On Monday morning, all courses together will get a brief presentation to the camps, with an explanation of all of the logistical and organisational aspects of the week.
On the other days:
9:30 – 11:30 am, the professors will illustrate the ‘theoretical’ content necessary to carry out the hands-on tasks in the afternoon (after a general introduction to the subject of the course in the first lesson on the first day).
11:30 – 11:45 Coffee break
11:45 – 12.30 Continuation of the ‘theory’ part, also with examples.
12:30 – 13.30 Lunch break. Students can eat at the many bars and restaurants in the area.
13:30 – 16:30 Practical hands-on workshops: guided by at least two professors, the students will work in groups to perform the day’s task and put what they learned that morning into practice.
Every afternoon, the professors will dedicate time to supervising students in the preparation of a scientific presentation of their work, which will be given by each group on the last day of the week.
On Friday, the morning lesson will be devoted to working with the professors to verify the completion of the activities and presentations.
In the afternoon, the students, divided by course, will give a public presentation of the work carried out by each group, before participating collectively in the diploma awards ceremony.