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    18.04.17 — Research Office The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowships offer the opportunity for experienced researchers (PhD holders or those with four years of research experience) to secure their own funding via Individual Fellowships to support their research training and career development. Apply to this competitive grant! Read the whole article
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    18.04.17 — Languages Center Take advantage of the summer break to develop your language skills by following an intensive course at the EPFL Language Centre. Read the whole article
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    Campus Life

    18.04.17 — Sustainable campus From May 1 to 19, Sustainable Campus is inviting every collaborator to register to Act for Change - Staff challenge. Read the whole article
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    18.04.17 — Mediacom First-year architecture students have unveiled their vision of the house of the future: HOUSE 2. Entirely designed and constructed by the students, this wooden home will be open to passers-by in Zurich from 30 May to 15 June – in a premiere for EPFL. Read the whole article
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    14.04.17 — Resilient Steel Structures Laboratory Prof. Lignos organized a special session related to the stability of steel columns under cyclic loading as part of the 2017 Structures Congress. Read the whole article
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    14.04.17 — Resilient Steel Structures Laboratory Prof. Lignos gave an invited lecture at University of Colorado Boulder as part of the Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics Seminar Series. Read the whole article
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    14.04.17 — Resilient Steel Structures Laboratory Prof. Lignos gave an invited lecture in Futsu laboratory for research and development of Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal corporation (NSSMC).  Read the whole article
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    14.04.17 — Resilient Steel Structures Laboratory Professor Lignos attended Professor Masayoshi Nakashima's retirement ceremony in Kyoto University. Read the whole article
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    13.04.17 — Mediacom EPFL scientists have uncovered the hidden properties of titanium dioxide, one of the most promising materials for light-conversion technology. Read the whole article