Computer Networking

The Internet provides global connectivity for applications and end-users. This course aims to convey an understanding of, on the one hand, how common distributed applications such as the world-wide web use the network (the Internet), and, on the other hand, how the network is designed and how it provides its services to applications.

On-Campus Teaching to Resume!

On April 16, USI’s Management Committee decided to increase the number of courses on campus and in attendance starting April 26. Schedule and teaching modes The course schedule has been updated and classrooms allocated to those courses that will be held in...

Software Atelier 2: Human Computer Interaction

Software Atelier 2: Human Computer Interaction Goal of the course is to provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge of human-centered design of interfaces for computing systems. The course starts with an introduction to ethics that investigates the many...

Spring Semester AY20/21 has started!

Spring semester has started, and the team is busy teaching various classes: Silvia is teaching Computer Networking (BSc) (with Matìas as a TA) and Software Atelier 2: Human-Computer Interaction (BSc) Marc is teaching Information Security (MSc) Due to current COVID-19...

Covid-19 Precautions, Spring Semester

The COVID-19 situation remains uncertain and changing. USI is constantly following and adapting to the recommendations and indications of the federal and cantonal authorities and the coordinating body of the Swiss universities, swissuniversities.  Teaching activities...

Fintech Seminar

The seminar featured speakers from a range of backgrounds (practitioners and researchers, entrepreneurs and representatives from large financial institutions) offering insights into the current trends and topics in Fintech. Students used a set of references as a starting point for an in-depth term paper on a topic covered by a speaker, and completed the report with additional information from the speaker’s presentation.

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