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Tutoring

Tutoring as an activity designed to guide and assist students throughout their studies, making them active participants in the educational process and removing obstacles to successful course attendance, also through initiatives tailored to the needs, attitudes and requirements of individuals.

The Tutoring service provides assistance to students throughout their course of study, especially during the first three years. Both professors and fellow students act as tutors, and provide the following: 

  • suggestions for the practical organisation of one's studies and information about the support services offered by the Politecnico di Milano;
  • assistance for students with educational issues and in relation to sitting exams;
  • support for students needing to fill in a few educational gaps.

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The tutoring activities are divided into the following services:

Information and guidance tutoring

The Service is aimed at making known the educational and training activities present in the Degree Courses provided by the School, in order to clarify the educational objectives and career opportunities for future first-year students.
The Service also provides indications to students regarding the practical organization of their studies (structure of study plans, organization of teaching, etc), to the support structures offered by the Polytechnic.   
This activity involves Master's degree tutor students, technical, administrative staff.


Contacts: presidenza-auic@polimi.it

 

Educational tutoring

The Teaching Tutorial is a service aimed at students that provides useful interventions to eliminate the difficulties that the student encounters during the course of study and to obtain a profitable frequency of the courses.
It provides support through the activation of forms of supplementary teaching and preparatory recovery, assisting the lecturer on specific topics, where students show shortcomings or need for further study.  
The interventions consist of additional and complementary lessons from the official teachings (support cycles, exercises, etc) and in classroom tutorials, particularly in the case of Laboratories.
In the first case, the students are informed by notices published on the website http://www.auic.polimi.it/en and by sending communication via email, in the second case, the students will receive information from the reference professors of the Laboratories.
The didactic tutoring service is carried out by post-graduate student-tutors, doctoral students, lecturers, and external tutors.
The didactic tutoring also offers a tutoring service for internships.  
The Service is designed to assist students in the search and activation procedures for compulsory and optional curricular internships.   Academic tutor: it is the support and accompaniment figure of the training and learning process of the students involved in the individual internships.
Constantly monitors both the curricular internship and the seriousness, motivations, and commitment of the trainee and the host institution.
The didactic tutoring service is carried out by students - Laurea and Laurea Magistrale tutors, professors, and technical, administrative staff.

Contacts and info: AUIC Internship Office

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Tutoring in structural design

5 tutoring sections (4 in English + 1 in Italian); 
the 4 sections in English are formally associated with the 4 courses of "Structural Design"; the tutoring section in Italian is intended to provide educational support to students attending the 4 courses of "Tecnica delle Costruzioni" (LM ACI and ADU, courses in Italian)

  • course of "Structural Design" (4 CFU, LM ADU, pathway in English) held by prof P. Bamonte
    the corresponding tutoring section held by Maria Chiara Giangregorio (DICA PhD student)
     
  • Structural Design" course (4 CFU, LM ADU, course in English) held by prof G. Muciaccia 
    the corresponding tutoring section (in English) held by Andrea Nino Consiglio (DICA PhD student)
     
  • course of "Structural Design" (6 CFU, LM ACI, pathway in English) held by prof C. Gentile
    the corresponding tutoring section (in English) held by Martina Colombo (PhD)
     
  • course of "Structural Design" (6 CFU, LM ACI, course in English) held by prof M. Valente
    the corresponding tutoring section (in English) held by Zehra Irem Turksezer (PhD)
     
  • Tutoring section (in Italian) held by Eng. Carlo Pettorruso (PhD student ABC); and addressed to the students of the 4 courses of "Tecnica delle Costruzioni" (in Italian).

The seminar, consisting of 16 hours of lectures/tutorials, represents an opportunity for students to go through some of the fundamental concepts and procedures used for structural analysis. The aim is to revisit and clarify basic notions of structural mechanics that are important for a good understanding of what will be presented in the Structural Design courses and in the Construction Design studios. 
Five different sections of the seminar are organized: one will be run in Italian and four in English. The whole activity will take place in remote mode. The seminar is open to students enrolled in three different MS programmes. Therefore, occasional timetable clashes with institutional courses/studios may occur; however, such inconvenience is mitigated by the fact that all the seminar sessions will be recorded and the corresponding multimedia files will be made available to students (upon request). 

The main topics covered in the seminars are: 

  • determination of internal forces in statically determinate structures (beams, frames, trussworks) and corresponding diagrams;
  • indefinite equilibrium equations for straight beams under transverse load;
  • methods for determining the deformation of statically determinate and indeterminate straight beams;
  • calculation of stresses in straight beams subjected to various combinations of internal forces;
  • review of the phenomenon of elastic instability of beams subjected to point loads.

Seminar (in remote mode) on structural mechanics topics for first-year students of Laurea Magistrale (Master of Science) programmes in Architecture (LM AUD) 

The seminars for the Structural Design course taught by Prof. Bamonte will be held by Maria Chiara Giangregorio (mariachiara.giangregorio@polimi.it) on the Webex platform, https://politecnicomilano.webex.com/meet/mariachiara.giangregorio according to the following timetable consisting of 8 two-hours sessions, from 18.30 to 20.30 (CET). 

  • Wednesday 22 September
  • Thursday 23 September
  • Wednesday 29 September
  • Thursday 30 September
  • Wednesday 06 October
  • Thursday 07 October
  • Wednesday 13 October
  • Thursday 14 October 

The seminars for the Structural Design course taught by Prof. Muciaccia will be held by Andrea Nino Consiglio (andreanino.consiglio@polimi.it) on the Webex platform, https://politecnicomilano.webex.com/meet/andreanino.consiglio according to the following timetable consisting of 8 two-hours sessions, from 18:15 to 20:15 (CET).

  • Thursday 23 September
  • Tuesday 28 September
  • Wednesday 29 September
  • Tuesday 05 October
  • Wednesday 06 October
  • Tuesday 12 October
  • Wednesday 13 October
  • Tuesday 19 October

The seminars for the Structural Design course taught by Prof. Gentile will be held by Martina Colombo (martina.colombo@polimi.it) on the Webex platform, https://politecnicomilano.webex.com/meet/martina.colombo according to the following timetable consisting of 8 two-hours sessions, from 18:15 to 20:15 (CET).

  • Tuesday 28 September
  • Wednesday 29 September
  • Tuesday 05 October
  • Wednesday 06 October
  • Wednesday 13 October
  • Friday 15 October
  • Tuesday 19 October
  • Wednesday 20 October

The seminars for the Structural Design course taught by Prof. Valente will be held by Zehra Irem Turksezer (zehrairem.turksezer@polimi.it) on the Webex platform, https://politecnicomilano.webex.com/meet/zehrairem.turksezer according to the following timetable consisting of 8 two-hours sessions, from 18:15 to 20:15 (CET).

  • Monday 27 September
  • Wednesday 29 September
  • Monday 04 October
  • Wednesday 06 October
  • Monday 11 October
  • Wednesday 13 October
  • Monday 18 October
  • Wednesday 20 October
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