiya Novosad, Julia Skorobogata and Maksim Kovalchuk.
The participants of the winter school presented their work in the development of courses, modules, trainings, laboratory lessons from the course "Internet of Things", in particular prof. Anatoly Sachenko delivered the lectures: "Brief results of the TNEU contribution for the Erasmus + ALIOT project" and "Generation and Research of the Hash Function for Blockchain Technology"; prof. Volodymyr Kochan, Assoc. Pavlo Bykovyy, lecturers Oleksandr Osolinsky and Diana Zagorodnyna, student Maxim Kovalchuk made a joint report "Intelligent System for Monitoring the Transport Flow"; Associate Professor Gregory Hladiy, Senior Lecturer Zbyshek Dombrovsky, student Anastasia Novosad, delivered a presentation "Conceptual Model for the Smart Grid System in the IoT Environment"; Associate Professors Vasyl Koval, Myroslav Komar, lecturer Vitaliy Dorosh, student Yulia Skorobogata with a lecture on "Deep Learning Neural Network for IoT".

In addition to the main part of the winter school, the participants also, on February 10, revised the performance "Christmas Night" in the O. Kobilyanska Chernivtsi Academic Regional Ukrainian Music and Drama Theater, in February 11, had a joint dinner at the restaurant "Panska guralnya", in February 12, made an excursion to the main building of the Yu Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, former Residence of Metropolitan of Bukovina and Dalmatia.
On February 15, on the basis of the "Nebokray" complex, the TNEU team presented two reports: "Intelligent Cyber Defense System" by prof. Anatoly Sachenko and associate professor Miroslav Komar; LabVIEW for IoT by prof. Anatoly Sachenko and Ph.D. Alexander Osolinsky.
In the end, the participants were awarded by certificates of participation in the winter school, as well as discussion of perspective directions of cooperation within the framework of the project between the universities of Ukraine.

Work meeting of Project Erasmus+Aliot 3 May 2018

On May 3’2018 the TNEU team met on the Erasmus + Aliot project, which was attended by: Head. Department for Information Computer Systems and Control, Prof. A. Sachenko, Head. Department of Cybersecurity, D.Sc. V. Yatskiv, prof. V. Kochan, associate professors V. Koval, M. Komar, Z. Dombrovsky, P. Bykovy, G. Gladys and teachers O. Osolinsky, D. Zagorodnya.

The results of the meeting, including the head of the Department of Cybersecurity, Dr. Sci. V. Yatskiv presented the results of laboratory testing by the students "Generation and research of hash functions for the blockchain technology".

Work meeting on the Erasmus + Aliot project

On May 11, 2018, a working meeting of the TNEU team on the Erasmus + Aliot project took place, in which the following team members were attended: Head. of Department of ICSC, prof. A. Sachenko, Head. Of Department of Cybersecurity, D.Sc. V. Yatskiv, associate professors V. Koval, M. Komar, Z. Dombrovsky, P. Bykovy, G. Hladiy and lecturers O. Osolinsky, D. Zagorodnia. The results of each of the project groups were presented at the meeting.