This year we organized the 2nd round of RoME summer school on Robotics Mission Engineering at Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil. The summer school received financial support from ACM Sigsoft and the SBC (Brazilian Computer Society), which received 60 motivated students from Brasília, Fortaleza, and Buenos Aires. Organized mainly by Prof. Genaína Rodrigues and Prof. Paulo Maia, the school had keynotes from Prof. Patrizio Pelliccione, Prof. Sebastian Uchitel, Prof. Claudio Menghi, and Prof. Marsha Chechik. On the several aspects of engineering robotics missions leveraging correctness-by-design and human aspects as a fundamental principle. I, gladly, helped with the organization of several sessions, especially hands-on on modeling behavior with behavior trees and self-adaptation in a healthcare system, the BSN. I've also presented my research and discussed field-based testing and runtime verification in robotics, and finally participated on a panel about several aspects of research to motivate students to pursue international experience, as I did. The school was a blast!! Special thanks to Prof. Genaína.