For Start-ups and Students
Collaborate with us
More than 120 startups are based at the EPFL Innovation Park, contributing to the School’s dynamism. EPFL thus offers a unique ecosystem for budding entrepreneurs, from coaching and mentoring programmes, to incubators, accelerators, summer camps and various grants.
We help you navigate the world of research to tap into relevant science and technologies.
Access funding opportunities to support the development of your project.
We provide access to select community events with our network of experts, stakeholders and innovators.
We help you manage complex projects with multiple stakeholders from A to Z.
EPFL Spin-offs related to agri-food technologies
At EPFL, we build and support the companies, people, and technology that will change the way society works for the better. We offer funding, support and passion to EPFL entrepreneurs helping them bring their ideas to market.
EPFL strives to develop trainings, workshops and programmes adapted to the challenges of our time. You are studying at EPFL and interested in tackling the major challenges associated to food and nutrition? EPFL offers many opportunities to do so!
Students can benefit from Master courses. Amongst others, Prof. Blank focuses on the Chemistry of food processes and Prof. Sybesma teaches Food biotechnology. Prof. Fincoeur and Prof. Rezzi offer courses focused on Nutrition and how it affects Health.
If you are interested in running a specific research project on food and nutrition, the IFNC can help you identify Professors and Laboratories that have the expertise to make it happen. Get in touch with us to find out more!
The IFNC gives the students the opportunity to learn by doing and develop their entrepreneurial spirit through cross-disciplinary projects and collaborations with industry. Check out the IFNC members and partners webpage to find out more.
Where we contribute
Engineering & Processing
Metabolism & nutrition
Sensing & monitoring data
Machine learning & AI
Complex systems simulation
Robotics & photonics
Sensors & tracking
Christian Nils Schwab