Akademia Innowacyjnych Zastosowań Technologii Cyfrowych - Project - Bridge of Knowledge


Akademia Innowacyjnych Zastosowań Technologii Cyfrowych

The AITECH will educate new generation of specialists in domains of artificial intelligence and machine learning, being the key topic influencing development of digital societies and novel industries. Students will be learning the current trends and state of the art in two specialisations, will propose and conduct research and development project, will be tutored and mentored by the most renowned specialists. The project will: 1. initiate the Project Board, supervising all endeavours and realisation of the project. 2. define guidelines for the specialisations at MSc level, reflecting actual needs of key industries and employers. 3. preparation of study materials, study programs and courses, starting new specialisations, organizing and conducting the education. Project financial support will cover: preparation of materials, conducting the education, participation in study visits, intern programs, international conferences for all students of AITECH, conducting research projects. The project goals require enrolling at least 100 students in total (for 2 cycles of 2 specialisations), and at least 64 persons should complete the whole programs of MSc course. The diploma is not required.
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Project's acronym:
Financial Program Name:
Program Operacyjny Polska Cyfrowa
Centrum Projektów Polska Cyfrowa
POPC.03.02.00-00-0001/20-00 z dnia 2021-01-19
Realisation period:
2021-01-19 - 2023-12-31
Research team leader:
dr hab. inż. Piotr Szczuko
Realised in:
Registrar's Office of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics
External institutions
participating in project:
  • Ministerstwo Cyfryzacji (Poland)
  • Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza (Poland)
  • Politechnika Poznańska (Poland)
  • Uniwersytet Warszawski (Poland)
  • Politechnika Wrocławska (Poland)
Project's value:
51 521 859.00 PLN
Request type:
Fundusz Strukturalny
Domestic project
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