Semester projects

DH students starting as of 2022/23 academic year can do a semester project (12 ECTS) as part of their options group.

The duration of semester projects is 14 weeks.

See list of projects below.

Deadlines and information

Delivery of the report to the lab05.01.2024
Grades to be handed-in to the Registrar’s office12.02.2024
Delivery of the report to the lab07.06.2024
Grades to be handed-in to the Registrar’s office15.07.2024
Duration of project: 14 weeks with 18 hours of work per week
Preparation: 30 hours before start of semester
Report writing and presentation: 30 hours after the end of the semester
Information on the format and the content of the report is provided by the project supervisor
Total workload: 312 hours of work for 12 credits
As per EPFL rules, ECTS credited semester projects are not remunerated

Instructions for registration to a semester project

  • Visit the websites of the different laboratories and groups listed below to find proposed projects
  • Reserve your project with the professor in charge
  • Discuss your project with the professor and the assistant in charge of the project
  • When things are settled with the professor and the assistant in charge of the project, register in IS-Academia
  • Contact the Professor in charge of the project to ensure the project is available and can be done by you
  • If the Professor agrees, please send the link of the project to the DH Section to obtain authorization for the semester project
  • Once you receive the authorization from the DH Section, please register in IS-Academia
  • Register your project in IS-Academia from the opening of the registrations as per Registrar’s office academic calendar (please mention two supervisors in the “teacher” field if needed)
  • Important: the registration in IS-Academia is the only official registration that will be considered for the semester project

Available projects

Professor: Martin Rohrmeier

All projects offered at DCML are listed here

Contact: Dr. Yannis Ramos

All projects can adapted to a semester project or a Master project

Project: Exploring the future of Classical Music

Persons in charge: Mathieu Salzmann & Delphine Ribes (EPFL+ECAL Lab) + Cedric Duchene (EPFL+ECAL Lab)

Link to project page

Contact: Mathieu Salzmann