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Проекти

Проект Cabriolet / Cabriolet project

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Проект dComFra / dComFra project

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Назва проекту: «dComFra – Digital competence framework for Ukrainian teachers and other citizens» / «Рамка цифрових компетентностей для українських вчителів та інших громадян»

Реєстраційний № 598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LTEPPKA2-CBHESP

Бюджет проекту: 952 946,00 Євро

Сайт проекту – dcomfra.vdu.lt

Чернівецький національний університет імені Юрія Федьковича (ЧНУ) у складі консорціуму університетів здобув перемогу у конкурсі Еразмус+ з проектом dComFra – «Рамка цифрових компетентностей для українських вчителів та інших громадян». Цей проект – один з шести проектів-переможців від України у 2018 році. Загалом за напрямом «Розвиток потенціалу вищої освіти» Програми Європейського Союзу ЕРАЗМУС+ у 2018 році на конкурс було подано 874 проекти. Виконавче агентство з питань освіти, аудіовізуальних засобів і культури (ЕАСЕА) відібрало 147 проектів, в тому числі 6 проектів за участі України.

Від Чернівецького національного університету імені Юрія Федьковича проект виконує колектив кафедри комп’ютерних систем та мереж Інституту фізико-технічних і комп’ютерних наук.

Координатор проекту від ЧНУ – завідувач кафедри комп’ютерних систем та мереж Георгій Воробець.

Цілі проекту: створити і презентувати ефективну мережу Української Національної цифрової коаліції, що базується на українських ВУЗах, профільних асоціаціях, державних і бізнес структурах; розробити і впровадити Українські фреймворки цифрових компетенцій; розробити рекомендації для зміни навчальних планів / програм по цифровим компетенцій, у відповідності з Цифровий Європейської робочої програми (Digital Agenda for Europe) і сучасних вимог ринку праці; створити тренінги цифрових компетенцій для вчителів та інших громадян; провести високоякісні тренінги з цифрових компетенцій для різних верств населення.

Міжнародний координатор проекту (Грант холдер): Vytautas Magnus University, Каунас, Литва

Український координатор: Київський національний університет імені Тараса Шевченка, Київ, Україна.

Учасники міжнародного консорціуму виконавців проекту dComFra:

  • Vytautas Magnus University, Каунас, Литва
  • Corinthian university of applied science, Віллах, Австрія
  • Czech university of life sciences Prague, Прага, Чехія
  • Pedagogical university of Cracow, Краків, Польща
  • Polytechnic university of Bucharest, Бухарест, Румунія
  • Public institution Information Technologies Institute, Каунас, Литва
  • Київський національний університет імені Тараса Шевченка, Київ, Україна
  • Київський національний університет культури і мистецтв, Київ, Україна
  • НТУ «Харківський політехнічний інститут», Харків, Україна
  • Донецький НТУ, Покровськ, Україна
  • Чернівецький національний університет ім. Юрія Федьковича, Чернівці, Україна
  • Харківський національний університет радіоелектроніки, Харків, Україна
  • Кременчуцький національний університет ім. Михайла Остроградського, Кременчук, Україна
  • Українська асоціація фахівців інформаційних технологій, Харків, Україна, Київ, Україна
  • Міністерство освіти і науки України, Київ, Україна

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This material reflects the views only of the author, and the National Agency and European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Проект ALIoT / ALIoT project

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About


The name of project is ALIOT, which is acronym from official name “Internet of Things: Emerging Curriculum for Industry and Human Applications” (reference number 573818-EPP-1-2016-1-UK-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP).

This project is financed by the Erasmus+ programme, which aims  to contribute to the Europe 2020 strategy for growth, jobs, social equity and inclusion, as well as the aims of ET2020, the EU’s strategic framework for education and training. Erasmus+ also aims to promote the sustainable development of its partners in the field of higher education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy.

Specific objectives of Joint project (curriculum development)

The joint project in curriculum development implements a new approach to the delivery of educational services through ongoing feedback from employers and correction of the educational process, methodological and logistical support of the educational process.

It also provides creation of professional community in IoT, robotics, computer networks and microcontrollers. The project ensures adaptation of academic programs to the needs of the European labor market, thus enhancing the opportunities of academic and labor abundant. The novelty is in usage of the concept of accumulation and transfer of educational credits (ECTS) and the concept of learning throughout life (LLL).

 

Teaching 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.