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Preparation work for the new S5 & S6 student projects
## S5 courses
- IntroArchi
* Introduction à l'architecture des ordinateurs (Introduction to computer architecture), S5, Renaud Pacalet, 21 hours.
* The project has a software design and coding part in which a sub-part requires low-level assembly programming, either to access a resource (input-output, peripheral, processor internals...) that cannot be accessed from higher levels, or for pure performance reasons. Any target platform that can be programmed in assembly would probably be OK.
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* Introduction to Operating Systems, S5, Ludovic Apvrille, 21 hours
* The project includes developping an application running closely with an Operating System (e.g., using syscalls directly, without the LibC), and adding new basic modules to the Operating Systems. Any target platform that supports a version of GNU/Linux is fine for this.
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## S6 courses
- IntroSTATS
* Foundations of Statistical Inference, S6, Motonobu Kanagawa, 21 hours
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- IntroSec
* Introduction To Cybersecurity, S6, Simone Aonzo, 21 hours.
* The project consists of using Docker to virtualize a network with multiple hosts and create a cyber range, a controlled environment where cybersecurity professionals learn how to detect and mitigate cyber-attacks using the same equipment they will have in the real world. Finally, the student must act as a Red Team operator, breaching the security measures and providing a report on the vulnerabilities found. Any device that supports a version of GNU/Linux to run Docker is fine (even a Raspberry Pi >= 4).
## Project proposals
### Title
- Proposer
- Description
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