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Innopolis University - From Zero to Hero: Ten Years of Challenges and Victories

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This open access book describes the development of Innopolis, a young Russian university established in 2012 to focus on teaching excellence in computer science, engineering, and robotics. It reports on the problems that were faced in the first decade of its development, and the adopted solutions. It shows how the key aspects for the development of the faculty, the curricula, the university structure, and the challenge of internationalization have been successfully addressed by the university management and professors, and how the solutions are scalable for other newly founded research organizations.



The book is divided in five parts: “The Beginning” describes the very early days in general, from the foundation and start-up of the university with the related processes. “The People” reports on the initial hiring of the faculty members, the selection of students, and the curriculum development. “The Activities” provide information about the creation of the single research institutions and labs, and their relation to industry. “The Future” gives an outlook on the planned internationalization and faculty strategy. Eventually, “A Visual Journey” shows a selection of photographs illustrating highlights of the whole process and the current achievements.


The processes and the components described built the basis for the development of Innopolis, and many of them still have a big impact on its present and its future. The fewer mistakes are made at the beginning, the higher the probability to fully achieve the initial goals.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030985981
ISBN-10: 3030985989
Ilustrații: XXIV, 97 p. 34 illus., 33 illus. in color.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.19 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2022
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Part I: The Beginning.- 1. The Arcadia of Innopolis.- 2. Early Days and Further Development.- Part II: The People.- 3. Hiring and Developing an International Faculty.- 4. Curricula and Language of Instruction.- 5. Attracting the Best Students.- 6. The Research Environment and Our Values.- Part III: The Activities.- 7. Faculty, Institutes, and Labs.- 8. Cooperation with Industry.- Part IV: The Future.- 9. Internationalization of the University.- 10. Online and Blended Education: After COVID-19.- 11. Faculty Strategy for the Future.- 12. Conclusion.- Part V: A Visual Journey.- 13. Photobook.

Notă biografică

Manuel Mazzara is the Director of the Institute of Software Development and Engineering and the Head of the International Cooperation Office at Innopolis University, Russia. His research interests include software engineering, service-oriented architecture and programming, concurrency theory, formal methods, and software verification. He cooperated with European and US industry, plus governmental and inter-governmental organizations such as the United Nations, always at the edge between science and software production.

Giancarlo Succi is currently Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Innopolis University, Russia. His research interests are in empirical software engineering, open source, mobile and energy aware systems, software reuse, and software product lines. He has taught a variety of academic and industrial courses throughout his career in software engineering, programming languages, and mobile, distributed, and centralized operating systems. He has organized various international conferences and other scientific and educational events.


Alexander Tormasov is the Rector of Innopolis University, Russia; Chairman of the Theoretical and Applied Computer Science Chair, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia; Dr. sci (habil.) in physics and mathematics, Full Professor. His research interests are virtualization of operating systems including new approaches, security in distributed networks, cloud systems and other computer science topics. He authored 174+ US patents in different areas of virtualization, operating systems, security and computer science applications.  


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This open access book describes the development of Innopolis, a young Russian university established in 2012 to focus on teaching excellence in computer science, engineering, and robotics. It reports on the problems that were faced in the first decade of its development, and the adopted solutions. It shows how the key aspects for the development of the faculty, the curricula, the university structure, and the challenge of internationalization have been successfully addressed by the university management and professors, and how the solutions are scalable for other newly founded research organizations.

The book is divided in five parts: “The Beginning” describes the very early days in general, from the foundation and start-up of the university with the related processes. “The People” reports on the initial hiring of the faculty members, the selection of students, and the curriculum development. “The Activities” provide information about the creation of the single research institutions and labs, and their relation to industry. “The Future” gives an outlook on the planned internationalization and faculty strategy. Eventually, “A Visual Journey” shows a selection of photographs illustrating highlights of the whole process and the current achievements.

The processes and the components described built the basis for the development of Innopolis, and many of them still have a big impact on its present and its future. The fewer mistakes are made at the beginning, the higher the probability to fully achieve the initial goals.


Caracteristici

Describes development of Innopolis, a Russian U established in 2012 to focus on computer science and engineering
Shows how key aspects for developing the faculty, curricula, structure, and internationalization were addressed
Highlights scalable solutions applicable to other newly founded research organizations