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    Campus Life

    17.11.10 — Mediacom The Module, a very unusual structure, offers an astonishing experience to visitors to the EPFL library Read the whole article
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    17.11.10 — Civil Engineering Professor L. Laloui, director of the Soil Mechanics Laboratory (LMS), joined the Editorial Board of Acta Geotechnica. Read the whole article
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    Research

    17.11.10 — ENAC | Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering A new article published by the Urban and Regional Planning Community (CEAT) proposes a classification method for Albanian communes based on the 2001 Population and Housing Census results. This classification provides a tool for territorial analyses and policy evaluation, as well as for urban and regional planning. Read the whole article
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    17.11.10 — Institute of Bioengineering The Swiss Cancer League's CHF 100,000 Robert Wenner Award goes to Melody Swartz, Full Professor at the Institute of Bioengineering (IBI). Read the whole article
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    17.11.10 — Research Office Projects Insect Vision: A Few Tricks to Regulate Flight Altitude. Read the whole article
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    16.11.10 — IC | Computer and Communication Sciences Prof Sabine Süsstrunk and her group at the Image and Visual Representation Group recently received two awards. Read the whole article
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    16.11.10 — IC | Computer and Communication Sciences Prof Wulfram Gerstner from the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory received a senior ERC award, bringing the total number of ERC awards for the IC faculty to two in 2010 and six overall. Congratulations to Wulfram! Read the whole article
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    16.11.10 — Transportation Center Track maintenance can now be better optimized, thanks to more precise analysis techniques and software development. Read the whole article
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    16.11.10 — Research Office Projects A Platform for In-Vivo Multi-Path Analysis of Software Systems. Read the whole article
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    16.11.10 — Mediacom Imagine a computer equipped with shock-proof memory that’s 100,000 times faster and consumes less power than current hard disks.Professor Mathias Kläui from EPFL and PSI is working on a new kind of “Racetrack” memory, a high-volume, ultra-rapid non-volatile read-write magnetic memory that was invented at IBM and may soon make such a creature possible. Read the whole article