Conferences - Seminars

26MAY
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Owing to their high surface areas, tunable pore dimensions, and adjustable surface functionality, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) can offer advantages for a variety of gas storage and gas separation applications. In an effort to help curb greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, we are developing new MOFs for use as solid adsorbents in post- and pre-combustion ... Read more about "Gas Separations in Metal-Organic Frameworks"
By Prof. Jeffrey R. Long
Departments of Chemistry and Chemical & ...
29MAY
02JUN
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  08:00-17:00 BI A0 448

This conference is the last major event of the program “Stochastic dynamical models in mathematical finance, econometrics, and actuarial sciences”. Some of the top researchers in the fields represented in the semester will present their results. The speakers will cover a wide range of topics including stochastic calculus and processes, continuous and discrete time models ... Read more about "Final Conference - Stochastic Dynamical Models in Mathematical Finance, Econometrics, and Actuarial Sciences"
By     Speakers list includes:
Hansjoerg Albrecher
Francesco Audrino
Giovanni Barone Adesi ...
29MAY
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Of all the thermodynamic variables, our theoretical methods have the greatest control over pressure. The foundation of modern density functional based total energy methods rests on early studies on the behaviour of crystals under pressure. High pressure experiments are, however, far from straightforward. These experiments typically involve only small quantities of the sample of interest. ... Read more about "High pressure physics - a gift to theory"
By Prof. Chris Pickard, Cambridge University UK
29MAY
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SEMINAR SERIES : Trends in Physiology and Metabolism (Bio-682) Abstract: One of the fundamental tenants of biology tells us that DNA is transcribed into RNA, which is translated into protein, which affect the levels of the metabolites which carry out cellular actions. Microarrays and nucleotide sequencing technologies have made the measurement of DNA and RNA ... Read more about "Making Use of 'Omics: From Systems Genetics to Cell Biology"
By Evan WILLIAMS ETH Zürich, Switzerland
29MAY
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Over the past few years, Wikidata – Wikipedia sister’s project and the free knowledge base that anyone can edit – has been adopted by a growing number of communities of practice and scientific groups as their infrastructure of choice. In this talk, I will show how expert communities, volunteers and algorithms are collaborating to build ... Read more about "Connecting the sum of all human knowledge, one edit at a time"
By Dario Taraborelli, Head of Research at the Wikimedia Foundation
29MAY
  16:15-17:30 BC 420

Par : Jean-Pascal Pfister and Arko Ghosh - ETH, University of Zurich Abstract : Discovering the fundamental principles that govern human behavior is a major and exciting challenge. The rise of smartphones has created unprecedented opportunities for cognitive neuroscience to study unconstrained human behavior reversing the traditional focus on highly artificial laboratory experiments. For theoretical ... Read more about "IC Colloquium : To tap or not to tap: Theoretical and cognitive neurosciences to explain smartphone behaviour"
29MAY
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By Prof. Shizhang Qiao, Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ...
29MAY
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  17:15-18:15 BI A0 448

We show the existence of independent random matching of a large population in a continuous-time dynamical system, where the matching intensities could be general non-negative jointly continuous functions on the space of type distributions and the time line. In particular, we construct a continuum of independent continuous-time Markov processes that is derived from random mutation, ... Read more about "Bernoulli Lecture - Continuous-time random matching"
By Darrell Duffie (Stanford University)
30MAY
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The conference is part of the NCCR lecture series hosted by NCCR junior scientists. The conference is followed by a workshop on “Debugging and Evolving Artificial Metalloenzymes: Chemical and Biological Challenges” given by Prof. Thomas Ward and Dr. Tillmann Heinisch, senior researcher in the Ward group, to provide insights into theoretical and practical aspects of ... Read more about "Endowing Organometallic Chemistry with a Genetic Memory"
By Thomas R. Ward, Professor at UniBas and Director of NCCR ...
30MAY
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Abstract: Remote sensing of water quality works well in clear open ocean waters where the only optically active substance in water is phytoplankton. Other optically active substances – coloured dissolved organic matter (CDOM) and suspended solids, are mainly phytoplankton degradation products and therefore in correlation with phytoplankton biomass, usually expressed as concentration of chlorophyll-a. Coastal ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Remote sensing of optically complex inland and coastal waters""
30MAY
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  16:15-18:00 BCH 1103

The workshop is associated with the NCCR lecture series hosted by NCCR junior scientists to provide insights into theoretical and practical aspects of artificial enzyme catalysis. Extended time for discussion will allow sharing on these issues. Please register here (deadline May 19). Limited number of seats! The workshop follows the talk given by Thomas R. ... Read more about "Workshop: "Debugging and Evolving Artificial Metalloenzymes: Chemical and Biological Challenges""
By Thomas R. Ward, Professor at the University of Basel and ...
31MAY
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  10:30-13:00 BM 5202

Urbanism as heritage, urbanism as public memory: an ongoing research on La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle by Filippo De Pieri Alternative modernity: silent departures that contemporary Chinese architecture takes by Zhang Li Two public lectures in the framework of the Institute for Area and Global Studies and the EDAR course on the study of urban ... Read more about "Memory and the city"
By Filippo De Pieri, Politecnico di Torino and Zhang Li, Tsinghua ...
31MAY
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Understanding synaptic structure, function, connectivity and plasticity is fundamental to understanding how the brain works. Synaptic plasticity is fundamental for learning and memory formation where neurons are able to shape their length, structure and distribution of synapses thus accommodating local synaptic activity. Under pathological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, uncontrolled large-scale loss of synapses triggers ... Read more about "BMI Seminar // Molecular architecture of synapses in situ by cryo-electron tomography"
By Ashraf Al-Amoudi, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Bonn, Germany  
31MAY
  14:00-16:00 INR 212

EDIC Candidacy Exam Exam president: Prof. Alcherio Martinoli Thesis advisor: Prof. Boi Faltings Co-examiner: Prof. Patrick Thiran Abstract Ad-hoc multi-agent coordination is a relatively new research area, recently introduced in the seminal work of Stone et al. [Stone 2010]. Recent advances in domains such as Autonomous Agents, Intelligent Robotics, Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems ... Read more about "Ad-hoc Coordination in Anonymous Games"
By Panayiotis Danassis
31MAY
  14:15-15:15 CH B3 31

Abstract: Families of automorphic forms have seen a lot of interest over recent years. An approach to study them is through their Hecke eigenvalues. In this talk I want to explain current and recent work on the distribution of those eigenvalues in families of spherical automorphic forms. (Joint work with T. Finis and N. Templier.) Read more about "Quantitative distribution of Hecke eigenvalues for simple groups"
By Jasmin Matz (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
31MAY
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  16:30-17:30 BCH 2201

The first principles computation of materials properties was once restricted to the investigation of a few structures at a time. The dramatic growth in the availability of computational resources now allows many thousands of computations to be performed independently and at the same time. One use of this power is to screen for novel or ... Read more about "Structure prediction and computational materials discovery"
By Prof. Chris Pickard
University of Cambridge
UK
31MAY
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By Prof. Antonio M. Echavarren, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia ...
01JUN
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  12:00-13:00 Nanolive SA, Batiment L ground floor

Riken and Nanolive seminar - Cells in 3D Nanolive SA invites you to its first lunch seminar given by one of the first users of the 3D Cell Explorer: the group of Professor Tsutomu Masujima from RIKEN, Japan. The talk will be about: “Absolute quantitation of a single cancer cell by live single cell mass ... Read more about "Riken and Nanolive seminar - Cells in 3D"
By Group of Professor Tsutomu Masujima from RIKEN (Japan)
01JUN
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ChE-602 - Recent Events in Energy seminar series Nanoclusters are today of widespread use in various applications, ranging from medicine, to memory storage, optics, plasmonics, and catalysis. Such a wide range of applications is possible because of a large variety of their peculiar chemophysical properties can be tuned by playing with size and chemical composition ... Read more about "Being a "nano-Valentino" : towards a rational design of metallic nanoparticles"
By Prof. Francesca Baletto
King's College London, UK
01JUN
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Biography Robert Engle, the Michael Armellino Professor of Management and Financial Services at New York University Stern School of Business, was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Economics for his research on the concept of autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (ARCH). Professor Engle is an expert in time series analysis with a long-standing interest in the analysis ... Read more about "Bernoulli Lecture - Systemic Risk with Endogenous Cycles"
By Robert Engle (New York University Stern School of Business)
01JUN
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  17:30-19:30 SV 1717

We are delighted to invite you to the roundtable event “From Bench to Market: How to launch a biotech startup”, which will introduce you, young researchers and scientists-entrepreneursto the first steps in entrepreneurship and allow discussing more openly the important topics concerning company creation. The event will comprise of the roundtable presentations and open discussions ... Read more about "From bench to market: how to launch a biotech startup"
By A wide range of experts in the domain
Speakers:
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02JUN
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  10:30-12:00 Unil, Extranef building, room 126

This paper explores whether affine models with volatility jumps estimated on intradaily S&P 500 futures data over 1983-2008 can capture major daily outliers such as the 1987 stock market crash. I find that intradaily jumps in futures prices are typically small, and that self-exciting but short-lived volatility spikes capture intradaily and daily returns better. Multifactor ... Read more about "How Crashes Develop: Intradaily Volatility and Crash Evolution"
By David BATES (Iowa University)
02JUN
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In the last twenty years or so a number of fractional integral transforms have been introduced, some are purely mathematical and some have practical applications, especially in signal processing and optics. In this talk we introduce some of these fractional integral transforms, in particular, fractional Fourier transforms and their properties and then discuss their relationship ... Read more about "Fractional Integral transforms and Time-Frequency Representations"
By Prof. Ahmed I. Zayed, Department of Mathematical Sciences, DePaul University ...
02JUN
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Papers for Phd Students : Parathyroid Hormone Directs Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Cell Fate Region-specific variation in the properties of skeletal adipocytes reveals regulated and constitutive marrow adipose tissues Bone marrow adipose tissue is an endocrine organ that contributes to increased circulating adiponectin during caloric restriction Read more about "New concepts about an old phenotype"
02JUN
  12:15-13:15 GCB330

Abstract: The Portuguese coast is highly energetic. For that reason, engineering research is quite active in developing solutions for solving problems related with harbor safety and coastal defense, to protect assets, coastal areas and population. Lessons from the deployment of classical protection solutions are being used to develop new soft protection techniques, by means of ... Read more about "RECENT ADVANCES AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES IN COASTAL ENGINEERING AND MARINE ENERGY CONVERSION"
By Prof. Dr Francisco Taveira-Pinto, Faculty of Engineering, Hydraulics, Water Resources ...
02JUN
  12:30-13:30 SV.1717

During the past 10 years mammalian adipose tissue biology has received considerable attention. Major progress was made in elucidating the developmental origin of adipocytes, the hetero­geneity and functional plasticity of adipose tissues, and the metabolic activity of human adipose tissues. In addition to heat dissipation in brown fat, the formation of thermogenic brown-like adipocytes can ... Read more about "Heating and eating: A role of brown fat in the control of food intake"
By Prof. Dr. Martin Klingenspor
Chair of Molecular Nutritional Medicine, Technical ...
02JUN
  14:00-16:00 CO 121

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Robert West Thesis advisor: Prof. Karl Aberer Co-examiner: Prof. Pierre Dillenbourg Abstract Personalized recommendation has become a crucial aspect of many information systems, as it increases content visibility, creates users engagement and facilitates navigation. With their growing presence and the broadening of their applications, recommender systems are exposed to ... Read more about "Weak Signals from the Web: New Perspectives in Collaborative Filtering"
By Jérémie Rappaz
02JUN
By Etudiants de Master, 1e année SIE
02JUN
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I will discuss the arithmetic of cubic surfaces and show how the arithmetic of Mordell curves allows one to say something unconditional about the existence of rational points on a family of cubic surfaces. Read more about "NTD 2017 - Many cubic surfaces contain rational points"
By Prof. Timothy D. Browning (University of Bristol)
02JUN
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Given a smooth family of quasiprojective complex varieties $f:X \rightarrow S$, one would like to understand the locus of points $s \in S$ whose fiber $X_s$ admits more Hodge classes than the very general fiber. In this talk I will describe a general conjecture (and some results) concerning this locus in terms of exceptional intersections. ... Read more about "NTD 2017 - Hodge theory and atypical intersections"
By Prof. Bruno Klingler (Université Paris Diderot)
03JUN
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  09:30-10:30 CE 2

(Joint work with Daniel Loughran.) Given a family of varieties over Q, we consider the problem of counting the number of varieties in this family which have a rational point. For suitable families over P^1, we will show how to obtain correct order lower bounds for this counting problem and thereby answer a question of ... Read more about "NTD 2017 - Multiplicative functions and rational points in families of varieties"
By Prof. Lilian Matthiesen (KTH)
03JUN
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  11:00-12:00 CE 2

This talk will describe ongoing joint work, and some progress, with M. Dimitrov on the expected paucity of rational points on Picard modular surfaces of large level. There is an analytic component which involves non-vanishing of L-values and a geometric component involving intersections. Read more about "NTD 2017 - Rational Points on Picard modular surfaces, and non-vanishing of L-values"
By Prof. Dinakar Ramakrishnan (Caltech)
05JUN
22JUN
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  21:00-22:30 Esplanade

This year's exam session Coincides with the month of Ramdan, so many Muslim students will be fasting during the day while preparing for exams. The GMU (Groupe Musulman Universitaire) have decided to help them by serving the breakfast (IFTAR) on campus so that they profit fully from their time in preparing the exams. Read more about "Ramadan breakfast"
06JUN
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IMT Distinguished Lecture Abstract: Federico Faggin will describe his life experience and the major lessons learned in his long career as researcher, inventor, engineer, and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley where he has been living since 1968. Faggin will also illustrate his current efforts to understand the nature of consciousness, to which he is bringing a ... Read more about "From Computers to Consciousness"
06JUN
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DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING (sandwiches served) Bio: Dr. Sabatini obtained both his MD and his Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, where he worked with Solomon Snyder on the discovery of mTOR and mTOR kinetics. Following his graduation, he was appointed a Whitehead Fellow in 1997. In 2002 he became ... Read more about "Title to be announced"
By Prof. David M. Sabatini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA ...
06JUN
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  12:15-13:30 SV1717

BIOENGINEERING SEMINAR Abstract: The field of immuno-engineering has vastly expanded the last decade and offers new avenues for the treatment of infectious diseases and cancer. My research group works at the interface between life sciences and materials chemistry with a special interest in polymer chemistry, nanotechnology and immunology. In my talk, I will give an ... Read more about "Engineering the Immune System with Synthetic Nanomaterials"
By Prof. Bruno De Geest, Ghent University (B)
07JUN
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By Matthias LENGA (University of Kiel)
07JUN
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  11:00-12:00 Campus Biotech H8 Auditorium

DISTINGUISHED LECTURES in NEUROPROSTHETICS Bilateral damage to human prefrontal cortex results in a profound disintegration in goal-directed behavior. We employ the superb spatial-temporal dynamics of cortical intracranial recording (electrocorticography; ECoG) and intracortical depth recording (stereoencephalography; SEEG) to obtain neurophysiological insights into how prefrontal cortex enables human cognition. High frequency band neural activity (HFB; 70-200 Hz) ... Read more about "Frontal Cortex and Human Behavior: a View From Direct Brain Recordings"
By Prof. Robert T. Knight, University of California, USA.
07JUN
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  12:15-13:15 SV1717

To make sense of the world around us, the brain must discriminate stimuli that are structured in space and time. In the tactile system, information about the identity of a stimulus is collected as a series of events (contacts, vibrations…) concatenated over time. The ability to encode individual events faithfully and precisely is central to ... Read more about "BMI Seminar // Analysing neuronal response dynamics and heterogeneity in the rodent whisker syste"
By Miguel Maravall, Sussex Neuroscience, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
08JUN
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  09:30-17:00 SwissTech Convenition Center

Frontiers of Visual Computing Visual computing is an emerging field that aims to develop theoretical foundations and computational models to capture, transform, and synthesize visual information including images, videos, geometric shapes, and other types of unstructured data. The field has seen tremendous theoretical and algorithmic breakthroughs over the last decade that will fundamentally change the ... Read more about "IC Research Day"
By Maneesh Agrawala, Stanford University - for further information, click here  Sylvain ...
08JUN
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ChE-602 - Recent Events in Energy seminar series Environmental concerns and the urgent need for decarbonization are driving the transformation of the global energy system. Research in the Division 'Energy and Environment' of the Paul Scherrer Institute focuses on Energy System Integration as a key concept for achieving the goals. Energy harvesting from renewables, centralized ... Read more about "Options for Energy Transition"
By Prof. Alexander Wokaun
Vice Director of the Paul Scherrer Institute ...
09JUN
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By Kent DANIEL (Columbia University)
09JUN
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  11:00-12:00 SV 1717

Papers for PhD Students : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867412005089 http://www.biochemsoctrans.org/content/42/4/717.long http://emboj.embopress.org/content/35/8/831.long Read more about "Linking genome instability to innate immune activation"
10JUN
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  10:00-17:00 smart living lab

The solar-powered house that will compete in the USA opens its doors on Saturday, 10th June. The NeighborHub, a solar-powered house that was entirely designed and built by students, will soon be ready for transport to the United States for the international Solar Decathlon 2017, which will be held in October. Before it begins its ... Read more about "Solar Decathlon"
12JUN
13JUN
  Hôtel Royal Savoy Lausanne

More details to come very soon. Read more about "EcoCloud Annual Event 2017"
12JUN
  14:00-16:00 INJ 322

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Volkan Cevher Thesis advisor: Prof. Martin Jaggi Co-examiner: Prof. Boi Faltings Abstract The recent tremendous success of unsupervised word embeddings in a multitude of applications raises the obvious question if similar methods could be derived to improve embeddings (i.e. semantic representations) of word sequences as well. We plan to ... Read more about "Unsupervised and semi-supervised embeddings for word sequences"
By Prakhar Gupta
13JUN
14JUN
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  09:00-17:00 BI A0 398

Bien des professionnels reconnus se trouvent régulièrement freinés par le petit Imposteur qui sommeille en eux : insatisfaction ; doutes chroniques; peurs irraisonnées du jugement. Même à l’âge adulte, on peut renforcer, réparer, protéger une estime de soi défaillante et gagner en liberté. Read more about "Formation "Renforcer son estime de soi""
By Fabienne Brügger
13JUN
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  16:30-17:30 BCH 2201

It is well known that the rate of redox reactions can be manipulated by means of an electrical potential gradient. However, in this talk we will show that electrostatic catalysis is also a practical possibility for manipulating non-redox processes. As elegantly demonstrated by Shaik and co-workers, many formally covalent species can be stabilized by resonance ... Read more about "Electrostatic Catalysis of Non-Redox Reactions"
By Prof. Michelle Coote 
Australian National University
Australia
14JUN
  10:00-12:00 BC 329

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Paolo Ienne Thesis advisor: Prof. Babak Falsafi Co-examiner: Prof. Giovanni de Micheli Abstract In today's scale-out datacentres, understanding the interactions of the high level system with the underlying microarchitecture enables designers to extract more performance out of the hardware. This candidacy proposal focuses on one of the outstanding issues ... Read more about "Specialized Processor Architecture for Datacentres"
By Mark Sutherland
14JUN
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  12:15-13:15 SV1717

Multiple system atrophy (MSA) is a rare devastating neurodegenerative disorder commonly showing clinical overlaps with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and therefore often misdiagnosed in the daily praxis. MSA is characterized by ectopic filamentous alpha-synuclein accumulation in oligodendrocytes (glial cytoplasmic inclusions, GCIs) in contrast to the classical Lewy body pathology in neurons of PD and Dementia with ... Read more about "BMI Seminar // Multiple system atrophy: the oligodendroglial alpha-synucleinopathy"
By Nadia Stefanova, Department of Neurology, Division of Neurobiology, Innsbruck Medical ...
14JUN
  14:30-16:30 INF 328

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Paolo Ienne Thesis advisor: Prof. Giovanni De Micheli Co-examiner: Prof. Viktor Kuncak Abstract Background papers S. B. Akers. : Synthesis of combinational logic using three-input majority gates. SWCT, pages 149-157, 1962. L.Amaru, P.-E. Gaillardon, and G. De Micheli: Majority-inverter graph: a new paradigm for logic optimization. TCAD, 35(5):806-819,2016. R. ... Read more about "Data Structures and Algorithms for Logic Synthesis in Advanced Technologies"
By Eleonora Testa
14JUN
  16:00-18:00 INF 113

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Giovanni De Micheli Thesis advisor: Prof. Paolo Ienne Co-examiner: Prof. David Atienza Alonso Abstract Background papers A high-performance overlay architecture for pipelined execution of data flow graphs. Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL),2013 23rd International Conference on. IEEE, 201, by Capalija, Davor, and Tarek S. Abdelrahman. Fast, Flexible High-Level ... Read more about "Fast Module-Based FPGA Compile Flow from High-Level Circuit Specifications"
By Mikhail Asiatici
15JUN
16JUN
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  08:30-18:40 SwissTech

SAVE THE DATE: Swiss Space Industry Day 2017 on 15-16 June 2017 in Lausanne The aim of these Swiss Space Industry Days is to provide up-to-date information to current and potential stakeholders on the various European institutional programmes as well as a platform to exchange experiences on the fast changing space landscape having an impact ... Read more about "Swiss Space Industry Day 2017"
15JUN
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  17:15-19:00 Auditoire SG1

This conference will present some new technologies used in near surface geothermal science and underground architectural and urban developments used fot the purpose of reducing the environmental impact of buildings. The language of the conference will be french. Read more about "The discreet attraction of undergrounds"
16JUN
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  09:30-15:00 EPFL BC 410

For the 15th consecutive year, the LBO (EPFL), the LMAM (EPFL), the Department of Musculoskeletal Medicine (CHUV), and the Regenerative Therapy Unit (CHUV) are organizing a day of translational research in musculoskeletal biomechanics. This day aims to encourage synergies between the Service of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology at CHUV and the basic sciences at EPFL. ... Read more about "Research Day on Translational Musculoskeletal Biomechanics"
By Raphael Dumas (University of Lyon) and Jorg Spoerri (Balgrist)
16JUN
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By Vikas AGARWAL (Georgia State University)
16JUN
  15:30-17:30 BC 329

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Christoph Koch Thesis advisor: Prof. Viktor Kuncak Co-examiner: Prof. Martin Odersky Abstract Despite numerous advances in type systems, program analysis and model checking, the verification of software artifacts is still the exception rather than the rule. Dependent refinement types have emerged as a verification technique that allows for expressive ... Read more about "Bringing Verification to Scala through Dependent Refinement Types"
By Georg Schmid
19JUN
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  11:00-12:00 Campus Biotech H8 Auditorium

Recent years have seen significant progress in our understanding of the neural substrates of motor skill learning. Advances in neuroimaging provide new insight into functional reorganization associated with the acquisition, consolidation, and retention of motor skills. Advances in our understanding of stages of motor skill learning and the ability to modify previously consolidated memories allow ... Read more about "Mechanisms of motor learning and how to modulate it in health and disease"
By Prof. Leonardo G. Cohen, NINDS, National Institutes of Health, USA.
19JUN
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By Julian WILLIAMS (Durham University)
19JUN
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  12:00-13:30 EPFL, ODY 4.03, VIP Room

"Network Formation with Local Complements and Global Substitutes: The Case of R&D" Abstract In this paper we introduce a stochastic network formation model where agents choose both actions and links. Neighbors in the network benefit from each other’s action levels through local complementarities and there exists a global interaction effect reflecting a strategic substitutability in ... Read more about "Seminar by Dr. Michael König, University of Zurich"
19JUN
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DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING(sandwiches served)Abstract: To be communicatedBio: J. Christopher Love is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT. He is also an Associate Member of the Broad Institute, and an Associate Member at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT, and Harvard. Love earned a ... Read more about "Title to be announced "
By Prof. J. Christoper Love, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA ...
20JUN
21JUN
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Tuesday 20 June 2017 – Room GC C3 30 09:00 Ellen Dorrepaal Associate Professor, Dept. of Ecology and Environmental ScienceUmeå University, Sweden Cryoecology – How coldecosystem processes matter for our changing climate 09:45 Katherine Todd-Brown Postdoctoral Fellow, Microbiology Group, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA Soil carbon dynamics in a changing climate 10:45 Valier Galy Associate ... Read more about "Environmental Science and Engineering"
By A range of experts in the domain
20JUN
  14:00-16:00 BC 129

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Olivier Lévêque Thesis advisor: Prof. Michael Gastpar Co-examiner: Prof. Rüdiger Urbanke Abstract A converse bound is derived for the Gaussian multiple-access channel (MAC) with feedback. The bound is based on dependence-balance constraint. An essential ingredient to prove the bound is the method known in the literature as "doubling trick'' ... Read more about "Converse bound for Gaussian Multiple Access Channel with Feedback"
By Erixhen Sula
21JUN
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  09:00-10:00 SV1717

1. "Inclusion-Independent Neurodegeneration in a Mouse Synuclein-Spreading Model of PD: an Active Role for Microglia?" A key process in many types of chronic neurodegeneration is the transneuronal spreading of aggregation-prone proteins, such as a-synuclein. Alpha-synuclein is a presynaptic protein that is implicated in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and other synucleopathies, where it forms, ... Read more about "Special LMNN SEMINAR // 2 talks, 20 min. each"
By Manuel Buttini, Neuropathology Core, Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, University ...
21JUN
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  12:15-13:15 SV1717

The arousal construct underlies a spectrum of behaviors that include sleep, exploration, feeding, sexual activity and adaptive stress. Pathological arousal conditions include stress, anxiety disorders, and addiction. In the past few years we have used optogenetics to interrogate neuronal circuits underlying transitions between arousal states. In particular, I will talk about how the hypocretin system, ... Read more about "NEW AD - BMI Seminar // Optogenetics of arousal and hyperarousal"
By Luis de Lecea, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford ...
22JUN
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  11:00-12:30 CH G1 495

Prof. Davey fundamental research interest focuses on understanding the structural and dynamical features of chromatin assembly and how this could yield unique therapeutic possibilities. Davey’s lab has analyzed nucleosome structure and stability with many different DNA fragments to derive a general mechanical model that helps explain and predict the sequence-dependent properties of this system. His ... Read more about "X-Ray Crystal Structure of a Chromatosome—the Fundamental Nucleosome-Linker Histone Assembly of Chromatin"
By Prof. Curtis Davey (NTU - Singapore)
22JUN
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  12:00-13:00 EPFL SV 1717

John and Lola Grace Distinguished Lecture in Cancer Research Read more about ""Telomeres and Disease""
By Dr. Maria BLASCO, Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, Madrid, Spain
22JUN
  14:00-16:00 BC329

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. James Larus Thesis advisor: Prof. Babak Falsafi Co-examiner: Prof. Paolo Ienne Abstract Background papers Practical Near Data Processing ,Mingyu Gao, Grant Ayers, Christos Kozyrakis, Stanford edu. HRL: Efficient and Flexible Reconfigurable Logic for Near-Data Processing, Mingyu Gao and Christos Kozyrakis, Stanford edu The Mondrian Data Engine, Read more about "Near-Memory Data Services"
By Hussein Kassir
23JUN
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By Prof. Mick Sherburn, Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University
08MAY
2017
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Depuis sa sélection officielle pour la compétition Solar Decathlon US 2017 en février 2016 en tant que Swiss Team, ce projet, intitulé Swiss Living Challenge, s’est développé à un rythme soutenu (voir couverture par les médias ici), et sa construction a commencé en automne 2016 sur le site de blueFactory, où se développe l’antenne fribourgeoise ... Read more about "Swiss Living Challenge : Solar Decathlon 2017"
By Marilyne Andersen, Doyenne de l’ENAC; les étudiants Swiss Living ...