EPIC (previously Graduate Student Association) is run by volunteer PhD students. We organize various social and educational activities and events for graduate students, including various informative panels and talks, out-of-the-box talks (given by students on a topic of their choice), regular after-work events as well as outdoor activities. All of our in-house events are free and generously sponsored by the Dean’s office. We also organize welcome events and run the PhD Buddy Program aimed at helping new students integrate with the school and Lausanne.
EPIC is always looking for motivated volunteers to help organizing existing or new events. If you are interested in helping out or have ideas and suggestions of your own, feel free to contact us!
- Our Facebook page Instagram
- Follow us on social media and stay updated with latest events we organize!
- Join the EPFL IC PhD Slack!
- [New!] EPIC PhD Guide
- This guide is put together by EDIC PhD students of all years and from different labs to help you navigate through your research career at EPFL. This information is provided by students, for students and does not officially represent the views of the EDIC department.
Our mission is to serve the graduate student body of the School of Computer and Communication Sciences through representation on faculty and administrative bodies, by encouraging the sharing of information both amongst students and with outside organizations, and by fostering a sense of community within the School by means of various social events and activities.
The 2022 Committee:
|Lunch Talk Manager||Viktor Sanca|
|Event Managers||Hamish Nicholson (BBQ), Can Cebeci (Game Nights), Federico Stella (Photography, EPIC Games)|
|Buddy Program Coordinator||Uday Kusupati|
|Advisory Committee||Elsa Rizk (Scavenger Hunts), Evann Courdier (EPIC Games)|
|Friends of EPIC||Solal Pirelli, Bhargav Desikan, Anastasiia Kuchurenko, Quentin Rebjock, Paola Mejia|