A Região Autónoma da Madeira tem 33 novas candidaturas aprovadas no âmbito dos programas operacionais Intervir+ e Rumos.
Destaque-se aqui dois projetos, do sector público, um designado por “Instalações M-ITI”, do Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute..
A reportagem integral pode ser acedida neste link.
Video with a report about Masters of Entertainment Technologies in Patio dos Estudantes, a TV show made by AAUMa, available in M-ITI Youtube channel. This was broadcast in RTP-Madeira, in December 1st, 2012.
More informations about the show available in http://www.aauma.pt/.
More informations about the Masters in www.m-iti.org/met.
Nuno Nunes, president of M-ITI and students from MHCI and MET programs were invited to the TV show Nem Mais, Nem Menos
The foreign students had the opportunity to talk about their experiences while studying here in Madeira
As for the local students, they explained how they benefit from the experience of working with students and professors from other countries.
More than 100 students will graduate through UMa- Carnegie Mellow partnership.
This report, from Jornal da Madeira, refers to statement from Prof Nuno Nunes, president of M-ITI, in the day that was celebrated the extension of the agreement between the Portuguese institutions and U.S. university.
Read the PDF with the full report, in portuguese, here.
The Carnegie Mellon Portugal Program, launched in 2006, will be extended for five more years, involving nine Portuguese universities and more than 80 companies in a partnership with a U.S. institution. The agreement to continue the Program until 2017 was signed today between the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), the Council of Rectors of Portuguese Universities and the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
A special report in local news about foreign professors in Madeira University
Some of our faculty members were invited to talk about their experience in Madeira and how they felt in the first days they arrived here.
No passado dia 13 de Julho o Madeira-ITI organizou uma sessão de esclarecimentos para as pessoas interessadas em se candidatar à Pós-Graduação em Aspetos Humanos da Tecnologia (PAHT).
Este sessão contou com uma comunicação da Prof.ª Doutora Luísa Soares, Directora do Curso, Prof. Doutor Nuno Jardim Nunes, Presidente do M-ITI e da Dra. Letícia Patrício, aluna da edição 2011/2012 do PAHT.
A reportagem sobre esta sessão foi publicada na imprensa local:
The University of Madeira and Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (Madeira-ITI), promoted yesterday at the Rectory, in collaboration with the Commercial and Industrial Association of Funchal / Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Madeira (ACIF / CCIM), the workshop "Innovation Services to Overcome the Crisis ".
José Nelson Alves, our MHCI student, was selected among thousands of applicants to go to work at Apple in the U.S.
In his internship, José Nelson will join the team of detection of fraud in the area of information visualization.
Read the report in PDF:
Interactive game in Whale Museum raises awareness of the impact of trash in the marine environment.
A report about the "Whale R U" project from MET program.
Read the PDF here.
Madeira ITI 'is the subject in focus today on' Madeira Cultura '. In episode 21 of the series, the researcher and Assistant Professor at the University of Madeira, Valentina Nisi, and the researcher and Professor at the New University of Lisbon, Nuno Correia, discuss the role and potential of the application of technology in cultural activity.
The series of 31 episodes and more than 40 interviews covers several topics related to the cultural universe in a production of Madeira Regional Delegation of the Economists, within the VI Annual Tourism Conference.
Report on Diário da Cidade about the financial crisis Madeira and Portugal are facing and how it migth affect the partnership between University of Madeira and Carnegie Mellon University.
Read the portuguese report here.
Embaixador equaciona mais parcerias com a Região Autónoma da Madeira, in Jornal da Madeira.
The presentation of the whale r' u project by MET students was in the newspapper on the 16th March 2012.
Read the portuguese article in PDF.
Also read another report from portuguese news website Diário Cidade here.
2nd year students from Master of Entertainment Technology of the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI) promote tomorrow, March 16, at 15:15, a presentation of the project intermediate Whale UK, developed in partnership with the Whale Museum.