The Transportation Centre will help you to carry out a research or study thanks to the unique skills and expertise of EPFL scientists.
We can organise a conference or seminar with experts on a theme related to transport and mobility.
We offer tailor-made training with our experts, to keep your knowledge up to date in rapidly evolving fields.
Charging stations can combine hydrogen production and energy storage
EPFL scientists have developed a new system that addresses two top priorities of the energy transition: clean hydrogen production and large-scale energy storage. Their technology could be particularly useful in transportation applications.
3D modelling of the Flon river helps engineers plan a new metro line
Lausanne will soon be getting a new metro line, the m3, but question marks remain over the best way to build the tunnel at the Flon station – already one of the busiest metro stations in French-speaking Switzerland. Leona Repnik, who just graduated from EPFL with an environmental engineering degree, studied this problematic for her Master’s thesis and put forth a feasible solution to this complex problem.