The SIE/ENAC Project is a research project to be conducted under the supervision of a professor(s) or of an EPFL lecturer(s).
The “SIE/ENAC project” component is a mandatory component to be fulfilled during the M2 or M3 semester.
The ENAC project deals with interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary topics related to SIE or ENAC fields. This project can either be carried out by a SIE student or by a group of two students from different ENAC sections. In the latter case, the project should be co-supervised by IIE professors and by professors of different sections depending on the topic.
The SIE Project is specifically in the SIE field under the supervision of one professor. The project is typically carried out individually, unless the laboratory or field work requires the participation of two people.
The work can be comprised of a pre-study for the master thesis/project. It can also be an opportunity for one or several students to gain more in-depth knowledge in a particular environmental subject of field.
For more information, read the guide for the SIE/ENAC project and the ENAC projects (semester projects and master projects).
There is no automatic enrollment, each student MUST register on IS-Academia. It’s not possible to unsubscribe.
- A “portal of projects” is accessible to any student in SIE, in secure access via IS-Academia http://is-academia.epfl.ch/page-6232.html. Butyou must contactthe teacher in chargeof the projecteven after registration inthe “Portal”.
- Please also have a look at the research projets listed on the IIE labs web sites and contact the professor if the domain interest you.
- You can also submit a draft to be discussed and approved by the teacher.
The work must be handed in to the teachers at the latest one week after the end of the semester: Friday 10th January 2020 (Fall semester Projects) and Friday 5th June 2020 (Spring semester projects).
The teacher must send the grades to the Registrar’s Office before Monday 27th January 2020 (noon) and Monday 22nd June 2020 (noon) respectively for the Fall and Spring semester.
However, according to the constraints of teachers, other deadlines will be set after discussion student-learning, to ensure that evaluation are made in a timely manner to SAC.