Engage Your Talent on Our Roads
An open innovation project organized by
Roma Tre University, Sapienza University of Rome, University of Rome Tor Vergata,
Our goal is to develop digital applications to improve driving safety
To accelerate sustainable mobility innovations through advanced technologies and solutions.
Employ our strengths to support our communities and enhance the way people live, learn and work.
To help ensure a healthy environment for current and future generations.
Prof. Paolo Merialdo
Prof. Stefano Carrese
Prof. Franco Milicchio
Prof. Giuseppe Italiano
HOW IT WORKS
Students will group in teams of 4 persons. Each group will come up with a project. Project will include designing and developing a working prototype focus on improving driving safety and collecting valuable data.
The program includes project reviews (initial project presentation, design and workplan review, several iterations of project demos and a final presentation). Each group will also maintain a web page with project documentation and design documents.
WHO CAN APPLY?
While applications from all the academic fields will be carefully considered we especially invite applications from students from ALL universities of Rome at the end of the first level degree or at the beginning of the master degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Data Science.
June 5, 2017
Roma Tre University – Department of Engineering – Via Vito Volterra 60 – Roma
June 26, 2017
Deliver a first mockup of the application, explaining the vision of the product.
End of July 2017
First working prototype of the application.
The best app presented at the final.
Test of Time Award
TEST OF TIME:
The app that will collect the most valuable data overtime.
WANT TO JOIN?
FILL THE FORM
- Students from Sapienza University of Rome: participation in the workshop will qualify for 3 CFU academic credits, Industrial stage, or for final project of first level degree upon request from the academic schools.
- Students from Roma Tre University: participation in the workshop will qualify for final project (“Tirocinio”) of first level degree.
- Students from University of Roma Tor Vergata: participation in the workshop will qualify for one of the following: (1) the final project of first level degree in Computer Engineering, or (2) the project of one of the following courses: “Web Algorithms” or “Mobile systems and applications”.