EPFL Valais Wallis
Pole of Excellence at the foot of the peaks
Dedicated mainly to scientific research and innovation in the fields of energy, green chemistry, health and the environment, the EPFL Valais Wallis campus brings together 218 researchers, administrative and technical staff from four faculties. The next phase of the project dedicated to research on the Alpine and polar environments (Alpole) will bring together 200 additional researchers including the Swiss Polar Institute. By this date, more than 400 people will be active on the Sion site.
Social media and AI can measure the aesthetic quality of landscapes
To measure an ecosystem’s beauty and the well-being it produces for people can help inform public environmental policy. Scientists at EPFL Valais Wallis and Wageningen University in the Netherlands have developed a novel modeling approach for ecosystem assessments based on deep learning and millions of Flickr photos.
Prof. Rohit Karnik: Nanofluidic Transport across Nanoporous Atomically Thin Graphene and its Development as a Next-Generation Membrane
As part of its Fall 2021 Chemical Engineering Seminar Series, EPFL's Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering is pleased to welcome Prof. Rohit Karnik, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA, for a…
With: Prof. Rohit Karnik,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Category: Conferences – Seminars