Research at CDH is conducted through the Digital Humanities Institute (DHI), its laboratories and its research groups and projects.
CDH also runs the Collaborative Research on Science and Society (CROSS) program, which brings together researchers from EPFL and UNIL to address today’s key technological and societal challenges.
CDH also supports candidates who wish to apply to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) fellowships: Ambizione and Starting Grants.
Three new EPFL artists-in-residence chosen for 2023
The Artist-in-Residence (AiR) program of EPFL’s College of Humanities (CDH) is pleased to announce Rosa Menkman (the Netherlands), Sarah Oppenheimer (USA), and Gary Zhexi Zhang (China/UK) as the three artists selected for the 2023 call of Enter the Hyper-Scientific.
When scientific research explores artistic questions
From visual arts and sculpture to sound, film and puppetry, all projects led by the four artists in the College of Humanities Artist-in-Residence (AiR) program, ‘Enter the Hyper-Scientific’ started in the same way – and, indeed, in the same way as any scientific project: with a question.
Digital Humanities Institute (DHI)
World class interdisciplinary research in digital humanities with a local and global perspective
Research groups and projects
Discover the current research projects of the College of Humanities.
Collaborative Research on Science and Society (CROSS)
UNIL-EPFL research projects exploring contemporary socio-technical challenges