ATTENTION! THE COMPETITION EXTENDED UNTIL FEBRUARY 2 This mobility program is implemented within the Norwegian-Ukrainian project “Educational Cooperation of the Norwegian University of Natural and Technical Sciences and KPI. Igor Sikorsky in the field of Industry 4.0 “, which aims to create an attractive education program” Sustainable Production “by exchanging knowledge between the Norwegian University of Natural and Technical Sciences (NTNU) and KPI. Igor Sikorsky. The program includes participation in a workshop, which will be held on one of the campuses of NTNU in Gjøvik, and will be dedicated to the theme of Industry 4.0 (Fourth Industrial Revolution). The estimated duration of the workshop is one week, the approximate time of the workshop is spring 2022 (exact dates will be announced later). Travel and accommodation costs will be covered by the project. During the workshop you will be able to: • gain experience of working together on practical tasks in an international team; • get acquainted with leading Norwegian specialists in the field of sustainable production; • learn about the basics and current trends of Industry 4.0; • to get acquainted with the principles of operation of the most modern production equipment; • improve their English communication skills in a professional environment. You can take part in the competition if: • you are studying for a master’s degree at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering or the Faculty of Management and Marketing of KPI. Igor Sikorsky; • your research interests are related to the topic of Industry 4.0 or you want to deepen your knowledge in this topic; • you speak English at a high level (at least B1); • you have completed a full course of COVID-19 vaccination or plan to do so in the near future. To take part in the competition: 1. write an essay in English on “My vision of Industry 4.0” (maximum 500 words); 2. Fill out the online application form at, add your essay in PDF format and submit. Deadline for applications: February 1, 2022 (until 23:59) For consultations, please call 204-80-19 on weekdays from 9:30 to 17:30 (Anastasia)