Master Of Advanced Studies in Interaction DesignScuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana (supsi)
Fr. 15.000 - (14.102 €)
- Trevano (Svizzera)
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The requirement for the acceptance to the Mas in interaction design program is a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field such as visual communication, industrial design, interior design and architecture, media and web design, communication sciences, computer sciences and engineering. equivalent studies and professional experiences may be evaluated on portfolio basis.
Alvise Mattozzi is a semiotician whose main research focus concerns the semiotics of objects and the semiotics of design. Interested in developing a semiotics as a methodology for social sciences, he fosters the dialogue between semiotics and social sciences and, in particular, the dialogue between semiotics and Science and Technology Studies.
Andreas Gysin studied micro technology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne and Visual communication at SUPSI, the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, where he graduated as designer in 2000. He is teaching on interaction design since 2004 in both Universities of Lausanne and Lugano focusing on interactivity and programming.
Bill Keays holds a Master of Science in Media Arts and Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), USA, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts Summa Cum Laude and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He is an interactive media artist whose work attempts to dissolve the boundary between real and virtual realms. His installations accomplish this by presenting innovative body-centric interfaces that share a high affinity with conceptual basis of the work.
Focused on the functional and emotional impact of technologies in our everyday lives, David is an interaction designer engaged in creating meaningful connections between people, information and sociable spaces. David is particularly interested in topics related to social sustainability, participatory cultures, mapping methods and information architecture. David is a distinguished graduate of Domus Academy / Interaction Design Institute and he holds an undergraduate degree in Media & Communication Studies.
Designer, he graduated in Industrial Design at the Politecnico di Milano, since 2001 working with LucePlan on the development of new projects, his work has received an honorable mention at the Compasso D’Oro 2004, and four Design Plus awards in 2002, 2006, 2008, and 2011. Co-founder in 2006 of the new technical lighting company called “Elementi di LucePlan”, artdirector and technical coordinator.
The Master in interaction design consists of four modules over a period of two semesters and requires full-time attendance.
The program begins with an introductory module structured around practical workshops that hone the technical, methodological and practical skills of the interaction design discipline.
The following modules are project based. these modules present complementary design topics that the student has to select according to her/his interests. the complementary design topics of Module 2 are dedicated to the design and the development of advanced artifacts and networks. the complementary design topics of Module 3 are dedicated to the design and the development of advanced environments and services. Both modules are provided with common courses and seminars on theoretical, methodological and technical issues.
The fourth and final module is dedicated to the development of the thesis project.
Each module awards 15 ects. students can apply for just one module as a certificate of advanced studies (cas) course.
Two full time semesters (60 ECTS).