The 1st testing campaign will take place at CERN 16 - 27 February 2015.
Technical meeting to prepare for the 2015 testing campaign will take place at CERN 5 - 6 November 2014.
EDUSAFE Midterm Review and Technical Meeting will take place at CERN 16 - 20 June 2014.
EDUSAFE Spring School will take place at CERN 3 - 7 March 2014.
EDUSAFE Kick-Off Week will take place at CERN 28 October - 1 November 2013.
EDUSAFE Technical meeting in Italy will take place in Tuscania, Italy 5-8 June 2013.
EDUSAFE's kick-off meeting will be organized at CERN on Monday 17th of September, 2012.The goal of the meeting is to outline the scientific scope of the project and give a short overview of the administrative procedures.
The 1st Supervisory Board will be held as part of the kick-off meeting.
EDUSAFE is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network and aims at career development of young researchers in the field of advanced VR/AR Safety Systems for Maintenance in Extreme Environments. The EDUSAFE training program offers vast and diverse set of training opportunities for the Early Stage Researchers and Experienced Researchers recruited in the project.
Each researcher is assigned an individual research project and all of the research projects assigned to an Early Stage Researcher, are designed to equal PhD projects. The researchers are also encouraged to complete phases of their work in an industrial setting as secondments at partner institutions. The EDUSAFE Consortium consists of both academic and industrial partners of excellence that provide training for the researchers in their areas of expertise.
The EDUSAFE training program consists of scientific training and complementary skills training that take place both in the form of courses and lectures at the host institution as well as network wide training events arranged within EDUSAFE consortium.
The scientific training exposes researchers to a wide range of specialized disciplines, such as algorithm design, radiation imaging, software, AR/VR state-of-the-art technologies and methods, patterns recognition and processing, to mention but a few. The technical training follows closely the activities in the interconnected research WPs. The goal is to provide the researchers with skills to work in an interdisciplinary work environment. In order to test their newly gained knowledge and their research results, the fellows have access to live extreme environment. This will help them understand the difficulties and opportunities in transferring research into tangible products and solutions.
The complementary skills training concentrates on providing knowledge in areas such as project management, entrepreneurship, languages, commercializing scientific results and Intellectual Property Rights. These skills are of growing importance in today's labor market and in order to ensure a successful career in research, the young researchers need to have a great set of soft skills in addition to the technical knowledge in their respective fields.