We are happy to have each of them on board. We believe they are not only the right partners for us but also for you. Get in touch with them and have a look at what they have to offer!
Bern University of Applied Science
Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH) is an application-oriented university. In addition to teaching, the university provides continuing education, research and development and services relating to its core competences. Anyone who studies at Bern University of Applied Sciences can do so in an interdisciplinary way and in an international context, without setting foot outside the University: within its six departments, a range of subjects as varied as nursing, food technology and sports are taught. It is also a meeting point for students from many diverse countries.
Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) The ZHAW is one of the leading universities of applied sciences in Switzerland. Teaching, research, continuing education and other services are both scientifically-based and practice-oriented. In our work in research and development, we concentrate on important societal challenges, with a particular focus on energy and social integration. With locations in Winterthur, Zurich and Wädenswil, the ZHAW is firmly integrated in the local region whilst also collaborating with international partners. There are eight Schools in the University: Applied Linguistics, Applied Psychology, Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering, Engineering, Health Professions, Life Sciences and Facility Management, Management and Law, and Social Work.
Hochschule Luzern – Informatik
The most comprehensive range of IT study programs taught at one central location.
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts is the first Swiss university of applied sciences to have its own School of Information Technology. More than 600 students are enrolled in the bachelor’s degree programs in Digital Ideation, Computer Science and Business Information Technology and master’s degree programs in Engineering and Business Information Technology at the Zug-Rotkreuz campus. The School of Information Technology is focusing its research on new areas of interest, ranging from artificial intelligence, machine learning and mobile and smart systems all the way to blockchain, smart contracts and visual computing. Numerous partners from the public and private sector benefit from the project skills and professional expertise of the researchers.
Continuing and executive education programs include the Master of Advanced Studies and Certificate of Advanced Studies in four attractive specialist areas. Courses, seminars and conferences lasting one or more days are also available. The Lucerne School of Information Technology also has outstanding links to domestic and foreign universities as well as to partners from all areas of economic, administrative, cultural and social life.
Swiss Cyber Storm is supported by the Swiss Army , the Reporting and Analysis Centre for Information Assurance MELANI and the Swiss Accademy of Engineering Sciences (SATW). Furthermore, the European Cyber Security Challenge is supported by the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) as well as the organizations that each spent time organizing the national competitions for each respective participating country.