Digital sustainability is the means by which digitalisation, as a key part of the fourth industrial revolution, can deliver on the global sustainability goals. Participants will learn about circular economy, sustainable development and how to integrate sustainability in the organisation.
An intensive 3-week programme of lectures, labs and project work to acquire technical skills and soft skills. Tutoring and teamwork are essential parts.
You will never be alone - it is a community learning journey!
We combine the best of the physical and the digital world: the full programme is available online with live sessions or in person (at Marzotto Venture Accelerator, Via Salandra 13, Rome). Attendance is totally flexible. You can choose!
In order to secure your place in the bootcamp, please follow these instructions:
1. Fill in the following Bootcamp Application Form
2. After filling in this form, you will receive an email with the step-by-step Payment Guidance
3. Upon payment confirmation, you will receive the Enrolment Pack
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> Make objects sense the environment: intro to sensor principles, transducers, digital sensors
> Computing with physical objects: embedded device architecture and programming
> Make objects communicate: protocols for data exchange and data communication models
> Blockchain: distributed ledger, smart contracts, DApps
> Read and evaluate the data: descriptive stats, data dependencies and visualisation
> Understand data and make predictions: (un)supervised classifications, classifiers and regressors
> Making decisions based on data: neural networks, reinforcement and transfer learning
> Cloud services for IoT and AI: cloud systems, IoT-AI closed loop
> Sustainability challenges and Integrating Sustainability into the Organization
> Hackathon – the teams work to find solutions to the industry case-studies
All courses, labs, tutoring sessions, hackathon and group project work with tutors. Access to Cisco NetAcad selected courses and Cisco Packet Tracer simulation tool. A Rasberry Pi 3b will be sent to all participants. Cisco Academy Certificate at the end of the course. Networking opportunities with industry partners.
Undergraduate and graduate students (over 18 years of age), newly graduates and early-stage practitioners in engineering or computer science.
> Courses are taught entirely in English. No language certificate is required, but we recommend an equivalent B2 level or higher.
> Participants must have basic computing skills and familiarity with any kind of programming language.