Academy

The C4DT Academy educates through tailored training programs led by experts on trust-building technologies. It develops skills and raises awareness on digital trust. The team is handling all requests from our partners to develop and give tailor-made training sessions.

Course catalog

The course catalog provides an overview of the available trainings and courses delivered by the C4DT:

  • Courses for Executives and Decision Makers
  • Trainings for Researchers
  • Hands-On Trainings

Learning library

The digital learning library provides access to learning resources curated and recommended by C4DT:

  • Broad spectrum of ICT and Digital Trust topics
  • Different type of materials
  • Updated regularly

Team

The Academy team creates tailor-made courses and trainings for the C4DT partners

  • Content development & course co-creation
  • Logistics & course organization

Related news

Jun 16, 2021Press reviews
Jun 16, 2021Press reviews
Giving back to citizens the control of their private life in the face of digital technology: this is the mission of the French company Little Syster. Launched in 2020, it uses a technology based on artificial intelligence that was developed at the LSIR EPFL laboratory headed by C4DT affiliated Prof. K. Aberer.

Apr 22, 2021Press reviews
The certificate linked to the virus will not be available before June in Switzerland. Until then, here are twelve answers linked to questions of security, data and accessibility concerning what some call the "Immunity Passport". In particular, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, C4DT Academic Director, provides insights on the questions linked to data.

Apr 12, 2021Press reviews
RTS Debate between Anne-Marie Kermarrec, computer scientist and C4DT affiliated professor at EPFL, author of "Numérique, compte avec les femmes" (Odile Jacob, 2021), Isabelle Collet, professor of education at the University of Geneva, author of "Les Oubliés du numérique" (Le Passeur, 2019), Brigitte Manz-Brunner, responsible for the French-speaking part of Switzerland for the campaign "Tout feu tout flamme - Pour plus de femmes dans l’informatique", and Marina Pantazis, developer at Calitho SA.

Mar 25, 2021Press reviews
Digital activities represent around 4-5% of CO2 emissions, estimate several studies. And cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, are amongst the most energy consuming activities: far ahead of streaming and email exchanges. The podcast "Le Point J" tries to understand why.

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