Since 2007 the Indo-Italian Workshops and Summer Schools were the privileged places to promote the activities of the IIAMIS project.
The Indo-Italian Workshops started in 2002 in Hyderabad, jointly organized by the University of Udine and the B.M. Birla Science Centre, and supported by the Embassy of Italy to India in New Delhi. The Scientific Attaché of the Embassy, Leonardo Gastaldi, and his successor Lidia Szpyrkowicz have played a key role in making this a very successful series of events. Speakers have included academicians, researchers, as well as prominent software entrepreneurs, and important beaurocrates.
Inaugurated in Hyderabad in 2003, the Indo-Italian Summer Schools in Informatics were targeted for junior researcher and graduate students and covered topics in Formal Methods, Global Computing, Virtual Reality Modeling Languages and Web Technologies. The faculty included professors form Udine University, the B.M. Birla Science Centre, as well as the students involved in the PhD Programme. The participants were, apart from junior researchers, senior students of BTech under the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University and the Osmania University.