ISVLSI 2020 Best Paper Award!
Congratulations to Halima Najibi, Alexandre Levisse, Marina Zapater and David Atienza for winning a best paper award at the IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI. The online presentation: The entire award ceremony:
EPFL, CHUV and ETHZ receive grant for research on epilepsy seizures
Professors David Atienza and Pascal Frossard, from the School of Engineering, have been awarded a grant from the Fonds National Suisse de la Recherche Scientifique. David Atienza, from the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL), and Pascal Frossard, from the Signal Processing Laboratory 4 (LTS4), are part of a Sinergia project, titled: “PEDESITE: Personalized Detection of Epileptic (…)
David Atienza explains the Coughvid project in detail
Slides in English, presentation in Spanish:
David Atienza presents at the first Swisstech seminar on COVID19
David Atienza took part in the first public national symposium on the Swiss COVID response: Jump in to David’s presentation: 20 minutes 50 seconds
David Atienza speaks to Frontiers Media
Prof. David Atienza was interviewed by open access journal Frontiers Media about the ongoing development of the Coughvid application:
Coughvid on Spanish TV
Dr Tomas Teijeiro was interviewed in his native Galician about the ongoing development of Coughvid. English subtitles are available (click on CC).
Tomas Teijeiro on Swiss National TV
Dr. Tomas Teijeiro was interviewed by RTS on the ongoing development of the Coughvid application. English subtitles are available (click on CC).
ESL contributes to Al Jazeera video
Al Jazeera have produced an animated story about a Michigan doctor who, having already battled against Ebola in West Africa, is now fighting the COVID-19 epidemic in New York City. We were asked to provide authentic coughing sounds, and were glad to participate in such a moving report, dedicated to the incredibly hard work of (…)
Global reaction to the Coughvid iniative
The Coughvid project has been making waves in technology media worldwide. There has been a Twitter storm, which over 500 tweets (you can follow us here), interviews on Swiss and US national radio, and articles written in a variety of languages. Below is a list of articles that show just some of the Coughvid impact (…)
Coughvid features on Swiss national radio
David Atienza has appeared on Radio Svizzera to answer questions about the Coughvid iniative, for the current affairs program Radiogiornale. Please click on CC for English subtitles.