Research internships for visiting Master students - MaRS programme
The Masters Research Scholarship (MaRS) programme provides short-term scholarships to support visiting Masters students to work on research projects within the Faculty of Informatics.
Participating students visit USI for up to one semester to work on a research project under the guidance of an USI Faculty member with the objective of applying the work towards a Master's thesis at the student's home university.
Each scholarship recipient will receive CHF 5'000 to help cover travel and living expenses for the visiting student for the duration of their stay.
The coordinators are Prof. Patrick Eugster and Prof. Fernando Pedone.
The MaRS programme is sponsored by the Hasler Foundation.
Applications must be sent by 1 October 2020 to email@example.com:
- transcript of grades (Master)
- support letter by a professof of the home university
- motivation letter
- passport scan.
Results will be communicated by 1 November 2020.
MaRS past projects
Project Contact A tangible interface for controlling capture and sharing of personal data (RECALL.A) Prof. Marc Langheinrich API metrics and pattern visualization Prof. Cesare Pautasso Approximating order-k Voronoi diagrams using clusters of sampled points Prof. Evanthia Papadopoulou ASQ Prof. Cesare Pautasso Automated Program Analyses of Student Programs Prof. Matthias Hauswirth Collaborative Economy Practices and Communities in Switzerland – A Case Study Prof. Marc Langheinrich Computational Display and Fabrication Prof. Piotr Didyk Converting complex polygons into simple polygons Prof. Kai Hormann Design and Evaluation of a Smartphone App to Support Sharing Physical Objects (SHA21.C) Prof. Marc Langheinrich Educational Technology for Learning to Program Prof. Matthias Hauswirth Evaluating a Human Memory Augmentation App (RECALL.C) Prof. Marc Langheinrich Evaluating Secure Personal Memory Sharing with Co-Located People (RECALL.B) Prof. Marc Langheinrich Formal Analysis of Smart Contracts Prof. Natasha Sharygina Geometric properties of indirect Pythagorean hodograph curves Prof. Kai Hormann Highly parallelizable public blockchains Prof. Patrick Eugster Investigating the dichotomy of sharing practices in virtual and physical realms: from theoretical overview to design considerations (SHA21.A) Prof. Marc Langheinrich Just Share It: A Decentralized Autonomous System to Support Sharing Physical Objects Using Blockchain and Smart Contracting Prof. Marc Langheinrich On the farthest-segment Voronoi diagram: predicates and robust computation Prof. Evanthia Papadopoulou Online data-center modeling Prof. Robert Soulé Production optimization through water-front control using adjoint gradient-based techniques Prof. Olaf Schenk Qualitative Analysis of Programming Interview Videos Prof. Matthias Hauswirth Query optimization for graph databases Prof. Robert Soulé RESTful conversation mining Prof. Cesare Pautasso Scalable State Machine Replication Prof. Fernando Pedone Smart Group Activity Journal – Creating an Automated Activity Feed for Outdoor Sports (SHA21.D) Prof. Marc Langheinrich Understanding End-user Attitudes towards Location Sharing Services Prof. Marc Langheinrich Understanding Practices and Motivations for Sharing Physical Resources through Digital Services (SHA21.B) Prof. Marc Langheinrich