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    Making approximate quantum dynamics more robust

    today - Laboratory of Computational Science and Modelling The most widely used approximate techniques to simulate quantum dynamical effecst for atomic nuclei (CMD and RPMD) exhibit major artefacts when simulating vibrational spectra of molecular compounds, particularly at low temperature. Recent methodological advances make it possible to fix these problems, extending the range of applicability of these simulations.

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    IDEAS Lunch | 03 December 2014

    today - Integrated Design Architecture and Sustainability The next IDEAS LUNCH will take place on Wednesday 03 December 2014 at 12:30 in the IDEAS space in LE building.

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    Some geographical notes on territory

    yesterday - Laboratory for architecture as form San Rocco 10: Ecology

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    EPFL's 2014 iGEM team wins gold medal

    yesterday - SV | Life Sciences The team from EPFL participating in the 2014 iGEM completion has been awarded a gold medal for their innovative Biopad design.

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    Best paper award

    yesterday - Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics Laboratory Congratulations to João Almeida

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    Extending the service life of cultural value

    yesterday - Laboratory of Maintenance and Safety of Structures

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    Journées Nationales du Réseau Doctoral en Micro-nanoélectronique

    26.11.14 - Research Office La 18ème édition des JNRDM aura lieu du 5 au 7 mai 2015 à Bordeaux (FR). Délai soumission de vos articles : 11.01.2015

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    New functionalities on it.epfl.ch!

    26.11.14 - Information Systems Within the framework of the ITIL project initiated by the VPSI, we are pleased to announce that the EPFL Information System portal has now been updated.

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    All Landau & Lifshitz in one click

    26.11.14 - Library The full course of Theoretical Physics in 10 volumes in now online.

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    Enabling Hearing impaired to locate the speaker

    26.11.14 - Mediacom New wireless microphones systems developed at EPFL should allow the hearing impaired to aurally identify, even with closed eyes, the location of the person speaking. This new technology will be used in classrooms and conference rooms for better sound quality.

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