EDIC Awards

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Reward for learning with a twist of real-life research

— Martin Jaggi, Assistant Professor in the School of Computer and Communications Sciences (IC) has won the 2021 Credit Suisse Award for Best Teaching, for introducing two novel, hands-on science challenges into his Machine Learning Course – the largest masters level class on campus.

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EPFL Best Teachers' of the Year Awards 2020

— Professor Sabine Süsstrunk takes the teaching prize for the School of Computer and Communication Sciences, given by the EPFL Student Association AGEPOLY.

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Unravelling light to understand the visible world

— UNRAVEL, a groundbreaking project at EPFL’s School of Computer and Communication Sciences will establish techniques for inverting light simulations with billions of parameters, for a revolutionary impact on scientific disciplines that involve the analysis of images. 

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My students are my biggest achievement

— EPFL Professor Anastasia Ailamaki wins the prestigious Women in Database Research Award and is appointed as a member of Academia Europaea.

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Carmela Troncoso: named one of 2020s global top young tech leaders

— Carmela Troncoso, head of the Security and Privacy Engineering Lab (SPRING) in EPFL’s School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC), helped lead the push to build the Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing system (DP-3T), now used in COVID-19 tracing apps around the world. She’s just joined the ranks of Fortune Magazine’s prestigious 40 Under 40. 

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