Innan stapeln går av för CHARM vill vi uppmärksamma studenter på att CHARM är på ingång genom att tillsammans med företag anordna olika spännande event. Detta för att ge studenter möjlighet att få ut så mycket som möjligt av mässan när den väl startar.
preCHARM består av lunchföreläsningar, casekvällar och andra inspirerande möten mellan företag och studenter. Nedan kan du läsa mer om dessa:
CV-photo session with CFFC
10.00 – 14.00
Grouproom 2, Kårhuset Johanneberg
Breakfast seminar with Pulsen Retail AB
8.00 – 9.00
Student Union Building, Student Union Building Johanneberg
10.00 – 14.00
Pulsen Retail AB is handing out coffee and talking about the case of the day at the first floor in the Student Union Building.
Evening with Pulsen Retail AB. What will retail and e-commerce in the future be like?
Café Bulten, M-Building
Lunch seminar with Sveriges Ingenjörer
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch seminar SJ AB
12.00 – 13.00
GD-foyer and lecture hall
Evening with PhD alumni
Doctoral Student Guild
Lecture hall KE
Evening about Cyber Security, Volvo Group
För att vara helt säker på att inte missa några events bör du följa oss här:
Lunch lecture in HC2
Would you like to know how we at Jeppesen use agile practices, software craftsmanship, continuous delivery, and DevOps to develop and deliver market-leading software to some of the largest airlines in the world? You are very welcome to come and listen to Shahid Jabbar (Software Engineering manager) and Rebecka Larsdotter (Systems Analyst and a recent Chalmers graduate) talk about their background, what they do at Jeppesen and how they do it. There will also be time for questions.
We recommed that you bring your own lunch.
Lunch lecture in HA1
Case night in El41
Do you want to make a difference and do you want to become a more broad-minded engineer? As part of this case meeting you will be exposed to a problem that you as a group can discuss and hopefully have ideas on how to solve.
Kolandoto is a village located in the Shinyanga province in the north of Tanzania, about 750 km north-west of Dar es-Salaam. The village has a population of approximately 10 000 inhabitants and centers around the Kolandoto Hospital, a teaching hospital with 500 students and approximately 180 beds. Donations from aid organizations have allowed the hospital to grow from a small medical desk to a large regional hospital. The hospital and the surrounding village have however long been suffering from a failing water system, with malfunctioning groundwater pumps and an ageing pipe network. Additionally, the quality of the ground water is critical and regular power cuts impair safe operations.
The hospital management desires to make the hospital a Council Designated Hospital, CDH. Becoming a CDH entails governmental support, where drugs and salaries are funded by the government. Furthermore, if the hospital reaches CDH-status, the patient fees would be reduced, allowing more people to seek medical treatment. The governmental financial support would allow the hospital to employ more doctors and nurses, which could improve the current health care and access. However, governmental salaries are only paid to staff with diplomas, employees without a degree still need to rely on AICT to receive salaries. In order to obtain the title CDH, requirements have been established by the government which has to be fulfilled. These requirements include the presence of certain wards and a steady and stable water and power supply.
Ingenjörer utan gränser will provide an easier meal during the night.