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2-13 January 2023 (ESTIA HSI course)
Students are expected to provide a full literature review (both scientific and technological), an appropriate problem statement of the project and requirements that have been assigned to. Depending on the complexity of the project, they should provide a first mock-up of the system to be designed (a PowerPoint slide presentation). Every day (from 3 to 14 January) a small work-in-progress report on the project should be posted. Product should be as complete, clean and original as possible. An oral preentation will be given on 13 January 2023.
This year, mini-projects will have the following objectives: (1) learn and develop entrepreunarial skills in a short period of time within a group of 9 to 10 students on a specific topic using fundamental knowledge acquired during theoretical lectures; (2) work in a team with responsibilities, where everyone is at the service of everyone to solve complex durty problems, and propose a solution in a two-week timeframe. Topics have been selected in a variety of domains such as public health, aeronautical mainenance, air traffic management, railway systems, nuclear energy, digital twin at Hospital.