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Software Atelier 5: Field Project

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

The goal of the Field Project Atelier is for the students to obtain hands-on experience with real world problems.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Since 2014 the Faculty of Informatics collaborated in this context with 35 companies offering field projects to 162 students. This year we have 10 companies on board. The Field Project Atelier consists of an experience in collaboration with a company and can be done individually or as a group, depending on the given context.

 

LEARNING METHODS

The Field Project Atelier will take place from 24 September to 17 December, 2021, at the company during Thursdays and Fridays the whole day.

Important dates to be scheduled are as follows:

  • 23 September: Kick-off meeting at USI
  • 24 September: Beginning of the field project at the company
  • 27 October: Update meeting students-professor at USI
  • 1 December : Update meeting students-professor at USI
  • 17 December: Closing session at USI

 

EXAMINATION INFORMATION
Pass/Fail Criteria based on the experience and the company feedback

 

PREREQUISITES

  • Algorithms & Data Structures
  • Calculus
  • Computer Architecture
  • Discrete Structures
  • Linear Algebra
  • Programming Fundamentals 1
  • Programming Fundamentals 2
  • Reason and Responsibility in Decision Making
  • Software Atelier 1: Fundamentals of Informatics
  • Software Atelier 2: Human-Computer Interaction
  • Software Atelier 3: The Web

 

LIST OF COMPANIES (2021/22)

  • Assetmax AG
  • Banana.ch SA
  • Brightside Capital
  • CodeLounge
  • DAC System
  • Duferco Group
  • EOC - Ente Ospedaliero Cantonale / Area ICT
  • Ex Machina Sagl
  • HEGIAS AG
  • Zucchetti Switzerland SA

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Informazioni aggiuntive

Semestre
Autunnale
Anno accademico
2021-2022
ECTS
9
Lingua
Inglese
Offerta formativa
Bachelor of Science in Informatics, Foundation course, 3° anno