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27.11.17 - At the third edition of "My Thesis in 180 Seconds" competition finale at EPFL held on November 21, Bahar Haghighat wins the 3rd prize of the jury​

At the EPFL’s final contest of My Thesis in 180 Seconds (MT180) held on November 21st 2017 in the Rolex Learning Center, Bahar Haghighat a senior PhD student at DISAL, managed to impress the jury panel comprising scientists, journalists and technology transfer experts, and to take home the 3rd place title. Bahar had also made it to the final contest of MT180 at EPFL in 2016, but she had to withdraw as she was attending a conference at the time of the contest back in 2016. This year, within the allotted 180 seconds, Bahar described the impact of her research on the floating self-assembling Lily robotic modules by highlighting the difficulties of nano-scale assembly as well as various aspects of her research approach and experiments.

Author:Zeynab TalebpourSource:Distributed Intelligent Systems and Algorithms Laboratory
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