SwissTech Convention Center
To celebrate EPFL’s 50th anniversary, the School organized a special day for its Alumni.
An opportunity for them to look back on their years at EPFL (or EPUL) and to take pictures – a few years after their graduation!
Do you still remember those years at EPUL or EPFL?
Places and words like Agepul/Agepoly, Sat, Balelec, CO1, Esplanade, Rolex Learning Center, Parmentier, Flash Magazine bring back memories and travel across generations.
As EPFL celebrates its 50th anniversary of becoming a federal school, it is an opportunity to reunite its alumni to celebrate all the milestones accomplished to become an institution recognized worldwide and look at the future of our school.
Click here to register, find out about the rates and participants!
We hope you will join us on Saturday November 9 2019 for a memorable alumni reunion, an opportunity to reconnect with your friends, sections, get inspired by the latest research & innovation and party all night long. Click on each section for more details.
- 10:00 – 14:00 Welcome and lunch in your sections
- 14:00 – 17:00 Rediscover your campus with visits and activities
- 17:00 – 02:00 Conference “50 years of Excellence”
followed by a diner party with champagne, music and dance.
To help you with the planning and registration, hereafter a few notes and comments:
- Afternoon campus tour and activities will be free but the other parts of the program require registration and a contribution with limited number of places. So make sure to take your tickets early to guarantee your spot.
- Contributing members 2019 will benefit from preferential rates. Connect to the platform to find out about your membership status (if there is a star next to your name in the search tool, you are a contributor) or click here to become a member. Note that you are welcome to come with your partner.
- We encourage you to plan your weekend ahead to make the most out of it:
Looking forward to welcoming you on your favorite campus!
Your EPFL Alumni Team
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Registrations are now closed.