College of Management of Technology

The College is dedicated to promoting research and teaching in the areas of Management Science and Finance with close ties to Engineering and Technology. It infuses an entrepreneurial spirit, encourages interdisciplinary partnerships, and takes a comprehensive approach to industrial issues and public policy.

Established in 2004, the College of Management of Technology’s mission is to create value for business and society by advancing the theory and practice of management, by facing industrial issues and public policy questions, and by educating responsible change makers.

The College leverages its location on a world-class STEM campus by offering unique teaching programs at the intersection of business and engineering, and by fostering impactful research. It seeks to provide a collaborative and respectful environment that nourishes bright minds and enables them to develop their full potential.



Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship Institute

The Management of Technology & Entrepreneurship Institute has been created to foster research and to offer strong programs in the fields of management of technology, entrepreneurship & public policy.


The Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL has been created to foster research in finance and to develop a strong offering of programs in finance and financial engineering at EPFL. The focus is on the areas within finance that have a natural interaction with mathematics, statistics, engineering, and science, namely, mathematical finance, financial econometrics, and entrepreneurial finance.

The Enterprise for Society Center (E4S) inspires economic and social transformation by producing, collecting and disseminating frontier research and science-backed evidence, with a view of helping enterprises and society develop practices, strategies and policies consistent with rising to the “grand challenges”, such as climate change, resource scarcity, social change, urbanization, or digitalization.


Master programs CDM

Our successful Master Programs prepare students for leading careers in academia and industry.

The Minor programs are offered to EPFL students with a Bachelor degree and who would like to complement their studies with key concepts & tools the College’s fields of expertise:

Doctoral programs CDM

Pursue an academic career and collaborate with researchers at the forefront of academic thinking in one of our two doctoral programs:

Executive Education CDM

The College offers several Executive Masters in the area of Management, Technology and Entrepreneurship as well as Certificates of Advanced Studies (CAS)


Bernoulli Center

New developments and challenges in Stochastic Partial Differential Equations


With: Format. The workshop includes the following four mini-courses: Mario Maurelli (University of Pisa): Regularisation by noise Felix Otto (MPI Leipzig): Regularity structures Hao Shen (University of Wisconsin – Madison): Stochastic quantisation Nikolaos Zygouras (University of Warwick): Critical SPDEs In addition, talks will be given by Leonie Canet (Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble Alpes) Sandra Cerrai (University of Maryland) Xue-Mei Li (EPFL) Dejun Luo (Chinese Academy of Sciences) Szymon Peszat (Jagiellonian University) Fabio Toninelli (TU Vienna) Rongchan Zhu (Beijing Institute of Technology) Xiangchan Zhu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Place and room: Bernoulli Center, GA 3 21
Category: Conferences – Seminars

Fullbright | Visiting Scholar Program


Category: Call for proposal

New developments and challenges in Stochastic Partial Differential Equations


With: The workshop includes mini-courses by Lubomir Banas (Bielefeld University): Numerical analysis of SPDEs; Benjamin Fehrman (Louisiana State University): The kinetic formulation of the skeleton equation and SPDEs of fluctuating hydrodynamics type; Julian Fischer (IST Austria): The Dean-Kawasaki equation; Benjamin Gess (Bielefeld University): From large deviations about porous media to PDEs with irregular coefficients, gradient flow structures, and SPDEs; Hendrik Weber (University of Münster): Large scale problems in singular SPDEs.  In addition, talks will be given by Yvain Bruned (Université de Lorraine); Seiichiro Kusuoka (Kyoto University); Khoa Le (University of Leeds); Lutz Weis (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie); Deng Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University).
Place and room: Bernoulli Center, GA 3 21
Category: Conferences – Seminars

Exploring Longevity in the Future of Health


Place and room: RLC E1 240
Category: Conferences – Seminars

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