Summer school.
Lviv 2014

09.07.2014 18:39

“Summer is, for sure, the best time for self-development”

Therefore on July 7-9, 2014 Noosphere, together with the Engineering School held a Summer School as a part of the IV International Research and Practice Conference “Knowledge bases and their key role in progress of knowledge-driven economy of modern information society” 2014 in cooperation with Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine.

Students from several regions of Ukraine including Uzhgorod, Kharkov, Vinnitsa, Ternopol, and Dnepropetrovsk, participated in the Summer School. Speakers were chosen from Noosphere’s top-Management and academic staff of leading Ukrainian and foreign universities. 

But who can say it better than the participants themselves.

Yevganiy Girol, Uzhgorod National University:

“Lots of new ideas, acquaintances and interesting information. I want to say thank you to the organizers! Such a high quality conference is rare for Ukraine. All of the topics were relevant and most of them were scientifically-grounded. In general, the organization was excellent! I have just one simply request – to hold such events more often. Thanks to all of the organizers and participants for a lovely and productively time. I hope to work together again in the future!”

Alexander Startsev, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University:

“A sea of wonderful impressions! Thank you for an excellent opportunity to establish new business and social contacts. I had no idea that the conference as well as the school even had such a huge philosophical background. I now see Vernadskiy's doctrine from a new practical perspective. I especially enjoyed the speeches by Igor Khanin and Maxim Polyakov as well as the representatives from the Science Academic (L. Lubchik and N. Glebovets). Please, invite speakers like this more often! Ukraine still has very powerful mathematics, physics and medical schools. It would be a pity to waste their potential. It’s great that a business is at last making more use of science to create state-of-the-art, high-tech products”.

Igor Moroz, Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovs’k National University, Leader in the rating of the Noosphere Engineering School’s program “Project Management”:

“I would like to express my deep gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the Science and Practice conference! The conference was very productive and made a significant contribution to each of our educations. It’s not every day that students have the opportunity to listen to presentations from university professors as well as IT practitioners such as the employees and executives from Noosphere that provided excellent food for thought and mediation. For me personally it was two very productive days and I have chosen new directions for my development. I’ve made new acquaintances which, I’m sure, will develop into friendships and business relationships! Now it’s time to stay on my chosen course and make a contribution to our common cause. Many thanks to the speakers and organizers, everything was top-notch!”

Taras Chutora, Uzhgorod National University:

“It’s too great for words. At the Conference I heard a lot of new, exciting ideas, met  generous people and made new friends. I’m sincerely grateful to the organizers. I have visited a lot of conferences of different levels and none of them had such professional organization and nice organizers. I’m deeply impressed by the level and quality of the speeches and presentations at the conference. For the first time, I saw a mixture of philosophy, science, IT and business. I sincerely hope for future collaboration”.

Anastasiya Yarovenko, Vinnitsa National Technical University:

“Coming back home from Summer School I took with me so many new ideas. I was very delighted to have the opportunity to meet the participants and organizers of the conference. I learned a lot of new things and enjoyed just chatting with the other participants. It was really a worth-while experience that helped be grow personally. I reevaluated myself, my knowledge and my attitude toward university education has changed. I’m very happy with my participation in this event and I believe that some words, which stirred my soul, will never be forgotten and will have an impact on my life. Thanks to everyone for a great time!

TO kick off the conference, Professor Yarema Savula, Dean of the Applied Mathematics and Informatics Faculty of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, gave a welcome speech on behalf of the University’s academic staff, introducing the students to more than 350 years of history of the University.

The conference program included round-table discussions, speeches from Noosphere professionals as well as professors of several leading Ukrainian and the world universities.

The key target of the conference was to share the knowledge of the leading academic teaching staff and Noosphere professionals in the digital economy in order to solve existing problems of mankind by means of information technologies.