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Increasing interdisciplinarity and science interest on the undergraduate students: the use of an algorithmic ignitor and low-cost sensors in cloud computing
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  • Leandro Colevati dos Santos,
  • Lilian M Silva,
  • Maria L P Silva,
  • Sebastião G dos Santos Filho
Leandro Colevati dos Santos

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Lilian M Silva
Maria L P Silva
Sebastião G dos Santos Filho

Abstract

This work aimed the increase in interdisciplinarity and in engineering inclusion using algorithms during undergraduate disciplines and/or scientific initiation. Methodology follows a case study, focuses two of the largest educational institutions in Brazil and comprises four Teams, named as Team USP, Team FATEC SP, Team FATEC FR e Team FATEC ZL. At the end of a two years period, the work has involved 4 course instructors and 17 undergraduate students. The main achievements were: high involvement among the four Team people; high diversity with multidisciplinary Teams being spontaneously formed and students approaching subjects that do not belong to their major area, such as, business school students developing a meteorological station. Thus, the use of an innovative algorithm as a basis for the development of extra-class work and/or scientific initiation is an appropriate stage for increasing interdisciplinarity.
27 Feb 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
04 Mar 2024Published in TechRxiv