UPC – Big Data Management, Technologies and Analytics 2017-12-13T18:17:11+00:00

Project Description

Big Data Management, Technologies and Analytics

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This master’s degree at the Polytecnical University of Catalunya in Barcelona (UPC) in Big Data Management, Technologies and Analytics provides an overview of the Big Data ecosystem and an in-depth examination of both aspects: management (Big Data Management) and exploitation of data (Big Data Analytics), while providing applicability and a business vision within this world.

DegreeMaster
Faculty NameUPC – Polytechnical University of Catalunya
LanguageSpanish, Catalan, English
Starts onApril 1st, 2018
Age range21-25 years old
Work experience1 to 3
% of international Students25%
Student CountriesSpain, Europe

Who owns the solution proposals and potentially developed intellectual property? 2017-04-17T10:53:09+00:00

Generally all submissions and content remain the intellectual property of the party posting.

However, to the extent that innovations are enabled by the Companies, students agree to cede their IP-rights to the respective Companies. Innovations are to be considered enabled by a company, which provides necessary resources, such as the ideas or unique expertise of its personnel or access to research materials, data or equipment that are not available to the general public, so generally would not include money or non-proprietary materials.

Within the TELANTO Academic Business Network we offer workflows to agree to any type of agreement academic institutions, students and companies are willing to adhere to. Contents of those agreements can be adapted based on requirements of all parties.

What outcome can I expect? 2017-04-17T10:56:30+00:00

Outcomes can vary from course to course, university, degree and field of study. In most cases solution proposals are reflecting the objectives set out in the original challenge definition (min. 3 objectives), based on which the teams then prepare/ run research, analysis, synthesis, conclusions, etc. leading to concepts in form of presentations, technical documentation, prototypes, etc.

What relationship does TELANTO maintain with the Universities? 2017-01-31T16:18:04+00:00

TELANTO supports academic institutions to scale their action learning activities by bringing them into a digital format. Therefore, we establish long-term contractual relationships with univeristies or individual professors assuring that published “call for challenges” are taking place and that companies can expect a solution proposal for their challenges. Furthermore, TELANTO co-innovates with universities in order to extend its digital action learning concept and capabilities into other areas.

What is the difference between internship fellows and these students? 2017-01-31T16:17:09+00:00

Students involved in TELANTO’s Action Learning programs are not working onsite since they get assembled as part of a given academic course in teams of 5 to resolve complex challenges. The solving teams leverage their universities infrastructure such as laboratories, libraries, faculty and coaching to come up with viable solution proposals. These solution proposals as well as the overall academic learning experience and performance will be graded after completing the course. From a Talent Relationship Management aspect companies can source passive candidates.

How many hours are the students at my disposal? 2017-01-31T16:16:17+00:00

Depending on the duration of the Call For Challenge as well as the complexity and attractiveness of your challenge the hours students work varies. We have witnessed individual students working 6-8h per week on these programs. Making teams work between 30-40h per week.

How does the collaboration work? 2017-04-17T10:59:15+00:00

In order for your collaboration to work, we ask you to go through a structured and simplified process. Once these steps are completed the actual project collaboration takes place virtually, giving you access to TELANTO’s collaboration space.

What do I purchase and what do I get? 2017-04-17T11:02:38+00:00

With your annual subscription to the TELANTO Academic Business Network you purchase the opportunity to place an unlimited number of challenges of your organisation with teams of students ready to take those on. TELANTO helps you, particularly during your first steps in this type of university-business collaboration to avoid typical “first-time” pitfalls to get your collaboration off to a good start.

Hence you get access to a global network of universities and young talents to obtain fresh ideas and solutions as well as build lasting talent relationships in a privileged and intimate manner.

Why work with TELANTO’s Academic Business Network and not directly with Universities? 2017-04-17T11:05:27+00:00

Two good reasons for this are: First, the global scale of challenge interaction with renowned faculties and second the sophisticated processes provided via TELANTOs Academic Business Cloud solution allowing a strategic management of technology, knowledge and talent transfer from academic institutions worldwide.

Why invest in TELANTO’s Academic Business Network? 2017-01-31T16:12:58+00:00

TELANTO’s Academic Business Networks gives you access to universities and companies that maybe out of reach for you currently. We set TELANTO up to serve you as a trusted network with modern, rethought processes and transactional capabilities.

We don’t have a topic at the moment, how should I proceed? 2017-04-17T11:06:46+00:00

Corporate challenges are omnipresent in most companies, identifying and articulating them is sometimes a different challenge. With your annual subscription you are at liberty to tap into the experience of challenge experts, who can help you identify your individual ones quickly. Don’t hesitate to contact us, we’ll be more than happy to support you!

How many resources do we need to invest in order to participate in TELANTO’s action learning? 2017-05-06T20:40:35+00:00

Since TELANTO offers digital action learning the participation and supervision of 1x student team should not exceed more than 1x company representative and an average of 2h/week. This however varies from project to project. Generally we have witnessed companies invest 1-2h per week to be on top of their student project plus the time attending a kick-off session and final presentation.