Conferences - Seminars
08:00-17:00 BI A0 448
Final Conference - Stochastic Dynamical Models in Mathematical Finance, Econometrics, and Actuarial Sciences
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:
Giovanni Barone Adesi ...
Giovanni Barone Adesi ...
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
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
14:00-15:00 BC 420
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
16:00 SV 1717
Amalio Telenti directs HLI-X, the unit at Human Longevity that develops advanced analytics in genomics and data sciences. He has recently led the analysis of the first 10,000 deep sequenced human genomes, as well as the definition of the complete map of conservation of the regulatory structures in the human genome (PNAS 2016). His team ... Read more about "The human genome at scale"
By Amalio Telenti, Chief Scientific Officer, Human Longevity Inc., La Jolla ...
16:15-17:30 BC 420
IC Colloquium : To tap or not to tap: Theoretical and cognitive neurosciences to explain smartphone behaviour
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"
16:30-17:30 Unil, Genopode A
http://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/s.qiao Read more about "Nanostructured Electrocatalysts for Energy Conversion Processes"
By Prof. Shizhang Qiao, Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences ...
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)
11:15 BCH 3118
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 ...
12:15 SV 1717
Streptococcus pneumoniae, the pneumococcus, is the main etiological agent of pneumonia. Pneumococcal infection is initiated by bacterial adherence to lung epithelial cells. To uncover the exact transcriptional changes that occur in both host and microbe during infection, we developed a time-resolved dual RNA-seq model. By comparing transcriptional changes between wild-type encapsulated and mutant unencapsulated pneumococci, ... Read more about "New insights into pneumococcal biology from dual RNA-seq, Tn-seq and CRISPRi approaches"
By Jan-Willem Veening, Department of Fundamental Microbiology (DMF), UNIL, Switzerland
12:15-13:15 GR C0 01
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""
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 ...
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 (CANCELLED) Alternative modernity: silent departures that contemporary Chinese architecture takes by Zhang Li ATTENTION: due to unpredictable political issues, Mr Zhang Li must be in China on the 31st and has to cancel his lecture. ... Read more about "Memory and the city"
By Filippo De Pieri, Politecnico di Torino
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
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
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)
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
University of Cambridge
17:15-18:15 BCH 2218
By Prof. Antonio M. Echavarren, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia ...
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)
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
King's College London, UK
17:15-18:15 Anthropole 1031
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)
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
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)
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 ...
11:00-12:00 SV 1717
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"
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 ...
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 ...
Chair of Molecular Nutritional Medicine, Technical ...
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
14:00-17:00 GR A3 31, GR A3 30 et GR B3 30
Consulter les sujets présentés Read more about "Design Project SIE - Présentations orales"
By Etudiants de Master, 1e année SIE
Prof. Stefan Knapp is one of the worlds top structural biologists and is a Professor at the University of Frankfurt to which he recently moved from the Oxford University, where he also headed a group at the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC). His research interests are structural mechanisms that regulate epigenetic and signaling pathways and the ... Read more about "Selective targeting of epigenetic reader domains"
By Prof. Stefan Knapp
By Dr. Shahin Tavakoli, University of Cambridge
15:15-16:15 CE 2
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)
Statistics Seminar Read more about "A Bayesian model of binaural localization in the owl"
By Dr. Guillaume Dehaene
16:15-17:15 BCH 2201
By Prof. Thomas Bein Department of Chemistry, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
17:00-18:00 CE 2
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)
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)
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)
19:00-20:00 EPFL, Polydome (PO 01)
L'association d'étudiants ArchiTango propose des Cours gratuits d'Initiation au Tango aux étudiants de l'EPFL et de l'UNIL. Quand: Tous les mercredis de 19h à 20h. Où: EPFL, Polydôme (PO 01) Pour s'inscrire, envoyer un email à firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more about "Cours gratuits d'Initiation au Tango"
08:00-20:00 Rolex Learning Center
On the occasion of "L'Astronomie" 100th issue, the EPFL Library invites you to journey through time at the heart of this magazine. An exhibition to be seen until August 2016 in the Rolex Learning Center ancient books display area. In the preface of the first issue (1882), Camille Flammarion mentions "Thus our journal will be ... Read more about "3 brèves histoires de L'Astronomie"
En dépit de sa disponibilité et de sa durabilité la terre comme matériau de construction reste encore méconnue et n’est pas vraiment ancrée dans notre culture, alors qu’elle possède une tradition sous nos latitudes. Cette exposition veut rappeler l’histoire européenne du matériau terre, notamment la construction en pisé en France et son influence sur la ... Read more about "PISÉ - Tradition et potentiel"
12:00-13:00 Rolex Learning Center - Grand patio extérieur
L'installation a été démontée pour le festival Balélec! Elle sera remise en place le 19 mai prochain. Trois chaises à bascule musicales, de taille plus grande que la normale, sont installées par l'artiste suisse Camille Scherrer au centre du grand patio est du Rolex Learning Center de l'EPFL. Cette installation artistique, nommée Rocking chair, propose ... Read more about "Rocking chair - artistic installation by Camille Scherrer"
By Camille Scherrer, artiste
11:00-18:00 Bâtiment ArtLab
Situé dans la partie nord du bâtiment ArtLab, ouvert sur l’Esplanade, le Datasquare est dédié à une exposition de longue durée sur la thématique du big data, ici incarnée par deux grands projets scientifiques de l'EPFL: Blue Brain Project et Venice Time Machine. Ces deux projets, particulièrement complexes, sont mis en valeur dans des présentations ... Read more about "Datasquare - une immersion dans l'univers du big data"
By Blue Brain Project, Venice Time Machine
Vernissage : Jeudi 11 mai, 2017 à 18H L'Association ASTIE a pour but de promouvoir les activités socio-culturelles au sein de la Faculté STI de l'EPFL. En particulier, ASTIE organise des expositions de peintures/photographies dans les locaux de la cafétéria EL. Bio: Née à Lausanne, Elisabeth Brindesi, qui est journaliste, a travaillé à la RTS. ... Read more about "Il faut rêver... (a dit Lénine) - Elisabeth Brindesi"
By Elisabeth Brindesi
Let's Party after the Critics! To celebrate the end of the year, the studios of the Section d'Architecture are open to everybody. Hundreds of models, drawings and mockups to discover. Friday 2 June 2017 17:45 Hall SG Opening of gongs by MANSLAB Installation ikebana by Studio Escher-GuneWardena 18:00 Place Nord Welcome address by Nicola Braghieri ... Read more about "EXPOSITION UBIQUITAIRE"
By Ateliers de la Section d'architecture de l'EPFL
Studies on Traction Separation Relations in Fracture of Layered Composites; Experiments and Modeling
Thesis director : Prof. J. Botsis Mechanics doctoral program. Thesis 7768 Read more about "Studies on Traction Separation Relations in Fracture of Layered Composites; Experiments and Modeling"
By Georgios PAPPAS
17:15 UNIL - Génopode C
Thesis director : Prof. N. Cramer Chemistry and Chemical Engineering doctoral program. Thesis 7744 Read more about "Chiral Cyclopentadienyl Ruthenium (II) Complexes: Synthesis and Applications in Catalysis"
By David KOSSLER
17:00 MA B1 11
Thesis director : Prof. Ph. Michel Mathematics doctoral program. Thesis 7559 Read more about "Analytic twists of modular forms and applications"
By Alexandre François PEYROT
Thesis directors : Prof. E. Bugnion ,Prof. B. Falsafi Computer and Communication Sciences doctoral program Thesis 7612 Read more about "Rack-Scale Memory Pooling for Datacenters"
By Stanko NOVAKOVIC
Thesis directors : Prof. S. Haussener , Dr P. Leyland Energy doctoral program. Thesis 7681 Read more about "The effects of radiation on ablative heat shields during atmospheric entry"
By Nikhil BANERJI
17:30 Génopode A, UNIL, 1015 Lausanne
Development of an albumin-binding ligand for prolonging the plasma half-life of peptide therapeutics
Thesis director : Prof. C. Heinis Chemistry and Chemical Engineering doctoral program. Thesis 7728 Read more about "Development of an albumin-binding ligand for prolonging the plasma half-life of peptide therapeutics"
By Alessandro ZORZI
Bike to Work 2017 is here! We cordially invite you to participate in this new edition. In May and June, come on campus by bike! Our goal is to beat last year’s record, with 525 participants and a total distance of 131'539 km! In addition to many prizes, participants will get invitations to special events ... Read more about "Bike to work 2017"
10:00-17:00 Hall du CO
Come by and relax at the No Stress Day on 29 May 2017 in the hall of CO. Free resources, information and workshops are offered all day long! Shiatsu : sessions of 15min/person, from 10h to 17h Guided Meditation : 2 sessions of 30min, at 11h30 and at 13h Laughing Yoga : 2 sessions of ... Read more about "Stress? No Stress !"
By Point Santé, Shiatsu, Guided Meditation, Laughing Yoga, Massages, Dynamic Relaxation ...
08:30-17:30 Swiss Tech Convention Center
REGISTRATION IS FREE BUT MANDATORY. Number of participants is limited. Registration deadline: May 4, 2017 (http://www.limna.ch/events/481) PROGRAM (See also enclosed flyer): 08h30 Welcome and distribution of badges 09h00 Opening: Welcome 09h10 Markus Stoffel: “Posttranscriptional regulation of metabolism” 09h45 Roberto Coppari: “Life Without Insulin: Is this possible?” 10h15 Coffee Break 10h35 Michael N. Hall: “mTOR signaling ... Read more about "LIMNA SYMPOSIUM: METABOLISM RESEARCH IN SWITZERLAND"
By Dr. Carles Cantó, Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, Switzerland.
09:00-17:00 PA C 88
Creating your profile of skills, qualifications, strengthen, display your skills – My important values, career choices and directions - Career strategies at Universities – My career choices – Visualize your future – Networking a major in strategic career develop. – My timeframe and next steps. Read more about "Training " Career Planning for scientists""
By Dr. Sarah Shephard
The AIT program aims to support scientists in transforming their high-level applied research into market application and discovering their entrepreneurial potential. By connecting scientists from top institutions in Switzerland and India/Brazil, the program promotes an international network and enables access to one of the most promising markets and intellectual capitals in applied research. If you: ... Read more about "Academia-Industry Training Camps"
08:30-12:00 MA B0 424
Au-delà d'une visibilité et d'un suivi de vos équipements, l'application Sesame inventaire vous offre des fonctionnalités intéressantes en termes de maintenance, de classification, de renouvellement ou de gestion de la documentation de vos équipements. Cette application a également pour objectif de mettre en valeur les équipements de votre laboratoire et facilite la communication et la ... Read more about "Formation SESAME INVENTAIRE"
By Anthony Ciavardini
09:00-10:00 BI A2 448
Vous avez des questions au sujet de l'utilisation de GrantsDB ? ou sur son interface ? Nous sommes à votre disposition pour répondre à toutes vos questions. Entrée libre, sans inscription ! Site web du Research Office - GrantsDB Read more about "Prochain Forum d'aide GrantsDB : Mardi 30 mai de 9:00 à 10:00 au BI A2 448"
Horizon 2020 - Applicants Training for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships This event is a one-day training for researchers planning to apply to the 2017 Marie-Curie Individual Fellowship Call. You will work with an example proposal, get insight into the evaluation process and have the possibility to learn from a successful applicant. At the time of ... Read more about "[MARIE SKLODOWSKA CURIE I WORKSHOP]"
09:00-17:00 BI A0 398
The strength of this approach to negotiation comes from its simplicity and proven efficiency. Highly practical, it helps you see negotiation more as a puzzle than a chess game for better results. The negotiation process is broken down into specific manageable units, each being a separate technical module with its own tools and techniques. Case ... Read more about "Training "negotiation - mindset and tools""
By Melissa Davies
The Research Office is organising a 1-hour meeting on June 1st during which you will have the chance to meet Mrs. Katja Wirth and Judith Zbinden, from the Euresearch Head Office. If you are planning to apply for the ERC Advanced Grant 2017, this is the perfect opportunity to discuss your application with the Swiss ... Read more about "[ERC I WORKSHOP ADVANCED GRANT 2017]"
10:00-12:00 MA B0 424
L’infocentre est l’outil de reporting du Service financier et des Ressources Humaines. Intégré au portail web SESAME, il permet d’assurer la bonne gestion des finances et du personnel d’une unité. Lors de cette formation, vous découvrirez infocentre RH sous tous ces angles. Programme : Portail SESAME, les pages web dédiées avec l'aide à disposition, Notions ... Read more about "Formation SESAME INFOCENTRE RH"
By Michel de Graffenried
09:00-11:30 salle BI A2 448
The aim of this workshop is to help participants identify and eliminate text, images and codes that may be interpreted as plagiarism to the PhD supervisor, an expert or a journal reviewer. At the end of this workshop, you will be able to: Explain the difference between incorrect referencing and plagiarism. Use i-thenticate to correct ... Read more about "Stay away from plagiarism!"
By Ingrid Le Duc & Raphaël Grolimund
Call for proposal
Funding through the current call aims to attract scientists form other fields into metabolism. This call will favor collaborative projects that cross boundaries between metabolism/nutrition and engineering or medicine, or projects that develop or apply a systems approach to the study of nutrition and metabolism. Funding will encourage projects that involve EPFL research groups or ... Read more about "The Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Calls for projects in Metabolism and Nutrition proposals"
Computational Tools for PD Therapeutic Development The Computational Science Program seeks to enable development of technologies in biomedical computing, informatics, and data science for Parkinson’s disease (PD) therapeutic development. The Michael J. Fox Foundation aims to support development of computational tools to facilitate production of novel biomedical measures relevant to defining PD. Pre-Proposals deadline: 31st ... Read more about "[M. J. FOX FOUNDATION I RESEARCH FUNDING]"
Inflammation Biomarkers for Parkinson's Disease The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research seeks to support research that will develop new or improve upon existing biomarker tools for neuroinflammation/peripheral inflammation in Parkinson's disease (PD). Pre-Proposals deadline: 31st May 2017 ( 5pm US ET ) Funding: up to $300,000 Duration: 1-2 year grants To apply or ... Read more about "[M. J. FOX FOUNDATION I RESEARCH FUNDING]"
Sinergia promotes the interdisciplinary collaboration of two to four research groups that propose breakthrough research. Submission deadlines: 01.06.2017 & 01.12.2017 Funding: Up to CHF 3.2 million Duration: 1 to 4 years For more information and application : Please have a look at the SNSF's website. For Sinergia EPFL instructions and toolkit: Please have a look ... Read more about "[SNSF SINERGIA I RESEARCH FUNDING]"
La Fondation Pierre Mercier pour la Science a pour but de soutenir des projets scientifiques originaux, essentiellement en recherche fondamentale, appliquée ou clinique dans le domaine biomédical, ainsi que de s'intéresser aux divers moyens de remédier au déséquilibre provoqué par l'industrialisation sur l'écologie et la santé. Submission deadline: 1st June 2017 Funding: N/A Duration: 2 ... Read more about "[FONDATION PIERRE MERCIER I RESEARCH FUNDING]"
EARLY BIRD Registration until SEPTEMBER 1st, 2017! Abstract submission deadline: 15 September 2017 This Life Sciences Symposium will be held from 24 to 26 October 2017 (2.5 days) at the EPFL campus/STCC. The 1st day/October 24th 2017 is open to the public and the entrance is free, however registration is mandatory. French/English translation will be ... Read more about "Frontiers in Metabolism 2017 "From systems physiology to precision medicine": REGISTRATION DEADLINE"
By EPFL and EMBO Press
08:30-17:30 Swiss Tech Convention Center
REGISTRATION IS FREE BUT MANDATORY. Number of participants is limited. Registration deadline: May 4, 2017 (http://www.limna.ch/events/481) PROGRAM (See also enclosed flyer): 08h30 Welcome and distribution of badges 09h00 Opening: Welcome 09h10 Markus Stoffel: “Posttranscriptional regulation of metabolism” 09h45 Roberto Coppari: “Life Without Insulin: Is this possible?” 10h15 Coffee Break 10h35 Michael N. Hall: “mTOR signaling ... Read more about "REGISTRATION IS OPEN: LIMNA SYMPOSIUM: METABOLISM RESEARCH IN SWITZERLAND"
By Dr. Carles Cantó, Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, Switzerland.
Ce délai permet au Service financier de comptabiliser tous les documents qui ont marqué l'activité du mois de mai afin de clôturer les comptes et d'établir les rapports financiers. Read more about "Délai de réception des pièces comptables de mai 2017"