The international project GGULIVRR-2020 recently took place in an online form. It brought together about half a hundred students and teachers from different European countries.
Ukraine was represented by software engineering students majoring – Mariia Kuryshchuk and Roman Dorosh, team leader – Head of the Department of Information Technology, Associate Professor Mykola Kozlenko.
This project aims to bring together students from different cultures and different educational backgrounds, as well as to combine scientific, practical and team work of designers, programmers, marketers and economists.
The topic of the project for this year was “Green City”. The main task was to create an original idea to preserve and improve the environmental situation in the city and find new technological solutions for its implementation.
Within the scope of this international project, student teams had to develop and present software models, analyze the market of similar products and create a business plan. It should be noted that each team had only one representative of each country. Students presented such products as: mobile applications, web services, and games.
This year the projects were evaluated by two independent juries. The international team “G2-Ecovatar”, which included Roman Dorosh, took third place.
This project provides an opportunity to gain experience of teamwork, interaction with new people, representatives of other countries, public presentation of the product and marketing strategy development.