Stage & Thesis

MIC of Torino offers qualifying stages to university students. The candidates are given outstanding opportunities to gain valuable and extensive work experiences. In MIC they can develop their skills and start their careers in a highly innovative and multidisciplinary environment that will complement their university curricula.
The stagists can work on their thesis under the supervision and support of MIC’s team. The students interested in performing their thesis or stage work at MIC can send their resumes and a brief description of their scientific interests.
MIC of Torino offers qualifying stages to university students. The candidates are given outstanding opportunities to gain valuable and extensive work experiences. In MIC they can develop their skills and start their careers in a highly innovative and multidisciplinary environment that will complement their university curricula.

The stagists can work on their thesis under the supervision and support of MIC’s team.
The students interested in performing their thesis or stage work at MIC can send their resumes and a brief description of their scientific interests.

Available thesis:
Enhanced User Experience by using mass-market gesture recognition devices

Tesi di laurea

Candidato:  Giampiero Bono
Relatore: Paolo Prinetto
Titolo: Cloud Platform for LIS Services: Design and Implementation in Windows Azure


The work of this thesis has been done at Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) in Torino inside the Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB) and consists of the design and implementation of a LIS-based services platform for cloud-computing technology, using  Microsoft  Windows Azure.

 

 

Tesi di laurea                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
Candidato: Marco Doria
Relatore: Fabio Dovis
TitoloECall Service Design and Implementation in a Windows CE Embedded System

The work developed in this thesis addressed the implementation of a service, oriented to road safety, named Emergency Call (eCall) within a prototype designed as a result of the European project GOLDEN-ICE. The purpose of the service is to improve the assistance to the driver, especially in case of an accident. The project is founded by the European Commission within the VII Framework Programme of Research and Development, and started in 2009. It is expected to be completed by 2014