Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design - SUPSI

Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design

Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design - SUPSI
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Tipologia Master
Luogo Trevano (Svizzera)
Durata 40 Settimane
Inizio 14/09/2020
  • Master
  • Trevano (Svizzera)
  • Durata:
    40 Settimane
  • Inizio:
    14/09/2020
Descrizione

Il Laboratorio di Cultura Visiva SUPSI presenta agli utenti di Emagister.it la nuova edizione del Master of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design, rivolto a studenti e professionisti che operano nell’ambito dell’interaction design, service design e ICT.

Il Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Interaction Design, con una durata di 40 settimane, è un corso di studi che unisce design, nuovi media e sistemi intelligenti in un profilo unico, per realizzare progetti che generano innovazione attraverso il design, dove cultura progettuale e sviluppo tecnologico combinano visione e realtà.

Il programma di studio, disponibile in fondo alla pagina, unisce queste differenti competenze in un curriculum originale, dove l’interaction design è l’elemento chiave per la concezione e la creazione di artefatti, ambienti e servizi tecnologicamente avanzati.

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Trevano (Svizzera)
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Via Trevano, 6952

Inizio

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Da tener presente

· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?

Il percorso formativo offre agli studenti l’opportunità di acquisire conoscenze e competenze specialistiche, metodi per l’analisi e la soluzione di problemi progettuali e la possibilità di realizzare prototipi funzionanti che qualificano lo studente a intraprendere carriere professionali in studi, aziende e centri di ricerca dove il design si fonde con l’innovazione tecnologica. Obiettivo del MAS è creare professionisti capaci di lavorare in team e di operare in contesti multidisciplinari, di livello internazionale, in settori innovativi della progettazione e dell’industria.

· A chi è diretto?

Studenti e professionisti che operano nell’ambito dell’interaction design, service design e ICT; dell’industrial design, ingegnerizzazione del prodotto; dell’information architecture, information visualization, web design, user interface e usability; del design dell’allestimento, domotica e ambient experience.

· Requisiti

Per accedere al MAS occorre avere una laurea triennale (bachelor) in industrial design, in comunicazione visiva, in architettura d’interni o architettura, in scienze della comunicazione, in informatica, in ingegneria o un’esperienza professionale negli ambiti affrontati dal corso.

· Titolo

Master of Advanced Studies (60 ECTS)

· Il Master in che lingua si tiene?

INGLESE

· Chi sono gli insegnanti?

Professionisti, ricercatori ed esperti della disciplina dell’interaction design, fra i quali: Massimo Banzi, Giorgio Baresi, Enrico Bassi, Laura Bordin, Dario Buzzini, Ubi De Feo, Antonio De Pasquale, Fabio Franchino, Andreas Gysin, Bill Keays, Giorgio Olivero, Innocenzo Rifino, Lorenzo Romagnoli, Diego Rossi, Siegfried Alberton.

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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Design
Project Development
Business process management
Project management
Artifacts
Innovation
Interface design
Ux design
User Experience Design
Web design
Human Centred Design
Digital fabrication
Design Thinking
Computational design
Design management
Industrial design
Archittetura
Interaction Design
User interface
Service Design

Professori

Andreas Gysin
Andreas Gysin
Professor

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
Bill Keays
Professor

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.

Fabio Sergio
Fabio Sergio
Professor

Fabio Sergio is the Creative Director in the frog Milan studio, bringing over a decade of hands-on experience in wrapping business scenarios around people’s needs, desires and dreams. As a design and user experience strategist, he is happiest where design, technology and (social) connectivity intersect. He believes that questions are often longerlasting than answers, and that empathy and curiosity are essential ingredients to create innovative and meaningful solutions that foster change.

Massimo Banzi
Massimo Banzi
Professor

Interaction Designer, co-founder of Arduino, Maker, Teacher. In previous lives I was a software architect and the CTO of a VC Fund.

Ubi de Feo
Ubi de Feo
Hybrid Designer / Future Tailor

With a past in interaction design and user experience I became fascinated with how humans use and discover the world. My curiosity and analytical approach to our surroundings led me to find new ways we can understand and learn technology. My current efforts into teaching programming and electronics are an incarnation of this.

Programma

The MAS program covers two semesters and it is structured in four modules scheduling several courses. Each module awards a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) worth 15 ECTS, for a total amount of 60 ECTS. Students can also apply for one module to obtain a Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS).

Module CAS1
Interaction Design Fundamentals
The first module is composed of a series of workshops and courses that provide the technical, methodological and practical skills of the Interaction Design discipline.

Modules CAS2 - CAS3
Designing Advanced Artifacts and Designing Advanced Environments and Services
The second and the third modules are project-driven and give students the opportunity to face a particular area of interaction design through the development of projects on different scales and centered on specific design topics such as the design of interactive artifacts, environment, and services. CAS2 and CAS3 schedule theoretical, methodological and technical courses that give students the necessary knowledge to support the design activity.

Thesis Project module
The thesis project represents the fourth module of the MAS and it is focused on the development of the thesis project. During the module the students carry out a design research to generate innovative products and potential opportunities of entrepreneurship.