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    27.04.11 — Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory A team from South Korean Television (Korean Broadcasting System KBS) recently travelled to Switzerland to film the activities of the Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory in the domain of renewable energy. Read the whole article
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    27.04.11 — Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory Dr Darren Robinson, Senior Scientist and Group leader at the Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory, has been appointed Full Professor in Building and Urban Physics at the University of Nottingham, UK, from October 1st, 2011. Read the whole article
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    27.04.11 — Signal Processing Laboratory 2 LTS2 papers at ICASSP'11 Read the whole article
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    27.04.11 — Mediacom The functioning of the new hydroelectric power plant in Veytaux is being studied in the machine hall of the EPFL Hydraulic Constructions Laboratory (LCH) on a 1:30 scale model. It’s no small challenge! Read the whole article
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    22.04.11 — Signal Processing Laboratory 4 4 papers accepted for publication at IEEE ICIP 2011. Read the whole article
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    21.04.11 — CDM | Management of Technology Erwan Morellec, Professor at the Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL and Head of the Swiss Finance Institute PhD program, has been “L’Invité” at Le Temps of 20. April 2011. Read the whole article
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    21.04.11 — CDM | Management of Technology The Executive MBA in Management of Technology - MoT, jointly offered by EPFL and the University of Lausanne (UNIL-HEC) is organizing an event on May 5th Read the whole article
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    21.04.11 — Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship His article « La spécialisation intelligente : du concept académique à l’instrument de politique d’innovation européenne » won the jury award. Read the whole article
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    21.04.11 — Mediacom Professor David Atienza is offering his third-year electrical engineering students an unusual option – developing video games on the Nintendo DS. The course is a complete success. Read the whole article
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    20.04.11 — Research Office Projects Amorphous molybdenum sulfide films as catalysts for electrochemical hydrogen production in water. Read the whole article