Lasers and virtual reality to revolutionize watch-crystal engraving
EPFL engineers teamed up with luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin to develop an innovative system that uses lasers to create 3D sculptures within sapphire watch crystals.
“My focus is on teasing information out of networks”
EPFL Professor Matthias Grossglauser has been awarded the grade of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow, a notable recognition given to less than 0.1% of voting members annually.
“We have a duty to Switzerland, and to the planet”
Professor Lyesse Laloui, who heads the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics (LMS) in EPFL’s Civil Engineering Section, has been elected to the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences. The accolade, announced in January this year, recognizes Prof. Laloui’s distinguished contribution to geomechanics – as an engineer, polymath and champion of cross-disciplinary approaches in fields ranging from the environment and renewable energy to carbon storage.
"I am humbled to be on a list which includes Albert Einstein"
EPFL Associate Professor Lenka Zdeborová gives the prestigious 2021 Josiah Willard Gibbs Lecture, posing the question of which computational problems are actually tractable with computers, which are not, and what is the theory behind this?
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The Rolex Learning Center, 10 Years On!
Created by the architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA and situated in the heart of the EPFL campus, the Rolex Learning Center is a truly unique place. The building is dedicated to knowledge and learning, is…
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