Manuel will be responsible for research in software engineering applied to embedded systems, artificial intelligence-based systems and quantum-based systems.
Thanks to the quick reaction of the SIT team and the immense support, work and empathy from the Swiss Foreign Ministry, our student, an Afghani woman, has finally arrived to Switzerland from Afghanistan safe.
Wolfgang Wahlster, a professor and pioneer of AI in Germany, will join SIT´s Strategic Advisory Board.
After three weeks of workshops and trainings, 28 international migrants graduate with a new set of IT and business skills that will help them to build a better future.
Quantum expert Prof. Nicolas Gisin publishes a new paper in npj Quantum Information, presenting results on the abilities and limitations of quantum computers.
This year’s programme brings together 28 international students united by one common goal: to establish the skillset to build a better future.
The 3-week long programme, designed to educate, motivate and certify migrant workers in the IT field, kicks off July 12.
CERN, Yandex School of Data Analysis, HSE University and EPFL Count On SIT Alemira to Deploy Online Summer Course.
The paper notes the importance of quantum communication not only at large scales, but also in chips, similarly to classical communication.
SIT and non-profit go tec! signed a new partnership agreement, destined to bridge industries, schools and politics through continuous technical education.