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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Astrophysical applications of gravitationally lensed quasars : from dark matter halos to the structure of quasar accretion disks. Thesis EPFL, no 4235 (2008). Dir.: Prof. Georger Meylan Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Geometry-aware analysis of high-dimensional visual information sets. Thèse EPFL, no 4296 (2008). Dir.: Prof. Pascal Frossard. Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Ben Jamaa Mohamed Haykel's scientific work is (according to the opinion of the jury) ranking among the best 3 % PhD theses awarded by EPFL in 2009. Thesis EPFL, no 4477 (2009). Dirs.: Prof. G. De Micheli and Prof. Y. Leblebici. Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Dorsaz Nicolas' scientific work is (according to the opinion of the jury) ranking among the best 3 % PhD theses awarded by EPFL in 2009. Thesis EPFL, no 4375 (2009). Dirs.: Prof. Alfonso Baldereschi and Prof. Giuseppe Foffi. Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Eva Kirkby's scientific work is (according to the opinion of the jury) ranking among the best 3 % PhD theses awarded by EPFL in 2009. Thesis EPFL, no 4409 (2009). Dirs.: Prof. J.-A. E. Månson and Prof. V. Michaud. Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Korada Satish Babu's scientific work is (according to the opinion of the jury) ranking among the best 3 % PhD theses awarded by EPFL in 2009. Thesis EPFL, no 4461 (2009). Dirs.: Prof. R. Urbanke and Prof. N. Macris. Read the whole article
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    31.12.10 — Prizes and awards Beyeler Antoine's scientific work is (according to the opinion of the jury) ranking among the best 3 % PhD theses awarded by EPFL in 2009. Thesis EPFL, n° 4456 (2009). Dirs.: Prof. D. Floreano and Prof. J.-C. Zufferey. Read the whole article
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    27.12.10 — Mediacom 2010 will certainly go down in history as an important year for the school. News worthy events, both big and small, have come and gone at an unheard of rhythm – some of them spread around the world while others went unnoticed. All of these news items make up EPFL’s identity; an educational motor for young engineers, an important player in international scientific research and a living entity in constant contact with the surrounding world. With this “Best Of 2010” we wanted to trace an otherwise disparate continuity of events and, at the same time take the opportunity to wish you an excellent end of the year holiday season. We look forward to seeing you next year to continue the adventure. Read the whole article
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    24.12.10 — Mediacom Is the Christmas star, that is believed to have guided the Three Kings to Jesus, a scientific reality? And how might it help us to determine Christ’s birth date? Read the whole article
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    23.12.10 — Mediacom The Lake Geneva region is experiencing considerable demographic and economic growth, as those who travel by car or train every day will have noticed. The Federal Roads Office (Ofrou) is forecasting a 30% increase in traffic by 2030. What solutions exist? Interview with Pierre Dessemontet, geographer at EPFL. Read the whole article