Caucasus University and Scientific Cyber Security Association (“SCSA” ) have won the grant competition offered by “Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia”.
In the frame of the project the school children will study cyber security and programming.
The students will be the pupils of 10-12 grade. The students together with their mentors will be involved into the research project and will make the publication, that will be published in Scientific and Practical Cyber Security Journal (SPCSJ).
All the students will get the certificate from Caucasus University and Scientific Cyber Security Association.
In the frame of project the cyber security study platform will be created, where students will be able to communicate and to study.
The head of the project is the head of cyber security direction at Caucasus University and the president of SCSA, professor Maksim Iavich.
The coordinator of the project is the lecturer at Caucasus University, SCSA project manager, cyber security expert Giorgi Iashvili.
The project is financed by “Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation of Georgia”.
The project will be free for the participants.