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    26.09.18 — Institute of Mechanical Engineering Flame and thermoacoustic dynamics in gas turbine combustors Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Institute of Mechanical Engineering By combining the theory of incompatible elastic sheets with chemical analysis we introduce a new paradigm for the modeling and analysis of nano-scale self-assembled solid sheets. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology The LNB team will present two talks and five posters at the AIChE Annual Meeting 2018, Pittsburgh, PA from the 28th of October to the 2nd November. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology Vitalijs Zubkovs, Alice Gillen, Alessandra Antonucci and Shang-Jung Wu presented posters at the SCS Fall Meeting 2018. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Solar Energy and Building Physics Laboratory Congratulations to A.T.D. Perera, Silvia Coccolo, Jean-Louis Scartezzini and Dasaraden Mauree, winners of 2017 Applied Energy ICEA outstanding paper award. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — SB | Basic Sciences Professors Rainer Beck and Christoph Bostedt, at EPFL’s Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, have been elected Fellows of the American Physical Society. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Center for Neuroprosthetics Prof Dimitri Van De Ville gave an interview to the Swiss Radio RTS on Sept 20th to explain his research work on neurofeedback treatment of tinnitus. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Library EPFL Library, in conjunction with the Language Centre, provides you with languages methods in German, English, French and Italian to consolidate your language skills. Read the whole article
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    26.09.18 — Mediacom Two EPFL researchers have just published a book highlighting the need for cities to adopt adequate governance mechanisms for their transportation systems. That will let them leverage and regulate the potential of modern – i.e., shared, automated, electric and fully integrated – mobility solutions. Read the whole article
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    25.09.18 — Urban Sociology Laboratory In a debate on RTS, Vincent Kaufmann, EPFL urban sociology laboratory director , looks back on the success of the Lausanne M2 metro for its tenth anniversary. An opportunity to discuss the future of mobility in the capital, and in particular the next major projects such as the M3 metro and the tram. Read the whole article