3 september - 17 september
online school for children and teenagers
Free to join!
International Project School is a two-week intensive course for children and teenagers. Students will work side by side with experts who will help them develop and present their own research or development projects.
Students can choose one of three areas of the projects:
The school program includes:
lectures and master classes,
guidance from working specialists,
informal communication,
The main working language of the school is English.
The work will take 2−3 hours a day.
Why should you apply?
If you are interested in electronics, robotics, programming, you will be able to engage in projects in the field of the Internet of things.

If you are a novice urbanist or environmentalist and care about the future of cities, you will be able to create infrastructure for the settlements of the future.

If you are willing to change the world of education, you will be able to share you view on the future of education.

If you are interested in researching or constructing, searching for and structuring information, and thinking about how people’s lives can be changed for the better, you are the one we are waiting for at our International Project School.
The school is designed for 13−18 years old participants.
If you join the school you will need
Computer with mouse and keyboard (or laptop). A phone or tablet is not enough.
Proficiency in English at the level of maintaining a conversation and text comprehension.
Introductory sessions with heads of the tracks.
Developing the projects, work with trackers.
Presentation of projects to experts.
Heads of the school
Head of the school
Polina Dyatlova
Igor Asonov
Head of "Technologies in education" section
One of the leading Russian specialists in the field of introducing innovative methods in education. DIY and robototechnic expert. Deputy Head of Higher education at Netology.
Aleksei Shekoldin
Head of "Internet of Things and Smart environment" section
Director of the ITMO.Kids Children's Technopark, founder of ITMO University's FabLab, one of the leaders of the maker movement in Russia, Product owner of Generation InvestFuture. Graduate of the Presidential Management Training Program. Researcher and lecturer in the field of control in complex systems, robotics. He has extensive experience in supervising and technical support of startups in the field of the Internet of Things.
Peter Fedin
Head of “Settlements of the Future” section
A methodologist, startup mentor and entrepreneur. Author of several online courses on project-based education, consultant and program director for several project acceleration programs for the youth: IT Solutions School (Russia), FoxHub (Latvia).
Ivan Khlamov
Head of the Department of Youth Policy, SPbPU.
Anastasiia Mashkova 
Integration policy department, Head.
National Research University
“Moscow Power Engineering Institute“.
Pavel Frolov
ROBBO Founder.
Sergey Salkutsan
Deputy Head for Education, Program Development and Management Office, SPbPU Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Center of the National Technology Initiative.

George Kvekveskiri

Director of the Center for Youth Project Activities, SPbPU.
Anna Rysina
Head of STEAM Center "GENESIS".
Artiom Nikolaev
WorldSkills Expert “Manufacturing team challenge”
CEO & Co-founder “Robot fight club Russia”.
Anna Titova
Community manager, Kruzhok Movement.
Internet of Things and Smart environment
With the help of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, it is possible to predict and remotely monitor the state of human health; fit people’s lives by surrounding them with smart devices; influence the level of environmental friendliness and efficiency of production and agriculture. At the school, we will study what global challenges the IoT industry faces, what difficulties it faces, where the development of science in this area leads. Participants will personally try themselves at IoT technologies and gain project work skills in groups, working on tasks that stand on the frontier of science.
Settlements of the future
In the future there will be two types of settlements: the smart cities and the autonomous rural settlements. Both will face the same challenges: how to adapt to climate change, how to manage their transportation, energy needs, water and waste. Both will be filled with advanced tech and smart buildings.

What will you choose to build?
AI-controlled public transportation or high-speed delivery drones?

Smart Grids of solar panels and wind turbines or microhydroelectic power plants?

Passive buildings augmented with IoT or smart farms with drip irrigation?

A green heat shield for the cities or aquifer management structures that collect water and protect from drought?

Take the cues from the present and start designing a better future for the people wherever they live.
Technologies in education
The world around us is changing, and therefore the education system has to be changed in order to keep up with the modern economy and help people fulfill themselves in our BANI-world. Nowadays education has to compete harder than before with other areas of life for human attention.

Let's come up with projects that will help make education more modern - the way we ourselves would like to see it (hypotheses: technological, individualized, empathic, collaborative, lifelong learning).