Awards and prizes
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.
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.
Awards for the EPFL research community
Every year, EPFL awards several PhD students and postdocs; learn more about the EPFL Research Awards.
The Piaget Scientific Award is a prestigious fellowship organized by EPFL and sponsored by Piaget that aims at supporting outstanding and groundbreaking research in the broad field of miniaturization and microengineering.
The Rodolphe and Renée Haenny Foundation was created in 2001 with the objective of supporting research in the field of metallurgy and the material sciences, areas of great importance for technology and society.