The Interactive Ecosystems course centers on understanding and working, in a theoretical and practical way, with complex ecosystems featuring technology, as well as multiple socio-espatial and cultural components.
As part of the course, students analyze, reflect, and discuss complex interactive ecosystems. Further, students learn and practice the design of technology to support (solve, mitigate, etc.) relevant social problems.
Successfully finishing the course means developing capacities to:
- Understand, analyze and work with complex situations involving existing and future technology.
- Innovate with technology, proposing technical solutions to socially relevant problems.
- Be able to lead and implement classical and innovative analysis and design processes with rigor and validity, which conclude in innovative socio-technical systems that may create new business opportunities