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    yesterday — IC in the news Professor Serge Vaudenay of the Security and Cryptography Laboratory gives his opinion on the cost of a computer scientist specialized in cyber crime. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Signal Processing Laboratory 4 Alhussein and Seyed in the news!  Read the whole article
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    yesterday — Institute of Physics The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) has awarded a professorship to Dr. Christophe Galland, Ambizione fellow in the Laboratory of Photonics and Quantum Measurements, for his project ‘Quantum dynamics of phonons in nanostructures and molecules’. Read the whole article
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    yesterday — SV | Life Sciences The Swiss Foundation for Tuberculosis Research has given their annual award to Paul Murima (EPFL) for his work on M. tuberculosis. The award is shared with Michael Zimmermann from ETHZ. Read the whole article
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    22.03.17 — IC - Internships Six month internship at Pixar Annimation Studios in California, USA Read the whole article
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    22.03.17 — IC - Internships Summer internship at Microsoft Inc., Seatle, USA Read the whole article
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    22.03.17 — Microsystems Laboratory Congratulations to Marco Grisi and co-authors for their publication in Scientific Reports entitled "NMR spectroscopy of single sub-nL ova with inductive ultra-compact single-chip probes". Read the whole article
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    22.03.17 — Global Health Institute Suzanne is an administrative assistant and has just joined Prof. Stewart Cole's (UPCOL) and Prof. John McKinney's (UPKIN) labs. Read the whole article
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    22.03.17 — Mediacom “Is this your sister?” That’s the kind of question asked by image-recognition systems, which are becoming increasingly prevalent in our everyday devices. They may soon be used for tumor detection and genomics, too. These systems rely on what is known as “deep-learning” architectures – an exciting new development in artificial learning. But EPFL researchers have revealed just how sensitive these systems actually are: a tiny universal perturbation applied across an image can throw off even the most sophisticated algorithms. Read the whole article
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    21.03.17 — Library The EPFL Library's fund provides a financial support for Open Access Conference publication. Read the whole article