The Lucerne School of Information Technology works hand-in-glove with the business community and civil society. In doing so it leverages the know-how of its researchers and the knowledge of its students.
Thanks to the wide range of services, the Lucerne School of Information Technology is an interesting option for cooperations with industry and other university level institutions. Research projects and student coursework are the most important forms of cooperation. Moreover, there are many further cooperation possibilities that we would be happy to discuss personally.
Projects are carried out by lecturers, research associates and assistants. Thanks to the many different funding options available, this form of cooperation is of great interest to both SMEs and major companies.
Students are happy to be able to put their knowledge to good use in practical projects. This is a win-win situation for students and companies alike as the coursework is advantageous. The three possible formats are project work, bachelor’s thesis and master’s thesis.