R&D Workshop

The principal objective is to apply the knowledge and skills that the students acquired in their classes by elaborating solutions for real-life practical problems presented by various clients.

  • Each project is guided by a supervisor from the assigned client. The students discuss design choices and the problems encountered with the supervisor and periodically report the advancement of the work.
  • The project administration is done by the workshop coordination at UniNE to facilitate the clients’ task.
  • The students must deliver a fully documented solution (implementation, experiment, analysis, …) to the client.
  • The students discuss design choices and the problems encountered with the supervisor and periodically report the advancement of the work.
  • The presentations and discussions of the advancement of the project in class are an integral part of the course.
  • The projects are done individually or in small teams.
  • Each student can expect to work around 300 hours on the project during the semester.
  • As part of the R&D Workshop, the UniNE Technology Transfer Office will organize a workshop on entrepreneurship:
    • preparing your project ideas for business (confidentiality, intellectual property rights, open source)
    • shaping your business idea by developing and presenting a business plan

More information can be found at http://vcentaure10.unine.ch/locomotive/rdworkshop/preview.

Details

Code 02810
Type Seminar
ECTS 10
Site Neuchâtel
Track(s) T0 – General
Semester S2020

Teaching

Learning Outcomes

The principal objective is to apply the knowledge and skills that the students acquired in their classes by elaborating solutions for real-life practical problems presented by various clients.

Lecturer(s) Jacques Savoy
Peter Kropf
Language english
Course Page

The course page in ILIAS can be found at .

Schedules and Rooms

Period Weekly
Schedule Tuesday, 14:15 - 18:00
Location UniNE, Unimail
Room B104

Evaluation

Evaluation type continuous evaluation

Additional information

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First Lecture
The first lecture will be announced later.