Lecturers of the Faculty of Sociology and Law of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute became participants in the Jean Monnet Module of the European Union, integrated into the Erasmus+ educational programme.
Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute lecturers managed to score 86 out of 100 required points and receive EU funding for the project implementation “European Integration: Legislation and the Internet of Things” at Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.
For three years, a working group of three teachers of the FSL (FSP) will study the use of European legal experience in implementing IoT technologies. ‘The project provides for developing and implementing of a training course for law students on mastering the legal issues of implementing the Internet of Things based on European experience’, said Olga Golovko, a lecturer at the Department of Public Law.
The central themes of the course will be specific issues of legal support of cybersecurity of the Internet of Things in critical information infrastructure, personal data protection and personnel identification used in the Internet of Things, robots and artificial intelligence, cloud computing and blockchain technologies.
‘As part of the program, we are planning a number of thematic scientific events, during which students and research and teaching staff will be able to present their work in this area and publish their research papers’, the project participants say.
The working group will also attempt to reform Ukrainian legislation in the field of the Internet of Things according to the European standards.
The working group included Candidate of Juridical Sciences (Ph.D.), Senior lecturer of the Department of Public Law Olga Golovko, Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Information and Intellectual Property Law Alexandr Baranov, Candidate of Juridical Sciences (Ph.D.), Senior lecturer of the Department of Information and Intellectual Property Law Mariia Dubniak.
A Jean Monnet Module is a short teaching programme (or course) in the field of European Union studies at a higher education institution. The aim of the modules is to promote research and teaching experience among young researchers, scholars and practitioners in EU issues, foster the publication and dissemination of academic research, create interest and awareness of society about European integration processes. The program is named after Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the European Union, the first president of the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community.