Schedule at a glance (Lithuania time)
The first 3 days (6-8 July) will be fully online. The last 4 days (11 - 14 July) will be hybrid; lectures and lab sessions will be held at the University of Vilnius, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, and streamed online for remote participants.
During the hybrid part, depending on speakers' availability, some lectures will be delivered online, some in person in Vilnius. All sessions will be live-streamed online for remote participants. Poster sessions will be held online in the first part of the school.
Virtual platform: The school will be structured as a private video live stream, similar to a podcast. All content will be available only to participants during the school.
Lectures: We will use a live Youtube channel and a text-based platform for questions and discussions (slack, sli.do). Remote participants can interact (ask questions or upvote existing questions) through the text-based platform.
Poster sessions: Short pre-recorded video presentations of the posters created by participants will be available to all the participants at the school. Feedback for the posters will be given by text or through an interactive platform (e.g. gather town).
Tutorial sessions: We will use the same setting as for lectures. Participants receive a starting code. The speakers explain the exercises and the coding tasks on the Youtube channel. Participants can send questions through the text platform.
Paper reading sessions: We will choose a number of seminal papers and these will be discussed during interactive sessions.
Industry keynotes: Format similar to lectures.
Virtual booths: Companies receive a designated space on the virtual platform to post a recorded video to describe their company. They can post job ads, etc.
More details about mentorship sessions, team-project sessions, socialising activities, and other types of sessions will be available soon.