CDH sits at the crossroads of science, technology and the humanities. We offer academic programs in topics related to the human and social sciences (SHS) and the digital humanities.
- Classes in the human and social sciences (SHS) – A range of nearly 150 classes available to EPFL Bachelor’s and Master’s students. About 20 SHS courses are also open to UNIL students.
- TILT courses, an integral part of the SHS program, this pedagogical initiative with UNIL brings a new type of teaching to the SHS program.
- Master’s of Science in Digital Humanities – A top-tier degree program that applies methods from data science to the humanities
- Digital Humanities Doctoral Program – For students attract by research in one of the many fields of Digital Humanities
- Semester projects – Student projects conducted at CDH labs
- Field projects – A unique learning opportunity where students can obtain practical, first-hand experience
“Research and Practice are Intricately Intertwined”
Dr. Roland Tormey will continue to combine research into engineering education with hands-on support in his new appointment as a Senior Scientist in the College of Humanities.
Future workers on the future of work
On June 1st, students from EPFL and HEC Lausanne will lead a public debate on how technology is transforming the world of work. Four subjects will be debated: automation and the ‘useless class,’ recruitment using AI, the confrontation of human and technological capacities, and the use of software as a service.
A range of nearly 150 classes available to EPFL Bachelor’s and Master’s students.
A top-tier degree program that applies methods from data science to the humanities.
For students attract by research in one of the many fields of Digital Humanities.
The CDH laboratories offer a whole series of semester projects to EPFL students.
Field projects give students a unique learning opportunity where they can obtain practical, first-hand experience.
From the autumn semester 2020, the CDH launches a joint course offer between UNIL and EPFL open to students from both campuses.