Research group

Mobile Robot Algorithms Laboratory

Kotlin for Android applications offline course 2018

October 1, 2018 — April 8, 2019

About offline course

Kotlin for Android applications offline course for high school students will be held by JetBrains Research during 18/19 academic year!

During the course classes participants will develop understanding of Kotlin programming language and Android development best practices. Also students will take part in real mobile app development within small teams (3-4 students) with supervision of skilled teachers.

Participants will study following topics:

  • best practices of industrial software engineering,
  • Android Studio and IntellijiIdea fine tuning,
  • Kotlin programming language syntax and OOP,
  • Android architectchure,
  • Android UI elements,
  • Android app testing,
  • debug and profiling on real and virtual Android devices.

Apps from previous related events:


Participants requirements:
- 10-11 grade,
- basic programming skill,
- interest in IT.

Classes will be held in Business center Taims (Kantemirovskaya st. 2, Saint-Petersburg) at 17-30 MSK starting from October.

You will need a laptop for paticipation.

Course participation is free of charge. Among the applicants will be a competitive selection based on the form applications.

To apply for participation you have to fill the form by link

before 27.09 23:59.

Number of participants is limited!

Contact person - Mark Zaslavskiy (mark.zaslavskiy at gmail dot com)

Course results

Developed projects:

Participants (RUS):

  • Креславский Кирилл (лицей 533)
  • Лазуткин Александр (лицей 533)
  • Антонов Кирилл (лицей 533)
  • Титов Тимофей (ПФМЛ 239)
  • Туркин Игорь (ПФМЛ 239)
  • Коротченко Денис (ПФМЛ 239)
  • Бородин Евгений (ПФМЛ 239)
  • Головенко Владислав (Новодевяткинская СОШ №1)
  • Задорожный Виктор (лицей 470)
  • Мацканюк Евгения (лицей 533)
  • Сорокин Виталий (лицей 533)
  • Тобиас Николай (ФМЛ 30)


  • Vladimir Androsov, SPBETU "LETI" (teacher);
  • Maksim Hvostov, SPB SUT(assistant);
  • Mark Zaslavskiy, JetBrains Research (teacher).