Summer Schools

Summer SchoolRTU Foreign Students Department (FSD) and International Relations Department (IRS) has over 18 years of experience in organizing summer schools. The first summer school «The Bridges We Build, the Bridges We Cross» was organized in 1998 in cooperation with the German Academic Exchange Service. For two weeks, 30 students from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia were sharing their study experience learning about geographic, political and economic landscape of the Baltic Region. Students had the opportunity to address one and the same problem from the point of view of representatives of various professions and in different cultural perspectives. This summer school was successfully working for six years.

From 2003 till 2016 RTU has organized various summer schools for students and participants from all over the world. Academic personnel of the Faculties together with their colleagues from partner universities from other countries share their unique theoretical knowledge and practical experience with participating students, motivating them to reach ambitious goals and advance their career. More than 500 students have used this opportunity in thirteen years’ time.

The Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, the Faculty of Power and Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Material Science and Applied Chemistry (Institute of Design Technologies), the Faculty of E-Learning Technologies and Humanities (Institute of Applied Linguistics) are actively involved in organizing summer schools.

International summer schools are a forum, which every year provides the opportunity to the students majoring in various fields from all over the world to come to Latvia and share their experience and establish new professional network of contacts and find true friends.

Summer Schools 2019
Summer School «3D Animation World»

For those, who are swept away by possibility to brighten up your drawn fantasies to life in 2D and 3D world, Riga Technical University offers the Summer Camp «Animation World»!

The Summer School is an introduction to the entire process of animation: drawing sessions, character design, cinematic storytelling, object animation, opportunity to work with editing, space, timing, cut-out and stop motion, interaction and 3D modelling programmes. It combines the creative and technical aspects of 2D and 3D animation with information about today’s animation industry.

Programme
3D ANIMATION WORLD will involve academic classes, practical group work, organisation visits, cultural and leisure activities.

The course aim is to increase students’ knowledge of the entire process of animation and visual narrative and improve the participant’ practical skills and techniques.

Programme (draft version)

Summer School «Robotics. Real-Life Applications of Intelligent Design»

Nowadays, world cannot be conceived without human and robot (artificial intelligence) frequent interaction. Almost every object or service in some way is connected with robotics and we are accustomed to robots so much that we do not even realize this fact anymore. The 21st century invention becomes our everyday life. Robots are nothing extraordinary – they take a big part in our lives. In fact, they are everywhere: at our home, workplace, school, shops, cafes and even in our pockets. And have you ever considered that robots are assigned for more complicated and responsible duties?

If you crave to understand robots, their potential and capacity and if you dare to build one of them your own – you are welcome to join «Robotics. Real-Life Applications of Intelligent Design»!

Programme

THE ROBO CAMP will involve academic classes, practical group work, organisation visits, cultural and leisure activities.

The course aim is to show students all the way from idea to real, tangible result with final outcome – functional robot.

Summer School «Cultural Aspects of Latvian Language»

The Summer School «Cultural Aspects of Latvian Language» designed as a comprehensive, interactive, secure and open platform for people with different cultural codes who will have a chance within 12 days to experience Latvian cultural space through the past-present-future perspective.

During intensive 12 days, under the guidance of experienced teachers and professionals, summer school participants, will go through such topics as Latvian history, politics, culture, folklore, art, literature and technology. To learn and understand Latvia as a unified culture, as well as to enjoy the nature of Latvia, there are four trips planned during those days.

Participants of the Summer School will intensively study the Latvian language and exploring the Latvian worldview in modern Latvia. They will conduct an in-depth study of the topic of interest in line with today's actualities and challenges, not only improving language skills, but also getting a greater understanding of contemporary culture, language conservation and language transformation issues.

Programme
The Summer School «Cultural Aspects of Latvian Language» will involve academic classes, practical group work, organisation visits, cultural and leisure activities.

The course aim is to improve Latvian language knowledge, to get to know Latvian culture and to experience the issues of culture, language and identity in the modern world.

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Summer School «Social innovation»

Nowadays, we are living in a rapidly changing world that faces unprecedented challenges and success stories, but along with all this positive burst that new generation evokes problems inevitably occur. Mankind now is osculating challenges in terms of inequality and diversity, economic viability and sustainability and the resilience of infrastructures and services. For solving them we need to come together – we need to discuss, brainstorm, depicture about the problem, because only then solution can be created.

RTU is inviting you to become a member of SOCIAL INNOVATION SUMMER SCHOOL so we all – students and lecturers – together can find solutions to modern world problems.

Programme

Students will participate in lectures and practical works on topics related to cultural changes, urban social ecosystems, sustainable entrepreneurship and social business.

The main aim of participant effort will be – focus attention on the ideas and solutions that create social value as well as the processes through which they are generated.

Summer School «Intensive English»

The English Language Intensive Summer School has been designed to develop participant’s English language knowledge, improve communication skills and grammatical accuracy of speech. The course is provided by native speakers and professional academic staff of Riga Technical University, Institute of Applied Linguistics.

International RTU environment is a perfect place to study the English Language. Staying abroad for three weeks will encourage participants to speak English as it might be the only language you will able to communicate with other students and locals.

RTU Intensive English Summer School is designed to keep the main focus on the active learning of the language allowing for rapid progress of communication skills.

Programme

Every morning participants will have English lessons (20 hours per week) with our experienced and qualified native English speaking lecturers. In the afternoon summer school students will participate in fun activities to practice their English socially. These include sports, cultural and entertainment activities.

Combined with sports, activity-packed afternoons and entertaining evenings, you are sure to pick up the language fast and make new friends in the process!

Summer School «Cultural Shock»

We are living in the century when the whole world can be recognized as one common space where we all should get along and care for each other and the planet. Thanks to modern technical progress, we can go to any place on the globe, just pick one you like more. Due to this fact we are able to meet different people, but are we ready for it? Are we ready to understand diverse cultures? Will we understand them?

Riga Technical University is offering wonderful opportunity to wide your inner boundaries and come to Latvia for Cultural Shock Summer School!

Participants are welcomed to the heart of the Baltic region – Latvia and its capital city Riga, the vibrant and modern European city. Students will be able to meet Latvian culture in person. But not only Latvian.

Programme
The summer school’s aim is to show participants how diverse our world is! The best way to perceive it is learning by sharing your own personal experience supplementing it with presence in an unusual environment.
The course is designed to enhance student’s knowledge about multiplicity of the Planet Earth and also to improve intercultural communication skills that will develop personal marketability.

Summer Schools 2018
Summer School «Robo CAMP»

Nowadays, world cannot be conceived without human and robot (artificial intelligence) frequent interaction. Almost every object or service in some way is connected with robotics and we are accustomed to robots so much that we do not even realize this fact anymore. The 21st century invention becomes our everyday life. Robots are nothing extraordinary – they take a big part in our lives. In fact, they are everywhere: at our home, workplace, school, shops, cafes and even in our pockets. And have you ever considered that robots are assigned for more complicated and responsible duties?

If you crave to understand robots, their potential and capacity and if you dare to build one of them your own – you are welcome to join RTU ROBO CAMP!

Programme
THE ROBO CAMP will involve academic classes, practical group work, organisation visits, cultural and leisure activities.

The course aim is to show students all the way from idea to real, tangible result with final outcome – functional robot.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Summer Schools 2017
Summer School «Nonlinear Life»
From 20 till 31 August 2017 RTU Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Nanotechnologies in cooperation with International Relations Department organized the summer school «Nonlinear Life».
 
Humans are surrounded by environment that supplies nonlinear phenomena (waves of the oceans, distribution of pollution, etc.). At the same time mankind is also developing processes and machines that are nonlinear (laser processing of materials, vibrations of aircrafts, etc.). The processes in live organisms are very nonlinear, as well (e.g. heart rhythm, blood circulation).
 
The experience resulted from the Nonlinear life school organized in 2017 demonstrates that the converging sciences approach is effective and was positively accepted both by the students and lectures supplied the lectures covering a wide range of converging topics – virtual and augmented reality in medicine and surgery, medical physics in oncology, the use of smart textiles in motion capture, new generation biomedical fibres and their production technologies, the use of artificial intelligence in medical physics research, chaos and orderliness, structural biology, nanotechnology and other topical engineering themes related to human health.
 
We would like to emphasize our capacity to attract quite international group of professors assembled from six local professors and five guest professors (three of them coming from Germany and two of them representing higher education institutions in Italy). Concerning to composition of group of participants, we hosted 17 students coming from nine countries (Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Russia and Latvia).
Professors

 Franco Milano, Prof. of Medical Physics (Italy)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – Can Big Data management, Complex System science and Artificial Intelligence open new opportunities in Medical Physics research?

After a general short review of modern techniques and methods in diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy some specific  examples of the use of non linear operators are reported. Then a possible future  scenario in Medical Physics activities is drawn taking into account the impact of Big Data management, Complex System science and Artificial Intelligence applications on training and profession of the Medical Physicists.

More about Prof. Franco Milano

Lucio Tommaso De Paolis, Prof. of Processing Systems (Italy)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine and Surgery

In medicine and surgery the VR/AR technologies make available new tools for the definition of the diagnosis by translating the information contained in medical images into a 3-dimensional virtual representation of the patient that is a realistic replica of living patient with the actual pathologies. This has allowed the development of a new form of medical education and the use of patient-specific surgical simulators permit to train and rehearse the surgical procedures without any risks for the patient.

New applications of the AR technology allow overlapping the 3D virtual models of the organs on the real patient during the intra-operative procedures in order to carry out the surgical tasks in a way that are both faster and safer. The use of augmented visualization in surgery has the potential to bring the advantages of the open-surgery visualization also in minimally invasive surgery.

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Michael Rosenblum, Prof. of Physics and Astronomy (Germany)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – Synchronization: a universal nonlinear phenomenon

Introduction to the theory of synchronization, which is the oldest scientifically described nonlinear phenomenon, will be delivered. The presentation will be illustrated by numerous examples of physical, engineering, and biological systems. Quantitative explanations will be followed by the basics of the mathematical theory. Finally, I will discuss possible application in physiology and medicine.

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Inga Lyashenko, Doc. of Textile Engineering (Latvia)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – New Generation of Biomedical Textile Fibers and Technologies of Their Production

The lecture A New Generation of Biomedical Textile Fibers and Technologies of Their Production will consist of two main parts.

The first part covers «High-tech» biomedical textile, fundamental types of fibers (including their properties), examines new four technologies of their production and several examples of their applications will be provided.

The second part of the lecture covers biotechnology in the production of textile fibers in biomedical engineering area. Thanks to the recent research results in biotechnology, several methods of manufacture of chemical fibers were developed, whose properties actually do not differ from the natural. This research will be presented. Application of biotextiles (included recycled materials for clothing) and ways of their scientific improvements will be presented.

More about Doc. Inga Lyashenko

Alexey Katashev, Prof. of Biomedical Engineering (Latvia)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – Smart textile and other technologies for motion capture and posture assessment

Workshop @ Nonlinear Life – Hand/limb locomotion capture by smart textile sensor. Hysteresis compensation methods

Methods, used to capture human shape and motion. Medical / industrial applications of motion capture. Smart textile sensors and their applications for motion capture.

More about Prof. Alexey Katashev

Alexander Schwock, Dr. of Electro Technique in Civil Engineering (Germany)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life – Plasma Technologies and an overview of their applications

Workshop @ Nonlinear Life – Cross-sectoral applications of plasma technologies for environment protection

The plasma technology lecture gives a short overview about plasma technologies and its industrial application. In a short exercise the students should develop and present a project idea of using plasma technologies for environmental application. After the analysis of the exercise some real application of plasma technologies for environmental application will be presented.

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Röbbe Wünschiers, Prof. of Biology (Germany)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life: Nonlinear Life from a biological point of view

Workshop @ Nonlinear Life: Designing Cells – Gene technology and more

The history of living organisms can be tracked for the past 3.2 billion years – due to its linearity. This led Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902) to formulate: «omnis cellula e cellula». In 2010, Craig Venter claimed to have created the first synthetic cell «whose parent is a computer», thus interrupting progeny. With current progress in synthetic biology more new-to-nature organisms can be expected or even become normality. I will present and intend to trigger thoughts about biotechnological hopes and societal fears connected to biologically nonlinear life.

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Dmitrijs Pikulins, Asoc. Prof. of Electronics and Telecommunications (Latvia)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life: Nonlinear Dynamics and chaos- mathematical abstraction or practically relevant phenomena?

The lecture covers the basics of nonlinear dynamics, including some specific features of chaotic modes of operation. The application of innovative approach – Method of Complete Bifurcation Groups – to the dynamics of widely used electronic systems is examined. The practical applicability and relevance of nonlinear methodologies to real life problems is discussed.

More about Prof. Dmitrijs Pikulins

Jekaterina Erenpreisa, Prof. of Biology (Latvia)

Lecture #1 @ Nonlinear Life: Challenging linear causality in biology: a clash between genetic dogma and self-organization - Where is a compromise?

Lecture #2 @ Nonlinear Life: Adaptation to stress as a key to evolution and cancer. Can we tame it?

«There is no a single example of linear causality in biology if we see beyond our short-sighted experiments». This understanding is heralding the Systems Biology of the 21st century. It is not easy to percept after Newton’s mechanics that the living systems adapt by exploration using both programmed and chaotic regulations for their fate change. How this is embedded in the genome and works in reality? What is cancer? Can we saddle it up? How to plan and carry out the experiments?

More about Prof. Jekaterina Erenpreisa

Indra Surkova, MSc. in Medical Physics (Latvia)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life: Medical Physics in oncology-practical point of view

Workshop @ Nonlinear Life: QA in radiotherapy - group brainstorming

Everyday work and responsibilities of medical physicist in radiotherapy department, modern radiotherapy techniques and the main challenges to improve the quality of treatment procedures, another perspective of 1 mm sizes regarding human health. Practical brainstorming – safety barriers in radiotherapy.

More about MSc. Indra Surkova

Yuri Dekhtyar, Prof. of Nanomedicine (Latvia)

Lecture @ Nonlinear Life: Is nanomedicine just a fad or is it a necessary approach to improving medical technologies?

Workshop @ Nonlinear Life: Nanomedicine progress – brainstorming

The nanomedicine approach has Hippocrates philosophical roots. Nanoobjects, their design and corresponding properties, as well applications for medicine are reviewed.

More about Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Summer School «Animation World»

For those, who are swept away by possibility to brighten up your drawn fantasies to life in 2D and 3D world, Riga Technical University offers the Summer Camp «Animation World»!

The Summer School is an introduction to the entire process of animation: drawing sessions, character design, cinematic storytelling, object animation, opportunity to work with editing, space, timing, cut-out and stop motion, interaction and 3D modelling programmes. It combines the creative and technical aspects of 2D and 3D animation with information about today’s animation industry.

Programme
Academic Objectives

  • Increase students’ knowledge of the entire process of animation and visual narrative.
  • Improve the students’ knowledge, practical skills and techniques in
  • Identify the basic principles of traditional animations and generate a short 2D animated film.
  • Create traditional and simple animation and then re-create it in 3D world.
  • Give and insight into modern trends of animation (world examples of animation).
Summer School «Woodcraft and Art Summer School»

Students from all over the world who are interested in wooden design are welcome to join the «Woodcraft and Art Summer School» taking place in Riga and Ligatne (Latvia) from 14–25 August 2017 organized by the Institute of Design Technologies of the Faculty of Material Science and Applied Chemistry and the International Relations Department of Riga Technical University that is at present is the largest university in Latvia and gathers nearly 15 000 students at nine faculties in various study programmes. It is an internationally recognized university complying with European standards.

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This summer school will provide you with knowledge in wood design, materials, technology, compounds and skills of wooden product manufacturing. You will also get a closer look at Latvia through introduction of traditional woodcraft objects closely linked to Latvian lifestyle and traditions. Participants’ accomplishments in the previous year was a proof that there are no limits to our creativity and that the joy of creating handmade things cannot be measured. This time for you will not only learn about the wooden design, you will also get to know people from all over the world and enjoy the beautiful nature of Latvia.

Summer School «Climate ChangED - contributing to reducing Climate Change with research and education»

June 26 – July 4, 2017/ Riga/Latvia

Institute of Energy Systems and Environment in cooperation with Foreign Students Department of Riga Technical University welcome students from all over the world interested in sustainable development, innovative climate technologies, bio-economy, renewable energy resources, production and consumption of energy and diffusion of innovation to participate at the International Summer School «Climate ChangED - contributing to reducing Climate Change with research and education».

Energy security, regional development, resilience of systems plays larger role in 21st century than ever before. Even more - sustainability and clean environment should be part of the systems; therefore, climate technologies are becoming more dominant solution. During the Summer School you will gain expertise on how to develop 100% renewable energy systems for better tomorrow.

Institute of Energy Systems and Environment (IESE) of RTU is the leading scientific institution in Latvia, which deals with environmental engineering studies. The IESE is working under close connection with industry, government and other research centres.

Summer School «Intensive English»

The English Language Intensive Summer School has been designed to develop participant’s English language knowledge, improve communication skills and grammatical accuracy of speech. The course is provided by native speakers and professional academic staff of Riga Technical University, Institute of Applied Linguistics.

International RTU environment is a perfect place to study the English Language. Staying abroad for three weeks will encourage participants to speak English as it might be the only language you will able to communicate with other students and locals.

RTU Intensive English Summer School is designed to keep the main focus on the active learning of the language allowing for rapid progress of communication skills.

Programme

Every morning participants will have English lessons (20 hours per week) with our experienced and qualified native English speaking lecturers. In the afternoon summer school students will participate in fun activities to practice their English socially. These include sports, cultural and entertainment activities.

Combined with sports, activity-packed afternoons and entertaining evenings, you are sure to pick up the language fast and make new friends in the process!

Summer School «The Big Reset on Neighbourhood Design. Islands in the Stream: Bridging Neighbourhoods»

Riga Technical University has gathered long experience in organizing Summer Schools for the students of Architecture and related fields. The first Summer School was held in 2003, and since that every year Riga Technical University has welcomed active and creative students from the country and abroad for brainstorming and creating ideas as well as for building items and modelling public activities with the aim to increase public interest in diverse usage of spaces and gathering experiences how to achieve this. Thematic challenges of the Summer Schools have moved from direct focus on problematic issues in Riga Historic Centre as the UNESCO World Heritage Site to more diverse urban studies in neighbourhoods of Riga and other towns all over Latvia. Participants of the Summer Schools have worked in divided town of Valka-Valga on the Latvian-Estonian border, former military base and campus in Liepāja on the Baltic coast and since 2012 has found the location in medieval town of Cēsis in Midland Latvia. Since that year important support in the organization of the Summer Schools was given by FOLD, interactive platform where among the founders and active participants are the alumni of the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning.

In 2014 Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning started participation in the series of Summer Schools The Big Reset on Neighbourhood Design initiated by Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. Within this initiative the followin

Summer Schools have been held in different cities with the following focuses on:
2014 – Amsterdam. Old Ambitions, New Conditions
2015 – Istanbul. Living Together
2016 – Porto. Between Social and Design Concept
This year it is Riga’s turn to host the Summer School with the focus on:
2017 – Riga. Islands in the Stream: Bridging Neighbourhoods

The Summer School is primarily addressing the schools – participants in the previous series of The Big Reset on Neighbourhood Design. At the same time Summer School is open to new participants – students of Architecture and Design, Urbanism, Landscape Architecture, Fine Arts, Social Sciences and other related fields – in order to promote creative and multi-disciplinary approach to the formation of urban environment to define identity of places and spaces and discuss and propose guidelines for their further development.

Summer Schools 2016

International Summer School «A Journey Beyond the Traditional Wooden Craft and Art» 

From 21 till 28 August 2016 RTU Institute of Design Technologies in cooperation with International Relations Department organized the summer school A Journey Beyond the Traditional Wooden Craft and Art.

Since ancient times wooden craft has been an inherent element of the Latvian lifestyle. In Latvia, woodwork has always been used to organize living environment, as work tools and an essential element of landscape design. Technologies that survived through centuries allowed creating the objects that fascinate the viewers for thousands years. These technologies can still be used to meet the needs of the contemporary society in terms of quality and quantity. Therefore, the aim of the summer school is to let participants learn about modern and ancient wood craft tools and use them to create unique design objects.

Students developed skills in working with wood processing work benches treating timber on the premises of the Institute of Design Technologies. As a result, students could design unique divisible articles. During a three-day field session in the Vienkoču Park in Ligatne students could develop skills in working with hand woodwork tools, processing wooden logs. As a result, wooden troughs and tableware were cut from logs. 

Summer Schools 2015

International Summer School «Ticket to the Future 2015» 

The summer school Ticket to the Future organized by RTU VASSI and International Relations Department took place from 17 till 28 August 2015. 22 students from 8 different countries – Germany, Italy, France, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, Nigeria, and Mexico – participated in the work of the school.

Students of the summer school addressed the topical issue of sustainable development, as well as such issues as energy security, regional development and climate technologies. The participants supplemented theoretical knowledge gained with practical experience. Students attended different enterprises and establishments in Latvia and discussed the role of the principles of sustainable development in the work of these enterprises with company representatives. In order to get a comprehensive picture of sustainable development principles and their application in Latvia, participants of the summer school visited such Latvian towns as Jurmala, Rezekne and Kraslava. Students could practically apply the knowledge gained drafting proposals for design of sustainable development strategy of the town of Kraslava.

Along with studies, students participated in various activities that let them learn about Latvia and its culture, enjoy Latvian nature, food and Latvian folk dancing.

Participant feedback:

  • We had a full timetable, but I liked it – everything was structured and exciting!
  • It is very inspiring to have young lecturers!
  • I am very happy that we could have a view of this beautiful country.
  • Thank you for organizing such an amazing event.
  • I would do it again!
Summer Schools 2014

International Summer School «BaSoTi 2014» 

From 21 July till 4 August 2014 RTU in cooperation with the University of Rostock (Germany) organized 10th international summer university Baltic Summer School Technical Informatics & Information Technology 2014, which united 35 student majoring in informatics, computer science and electrical engineering from 19 countries. The aim of the event was to prepare students for their studies at Master and Doctoral programs in computer science and information technologies in Germany.

International Summer School «Clothing Design and High Tech 2014» 

From 17 to 30 August 2014 the Institute of Technology and Design of Textile Materials of the Faculty of Material Science and Applied Chemistry in cooperation with International Relations Department organized international summer school Clothing Design and High Tech, which welcomed 24 students from 13 countries: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Sweden, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, the United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Syria.

Foreign and local students acquired traditional silk painting and batik printing techniques, created sketches of clothing collections, conducted experiments on integrating electronic elements into textiles and developed basic skills in working with a 3D anthropometric scanner, specialized software and smart textiles. The participants could reinforce their theoretical knowledge during practical group work. The students had the opportunity to go through all product design stages starting with sketch design and finishing with product manufacturing. The ideas developed in the working groups were presented at the exhibition. The invited field experts expressed their opinion about student ideas and opportunities to practically implement them.

In addition to their studies, participants went on trips outside Riga – to the towns of Jurmala and Valmiera, they also visited the Vienkoču Park in Ligatne, thus raising their awareness about Latvia. 

Summer School «3D Animation World»

For those, who are swept away by possibility to brighten up your drawn fantasies to life in 2D and 3D world, Riga Technical University offers the Summer Camp «Animation World»!

Summer School «Robotics. Real-Life Applications of Intelligent Design»

Nowadays, world cannot be conceived without human and robot (artificial intelligence) frequent interaction. Almost every object or service in some way is connected with robotics and we are accustomed to robots so much that we do not even realize this fact anymore. The 21st century invention becomes our everyday life. Robots are nothing extraordinary – they take a big part in our lives. In fact, they are everywhere: at our home, workplace, school, shops, cafes and even in our pockets. And have you ever considered that robots are assigned for more complicated and responsible duties?

Summer School «Smart Emerging Technology School «Iot For Smart Cities»»

It is no secret that IoT based solutions will improve the quality of life and many services to a new and unprecedented level by promoting new solutions, such as improving road traffic, human health, the environment, smart utility metering, logistics, intelligent manufacturing and automation.

Summer School «Riga – The Pearl Of Latvian Wooden Architecture»

Sustainability, ecology and energy efficiency are the words you hear these days more often. In the field of civil construction these three appellations can be included into one simple word – wood.

Summer School «Cultural Shock. Social, Business and Engineering Perspectives»

Thanks to modern technical progress, we can go to any place on the globe, just pick one you like more. Due to this fact we are able to meet different people, but are we ready for it? Are we ready to understand diverse cultures? Will we understand them? What can we learn from each other? How can we use this new gained knowledge and make our world a better place for all of us?

Summer School «Intensive English»

Break the language barriers and build the better world by participating in Intensive English Summer Camp!

Summer School «Baltic School of High-Energy Physics and Accelerator Technologies 2020»

The inaugural Baltic School of High-Energy Physics and Accelerator Technologies is organised by the CERN Baltic Group (CBG) - an international collaboration of eight institutions from the three Baltic states.

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