The perfect opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at EPFL
Whether you are passionate about science and engineering or just curious to see what goes on behind the scenes at EPFL, you should check out our special open house this fall. This family-friendly event, which will be held to celebrate our school’s 50th anniversary, will take place over the weekend of 14–15 September 2019. It will be free of charge and open to anyone with an interest in science – from children on up! The theme will be the future of technology. Visitors will get an inside look at the cutting-edge initiatives being carried out across the school in the areas of innovation, research and education. You will be able to check out informative stands, attend talks on specific topics, take part in workshops and campus tours, play educational games and enjoy a host of other activities. Don’t miss out – join the 30,000+ people expected to visit our campus over the two days.
Official EPFL photographers and cameramen will take photos and videos during the EPFL open house, which is a public event in a public area. By attending this event, you agree to be photographed and filmed and you authorize EPFL to use the images for communication or archival purposes.
|Our Portes Ouvertes event is no exception. We have designed the event to be fully sustainable, with additional public transportation and cycling options, local and seasonal food offerings, and a zero-plastic, zero-waste policy.|
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Test the latest sports technologies coming out from EPFL laboratories.
The YouTube star gives her recipes to have fun with science.
Find out more about the projects of EPFL students, from the super-efficient boat to the rocket and the 5th mode of transport.
On September 14 and 15, guided tours of the exhibition will be organized and a giant quiz will allow you to win an iPad.
Find out how physicists produce small stars in a large machine, with the aim of mastering a new source of energy, inexhaustible, safe and respectful of the environment.
Explore the secrets of matter, from elementary particles to innovative materials and living matter, through atoms and molecules.
Our Earth has fever. Can we still save the planet by controlling the energy at our disposal?
The purpose of this project is to facilitate the process of BD reconfiguration.
A survey proposed by three sociologists of the College of Humanities.
Travel back in time and (re)discover the campus’ architecture.
Through 3D films and fun experiments, find out how atoms arrange themselves to form materials and how supercomputers can be used to shape their properties.
Dive into 50 years of incredible evolution of computing and discover the pioneering contributions of EPFL.