Student Kreativity and Innovation Laboratory - SKIL
The Student Kreativity and Innovation Lab (SKIL) is an ENAC initiative, which aims at promoting a new culture at EPFL by encouraging student initiative, creativity, and interdisciplinarity in a workshop environment permitting the realization of hands-on projects. This workshop, officially inaugurated in September 2018, is intended mainly for ENAC students, but is also open to BA and MA students from across EPFL. It supports projects by groups or individual students who wish to develop their own ideas and require a practical learning space.
This section gathers the rules of safety and access to the SKIL, the equipment as well as the materials for sale in the SKIL., you can find information on access to the SKIL, the equipment and the price of the materials for sale.
This section gathers the different courses and credited projects that are supported or carried out in the SKIL.
This section gatherss all the non-credited student projects. From interdisciplinary projects to more personal projects and workshops.
The latest news
EPFL students design a rocket from scratch
Summer series–Student projects. Students on this year’s EPFL Rocket Team designed a rocket that’s three meters tall and weighs 23 kilograms. Dubbed Eiger, it took home fifth place in its category at the 2019 Spaceport America Cup.
Students turned wood pallets into furniture
A group of EPFL students who came together in the Student Kreativity and Innovation Lab (SKIL) has created a catalog of designs for turning wood pallets into furniture. With support from Act 4 Change Lab, the students will have a chance to see their project carried to fruition this fall on the EPFL campus.
A competition to design a sustainable Olympic Village for the future
On 3–4 May, EPFL will host a competition where students from universities around the world will have 24 hours to design an innovative and environmentally friendly Olympic Village drawing on various academic disciplines. This event is being held in partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC).