"Watt is Art" Exhibition at EPFL Pavilion A
Solar panels and Art in the same sentence? Art blended into our day-to-day objects like solar panels, a collaboration between artists and scientists, Watt is Art is a glimpse into what is possible in the realm of future architecture and building design. The exhibition will be displayed at EPFL Pavilions until April 25th.
Are Chinese politics a threat to the patent system?
EPFL researchers show that foreign companies are less likely to have their patent applications granted in China than their Chinese counterparts. This discrimination occurs in technologies of strategic importance to the Chinese government: the telecommunication and biotech industries.
"Having freedom in your research process keeps you motivated"
Alexis Marchal joined the the doctoral program at EPFL in 2016 to pursue his studies and obtain his doctorate in Finance. He tells us about his experience so far.
Marcin Kroczak retraces the steps of his ancestor, exiled to Siberia
This summer, Marcin Kroczak – a first-year EPFL student of Polish origin, majoring in communication systems – hopes to embark on an “extraordinary journey.”
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Nature of Robotics: An Expanded Field
Under its new banner “EPFL Pavilions”, ArtLab is devoting its winter programme to the theme of robotics to instigate a thought process on the emerging perspectives and scenarios of this rapidly expanding field. Nature…
With: EPFL: Prof. Auke Ijspeert’s Biorobotics Laboratory (BioRob), Prof. Herbert Shea’s Soft Transducers Laboratory (LMTS), Prof. Selman Sakar’s MicroBioRobotic Systems (MICROBS) Laboratory, Prof Jamie Paik’s Reconfigurable Robotics Laboratory (RRL). Artistes: Haseeb Ahmed, Claudia Comte, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Agnes Denes, Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson, Urs Fischer, Basim Magdy, Jürg Lehni, Adrien Missika, Katja Novitskova, Trevor Paglen, Léa Pereyre & PATHOS, Jean Tinguely et Suzanne Treister
Place and room: EPFL pavilions
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