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    The oscillator that could makeover the mechanical watch

    today - Mediacom For the first time in 200 years the heart of the mechanical watch has been reinvented, thereby improving precision and autonomy while making the watch completely silent. EPFL researchers have developed an oscillator that turns continuously in one direction, eliminating one of the crucial mechanisms of traditional watches.

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    WEB - New website for the repro print center

    today - Information Systems The EPFL print center has a brand new website and url address. Don't forget to update your bookmarks to avoid any misunderstanding the day you will need the Repro team to bind a brochure or print a poster.

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    Two presentations at the IMP conference in Bordeaux

    yesterday - Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Simone Voldrich, Bernard Calisti together with their PhD advisor Prof. Philippe Wieser have presented two papers at the last IMP conference that took place in Bordeaux on September 3-5.

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    Geotechnical Engineering

    15.09.14 - Soil Mechanics Laboratory Prof. Lyesse Laloui has recently edited a new book entitled "Bio- and Chemo- Mechanical Processes in Geotechnical Engineering".

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    Best Paper Prize for Devis Tuia et al. at PCV-ECCV in Zürich !

    15.09.14 - Geographic Information Systems Laboratory Devis Tuia from LaSIG, and co-authors, were awarded an honorable mention Best Paper Prize at the ISPRS mid-term Symposium "Photogrammetric Computer Vision" (PCV) held in conjuction with the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) in Zurich, Switzerland.

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    GDR Robotique Thesis Price

    15.09.14 - NCCR-Robotics Séverin Lemaignan (CHILI) was awarded the 2012 GDR Robotique Thesis Prize for his PhD work which forms a basis for his NCCR Postdoc.

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    OPEN RESEARCH DATA: THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE

    15.09.14 - Library The EPFL library is pleased to invite you to an event that will focus on: OPEN RESEARCH DATA: THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE. Tuesday 28 October 2014, Forum Rolex, from 9am until 6pm. Free admission but registration required.

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    V. Panaretos and S. Lacour selected as Young Scientists by WEF

    15.09.14 - Prizes and awards Victor Panaretos and Stéphanie Lacour have been selected as two of the “40 extraordinary scientists under the age of 40” in the 2014 World Economic Forum.

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    Stéphanie Lacour selected as Young Scientist by World Economic Forum

    15.09.14 - Center for Neuroprosthetics Prof Stéphanie Lacour has been selected as one of the “40 extraordinary scientists under the age of 40” in the 2014 World Economic Forum.

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    Starting of the design studio entitled SUBURBAN LANDSCAPE

    15.09.14 - Laboratory of Architecture and Sustainable Technologies By an approach at different levels of intervention - from urban design to constructive detail - Prof. Emmanuel Rey's studio aims at analyzing, exploring and experimenting the specific issues related to the contribution of the architectural project to the evolution of built environment towards sustainability, in particular in the perspective of an urban densification near public transport and an experimentation of new constructive approaches. Entitled SUBURBAN LANDSCAPE, the studio will explore during this academic year 2014-2015 the development of a new suburban neighborhood located in the West Lausanne.

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