Training Schools

In the ImmerSAFE project, three training schools will be organized, each of them emphasizing topics related to one work package. In addition to providing in-depth teaching of subjects important for the project,  the training schools will also serve as the foundation for collaborations between ESRs by establishing a common terminology between ESRs of different background. Lectures at the training schools will be given by experts from the beneficiaries, partner organizations, as well as by world-wide renowned individuals.

The following training schools are planned. The list includes the main organizer, tentative date, and the topics to be addressed:

  • TS1: Immersive Imaging – University of Zagreb, Sept. 2018 (Human vision and visual cues. Multi-sensor 3D scene capture. Plenoptics. Compression of immersive imagery. Immersive displays. Stra­tegic Foresight and Experiencing Futures).
  • TS2: Distributed Embedded Systems  – Mälardalen University, June 2019 (Communications for networked embedded systems. Safety critical systems engineering. Security for distributed embedded systems. Reliable software for interaction design with a focus on user experience. Predictable execution and performance of distributed embedded real-time systems. System requirements and its translation into communication requirements and real-time constraints).
  • TS3: Human factors, human reliability analysis and organisations and safety – Norwegian University of Science and Technology, June 2020 (Human factors: usability testing and methods. Human reliability analysis. Organisational theories and safety. Safety culture and organisational factors in safety-critical contexts. Theories about human centred design. Cognitive psychology and safety. Qualitative & quantitative research methods in social science).

All training schools are open for everyone to participate including people outside of the network. Please contact the specific training school organizer or the project coordinator for enrolment/attendance details.

ImmerSAFE (Project number 764951) is funded under the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017 call and is part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions — Innovative Training Networks (ITN) funding scheme.