Open lesson of computer science in school 35 on "Prospects and tendencies of development of modern information technologies”
Earlier this year, the Department of Computer Information Technologies, assisted by the staff of School 35, prepared and held an open computer lesson on "Perspectives and tendencies of development of modern information technologies" in the graduating classes.
According to the latest statistics on the labor market, in our country in Ukraine there are approximately 300 thousand employees of the IT industry. This indicates the intensive development of modern information technology in the world. Therefore, presenters and visual materials were presented to the graduates of the leading schools in Kramatorsk, demonstrating the prospects for the development of the IT industry, as well as the position of the Computer and Information Technology Department DSEA there.
During the open session, the department members introduced the students to such areas of IT industry as:
- modern industrial smart manufacturing, application of models for management of complex processes and experience of advanced firms on the example of SIEMENS;
- Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects with technologies to interact with one another;
- the place of information technology in the 4th industrial revolution;
- the use of virtual and augmented reality in medicine on the example of departmental developments;
- achievements of students of the of Computer and Information Technology department in training and international projects: demonstration of scientific developments, results of participation in competitions and competitions, etc.
An important place during the open lesson was the introduction of students to the educational and scientific development of the department in the framework of participation in the Erasmus + "BIOART" project. Students were introduced to modern biomedical nanotechnologies for the diagnosis and treatment of serious diseases. The technologies of obtaining nanomaterials, their advantages over conventional materials and the possibilities of using them to create prostheses and implants for the recovery of lost body parts were also considered.
The staff of the Computer and Information Technology department DSEA would like to express their sincere gratitude to the pedagogical staff and the leadership of the School 35 for their support and support in conducting open lessons.