Conferences - Seminars

06FEB
03DEC
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  11:00-13:00 smart living lab, Fribourg room

The smart living lunches take place once a month from 11am to 1pm at the EPFL Fribourg to present the research activities of the smart living lab. A lunch is served after the presentation. These events are designed for the smart living lab's community. Read more about "smart living lunches"
19FEB
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Abstract The history of the Internet serves both as an inspiration on how much value can be created when building systems on top of open, neutral, and fair protocols but also as a warning that placing too much trust and power in a small number of for-profit organizations might turn into an existential threat to ... Read more about "Towards Digital Trust at Scale"
By Philipp Jovanovic
19FEB
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  10:00-17:00 SV 1717

The scientific symposium ‘Faces of Industrial Research-FIR’ is organized by the Nestlé PhD Students in collaboration with BSNL, an EPFL/UNIL non-profit organization that aims to bridge the gap between upcoming academic scientists and those in Life Science industries. This event, supported by EPFL, UNIL and Nestlé, will be a 1-day symposium taking place the 19th ... Read more about "Faces of Industrial Research Symposium"
By There will be speakers from Roche, the Novartis Institute for ...
19FEB
  10:30-11:30 ppb019

The first ITER tungsten (W) divertor is the largest and most complex of its kind ever to be constructed. It must survive an expected ~2000 hours of plasma exposure through the non-active to the first DT campaigns. A key parameter determining the operational range for stationary loading is the peak target power flux density, qpk, ... Read more about "Physics basis for the ITER tungsten divertor"
By Dr. Richard A. Pitts, ITER Organization, St-Paul-lez-Durance, France
19FEB
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Abstract: Experiments and numerical studies have demonstrated that the power extracted by the wind plant is directly and proportionately related to the transport of mean kinetic energy - here the parting point. This is intimately tied with the balance of turbulence kinetic energy. These relations are shown through wind tunnel experiments and large eddy simulations ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Considering mean and turbulence kinetic energy transport on stratified wind plant boundary layers"
19FEB
  15:00-16:00 BM 1130

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a X-recessive genetic disease affecting 1 in 3500 boys, culminating with cardiac failure around age 30. This disease results from more than 200 possible mutations on a single gene coding for the dystrophin, an important structural protein linking the intracellular skeleton to the extracellular matrix. Such dystrophin deficiency readily generates severe ... Read more about "Bioengineered platforms for the measurement of force production of single hiPSC-cardiomyocytes in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy cardiomyopathy"
By Dr Gaspard Pardon Baxter Laboratory for Stem Cell Biology
Stanford ...
19FEB
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  16:00-17:00 BC 420

Abstract Mass digitization has provided a mountain of source material for the humanities and social sciences, but its structure is unevenly mapped. Dependencies among documents arise when copying manuscripts, citing scholarly literature, speaking from talking points, reposting social networking content, popularizing scientific papers, or otherwise transforming earlier sources. While some dependencies are observable—e.g., by citations ... Read more about "DH Seminar Lecture - Network Inference from Textual Evidence: Information Propagation, Translation, and Multi-Input Attention"
19FEB
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  16:15-17:15 BCH 3118

Thalidomide became infamous in the 60’s for its teratogenic effects but since then it and derivatives have been rediscovered as potent drugs against myeloma. These molecules act as catalysts by orchestrating the degradation of proteins important for the cancer. In a sense they offer a chemical approach to accomplish the same ends as siRNA or ... Read more about "Developing small molecule catalysts for chemical protein degradation"
20FEB
05MAR
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  08:00-18:00 EPFL

Are you interested in shaping the future of radio and media? Registration to Radio Hack Europe is now open and is FREE for EPFL / UNIL employees, researchers, and students using the discount code HKSPO19LS. Register here Radio Hack Europe by Radiodays Europe is a 48-hour hackathon around the theme “Radio and media of tomorrow”, ... Read more about "Radio Hack Europe 2019 (29-31 March, EPFL) – Register Now!"
20FEB
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  12:15-13:15 SV 1717

Abstract: During our daily life, we depend on memories of past experiences to plan future behaviour. These memories are represented by the activity of specific neuronal groups or ‘engrams’. Neuronal engrams are assembled during learning by synaptic modification, and engram reactivation represents the memorized experience. Engrams of conscious memories are initially stored in the hippocampus ... Read more about "BMI SEMINAR // Marlene Bartos - Emergence of stable and dynamic memory engrams in the hippocampus"
By  Marlene Bartos, Cellular and Systemic Neuroscience, Institute for Physiology I ...
20FEB
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  15:00-16:00 BCH 2201

High energy long life rechargeable battery is considered as key enabling technology for deep de-carbonization. Energy storage in the electrochemical form is attractive because of its high efficiency and fast response time. Besides the technological importance, electrochemical devices also provide a unique platform for fundamental and applied materials research since ion movement is often accompanied ... Read more about "From Atom to Microgrid – New Perspectives for Electrochemical Energy Storage"
20FEB
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  15:00-16:00 BCH 2201

High energy long life rechargeable battery is considered as key enabling technology for deep de-carbonization. Energy storage in the electrochemical form is attractive because of its high efficiency and fast response time. Besides the technological importance, electrochemical devices also provide a unique platform for fundamental and applied materials research since ion movement is often accompanied ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - From Atom to Microgrid – New Perspectives for Electrochemical Energy Storage"
By Prof. Shirley Meng, Materials Science & NanoEngineering, University of California ...
20FEB
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  16:30-18:15 SV 1717

Frank Dobbin is a professor of Sociology at Harvard. He is chair of the Organizational Behavior Ph.D. Program and coordinator (Harvard) for the MIT-Harvard Economic Sociology Seminar. Frank Dobbin has long standing experience in analysing the impact of institutional strategies and actions to promote gender and diversity and is currently completing research on major diversity ... Read more about "CONFERENCE & ROUND TABLE: Which Diversity Initiatives Work? Thirty Years of Evidence from U.S. Employers"
By Prof. Frank Dobbin Round table with:
Prof. Franciska Krings, Professor ...
20FEB
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  17:00-18:30 BC 420

Assessing the habitability of Mars has been an objective of the scientific community for a long time, but it has recently become a sustained focus in light of data being returned from the planet and growing knowledge about life in extreme environments. The Curiosity rover on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), one of NASAs flagship ... Read more about "Is Mars Habitable ?"
By Prof. Javier Martín-Torres
20FEB
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  18:30-21:00 ELA 1

All EPFL PhD students are invited to join us for the first EPFL Alumni/Polydoc joint event : Soirée carrière, in which you will hear from three distinguished doctors of philosophy how life doesn't end with your thesis in your hands. The program is the following : Welcome addresses Alumni presentations Maxime Baud (PhD SV'11), Inselspital, ... Read more about "EPFL Alumni/PolyDoc joint event for PhD students, followed by an apéro"
21FEB
  09:00-16:00 Microcity Amphi, Neuchâtel

This annual meeting day has multiple objectives. One objective is to give our doctoral students a chance to get to know each other better and to network with other people interested in their research topic (the day is opened to a broader audience than EPFL). A second objective is to hear about other disciplines of ... Read more about "EDAM DAY"
By See the enclosed program
21FEB
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  12:00-13:30 ODY -1 0020

Seminar organized in collaboration with UNIL-HEC "Does Diversity Management Increase Diversity? Evidence from Industry and Academia " Abstract U.S. companies and universities have been building elaborate diversity management programs since the 1980s. Have their innovations increased diversity among corporate managers and academic faculty? Data from hundreds of companies and universities, over several decades, provide answers. ... Read more about "Seminar by Prof. Frank Dobbin, Harvard University"
21FEB
  14:00-16:00 BC 329

EDIC candidacy exam Exam president: Prof. Pascal Fua Thesis advisor: Prof. Sabine Süsstrunk Co-examiner: Prof. Wenzel Jacob Abstract Image fusion is the process of joining complementary information as well as common features from a set of images. The challenge in image fusion is to construct images that are appropriate, understandable and more informative to the ... Read more about "Visible and infrared image fusion"
By Fayez Lahoud
21FEB
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  16:30-17:30 INM 203

Bayesian models of opinion exchange are extensively studied in economics, dating back to the work of Aumann on the agreement theorem. An important class of such models features agents arranged on a network (representing, e.g., social interactions), with the network structure determining which agents communicate with each other. It is often argued that the Bayesian ... Read more about "Reasoning in Bayesian Opinion exchange Networks is Computationally Hard"
By Dr. Jan Hazla, MIT Jan Hązła is a Postdoctoral Associate ...
21FEB
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  17:10-20:00 CO 2

IMAGINE IF! is a fantastic opportunity to accelerate a scientific idea towards a business and unlike other competitions, it is the first truly global competition for healthcare science ventures. On December 12th we had announced the Swiss 10 finalists who entered the accelerator program. Since then, they have been working with their mentors to go ... Read more about "IMAGINE IF! Local Finals"
By Marc Gruber Vice President for Innovation at EPFL Diego Dupouy ...
22FEB
23FEB
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“dhelta” is the association for students and researchers in the field of Digital Humanities at EPFL. They are organising the Swiss Digital Humanities Exchange event that will take place on 22 & 23 February 2019 in Basel, Switzerland. The goal of this event is: To discover fellows working in the field of Digital Humanities at ... Read more about "Swiss Digital Humanities Exchange"
22FEB
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  10:30-12:00 Unil, Extranef building, room 126

We hypothesize that industry exchange traded funds (ETFs) encourage informed trading on underlying firms through facilitating hedging of industry-specific risks. We show that short interest on industry ETFs, reflecting part of the “long-the-stock/short-the-ETF” strategy, positively predicts returns on these ETFs and the percentage of positive earnings announcements of underlying stocks. We also show that hedge ... Read more about "Innovation and informed trading: Evidence from industry ETFs"
By Maureen O'HARA, Cornell University
22FEB
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  12:15-13:00 GC B3 30

Abstract We provide a bare–bones framework that uncovers the circumstances which lead either to the emergence of equally-spaced and equally-sized central places or to a hierarchy of central places. We show how these patterns reflect the preferences of agents and the efficiency of transportation and communication technologies. With one population of homogeneous individuals, the economy ... Read more about "CESS Seminar: About the Origin of Cities"
By Prof. André de Palma, ENS Cachan - University Paris-Saclay
22FEB
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  13:15 ELA 002

Abstract In the last few years, as Si electronics faces mounting difficulties to maintain its historical scaling path, III-V compound semiconductors have received a great deal of attention as possible alternatives. Sub-10 nm CMOS require high-aspect ratio 3D transistors with a fin or nanowire geometry. The enhanced degree of channel charge control of advanced 3D ... Read more about "Distinguished Speakers Seminar Series: Nanoscale III-V Electronics: InGaAs FinFETs and Vertical Nanowire MOSFETs"
By Jesús A. del Alamo, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director ...
22FEB
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By Prof. Éric SÉRÉ (université de Paris-Dauphine, France)
22FEB
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  16:15-17:30 BCH 2201

There is enormous potential to use microalgae as feedstocks for everything from recombinant proteins and high value chemicals to biofuels, but to implement this technology in a sustainable and economic manner, it will be necessary to optimize many parameters, and metabolic engineering strategies will be essential. However, in comparison with the well-developed molecular biology tools ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Thinking outside the flask - how to do something useful with algal metabolism"
By Prof. Alison Smith, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge ...
25FEB
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Modern society is unsustainable: biodiversity loss is occurring at an unprecedented rate; anthropogenic activities dominate material cycles, putting upward pressure on resource supply; and the industrial system is forcing Earth’s climate towards the brink of a critical transition, on a scale never before experienced by humans. Facts such as these highlight the imperative for transformational ... Read more about "A sustainable materials system research agenda"
By Dr Rupert Myers, Chemical Engineering: Industrial Ecology, University of Edinburgh
25FEB
  14:00-15:00 BSP 727

The building blocks of quantum observables are collections of asymptotic series in the coupling constant, corresponding to perturbative and non-perturbative sectors. According to the theory of resurgence, these series are related to each other in a non-trivial way, and these relations are encoded in the so-called Stokes automorphisms of the theory. In this seminar we ... Read more about "A new perspective on resurgence in quantum theory"
By Marcos Marino
25FEB
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  18:15-19:15 MA A0 364

The ephemera "Replay" of television documentaries cause immense frustration, since their publication is restricted to 1 month at most. And it seems impossible to record them... So this PolyMac is made to forget those bad memories, by recording all the desired video streams! Read more about "PolyMac TV Replay"
By Francois Roulet
26FEB
27FEB
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  09:00-05:00 Hyatt Regency Osaka, 1-13-11 Nanko-Kita, Suminoe-Ku, Osaka, Japan, 559-0034

Conference Series llc Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend the Midwifery-Annual Congress 2019 going to be held on February 26-27, 2019 Osaka, Japan. Midwifery-Annual Congress 2019 directs towards the main issues as well as future strategies of Pregnancy and women health. This is going to be the largest and most promising ... Read more about "Global Annual Midwifery Congress"
26FEB
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: The challenge of achieving universal human development and climate change mitigation requires careful consideration of (1) the definition of a “good”, happy or decent life; (2) analytic clarity in conceptualising the consumption requirements of well-being; (3) the context surrounding intra- and inter-national inequality, and the political dynamics and social processes that could enable the ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Well-being and climate change mitigation: the Living Well Within Limits approach""
By Dr Julia K. Steinberger, Professor of Social Ecologiy and Ecological ...
26FEB
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  12:15-13:00 DIA 005

Abstract: While most of the MEMS developments have been focused on low cost and low performance markets, driven by the automotive, consumer electronics and smartphone businesses, Safran Colibrys has taken up the challenge to develop medium cost and high performance MEMS inertial sensors dedicated to high reliability, harsh environment applications. A versatile accelerometer platform sensor ... Read more about "High-end accelerometer platforms for demanding applications"
By Dr. Christophe Kergueris
26FEB
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Abstract: In recent years, there has been significant interest in the applications of printed electronics in the realization of a range of low-cost, large area, flexible electronic systems such as displays, distributed sensors, and low-cost disposable tags. To make printed electronics a viable technology, however, there is a need for significant innovations across all aspects ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Tools and Processes for Printed Electronic Systems"
26FEB
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  17:15-18:15 BCH 2218

The four dNTPs (dATP, dTTP, dCTP, and dGTP) are the building blocks of DNA. A balanced supply and a correct overall concentration of dNTPs are key prerequisites for faithful genome replication. These requirements, along with the fact that the concentrations of dNTPs fluctuate during the cell cycle, mean that the production of dNTPs must be ... Read more about "dNTPs and maintenance of genome stability"
By Professor Andrei Chabes Dept. of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics Umeå ...
27FEB
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"From plan to action" workshop In this personalized workshop, you will check the consistency of your data management plan (DMP) and how to implement it in your lab. Before you attend the workshop, you will need to fill a form about your current practices. If you are not familiar with research data management already, we ... Read more about "Research Data Management workshop"
27FEB
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  11:00-12:00 Martigny, room 106

We address the optimization of a computer model, where each simulation either fails or returns a valid output performance. We suggest a joint Gaussian process model for classification of the inputs (computation failure or success) and for regression of the performance function. We discuss the maximum likelihood estimation of the covariance parameters, with a stochastic ... Read more about "Gaussian process optimization with simulation failures"
By Dr. François Bachoc
27FEB
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  15:00-16:00 CE 06

Energy density and cost of Li-ion batteries (LIBs) based on conventional intercalation compounds are closely approaching their limits. The reliance of conventional cathodes on the use of toxic metals additionally endangers health and safety of miners in developing countries. Conversion-type active materials offer an opportunity to double energy stored in LIBs, reduce their cost by ... Read more about "Beyond Lithium-Ion: Conversion Electrodes, Solid State and Aqueous Batteries"
27FEB
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  15:00-16:00 CE 1 6

Energy density and cost of Li-ion batteries (LIBs) based on conventional intercalation compounds are closely approaching their limits. The reliance of conventional cathodes on the use of toxic metals additionally endangers health and safety of miners in developing countries. Conversion-type active materials offer an opportunity to double energy stored in LIBs, reduce their cost by ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Beyond Lithium-Ion: Conversion Electrodes, Solid State and Aqueous Batteries"
By Prof. Gleb Yushin, School of Materials and Engineering, Georgia Institute ...
27FEB
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  18:15-19:15 BC 420

Mars’ ice caps hold the secret to the planet's climate, hydrological processes and is a likely place to contain traces of life, should they exist. A crewed mission to the surface of Mars, with the objective of drilling into the Northern ice cap and analysing the samples in-situ would therefore advance our knowledge of the ... Read more about "Systems Engineering and Design of a Mars Polar Life Research Base"
By Anne-Marlene Rüede
28FEB
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By: Eric Balkanski - Harvard University IC Faculty candidate Abstract: Many methods in optimization are inherently sequential and consequently cannot be efficiently parallelized. In this talk, I will describe a novel approach called adaptive sampling that yields algorithms whose parallel running time is exponentially faster than any previous algorithm for submodular optimization. Maximizing a submodular ... Read more about "IC Colloquium: The Adaptive Complexity of Submodular Optimization: Exponentially Faster Algorithms for Machine Learning and Beyond"
28FEB
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  16:00-17:00 Zeuzier, I17 4 K2

ChE-605 - Highlights in Energy Research seminar series Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are an emerging class of solid-state materials built up from metal-based nodes and organic linkers. They exhibit permanent porosity and unprecedented surface areas which can be readily tuned through coordination chemistry at the inorganic node and/or organic chemistry at the linkers. The high porosities, ... Read more about "Programmable Smart Bio-Inspired Sponges"
By Prof. Omar K. Farha
Department of Chemistry,
Northwestern University,
Evanston ...
01MAR
  12:15-13:00 GC B3 30

Abstract Liquefaction is one of the most spectacular phenomena of soil behaviour during which granular soil changes its properties from solid to liquid-like type. Due to its disastrous character, it has been a subject of investigations carried out by various researchers from many countries over many years. Although the basic factors governing the liquefaction phenomenon ... Read more about "CESS Seminar: Liquefaction of fully and nearly saturated granular soils, experimental investigations and theoretical approach"
By Prof. Waldemar Świdziński, Director of the Institute of Hydro-Engineering, Polish ...
01MAR
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  16:15-17:30 BCH 2201

Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are an emerging class of solid-state materials built up from metal-based nodes and organic linkers. They exhibit permanent porosity and unprecedented surface areas which can be readily tuned through coordination chemistry at the inorganic node and/or organic chemistry at the linkers. The high porosities, tunability, and stability are highly attractive in the ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Programmable Smart Bio-Inspired Sponges"
By Prof. Omar K. Farha, Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University, USA.
04MAR
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By: Marinka Zitnik - Stanford University IC Faculty candidate Abstract: Large datasets are being generated that can transform biology and medicine. New machine learning methods are necessary to unlock these data and open doors for scientific discoveries. In this talk, I will argue that, in order to advance science, machine learning models should not be ... Read more about "IC Colloquium: Deep Learning for Network Biomedicine"
04MAR
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  10:15-11:30 SV 1717

Institute of Microengineering - Distinguished Lecture Campus Lausanne SV 1717 (live) Campus Microcity MC B0 302 (video) Zoom Live Stream: https://epfl.zoom.us/j/204283294 Abstract: Point-of-care (POC) diagnostic devices hold great promise to significantly impact healthcare delivery and address health disparities by shifting the focus away from the utilization of high-cost specialized care for the treatment of late-stage ... Read more about "Toward Point-of-Care Assessment of Hemostasis Using Miniaturized Dielectric Coagulometry"
04MAR
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  12:15 SV 1717

WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: It is widely accepted that the biophysical context of ligands and receptors has significant impact of downstream signaling, however the concept is poorly understood due to difficulties in controlling and analyzing the microenvironment on the nanoscale. I will talk about how we think that DNA-nanotechnology can be of ... Read more about "Using DNA Origami to Decipher Spatial Effects in Biology"
By Prof. Björn Hogberg, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (SE)
04MAR
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  13:15-14:15 MXF 1

If the capability to control photons and electrons in crystals has brought to an astonishing level of knowledge as well as to extraordinary technological achievements, the manipulation of phonons is still quite unexplored, despite it holds the promise of a quantum-mechanical control of heat transport [1]. The quantum-mechanical behavior of phonons may also enable the ... Read more about "Nano-Phononics and Nano-Photonics with Semiconductor Nanowires"
By Dr Marta De Luca, Department of Physics, University of Basel
05MAR
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  12:00-13:00 Extranef building, room 126

Why is the dollar the dominant currency for debt contracts and what are its macroeconomic implications? We develop an international general equilibrium model where firms optimally choose the currency composition of their debt. We show that there always exists a dominant currency debt equilibrium, in which all firms borrow in a single dominant currency. It ... Read more about "Dominant Currency Debt"
By Egemen EREN ( Bank for International Settlements (BIS) )
05MAR
  12:15 SV 1717

The mechanisms that allow enteric pathogens to colonize the intestine in the presence of the microbiota and how host immunity and the indigenous microbiota regulate pathogen colonization remain poorly understood. Our laboratory is using Citrobacter rodentium, a mouse pathogen that models human infections by enteropathogenic E. coli, to understand the mechanisms that regulate the colonization ... Read more about "Gabriel Nuñez // Microbiota-Host Interactions in Health and Disease"
By Gabriel Nuñez, Department of Pathology and Rogel Cancer Center, University ...
05MAR
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: This talk explores the impacts of invasive quagga mussels in Lake Michigan (USA), and highlights the importance of understanding turbulent mixing in quantifying their effect on aquatic ecosystems. The quagga mussel (dreissena bugensis), native to the Dneiper River in Ukraine, first arrived in the Laurentian Great Lakes in 1989, most likely arriving as a ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Invasion of the Killer Quaggas: Coming to a Lake Near You?""
By Dr Cary D. Troy, Associate professor, Hydraulic and Hydrologic Engineering ...
05MAR
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Abstract: Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical processes with stable oxide materials still lack the efficiency to justify industrial application, mainly due to insufficient light absorption, short charge carrier lifetimes, or dominant recombination. The presentation will present strategies including mesostructuring of complex semiconductor mixed oxide materials on the nanoscale to improve photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical activity for H2 generation ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Mesostructured Semiconductor Oxides for Solar Energy Conversion"
05MAR
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Abstract: Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical processes with stable oxide materials still lack the efficiency to justify industrial application, mainly due to insufficient light absorption, short charge carrier lifetimes, or dominant recombination. The presentation will present strategies including mesostructuring of complex semiconductor mixed oxide materials on the nanoscale to improve photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical activity for H2 generation ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Mesostructured Semiconductor Oxides for Solar Energy Conversion"
06MAR
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  12:15-13:15 SV 1717

Hippocampal mossy fiber synapses are an important element in the hippocampus and exhibit various forms of synaptic plasticity. To investigate the mechanism of transmitter release and its modulation, we used presynaptic capacitance measurements and EPSC recording to measure the kinetics of transmitter release. In addition, total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy was used to visualize ... Read more about "BMI SEMINAR // Takeshi Sakaba - Biophysics of transmitter release at the mossy fiber synapse"
By Takeshi Sakaba, Laboratory of Molecular Synaptic Function, Graduate School of ...
06MAR
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  18:00-19:30 CO 2

Students from all sections, come and see us, be curious, all these companies are likely to engage you! To EPFL master's students looking for an internship for 2019 - 4 to 6 months available from July to September 2019 - you will be able to discover at a glance a choice of internships in 180 ... Read more about "Find your internship in 180 seconds"
07MAR
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"From plan to action" workshop In this personalized workshop, you will check the consistency of your data management plan (DMP) and how to implement it in your lab. Before you attend the workshop, you will need to fill a form about your current practices. If you are not familiar with research data management already, we ... Read more about "Research Data Management workshop"
07MAR
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  10:15-11:15 BC 420

By: Avishay Tal - Stanford University IC Faculty candidate Abstract: This talk is motivated by three (seemingly unrelated) questions: 1. For which tasks do quantum algorithms outperform classical computation? 2. Does parallel computing always offer a speed-up, or are some tasks inherently sequential? 3. Do randomized algorithms have deterministic counterparts with similar memory footprint? We ... Read more about "IC Colloquium: Sparse Polynomial Approximations and their applications to Quantum Advantage, Parallel Computation, and Pseudorandomness"
07MAR
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  12:00-13:00 SV 1717

A Lola and John Grace Distinguished Lecture in Cancer Research This seminar will also be televised to AGORA, BU25/02/030, Bugnon 25A, and to Biopôle CLE B301 Read more about "Professor Sir David Lane, A-STAR, Singapore // “40 years of p53. From discovery to the clinic”"
By Professor Sir David Lane, A-STAR, Singapore
07MAR
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  13:00-17:00 Room CM1 103

Free workshop Simulation of multiple physics in ANSYS At EPFL on March 7h 2019 - Room CM1 103, at 13H00Learn how to use simulation to accelerate your research with real situation examples with the most recent ANSYS simulation tools in multiple physics. This workshop is in two parts. Part I: Introduction to ANSYS Multiphysics Structural ... Read more about "Ansys EPFL on March 7h 2019 - Room CM1 103, at 13H00"
By CADFEM Academics Switzerland
08MAR
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By José-luis PEYDRÓ, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
08MAR
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  12:15-13:00 GC B3 30

The presentation will cover the ongoing research of the STIMTEC underground experiment designed to investigate the permeability enhancement associated with hydrofracturing and activation of shearing as for example targeted in deep geothermal projects. We combine periodic pumping tests, high resolution seismic monitoring, structural analysis and drilling into stimulated volumes in an effort to improve near-real-time ... Read more about "CESS Seminar: STIMTEC – stimulation experiments and their validation in the Reiche Zeche underground laboratory, Freiberg, Germany"
By Professor Jörg Renner, Professor for Experimental Geophysics at Ruhr-Universität Bochum
08MAR
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  17:30-21:00 Forum Rolex Learning Center

EPFL Alumni and EPFL's Equal Opportunities Office invite you to celebrate the International Women's Day on Friday March 8th at the Forum Rolex Learning Center. The event is part of EPFL's 50th Anniversary programme. The event will look back on "50 years of EPFL women" and will offer testimonies from 5 genenations of women graduates. ... Read more about "International Women's Day: 50 years of EPFL Women"
11MAR
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By: Mrinmaya Sachan - Carnegie Mellon University IC Faculty candidate Abstract: Over the past decade, the field of artificial intelligence (AI) has seen striking developments. Yet, today’s AI systems sorely lack the essence of human intelligence i.e. our ability to (a) understand language and grasp its meaning, (b) assimilate common-sense background knowledge of the world, ... Read more about "IC Colloquium: Towards Literate Artificial Intelligence"
11MAR
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  12:15 SV 1717

WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: Viral infections are among the main causes of death in the world. When prevention is not an option, antiviral drugs are the last resort to prevent the spread and the mortality of these infections. There are only a few effective drugs on the market, for the most part ... Read more about "Supramolecular Antivirals"
By Prof. Francesco Stellacci, EPFL, Lausanne (CH)
11MAR
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  13:15-14:15 MXF 1

In this talk, I will highlight some of our recent advances in the field of direct electrochemical reduction of CO2 into value‐added fuels and chemicals on metallic Cu‐based catalysts and nonmetallic carbon‐based MNC electrocatalysts with molecularly‐defined coordinative MNx metal‐nitrogen centers as active sites. Special focus will be placed on efficient production of CO at lab‐scale ... Read more about "Free electrons to molecular bonds and back – The dark side of solar fuels and solar chemicals"
By Prof. Peter Strasser, Chemical Engineering Division, Technical University Berlin
11MAR
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  18:00-20:00 Archizoom

This book for the first time illustrates the history and significance of rammed earth construction in Central Europe, particularly in Switzerland, using historical examples to investigate the potential of that building technique for contemporary construction. As such, it represents a pioneering comprehensive documentation that will contribute to safeguarding existing architectural monuments, while also providing the ... Read more about "Book Launch "Pisé. Rammed Earth – Tradition and Potential""
By Roger Boltshauser, Nadja Maillard, Cyril Veillon (editors)
Conférence de Jesús ...
12MAR
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  12:00-18:00 SG 094.11

EPFL organizes every year a Specialized Master’s Day to present these programs more specifically to interested students. In 2019 this day will be organized on Tuesday March 12th, in the SG Hall. After each presentation, a snack will be offered to the participants. Program: From 12:00 to 18:00, presentations and information booths will give you ... Read more about "Specialized Master's Day 2019"
12MAR
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Abstract: How much and how fast do biogeochemical signature respond to hydrological variations (and climate changes in general)? This question has lingered in catchment sciences for decades, with literature now boasting decades of concentration (C) and discharge (Q) data that record Earth system response to changing environmental conditions. Diverse explanations abound in literature explaining contrasting ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Catchments as hydro-biogeochemical reactors under changing climate conditions""
By Dr Li LI, Associate professor, Li Reactive Water Group, Dept ...
12MAR
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  12:15-13:00 DIA 005

Abstract: The trend towards integration of microsensors in a broad variety of devices and contexts is flourishing. This trend results in abundant product innovations striving to bring value to applications. Many of these innovations are dominantly triggered by progress in sensor miniaturization. In particular, monolithic sensor systems comprising the sensor element and signal processing on ... Read more about "Challenges in Smart Sensor Systems"
By Lucas Tschuor
12MAR
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Semi-artificial photosynthesis interfaces biological catalysts with synthetic materials and aims to overcome the limitations of natural and artificial photosynthesis. (1) It also provides an underexplored strategy to study the functionality of biological catalysts on synthetic scaffolds through a range of techniques. This presentation will summarise our progress in integrating biocatalysts in bespoke hierarchical 3D electrode ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Interfacing nature’s catalytic machinery with synthetic materials for semi-artificial photosynthesis"
12MAR
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  14:00-15:00 INR 113

This talk provides upper and lower bounds on the optimal guessing moments of a random variable taking values on a finite set when side information may be available. These moments quantify the number of guesses required for correctly identifying the unknown object and, similarly to Arikan's bounds, they are expressed in terms of the Arimoto-R\'{e}nyi ... Read more about "Guess What ?"
By Prof. Igal Sason, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Igal Sason ...
12MAR
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  17:00-18:00 SV 1717

The prefrontal cortex (PFC) has been dubbed the “doer cortex” with a primary role of representing and selecting purposeful actions. In the context of psychiatric disorders, much of the neuronal data and computational work on the PFC encoding of behavior focuses on the representation (or perception) of internal and external events that precede these actions. ... Read more about "Lausanne Neuroscience Seminar // Bita Moghaddam - “Impact of anxiety on action encoding”"
By Bita Moghaddam PhD
Department of Behavioral Neuroscience
Oregon Health & ...
13MAR
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  12:15-13:15 SV 1717

Outside of its well-characterized actions in the HPA axis, the stress-associated peptide corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) regulates neuronal excitability and synaptic transmission in several extrahypothalamic brain regions. Previous research has shown that CRF in the nucleus accumbens (NAc) promotes appetitive behavior through mechanisms that remain poorly understood. We have recently showed that CRF potentiates both dopaminergic ... Read more about "BMI SEMINAR // Julia Lemos - Dissecting the actions of corticotropin releasing factor (CRF) in the nucleus accumbens"
By Julia Lemos, Department of Neuroscience, The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis ...
14MAR
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  09:00-16:30 TBA

During this day, we will present different techniques and tools that will help you fully embrace the Open Science Way when writing scientific code. In the morning you will be able to follow three ex-cathedra presentations, whereas in the afternoon we are organizing a workshop. We have alimited number of places for the workshop. For ... Read more about "EPFL SoOpen 2019"
15MAR
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By Erwan QUINTIN, Wisconsin School of Business
15MAR
By Dr. Todd Macfarlan
15MAR
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  16:30-17:30 SV2510

The feeling of being one continuous individual in time is a natural evidence, which is disturbed in patients with schizophrenia, who feel disconnected from the environment. I will describe clinical reports suggesting a disruption of the sense of time continuity in schizophrenia, associated with a disruption of the sense of self, and of the feeling ... Read more about "Vision & Cognition Seminar // Anne Giersch - A disruption of the prediction of sequences at the ms level in schizophrenia: a mechanism for altered immersion in the world?"
By Anne Giersch INSERM U1114, University Hospital of Strasbour
15MAR
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  17:30-18:30 SV 2510

In this talk I will present findings from recent investigations into the effects of ketamine on cognition, oculomotor control and brain function. Ketamine has been proposed to model symptoms of psychosis. Support for this hypothesis comes from studies that report ketamine-induced alterations in cognition and brain function that resemble the deficits observed in schizophrenia. Here, ... Read more about "Vision & Cognition Seminar // Ulrich Ettinger - Effects of Ketamine on Oculomotor and Neuroimaging Biomarkers of Schizophrenia"
By Ulrich Ettinger Department of Psychology, University of Bonn  
16MAR
  09:00-16:00

Aperçu des contenus du module : Rappels : - Variables aléatoires discrètes - Loi binomiale - Variables aléatoires continues - Fonction de densité - Loi normale Méthodes de statistique inférentielle : - Théorème central limite - Construction d’un intervalle de confiance pour une moyenne - Construction d’un intervalle de confiance pour un pourcentage - Test ... Read more about "Formation continue en Statistiques"
By Madame Carmen Mermoud, Gymnase de Burier   
M. Prof. Stephan Morgenthaler ...
18MAR
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: Since Paracelsus’ (1493-1541) definition that the dose makes the drug, the basic treatment strategies have largely remained unchanged. Following diagnosis of a disease the doctor prescribes specific doses of small-molecule drugs or protein pharmaceuticals which interfere with disease-associated molecular targets. However, this treatment concept lacks any diagnostic feedback, ... Read more about "Designing Cell-Based Treatment Strategies of the Future"
By Prof. Martin Fussenegger, ETH Zürich, Basel (CH)
18MAR
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Crystallization by particle attachment (CPA)1 of amorphous precursors has been demonstrated in biominerals formed by several animals. Precisely the same precursors phases, hydrated (ACCH2O) and anhydrous calcium carbonate (ACC), have been observed spectromicroscopically in 3 diverse phyla: echinoderms2, molluscs3, and cnidarians4 (Figure 1). This is surprising because these groups diverged from one another long before ... Read more about "Nanoscale amorphous precursors and their phase transitions in diverse biominerals"
By Prof. Pupa Gilbert, Physics Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA
19MAR
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  11:00-13:00 smart living lab, Fribourg room

A presentation by Prof. Marilyne Andersen, Head of Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design (LIPID) at EPFL and Academic Director of the smart living lab. This lecture will explore current research efforts aiming towards a deeper integration of performance considerations in the design process, notably as they relate to daylighting and indoor comfort, by creating ... Read more about "smart living lunch #2 | Daylightful indoors: taking the occupant’s perspective"
19MAR
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: Surface-associated assemblages of oxygenic microbial phototrophs (microalgae and cyanobacteria) in biofilms and photosymbioses are characterized by a high optical density and (sub-)mm-thick photic zones, wherein steep and dynamic gradients of light, temperature, pH, O2 and other chemical species modulate photosynthetic performance. While application of various microscale methods has given detailed insight to photosynthesis in ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Coral Biophotonics and Microscale Canopy Effects""
By Dr Michael Kühl, Professor, Microenvironmental Ecology, Dept. of Biology, University ...
19MAR
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  13:00-16:30 CO 120

Demonstrations have been used to make lectures more interesting and accessible for a very long time – but is there any point in investing time and effort into demonstrations in the age of smartphones and instant YouTube clips? This workshop will discuss this question, as well as give practical tips on designing and using demonstrations ... Read more about "Lecture Demonstrations in the age of YouTube"
By Ilya Eigenbrot
20MAR
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  08:30-18:30 STCC

Innovation is one of the basic missions of EPFL and of primary importance to the School of Engineering (STI). After 2 successful editions with over 150 attending companies, we are organising the 3rd edition if the industry day on Wednesday March 20 2019. It offers different opportunities to companies, research laboratories of EPFL, as well ... Read more about "Engineering Industry Day"
By Session1: Engineering for life science and health Bart Deplancke – Laboratory ...
20MAR
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Identical objects and figures may look different in different contexts. This is a general phenomenon, manifested in many different domains of vision research, and it can provide important insights into various perceptual mechanisms. The talk will start with examples of salient contextual effects involving perception of transparency, gaze direction, 3D shape, and amodal completion. Most ... Read more about "BMI SEMINAR // Dejan Todorovic - Effects of context in perception and visual illusions"
By  Dejan Todorovic, Lab of Experimental Psychology, Department of Psychology, University ...
22MAR
  10:30-11:30 PPB 019

Optical coherence imaging (CI) systems developed at ANU are compact polarization-interferometers that facilitate 2D time-resolved imaging of simple plasma spectroscopic scenes. These systems simultaneously analyse the spectrum and polarization properties of relatively narrow-band spectral scenes (transmitted by an optical interference pre-filter) such as Doppler broadened emission lines or polarized multiplets. The physical parameters determining the ... Read more about "Coherence imaging for plasma spectro-polarimetry"
By Prof. John Howard, Australian National University, Canberra
22MAR
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  16:15-17:30 BCH 2201

We are developing tools of “biofabrication” that enable facile assembly of biological components within devices, including microelectronic devices, that preserve their native biological function. By recognizing that biological redox active molecules are a biological equivalent of an electron-carrying wire, we have developed biological surrogates for electronic devices, including a biological redox capacitor that enable bi-directional ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Towards Electrogenetics: integrating biofabrication, synthetic biology, and microelectronics"
By Prof. William E. Bentley, Fischell Department of Bioengineering, University of ...
25MAR
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  10:15-11:15 BC 420

By: Eunsol Choi - University of Washington IC Faculty candidate Abstract: Real world entities such as people, organizations and countries play a critical role in text. Reading offers rich explicit and implicit information about these entities, such as the categories they belong to, relationships they have with other entities, and events they participate in. In ... Read more about "IC Colloquium: Learning to Understand Entities In Text"
25MAR
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Ivan Martin, University of Basel (CH)
25MAR
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Fracture of soft materials is a complex process coupling non linear mechanics and statistical physics[1]. Because of the large deformations involved before a crack propagates, molecular damage typically occurs in the bulk of the material and not only in the fracture plane[2]. This is particularly true for tough soft materials where bulk energy dissipation mechanisms ... Read more about "Molecular insight in fracture of soft materials"
By Prof. Costantin Creton, Soft Matter Science and Engineering Laboratory, ESPCI ...
26MAR
03APR
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  08:00-18:00 GA 3 21

An incentive to use coarse-grained models is to use them for inference and control instead of the original (often intractable) model. Since coarse-grained models are always “wrong”, questions such as inference under model misspecification or goal-oriented uncertainty quantification (e.g. for control) come into play. This workshop will address such topics, with a special focus on ... Read more about "Big data and uncertainty quantification: statistical inference and information-theoretic techniques applied to computational chemistry"
By Carsten Hartmann, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg Fabio Nobile, EPFL Frank Pinski, University ...
26MAR
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Registration information coming soon! PITCH YOU IMPACT TRAINING – We all make an impact – What’s yours? Whether your project contributes to elucidating fundamental scientific questions or aims to solve societal challenges, become aware of your impact and pitch it proudly! WHO IS IT FOR? ENAC PhD students, post-docs & scientific collaborators only. PURPOSE? Identify ... Read more about "Pitch Your Impact Training 2019 - By InnoSeed ENAC"
26MAR
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: The lampricides, 3-triflouromethyl-4-nitrophenol (TFM) and 5-chloro-N-(2-chloro-4-nitrophenyl)-2-hydrobenzamide (niclosamide) have been intentionally added to tributaries of the Great Lakes since the 1950’s to kill the invasive parasitic sea lamprey. In contrast to legacy contaminants and many chemicals of emerging concern, lampricides are directly added to the Great Lakes ecosystem. Despite their widespread and intentional use, the ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Photochemical fate of lampricides in tributaries of the Great Lakes""
By Dr Christy Remucal, Associate professor, Aquatic Chemistry group, Civil & ...
26MAR
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  12:15-13:00 DIA 005

Abstract: MEMS mirror have been developed since the early 90’s, originally for telecom-switching application, but also in parallel for scanning-based laser projection systems with the great benefit of providing a projected image with very large color gamut, always-in-focus, ultra-small and low power. Originally Lemoptix was a spin-off from the EPFL Micro-Systems laboratory was one of ... Read more about "Laser-MEMS scanning mirror for ultra-miniature video projection"
By Dr. Nicolas Abelé
26MAR
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Abstract: Complex three-dimensional (3D) structures in biology (e.g., cytoskeletal webs, neural circuits, and vasculature networks) form naturally to provide essential functions in even the most basic forms of life. Compelling opportunities exist for analogous 3D architectures in human-made devices, but design options are constrained by existing capabilities in materials growth and assembly. We report routes ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Mechanics-guided, deterministic 3D assembly"
26MAR
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  16:15 SV.1717

The Ferrell lab studies signal transduction and cell cycle regulation, mainly focusing the spatial and temporal regulation of mitotic entry and exit. They explore how the individual proteins that regulate these processes work together in circuits, generating reliable systems-level behaviors, by using quantitative experimental approaches, modeling, and theory. Much of their work make use of ... Read more about "Trigger waves in cell signalling"
By Prof. James Ferrell, Prof. of Chemical and Systems Biology, Professor ...
27MAR
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  12:15-13:15 SV 1717

Nutritional decisions are key determinants of health, wellbeing and aging. We want to understand how animals decide what to eat and how these decisions affect the fitness of the animal. To achieve a mechanistic, integrated, whole-animal understanding of nutritional decision-making we work at the interface of behavior, metabolism, microbiome, and physiology in the adult Drosophila ... Read more about "BMI SEMINAR // Carlos Ribeiro - The brain as a central regulator of nutrition: how needs turn into wants"
By Carlos Ribeiro, Behavior and Metabolism Lab, Champalimaud Research, Champalimaud Centre ...
28MAR
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"Business-School Education and Its Effects on Manufacturing Industry Performance" Abstract This research studies the effects of business-school education on the long-run performance of manufacturing industry. Specifically, the project examines the creation and development of business schools in the US, and its influence on manufacturing firms’ long-run outcomes, such as employment, productivity, and profitability. The results ... Read more about "Seminar by Prof. Michela Giorcelli, UCLA"
28MAR
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  16:00-17:00 Zeuzier, I17 4 K2

ChE-605 - Highlights in Energy Research seminar series Access to clean water along with sustainable energy and the protection of the environment are probably the greatest challenges of our society but also a unique opportunity to reshape our technology landscape. Major molecular separation issues underpin these areas. Take for instance CO2 capture: here, one wishes ... Read more about "Approaches to porous materials development to address separation challenges"
By Dr. Camille PETIT
Department of Chemical Engineering,
Barrer Centre, Imperial ...
28MAR
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By Prof. Clément Mazet, University of Geneva
https://www.unige.ch ...
29MAR
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By Toni WHITED, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
01APR
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Institute of Microengineering - Distinguished Lecture Campus Lausanne SV 1717 (live) Campus Microcity MC B0 302 (video) Zoom Live Stream: https://epfl.zoom.us/j/805358547 Abstract: Robots today rely on rigid components and electric motors based on metal and magnets, making them heavy, unsafe near humans, expensive and ill-suited for unpredictable environments. Nature, in contrast, makes extensive use of ... Read more about "HASEL Artificial Muscles - Versatile High-Performance Actuators for a New Generation of Life-like Robots"
01APR
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  12:15-13:15 SV 1717

Abstract: With approximately 1.8 million deaths each year, lung cancer has become the leading cause of cancer mortality in women and men worldwide. In the last fifteen years, great clinical progress has been made that offers new hope for patients, as exemplified by the advent of targeted therapies and more recently immunotherapies. Yet, current treatments ... Read more about "Mechanisms of lung cancer development: from tumor immunology to cellular metabolism"
By Dr Etienne Meylan
01APR
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By Prof. Fritz Bircher, Institute of Printing (iPrint), University of Applied ...
03APR
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By Samuel Muscinelli, Computational Neuroscience Laboratory (Gerstner Lab), BMI, SV, EPFL ...
03APR
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  13:00-18:30 Theatersaal National, Bern

Last year, the SNSF launched PRIMA, its new funding scheme for outstanding women researchers. PRIMA grantees benefit from a first-rate leadership programme, which we are launching at a special event in Bern. Don't miss the opportunity to hear a thought-provoking keynote speech by the renowned leadership expert Margaret J. Wheatley and participate in discussions on ... Read more about "Save the date: PRIMA Leadership Programme - Kick-off event"
By Keynote - Margaret J. Wheatley: The essential role played by women ...
04APR
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By Jessica A. WACHTER, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
05APR
  12:15-13:00 GC B3 30

Limited data on strong earthquakes and their effects on structures poses one of the main challenges of making reliable risk assessments of tall buildings. For instance, while the collapse safety of tall buildings is likely controlled by large magnitude earthquakes with long durations and high low-frequency content, there are few available recorded ground motions to ... Read more about "CESS Seminar: Utilization of physics-based simulated earthquake ground motions for performance assessment of tall buildings – validation, collapse safety, and machine learning tools for regional risk evaluation"
By Dr. Nenad Bijelić, postdoctoral scholar at the Unit of Applied ...
08APR
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Bio: Chad A. Mirkin, Ph.D., is the Director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology and the George B. Rathmann Professor of Chemistry. Mirkin also is a professor of chemical and biological engineering, biomedical engineering, materials science & engineering, and medicine at Northwestern University. Mirkin is ... Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Chad Mirkin, Northwestern University, Evanston. IL (USA)
08APR
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By Prof. Gero Decher, Charles Sadron Institute, Strasbourg France
09APR
By Dr Athanasios Nenes, professor, LAPI (Laboratory of Atmospheric Processes and ...
09APR
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  12:15-13:15 MED 0 1418

Abstract: Graphene is an attractive candidate for carbon-based electronic devices. However the absence of band gap is a major hindrance for this promising application. There is a need to develop facile routes for engineering the band gap via molecular functionalizations. The challenge resides in the fact that graphene is assumed to be chemically inert. [1] ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Chemistry makes graphene interfaces great again: a first-principles investigation"
09APR
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Abstract: It is an exciting period for nanofluidics, the field exploring the transport of fluids at the nanoscales. Routes now exist to fabricate individual channels with nanometric and even sub-nanometric dimensions, while new instruments have also been invented to probe transport across these channels. And indeed, a number of quite exotic properties for water and ... Read more about "IGM Colloquium: Water flows at nanoscales and exotic ionic transport"
09APR
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  13:00-16:30 salle CO 120

To develop assessment techniques which are valid and objective, notably to test if students have met the required learning outcomes. Read more about "Assessment Matters"
By Roland Tormey
09APR
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  16:30-18:00

Registration information coming soon! PITCH YOU IMPACT - PUBLIC CONTEST DISCOVER Several innovative projects and ideas “made in ENAC” How to fund your applied research or innovation project The InnoSeed ENAC program and team APERITIF offered from 18.00 We all make an impact – What’s yours? Whether your project contributes to elucidating fundamental scientific questions ... Read more about "Pitch Your Impact Contest 2019 - By InnoSeed ENAC"
11APR
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John and Lola Grace Distinguished Lecture in Cancer Research This seminar will also be televised to CHUV Visioconférence 2 and to Biopôle CLE B301 Read more about "Dr Mikael Pittet, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA // "Cancer & Myeloid Cells""
By Dr Mikael Pittet, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
12APR
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By Ron KANIEL, Simon School of Business, University of Rochester
15APR
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  12:15 SV 1717

WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Wilson Wong, Boston University, Boston, MA (USA)
15APR
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  13:15-14:15 MXF 1

Nanoparticles have interesting analogies to molecules. Recent research has revealed that nanocrystals can align and fuse to larger single crystalline units (Oriented Attachment) or build self-assembled superstructures with mutual crystallographic order (Mesocrystals). These examples suggest that it should be possible to establish chemistry with nanocrystals as chemical building blocks. Nanocrystals are similar to molecules concerning ... Read more about "Nanocrystals as chemical building blocks"
By Prof. Helmut Cölfen, University of Konstanz, Physical Chemistry
16APR
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: Buildings represent habitats for various airborne pollutants that have direct or indirect effects on the quality of our living spaces, health, and well-being. As we spend most of our time in buildings, understanding sources and composition of indoor air pollutants is fundamental for interpreting the health risks and for developing improved building control measures ... Read more about "EESS talk on "The Pig-Pen Effect: Immersed in a Cloud of Particles and Bioaerosols""
By Dr Dusan Licina, tenure track assistant professor, Smart Living Lab ...
29APR
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: Our lab is interested in the regulation of growth and metabolism by nutrients and for some time we have focused on the mTOR pathway, particularly the nutrient-sensing network anchored by mTOR Complex 1 (mTORC1). I will discuss our latest work on how mTORC1 senses cytosolic and lysosomal amino ... Read more about "mTOR and Lysosomes in Growth Control"
By Prof. David Sabatini, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Whitehead Institute for ...
29APR
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The double gyroid (DG) microdomain structure is a complex 3D tubular network structure found in block copolymers as well as in butterfly wings and amphiphilic phases. We employ a slice and view electron microscopy technique to directly generate a 3D tomogram of the DG nanoscale structure. The material studied is a polystyrene (PS) – polydimethylsiloxane ... Read more about "3D Morphological Characterization of Complex Soft Matter Assemblies at the Sub-Unit Cell Level"
By Prof. Erwin Thomas, Thomas Research Group, Rice University Houston USA
30APR
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Abstract: Apix-Analytics, the leader in Nano-Sensor (NEMS) based gas chromatography (GC) system is a start-up company from CEA-LETI and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) founded in December 2011. The presentation will present why NEMS resonators offer a unique breakthrough technology in the GC field and will discuss how the key challenges such as industrialization, ... Read more about "APIX: NEMS-based gas chromatograph"
30APR
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By Yves Revaz,  Laboratory of Astrophysics, EPFL
03MAY
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By Neeltje van HOREN, Bank of England
06MAY
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Institute of Microengineering - Distinguished Lecture Campus Lausanne SV 1717 (live) Campus Microcity MC B0 302 (video) Zoom Live Stream: https://epfl.zoom.us/j/997034286 Abstract: A new flexible hotoplethysmography (PPG) sensor patch measuring blood-flow volume (BFV) and blood pressure (BP) based on AI algorithms is successfully designed and prototyped. With this patch, the measurement on BFV and BP ... Read more about "A New Flexible Photoplethysmography (PPG) Sensor Patch for Continuous Measurement of Blood Flow Volume and Pressure based on AI algorithms"
06MAY
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Cheng Zhu, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (USA)
06MAY
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A new hybrid additive manufacturing process is introduced, combining Laser Shock Peening (LSP) with Selective Laser Melting (SLM), and called 3D LSP. LSP is a well-known surface treatment introducing plastic deformation and Compressive Residual Stresses (CRS) over a certain penetration depth into the material. By repeatedly applying LSP during the part fabrication, 3D LSP can ... Read more about "Hybrid Additive Manufacturing of metal parts with 3D control of internal stresses and microstructures"
By Prof. Roland Logé, Laboratory of Thermomechanical Metallurgy, EPFL
07MAY
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  12:15-13:00 GR C0 01

Abstract: Recently, many call for public participation to support environmental decision-making. Methods enabling structured and transparent decision-making when facing complex problems need to evolve. Environmental Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) is such a decision-making method. Urban wastewater management (UWM) is a good example of a complex decision that would benefit from citizens’ participation. The reason is ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Decision making: a serious game!""
By Dr Alice Aubert, SNSF Ambizione fellow in the Cluster of ...
07MAY
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  12:15-13:15 CM 5

BIOENGINEERING SEMINAR Abstract: Imagine a world in which we could adapt biology to manufacture any therapeutic, material, or chemical from renewable resources, both quickly and on demand. Industrial biotechnology is one of the most attractive approaches for addressing this need, particularly when large-scale chemical synthesis is untenable. Unfortunately, current approaches to engineering organisms remain costly ... Read more about "Repurposing Ribosomes for Synthetic Biology"
By Prof. Michael Jewett, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (USA)
09MAY
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  12:00-13:30 MED 2 1522

"Introduction" workshop In this course, you will get an introduction to the main concepts of Research Data Management to apply them to your specific situation. Learning outcomes: Know the stakes around Research Data Management Discover how a Data Management Plan (DMP) can help you be more efficient in your research Get an overview of good ... Read more about "Research Data Management workshop"
By EPFL Library Research Data team
10MAY
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By Narayana KOCHERLAKOTA, University of Rochester
10MAY
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  16:15-17:30 BCH 2201

Our research employs electrochemistry as the primary synthetic tool to fabricate a variety of solid state materials as thin-film type electrodes and catalysts. These materials are selected for use in electrochemical and photoelectrochemical cells that produce fuels, building block chemicals, and clean water using renewable energy sources. We develop electrodeposition-based synthesis strategies to design and ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Biomass Conversion, and Desalination"
By Prof. Kyoung-Shin Choi, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
13MAY
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Gilad Haran, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot (IL)
13MAY
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Fibers and fabrics are among the earliest forms of human expression, and yet they haven’t changed much from a functional standpoint over the entire course of human experience. Recently, a new family of fibers composed of conductors, semiconductors and insulators has emerged. These fibers can achieve device attributes, yet are fabricated using scalable preform-based fiber-processing ... Read more about "From a Moore’s Law for Fibers To Fabrics as a Service"
By Prof. Yoel Fink, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, MIT ...
14MAY
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Abstract: Intensification of the global hydrological cycle has been linked with increased precipitation in mid latitudes and polar regions. Increased precipitation over Antarctica affects the ice sheet mass balance and its contribution to global sea level rise. At the same time, more precipitation over the Southern Ocean causes its freshening with important consequences for ecosystems ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Precipitation and atmospheric hydrological cycle in Antarctica and Southern Ocean""
By Dr Irina Gorodetskaya, Assistant researcher, CESAM, Universidade de Aveiro, Dept ...
14MAY
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Abstract: The integration of microsystems and, in particular, of MEMS devices continues to be a key element of many high technology application areas. If the devices themselves are crucial elements for innovation, their integration in a complete microsystem are essential for their successful commercialization. Hence development of 3D integration and packaging technologies are of the ... Read more about "Packaging and Hybridization: the Valorization of MEMS Technologies"
By Dr. Michel Despont
14MAY
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  13:00-16:30 salle CO 120

Explore ways to design lab experiments that help students develop a scientific approach which is transferable to real world complexity. Read more about "Leveraging Labs for Learning"
By Siara Isaac & Cécile Hardebolle
15MAY
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"Flexible-working hours and career paths: A test with LinkedIn data" Abstract : This study addresses the issue of whether the value placed by employers on employees’ temporal work flexibility contributes to the gender gap in careers paths -- as suggested by Goldin (2014). Specifically, we investigate whether firms reward disproportionately employees who are willing to ... Read more about "Seminar by Prof. Myriam Mariani, Bocconi University"
17MAY
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Le futur de l’enseignement et les enjeux de la transition gymnase-université A l’occasion du 50e anniversaire de l’EPFL, la Vice-Présidence Education a le plaisir de vous convier à une édition spéciale des 5 à 7 traditionnels pour l’année 2019. Cette rencontre permettra de mener une réflexion commune autour des enjeux du futur de l’éducation. En ... Read more about "Journée de l'éducation 2019 - Dialogues Scientifiques et pédagogiques"
17MAY
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19MAY
22MAY
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The Latsis Symposium 2019 on Diamond Photonics at EPFL will be a unique event bringing together for the first time the worldwide leaders in diamond photonics. It will gather on EPFL campus the key international players of academic research in physics and photonics, in growth and fabrication technologies, together with companies engaged in bringing the ... Read more about "Latsis Symposium 2019 on Diamond Photonics"
By Keynote and Invited Speakers on www.diamondphotonics.org
19MAY
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Public Lecture as part of the Latsis Symposium 2019 on Diamond Photonics The lecture is open to the large public and introduces the topic of Diamond Photonics in general terms. We welcome in particular also young participants with an interest in science and engineering to join. The event is free of charge, but registration is ... Read more about "Shine on, you Nanostructured Diamond (Public Lecture)"
20MAY
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WEEKLY BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Claire Hivroz, Institut Curie, Paris (F)
20MAY
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Individual perfect nanocarbon structures have exceptional properties; the challenge is often how to exploit their potential in real macroscopic systems. Chemical functionalisation is critical to a wide range of nanocarbon technologies, but needs to be versatile and applicable at scale. Existing approaches tend to rely on liquid phase reactions, often requiring damaging sonication or lengthy ... Read more about "Versatile and scalable approaches to chemical processing of nanocarbons"
By Prof. Milo Shaffer, Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London
21MAY
29MAY
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The workshop will address computational and theoretical issues in stochastic modeling and model reduction in molecular and complex systems. In particular, the program will include topics ranging from quantum to mesoscale modelling, with focus on uncertainty quantification, machine learning and approximate inference method, methods using both quantum and classical models, semiclassical limits and their computational ... Read more about "Computational mathematics for model reduction and predictive modelling in molecular and complex systems"
By Markos Katsoulakis, University of Massachusetts Amherst Benedikt Leimkuhler, University of ...
21MAY
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Cette formation vous permettra de découvrir les fonctionnalités de SharePoint 2013 côté utilisateur, puis en tant que propriétaire de site(s) dans un deuxième temps. A l'issue de cette formation, vous serez capable dans un premier temps de naviguer et d'utiliser un site SharePoint puis dans un deuxième temps de gérer un site SharePoint 2013. L'accent ... Read more about "SharePoint 2013"
By CERFI
24MAY
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Identification of the active catalytic site and design of catalysts with 100% atom efficiency has been a long-standing goal in heterogeneous catalysis. A promising approach to reaching this goal through the controlled preparation of isolated single-atom heterogeneous catalysts has emerged in the recent literature. For catalytic metals, atomic dispersion affords better utilization, different (often better) ... Read more about "Chemical Engineering Seminar - Single Metal Atoms as Game-Changers in Heterogeneous Catalysis"
By Prof. Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos,  Department of Chemical Engineering, Tufts University, USA.
27MAY
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BIOENGINEERING COLLOQUIA SERIES (sandwiches served) Abstract: To be provided. Read more about "to be announced"
By Prof. Fabian Theis, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Munich (D)
27MAY
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Atomically-resolved imaging of materials has become the mainstay of modern materials science, as enabled by advent of aberration corrected scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM). However, the wealth of quantitative information contained in the fine details of atomic structure or spectra remains largely unexplored. In this talk, I will present the new opportunities enabled by physics-informed ... Read more about "Deep Neural Networks in Electron Microscopy of Quantum Materials: From Learning Physics to Atomic Manipulation"
By Prof Sergei Kalinin, Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS), Oak ...
28MAY
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Abstract: In arid regions throughout the world, freshwater system are at the confluence of drivers that include severely limited water supplies, rapid population growth and demographic shifts, transboundary competition for shared freshwater resources, climate change and variability, and institutional dysfunction. Our work focuses on Jordan, which is one of the water poorest countries in the ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Analysis of the Future of Freshwater Resources of Jordan: From Transboundary Competition to Climate Change""
By Dr Steven Gorelick, Professor, Stanford University, Dept. of Earth, Energy ...
28MAY
  16:15 SV 1717

The Bonger lab combines organic chemistry with molecular biology and biochemistry to target and answer biological questions related to autoimmune- and protein misfolding diseases. Active projects include Coordination-Assisted Bioorthogonal Chemistry, Selective targeting of autoreactive B-cells and Chemoenzymatic subcellular protein labeling. Read more about "TBA"
By Dr. Kimberley Bonger, Radboud University, Netherlands
03JUN
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Institute of Microengineering - Distinguished Lecture Campus Lausanne SV 1717 (live) Campus Microcity MC B0 302 (video) Zoom Live Stream: https://epfl.zoom.us/j/351365168 Abstract: I will review recent work on using dynamic optical elements, such as deformable mirrors and spatial light modulators, to increase the capabilities of laser micro fabrication and optical microscopy. In particular, I will ... Read more about "Dynamic optics for laser microfabrication and high-resolution microscopy"
07JUN
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By Yufeng WU, University of Illinois
10JUN
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"Horizontal Wage Dispersion and Employee Mobility. When Inequality Means Equity" Abstract : We examine the association between horizontal wage dispersion in firms and employee mobility. While prior work suggests that horizontal wage dispersion induces employee mobility, we explore key contingencies—specifically, firm size and sources of horizontal wage dispersion—that determine whether such dispersion has a positive ... Read more about "Seminar by Prof. Francesca Melillo, KU Leuven"
13JUN
14JUN
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Whether small or large, the ability to successfully lead change projects has become one of the key competencies required of leaders today. This workshop has been designed for leaders responsible for implementing change projects. Its hands-on approach will allow you to take your project through the main stages of the change process and acquire the ... Read more about "Successfully leading your team through change"
By Anne- Marie Turcotte
14JUN
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By Kenneth J. SINGLETON (Stanford University)
18JUN
26JUN
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Event to take place as such: 18 to 21 June 2019 - CIB premises (Room GA 3 21). 24 to 26 June 2019 - CECAM premises (Room BCH 3113). Part of the Semester : Multi-scale Mathematical Modelling and Coarse-grain Computational Chemistry Read more about "Title TBA"
By John Maddocks, EPFL
28JUN
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By Mitsuru IGAMI, Yale Department of Economics
01JUL
05JUL
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The 11th World Conference of Science Journalists will be held from July 1st to July 5th, 2019, in Lausanne. Read more about "2019 World Conference of Science Journalists"
01JUL
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Institute of Microengineering - Distinguished Lecture Campus Lausanne SV 1717 (live) Campus Microcity MC B0 302 (video) Zoom Live Stream: https://epfl.zoom.us/j/983964754 Abstract: In the last decade, we have seen a convergence of microelectronics into the world of healthcare providing novel solutions for early detection, diagnosis and therapy of disease. This has been made possible due ... Read more about "CMOS Microelectronics for DNA detection using Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistors"
22JUL
26JUL
 

The Young Topologists Meeting is an annual event for graduate students, recent PhDs and other junior researchers in topology (both pure and applied). Previous editions were organised by the University of Copenhagen, jointly by Stockholm University and the Royal Institute of Technology, and the EPFL. The Young Topologists Meeting 2019 will take place July 22-26 ... Read more about "Young Topologists Meeting"
By participants, Julie Bergner, Vidit Nanda

Thesis defenses

22FEB
By Rogério Manuel CABETE DE JESUS JORGE
28FEB
By Florin DZELADINI
01MAR
  16:00 ML F34, - ETHZ, -Rämistrasse 101, - 8092 Zürich

Thesis directors : Prof. A. Pautz , Dr B. Volmert Energy doctoral program. Thesis 8960 Read more about "High-Fidelity Determination of Nuclide Inventories for Radioactive Waste Disposal"
By Valentyn BYKOV
01MAR
  17:00 ELA 1

Thesis directors :Prof. T. Lasser , Prof. D. Van De Ville Biotechnology and Bioengineering doctoral program. Thesis 9094 Read more about "Optical projection tomography for whole organ imaging"
By David NGUYEN
01MAR
  17:00 Salle H8-01-D EPFL Campus Biotech Ch. des Mines 9 - 1202 Genève

Thesis director : Prof. S. Lacour Biotechnology and Bioengineering doctoral program. Thesis 9046 Read more about "Soft multimodal neural interfaces for unravelling sensory neurological circuits"
By Frédéric Pierre Gérald MICHOUD
05MAR
  10:00 OSGA/EG06, PSI, Forschungsstrasse 111, 5232 Villigen

Thesis directors : Prof. A. Pautz , Dr E. Fridman Energy doctoral program. Thesis 7264 Read more about "Extension of the nodal code DYN3D to SFR applications"
By Evgeny NIKITIN
07MAR
  17:00 EPFL Campus Biotech -Salle H4.02 - 9 Chemin des Mines - 1202 Genève

Thesis directors :Prof. G. Courtine , Prof. J. Bloch Neuroscience doctoral program. Thesis 7659 Read more about "Axon regeneration and circuit reorganization after complete spinal cord injury"
By Sabry Leonardo BARLATEY
07MAR
By Kay Alexander BARTHOLDI
08MAR
By Pranay DIGHE
08MAR
  17:00 GC C3 30

Thesis directors : Prof. A. Schleiss , Prof. J. De Saldanha Gonçalves Matos Civil and Environmental Engineering doctoral program. Thesis 9040 Read more about "Blocking probability of large wood and resulting head increase at ogee crest spillways"
By Paloma FURLAN
08MAR
  17:00 H8-01 144.165, Campus Biotech, Chemin des Mines 9, 1202 Genève

Thesis director : Prof. S. Lacour Microsystems and Microelectronics doctoral program. Thesis 9181 Read more about "Soft microfabricated neural implants: a path towards translational implementation"
By Nicolas VACHICOURAS
08MAR
By Tuure Eelis HAMERI
08MAR
  17:30 MXF 1

Thesis director :Prof. F. Stellacci Materials Science and Engineering doctoral program. Thesis 9114 Read more about "virucidal nanomaterials against influenza"
By Özgün KOCABIYIK
08MAR
  18:00 BC 420

Thesis director : Prof. E. Telatar Computer and Communication Sciences doctoral program Thesis 9319 Read more about "Bits through time"
By Elie NAJM
20MAR
By Jher Hau YEAP
04APR
  14:00 Building ETZ, Room E81, ETH Zurich – 8005 Zürich

Thesis Directors: Prof. T. Kippenberg - Dr P. F. Seidler Photonics doctoral program Thesis Nr. 9250 Read more about "Integrated Gallium Phosphide Photonics"
By Katharina SCHMEING
12APR
  17:00 BC 420

Thesis directors : Prof. S. Süsstrunk , Prof. R. Hersch Computer and Communication Sciences doctoral program. Thesis 9189 Read more about "New Approaches to Artistic Synthesis Relying on Visual Perception"
By Mahmut Sami ARPA

Inaugural lectures - Honorary Lecture

19FEB
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Honor lesson of Prof. Eduardo Sanchez, Dean, Head of Department "Information and Communication Technologies" HEIG-VD Read more about "The future of computing"
By eduardo.sanchez@epfl.ch
14MAR
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Nous présenterons dans notre leçon un bref historique des grands problèmes du calcul des variations comme l'inégalité isopérimétrique, le problème de la brachistochrone, le principe de Dirichlet ou le problème des surfaces minimales. Puis nous parlerons très brièvement de quelques problèmes ouverts. Programme: 18:00 Introduction par le professeur M. Picasso, MATH 18:10 Leçon d'honneur du ... Read more about "Le calcul des variations: une perspective historique"
By le Prof. Bernard Dacorogna, MATH (CAA)
21MAR
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Le laboratoire d’électronique et traitement de signal ESPLAB de l’EPFL, implanté sur le site de Neuchâtel à Microcity, a développé des activités de recherche et développement en partenariat avec des entreprises du domaine de la microtechnique et de l’horlogerie avec le soutien d’institutions de financement tels que le FNS, la CTI et les projets européens. ... Read more about "Applications du traitement du signal et de la microélectronique aux systèmes embarqués et aux montres électroniques"
By Prof. Pierre-André Farine, ESPLAB (IMT)

Public Science Events

07MAR
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The goal for the PhD students finalists of the competition is to present their research in simple, straightforward terms in 3 minutes before an audience. A jury made up of people from scientific and media world will be responsible to decide between the 14 finalists. Read more about "Final of the competition "My Thesis in 180 seconds""

Sciences Activities for Youth

02MAR
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La 6ème édition du championnat de science par équipes, ouvert aux jeunes de 8 à 15 ans (5P à 11S), aura lieu le samedi 2 mars 2019 à l'EPFL. Délai d’inscription: 31 janvier 2019, dans la limite des places disponibles. Le jour de l'évènement, le public peut venir assister au RLC à la présentation des ... Read more about "Championnat scientifique "Curieux et inventifs""

Exhibitions

03NOV
10MAR
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The outstanding Catalan philosopher and theologian Ramon Llull (c.1232–1316) encourages us to reread the late Middle Ages. Llull, not only theoretically and linguistically invented a new method of knowledge acquisition, like an engineer, he also mechanized it, and translated it into a machine. The EPFL instance is curated by: Prof. Dr. Amador Vega, (Universitat Pompeu ... Read more about "Thinking Machines. Ramon Llull and the ars combinatoria"
By Prof. Dr. Amador Vega, Prof. Dr., CEO and Director Peter ...
18FEB
22FEB
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Exposition des travaux des étudiants en architecture produits lors des cours "Concevoir des Structures" (BA5) et l'Atelier Weinand "Back On Track" (MA1). Dispensés le long du semestre d'Automne, ces cours permettent de découvrir et d'approfondir la conception de la structure par l'exercice du projet architectural. Les sujets de cette année concernent des programmes sportifs de ... Read more about "EXPO Concevoir des Structures + Atelier Weinand "Back on Track""
19FEB
06APR
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CO-OPERATE En réunissant des constructeurs, architectes, agriculteurs, artistes, artisans et ingénieurs convaincus que l’empathie et la collaboration sont la base de tout travail de qualité, le bureau d’architecture Case Design de Mumbai créée les conditions qui permettent d’édifier des lieux dédiés à l’hospitalité, l’interaction sociale, la réflexion, le jeu, les rituels, l’isolement, l’efficience et le ... Read more about "Case Design - A School in the Making"
28FEB
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EPFL ArtLab invites you, over a lunch break, to a guided tour of the exhibition Thinking Machines. Ramon Llull and the ars combinatoria. Thursday February 7 - guided tour in French Thursday February 28 - guided tour in English Thursday March 7 - guided tour in French "Thinking Machines" explores a bold approach to acquiring ... Read more about "Visit-Lunch ArtLab exhibition - THINKING MACHINES"
By EPFL Artlab
07MAR
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  12:15-13:00 Artlab - Pavillon B

EPFL ArtLab invites you, over a lunch break, to a guided tour of the exhibition Thinking Machines. Ramon Llull and the ars combinatoria. Thursday February 7 - guided tour in French Thursday February 28 - guided tour in English Thursday March 7 - guided tour in French "Thinking Machines" explores a bold approach to acquiring ... Read more about "Visit-Lunch ArtLab exhibition - THINKING MACHINES"
By EPFL Artlab
24MAY
  14:00-17:00 GR A3 31, GR A3 30, GR B3 30 et GR A3 32

Le Design Project a pour but de mettre en pratique les connaissances des étudiants de Master 1e année SIE dans un projet issu de la pratique. Il se déroule sur le semestre de printemps et il se termine par une présentation orale des étudiants, ainsi qu'une exposition de Posters. Read more about "Design Project - Présentations orales"
By Etudiants de Master, 1e année SIE

Academic Calendar

22FEB
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Statement of results following the Discusssion of borderline cases Read more about "Official Winter session results"
12MAR
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One day, for following classes : 2nd year Bachelor and 1st year Master of all Sections Read more about "Study trip"
15APR
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Deadline for submitting Master on-line applications which will be taken into account in the 2nd round of admissions Read more about "Master applications -  2nd deadline for file submission"
15APR
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19APR
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From Friday 19th April until Sunday 28th April 2019 Read more about "No courses (Easter holidays)"
29APR
03MAY
 

Interruption of lectures and exercises for the AR, GC and SIE sections, 4th semester Read more about "ENAC Week"
30APR
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EDAM: doctoral program in advanced manufacturing EDAR: architecture and sciences of the city EDCE: civil and environmental engineering EDCH: chemistry and chemical engineering EDDH: digital humanities EDEE: electrical engineering EDEY: energy EDMA: mathematics EDME: mechanics EDMI: microsystems and microelectronics EDPY: physics EDRS: robotics, control, and intelligent systems Read more about "Online application deadline for prospective PhD students in the EDAM, EDAR, EDCE, EDCH, EDDH, EDEE, EDEY, EDMA, EDME, EDMI, EDPY and EDRS doctoral programs"
03MAY
 

For sections secretaries, deadline for validation of enrolments for Bachelor and Master program examinations for Summer 2014 Read more about "Validation of enrolments for examinations"
10MAY
 

Deadline for the announcement by the sections to the Academic Registrar's Office Read more about "Specialisations passed by PDM students"
15MAY
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Deadline for submitting new applications for a grant from the EPFL social commission Read more about "Application for a grant"
17JUN
06JUL
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Summer session 1st year, Bachelor Cycle and Master Cycle examinations for all sections Read more about "Summer session examinations"
19JUN
21JUN
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EDBB: doctoral program in biotechnology and bioengineering EDMS: doctoral program in molecular life sciences EDNE: doctoral program in neuroscience Read more about "Hiring days in the EDBB, EDMS and EDNE doctoral programs"
23JUL
 

Admission for holders of foreign secondary studies certificates Read more about "Bachelor Admissions Board"

Call for proposal

19FEB
23MAR
 

Rare Disease Models and Mechanisms-Europe registry open for registration “Solve-RD – Solving the unsolved Rare Diseases” is a large European research project funded by the EU for five years (2018-2022) under Horizon 2020. The consortium is collaborating with European reference networks (ERNs) to improve the diagnosis of rare diseases. Solve-RD is about to establish a ... Read more about "Rare Disease Models and Mechanisms-Europe registry open for registration"
22FEB
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The goal of the FAMAE Foundation is to seek pragmatic, efficient, durable, universal and money-saving solutions to make life easier for urban citizens while reducing their environmental footprint. The Foundation launches annual international competitions to enable brilliant and innovative inventors to make their ideas come true or to effectively launch their product. The 2019 competition ... Read more about "[ FAMAE Foundation - PRECIOUS WATER! | Proof of Concept & Seed funding ]"
25FEB
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NRP 77 will investigate the interrelationships and concrete effects of digital transformation in Switzerland. The NRP will analyse the impacts of digital changes in Switzerland as well as develop possible interventions, experiments and solutions that will make it easier to leverage the opportunities and respond adequately to risks, thereby paving the way for optimal management ... Read more about "[ NRP 77 Digital transformation | Research funding ]"
28FEB
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To improve the prevention and treatment of infectious disease, and to promote the appropriate and effective use of antimicrobial agents, the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) awards research grants and doctoral fellowships worldwide in the following areas of interest, as well as grants for short-term visits to the UK to institutions and individuals. PROJECT ... Read more about "[British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy | Research Funding]"
28FEB
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The mission of Eurostars is the support of R&D-performing entrepreneurs, by initiating pan-european projects and co-funding their research activities, enabling them to compete interna-tionally and become leaders in their sector. Deadlines: 13.09.2018 28.02.2019 12.09.2019 Duration: the duration of the project may not exceed 36 months. Who can apply: To be eligible, the partnership must include ... Read more about "[ Eurostars 2 | Research funding ]"
28FEB
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The Swiss-based Fondation Botnar launches a call for research projects that aim at: better understanding the determinants, mechanisms and status of the health and wellbeing of adolescents in rapidly growing secondary cities in low- and middle-income countries. and/or validating new solutions and services addressing unmet adolescent health or wellbeing needs or challenges at the individual, ... Read more about "[ Fondation Botnar | Research funding on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing ]"
28FEB
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The Wellcome Trust “Collaborative Awards in Science” support Basic and clinical research in any disciplines carried out by a team of researchers, working together on the most important scientific problems to improve health for everyone. Interdisciplinary projects across Science, Humanities and Social Science and Innovations teams are encouraged. Who can apply The PI must be ... Read more about "[ Wellcome Trust - Collaborative Awards in Science | Research funding ]"
28FEB
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"
28FEB
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The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) commissioned the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO) as the Leading House for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This call allows funding of approx. 26 mobility grants. Partner countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab ... Read more about "[SERI - Seed Money Grants with MENA Countries | Research Funding]"
28FEB
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Promotion Santé Suisse soutien avec ce Programme d'Action Cantonal (PAC) des projets dans les domaines thématiques de l’alimentation, de l'activité physique et de la santé psychique. Le PAC se concentre sur les groupes cibles enfants, adolescents et personnes âgées ainsi que sur leurs référents. Ces différents thèmes et groupes cibles correspondent aux quatre modules du ... Read more about "[ Promotion Santé Suisse - Soutien de projets Programmes d'action cantonaux (PAC) | Research funding ]"
28FEB
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The Swiss Cancer League / Swiss Cancer Research foundation can provide financial support for the organization of international scientific conferences for cancer related research conducted in Switzerland. Funding: max. CHF 10’000 This threshold can be exceeded in well justified cases. Eligible costs: costs incurred by the invited speakers’ travel and accommodation expenses. Rolling call: submit ... Read more about "[ Swiss Cancer League | Funding for scientific conference ]"
28FEB
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The Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMS) supports scientific events with a thematic link with the activities of the SAMS. Eligible events must promote the transfer of knowledge towards the next generation of scientists or the exchange between experts and patients and must be held in Switzerland. Events with an overall budget of over CHF ... Read more about "[ Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences | Scientific events ]"
28FEB
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The EuroTechPostdoc Programme provides international research and career development opportunities for high potential experienced researchers. It is one of the first cross-country fellowship programmes co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. In 2019, 40 new postdoctoral positions will be available across the four EuroTech Universities (Technical University of Denmark, École ... Read more about "[ EuroTechPostdoc Programme | FELLOWSHIP ]"
01MAR
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EURIPIDES² is the EUREKA Initiative for Packaging & Integration of µDevices & Smart Electronic Systems. Submission deadlines: Autumn Call 2018: Deadline for Project Outline 24.09.2018 Spring Call 2019 - Synchronised call with EUREKA PENTA: 01.03.2019 Who can apply: Large companies, SMEs, Research centers and Universities How: Two-stages submission: Project Outlines (PO) can be submitted at ... Read more about "[ EURIPIDES² - Research funding ]"
01MAR
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PENTA targets trans-national innovation supporting National priorities in micro and nanoelectronics enabled systems and applications. Each year, PENTA organises a Call to submit R&D&I project proposals in the area of micro and nanoelectronic applications and technologies. Submission deadline: PENTA Call 4 deadline: 01.03.2019 Who can apply: Project consortia can be composed of representatives from large ... Read more about "[ EUREKA PENTA | Research funding ]"
01MAR
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Aim: MDA Venture Philanthropy (MVP) is the Muscular Dystrophy Association's drug development program, which operates within MDA's Translational Research program. MVP is exclusively focused on funding the discovery and clinical application of treatments and cures for neuromuscular diseases. Adapting elements of the venture capital model, the MVP business plan is characterized by an emphasis on ... Read more about "[ MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION - MDA Venture Philanthropy | Research funding ]"
01MAR
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EUROGIA2020 is launching a new project call in collaboration with the European Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan to encourage companies to participate in transnational collaborations to develop innovative industrial RD&D projects for low carbon energy technologies. The first call will be launched in September 2018 in five low carbon sector areas of common interest to ... Read more about "[ EUROGIA 2020 | Research funding ]"
01MAR
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Early Postdoc.Mobility fellowships awarded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) are designed for postdocs at the beginning of their career who wish to enhance their scientific profile by working at a research institution abroad. Deadlines: 1st of March and 1st of September 2019 (17.00h Swiss local time) Funding : Living costs, higher amount for ... Read more about "[ Early Postdoc Mobility I Fellowship funding ]"
04MAR
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The LEO Foundation is one of Denmark’s largest commercial foundations. Established in 1984, its main objective is to ensure the long-term independence and success of the global, research-based pharmaceutical company LEO Pharma. LEO Foundation Open competition grants support the best dermatology research projects worldwide that: Improve the understanding of the underlying medicinal, biological, chemical, or ... Read more about "[ LEO Foundation – Open Competition Grants | Research funding in dermatology ]"
05MAR
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Founded in 1996, the Jérôme Lejeune Foundation is France’s number one funder for research in genetic intelligence disorders conducted in France and abroad. The foundation supports research: On Down syndrome and other intellectual disability from genetic origin (e.g. Williams-Beuren syndrome, fragile X syndrome, “cri du chat” syndrome, other trisomies, monosomies and unexplained intellectual disability). Autism ... Read more about "[ Jérôme Lejeune Foundation | Research funding on genetic diseases with intellectual disability ]"
10MAR
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Doc.CH (HSS) is aimed at promising researchers who wish to write a doctoral thesis on a topic of their own choice in the humanities and social sciences in Switzerland. Besides the salary of the doctoral student, the grant may include a contribution towards costs directly related to project implementation. IMPORTANT: Please check eligibility criteria and ... Read more about "[ SNSF - Doc.CH | Fellowship funding ]"
11MAR
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BRIDGE is a joint programme conducted by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). It offers new funding opportunities at the intersection of basic research and science-based innovation, thereby supplementing the funding activities of the two organisations. BRIDGE Proof of Concept projects support young researchers (see eligibility criteria ... Read more about "[ BRIDGE PROOF OF CONCEPT – 10th CALL | Research funding ]"
11MAR
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Each year, Fondation Leenaards allocates up to CHF 1.5 million for the Leenaards Prize for Translational Medical Research. The research prize is awarded to 2-3 innovative projects, conducted by, at least, a university hospital (CHUV, HUG) and an academic partner (e.g. EPFL, UNIL, UNIGE) of the Lake Geneva region, investigating a clinical problem from an ... Read more about "[ Fondation Leenaards | Research funding on translational medical research ]"
11MAR
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Call for Proposals for Multinational Research Projects on Translational Biomarkers in Brain Disorders The 'Network of European Funding for Neuroscience Research' (NEURON) aims at coordinating research efforts and funding programmes of its partner countries in the field of disease-related neuroscience. The NEURON Network has launched a joint transnational call for projects on 'Translational Biomarkers in ... Read more about "[ ERA-NET NEURON JTC Call 2019 | Research funding]"
11MAR
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Based in Vienna, DEBRA International is a worldwide network of national groups working on behalf of those affected by the genetic skin blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). The foundation supports projects from basic to advanced preclinical research in the following research areas: biology and genetics of all forms of EB. development of therapies (including possible ... Read more about "[ DEBRA Foundation research funding on Epidermolysis bullosa | Research funding ]"
12MAR
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Aim: The CF Foundation is the world's leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis and is pleased to announce an upcoming new Request For Applications (RFA) for “Advancing Gene Editing Technologies and Tools for Cystic Fibrosis.” These awards are intended to support gene-editing research in repairing or circumventing CFTR mutations in individuals ... Read more about "[ Cystic Fibrosis Foundation | Research Funding ]"
14MAR
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The Foundation Promobilia supports: research and development of technical aids so that disabled persons could benefit of a more active life. The foundation’s support aims also at ensuring that these products get into production and reach those in need. research about the comprehension of reading and writing difficulties. research around diseases that could lead to ... Read more about "[ Foundation PROMOBILIA | Research and development funding ]"
14MAR
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In the context of the Korean-Swiss Science and Technology Programme, the SNSF and the National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Korea launch another call for Joint Research Projects (JRPs). Joint Research Projects (JRPs) enable researchers in Switzerland to conduct a joint project together with a Korean partner. The projects will have a duration of four ... Read more about "[ SNSF - Korean-Swiss Science and Technology Programme | Research funding ]"
15MAR
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Promotion Santé Suisse soutien, avec son programme Prévention dans le Domaine des Soins (PDS), des projets ciblant les maladies non transmissibles (MNT), les addictions et/ou la santé psychique. Les projets doivent viser à renforcer la prévention dans le domaine des soins tout au long de la chaîne de prise en charge afin de favoriser la ... Read more about "[ Promotion Santé Suisse - Prévention dans le Domaine des Soins (PDS) | Research funding ]"
15MAR
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The Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation offers Doctoral Exchange Grants to PhD students to carry out a research stay of max. 1 year at a host institution (university or research institute) anywhere in the world. Please note that either the home institution or the host institution should be based in Switzerland. The ultimate aim of the ... Read more about "[ Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation | Doctoral Exchange Grant ]"
15MAR
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Are you applying to one of the Company of Biologists’ journals – Development, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Experimental Biology and Disease Models & Mechanisms? Are you an excellent graduate student or post-doctoral researcher of any nationality, working in the field of the journal to which you apply? Do you wish to make collaborative ... Read more about "[ The Company of Biologists – fellowship to visit laboratories | Scientific exchange ]"
15MAR
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The Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM) Conference Travel Grants are aimed at early career scientists wanting to attend scientific meetings, conferences, workshops and courses relating to the areas of research covered by the journal around the world. Who can apply: PhD students and early career post-doctoral researchers (please join a support letter from the head ... Read more about "[ The Company of Biologists – grant to attend conference | Scientific exchange ]"
15MAR
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The goal of the REPIC platform (Renewable Energy, Energy & Resource Efficiency, Promotion in International Cooperation) is to strengthen and coordinate Swiss federal activities (by SECO, SDC, FOEN, SFOE) on renewable energies, energy and resource efficiency within developing and transitioning countries. Projects must facilitate the transfer of Swiss technology and know-how to meet local needs. ... Read more about "[ REPIC | Research funding with developing and transitioning countries ]"
15MAR
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EFSD and Sanofi have established a new programme called the EFSD/Sanofi European Pilot Research Grants for Innovative Measurement of Diabetes Outcomes to encourage new projects aimed at advancing current knowledge in this field. HbA1c might not be the only “metric” of relevance to assess the possibility for a treatment strategy to provide long term benefit ... Read more about "[ European Foundation For the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) and Sanofi I Research funding for measurement of diabetes outcomes ]"
15MAR
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EFSD and Sanofi have established a new programme called the EFSD/Sanofi European Diabetes Research Programme in Macrovascular Complications to encourage new projects aimed at advancing current knowledge in this field. Grants are offered for basic or clinical mechanistic studies. Innovative studies including use of advanced stem cell approaches will be particularly welcome. Studies involving classical ... Read more about "[ European Foundation For the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) and Sanofi I Research funding in macrovascular complications of diabetes ]"
15MAR
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The Myotubular Trust was set up in the UK in 2006 to raise money for research aimed at finding a cure and/or a treatment for any form of centronuclear and myotubular myopathy (congenital X-linked recessive; congenital autosomal recessive; autosomal dominant). The Myotubular Trust supports proof of principle translational research projects that: Are not generally funded ... Read more about "[ Myotubular Trust | Research funding ]"
17MAR
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Founded in 1903, the Swiss Lung Association is a nationwide service organization for the lungs and the respiratory tract. It consists of 19 cantonal lung leagues coordinated by the Bern office. The Association does NOT support research in relation to the tobacco industry. The Swiss Lung Association supports research (including ongoing projects) related to lung ... Read more about "[ Swiss Lung Association (Lungenliga Schweiz) | Research funding ]"
18MAR
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This is a globally competitive three-year fellowship program for early and advanced postdoctoral researchers to conduct independent research of international relevance To improve the learning, development and living conditions of children and youth or To contribute to one of the foundation’s thematic priorities: science of learning, early childhood and rural livelihoods. In any discipline, e.g. ... Read more about "[ Jacobs Foundation - Postdoctoral fellowships | Fellowship funding ]"
20MAR
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Aim: The mission of the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) is to improve the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) by funding innovative research of the highest quality and relevance. This award program is designed to enhance our existing support of autism research by providing timely resources to enable high-risk/high-impact, exploratory ... Read more about "[ SIMONS FOUNDATION | SFARI Explorer Award ]"
22MAR
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With this call, SUDAC promotes the establishment of 2-3 Clusters of Cooperation in the Global South (CLOCs) in Africa, Asia, or Latin America. This call is not about funding research projects, but aims at establishing institutional co-operation. CLOCs must: Be related to at least 5 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Cooperate with at least 2 COFER ... Read more about "[ SUDAC – swissuniversities Development and Cooperation Network | Funding for institutional co-operation in the Global South ]"
25MAR
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Young investigators face a major challenge in the transition from postdoctoral/clinical fellow to their first tenured faculty position. It is hard to gain significant and truly independent funding at this career stage, yet such support is critical to advance up the academic ladder, especially in Europe. Action is needed now to avoid a generation gap ... Read more about "[ European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) and Novo Nordisk Foundation I Funding for postdocs pursuing an academic career ]"
27MAR
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The Call for 2020 EIT Health Business Plan Proposals is now open. EPFL is an Associate Partner in EIT Health and can participate in all projects, although the total funding available for EPFL is capped. Final proposals are due by 27 March 2019. Please note that, for Innovation Projects, a pre-proposal must be submitted to ... Read more about "[ EIT Health Business Plan 2020 - Calls for Proposals | Research funding ]"
30MAR
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The Sophie and Karl Binding Foundation supports applied research projects in the fields of landscape conservation and spatial planning and conservation of cultural heritage in Switzerland. The foundation does NOT support basic research. Funding & Duration: no upper or lower limit. Applicants are invited to present a detailed budget, indicating the funding already secured and ... Read more about "[ Sophie und Karl Binding Stiftung | Research funding ]"
30MAR
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Aujourd’hui on trouve de plus en plus de robots humanoïdes, en vente libre, qui sont destinés à s’installer dans nos foyers pour remplir des tâches domestiques, garder nos enfants, servir de meilleur ami ou de compagnon sexuel. TA Swiss commissionne une étude interdisciplinaire visant à évaluer les chances et les risques de l’entrée dans nos ... Read more about "[ TA Swiss – Foundation for Technology Assessment | Research funding on robots, empathy and emotions ]"
31MAR
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The OPO Foundation supports basic and applied research projects within or linked to the disciplines of pharmacy and medicine. Restrictions: The Foundation supports concrete, self-contained and broad-based projects that are not taken into account by the public sector. Projects must be based in Switzerland. Smaller projects abroad with a connection to Switzerland may also be ... Read more about "[ The OPO Foundation | Research Funding ]"
31MAR
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"
31MAR
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The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) commissioned the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO) as the Leading House for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This call allows funding of approx. 26 mobility grants. Partner countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab ... Read more about "[SERI - Seed Money Grants with MENA Countries | Research Funding]"
31MAR
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The Wings for Life Spinal Cord Research Foundation (WfL) performs and promotes basic, pre-clinical and clinical research related to spinal cord injury worldwide. To support translational clinical trials of high calibre and promising therapies, the foundation runs the ACCELERATED TRANSLATIONAL PROGRAM. Besides funding, WfL offers a network of clinicians, scientists, and other professionals with expertise ... Read more about "[ Wings for Life - Funding for clinical trials on spinal cord injury | Research funding ]"
31MAR
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The Cancer Aid Foundation supports basic research, clinical research and proof of concepts leading to a clear clinical benefit for cancer patients. Supported research aims at finding innovative ways of improving prognosis, cure and therapy and focuses on treatments with minimal side effects and a high quality of life. Who can apply: scientists from universities ... Read more about "[Cancer Aid Foundation | Research funding]"
31MAR
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Fondation pour la lutte contre le cancer aims at promoting and supporting projects, works or organizations in Switzerland related to the combat, prevention, research, treatment or alleviation of cancer diseases in general and leukæmia in particular. Who can apply: companies and individuals. Funding: the foundation has an annual budget of approximately CHF 280'000 for donations. ... Read more about "[Fondation pour la lutte contre le cancer | Research funding]"
31MAR
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The Wyss Center is a translational research center that accelerates the development of neurotechnology research into clinical solutions for human benefit. The Wyss Center welcomes informal inquiries, from anywhere in the world, about projects that could complement its existing programs and make full use of the Wyss center’s research platforms and human resources (e.g. neuroscientists, ... Read more about "[ Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering | Research funding ]"
31MAR
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Ursula Wirz Foundation promotes research and development in the industrial sector, in particular in the fields of printing technology and coating technology by supporting ground-breaking scientific work and lectures by awarding scholarships to students and scientists at the request of the institution in Switzerland. Deadlines: 31 March and 30 September (every year) Application: requests for ... Read more about "[ Ursula Wirz Foundation | Research funding ]"
31MAR
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) has commissioned the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) as Leading House for bilateral research collaboration with partner institutions in South Asia and Iran, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Mobility Grants enable the young generation of scientists to take ... Read more about "[ ZHAW - Call for Mobility Grants with South Asia and Iran | Mobility funding ]"
31MAR
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The UK-based charity, Wellcome Trust, launched the Innovator Awards to support researchers who are transforming great ideas into healthcare innovations that could have a significant and measurable impact on human health. You can work in any discipline on any type of technology: Priority focus areas: diagnostics, drug repurposing, mental health, but also neglected tropical diseases, ... Read more about "[ Wellcome Trust - Innovator awards | Research funding ]"
31MAR
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On February 1st, 2019 the SNSF launches SPIRIT, a new program aimed at fostering international scientific collaboration between researchers based in Switzerland and their counterparts in 127 SPIRIT partner countries receiving development assistance. A highly competitive selection process is in place, with 12 projects being funded per year. Who can apply: Max. 4 applicants. At ... Read more about "[ SNSF SPIRIT funding for collaborative scientific projects with countries receiving development assistance | Research funding]"
31MAR
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Established in Geneva in 2016, the Fondation pour la Recherche en Périnatalité (FReP) aims to finance scientific research on pregnancy, childbirth, child development, and parenthood. Deadline: applications (in ENG or FR) can by submitted any time. Decision: within 6 months. For further information, please have a look at the foundation’s website, supported projects and at ... Read more about "[ Fondation pour la Recherche en Périnatalité (FReP) | Research funding on pregnancy, childbirth, child development, and parenthood ]"
01APR
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Young investigators face a major challenge in the transition from postdoctoral/clinical fellow to their first tenured faculty position. It is hard to gain significant and truly independent funding at this career stage, yet such support is critical to advance up the academic ladder, especially in Europe. Action is needed now to avoid a generation gap ... Read more about "[ European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) and Novo Nordisk Foundation - Full deadline I Funding for postdocs pursuing an academic career ]"
01APR
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Aim: The CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports qualified young scientists at leading universities and research centers around the world. The Institute seeks hypothesis-driven, mechanistic studies in both immunology and tumor immunology. The applicant and sponsor should make every effort to demonstrate the potential of the proposed studies to directly impact our understanding of the ... Read more about "[ CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE - CRI Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship Program | Fellowship funding ]"
05APR
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The Novartis Research Foundation (Novartis Forschungstiftung) has launched the 2019 FreeNovation thematic call for research projects on Systems medicine: From molecule to phenotype and better therapies. Proposals must: Apply to at least one of the following key words: Data integration, modeling & simulation Analytics, diagnostics, imaging Physiology, pathology, pharmacology Relate to biomedical research with the ... Read more about "[ Novartis Forschungsstiftung – FreeNovation | Research funding on Systems Medicine ]"
15APR
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Established in 2003 in Luzern, the Osteology Foundation promotes research, education and collaboration between universities and industry in the field of oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration all over the world. The objective is to make new techniques and products available to practitioners quicker and with greater goal orientation. The Osteology Foundation funds clinical, pre-clinical and ... Read more about "[ Osteology Foundation Full Proposal Deadline | Research Grants ]"
15APR
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La Fondation d’aide Sociale et Culturelle du Canton De Vaud redistribue la part des bénéfices de la Loterie Romande qui revient au Canton de Vaud accordant une contribution aux projets qui correspondent à son but dans les domaines culturel, artistique, social, éducatif, du sport handicap, de la santé, du patrimoine, de la recherche (toutes les ... Read more about "[Fondation d'Aide Sociale et Culturelle du Canton de Vaud | Research Funding]"
15APR
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The Albert Renold Travel Fellowships enable scientists and clinicians to travel and stay at other institutions abroad in order to learn specific techniques or clinical skills required for the advancement of their diabetes research project and not available at their home institution. Who can apply: Scientists and clinicians: either PhD students or having obtained a ... Read more about "[ European Foundation For the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) I Travel fellowships ]"
24APR
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The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) supports laboratory and clinical research projects with the potential to delay, slow, stop, reverse or prevent the progression of Parkinson’s disease. CPT only accepts research applications that meet the following criteria: Disease modifying (slow, stop, reverse) Translate into clinic (Phase 2b trial) within 5 years CPT does NOT accept symptomatic ... Read more about "[ The Cure Parkinson’s Trust | Research funding ]"
30APR
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The Velux Stiftung supports basic and applied research in the fields of daylight, healthy ageing and ophthalmology which: is relevant beyond the borders of a single discipline, can accelerate research by removing bottlenecks, enables implementation of research and whose results will be promoted and/or implemented inside and outside academia. The foundation welcomes international and interdisciplinary ... Read more about "[ VELUX STIFTUNG | Research grants ]"
30APR
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The Velux Stiftung supports basic and applied research in the fields of daylight, healthy ageing and ophthalmology which: is relevant beyond the borders of a single discipline, can accelerate research by removing bottlenecks, enables implementation of research and whose results will be promoted and/or implemented inside and outside academia. The foundation welcomes international and interdisciplinary ... Read more about "[ Velux Stiftung Research Grants | Research funding ]"
30APR
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"
30APR
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The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) commissioned the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO) as the Leading House for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This call allows funding of approx. 26 mobility grants. Partner countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab ... Read more about "[SERI - Seed Money Grants with MENA Countries | Research Funding]"
30APR
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The Holcim Stiftung offers grants to outstanding young scientists to carry out excellent research (fundamental, applied, PoC, market-oriented) in any discipline and field in Switzerland. Priority is given to projects: with a positive social impact, exploring innovative methods, new perspectives or novel lines of questioning crucial to the advancement of science, already underway. Who can ... Read more about "[ Holcim Stiftung - Advanced Postdoctoral Fellowship/Assistant Professorship in any discipline | Fellowship funding ]"
30APR
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The Alpro Foundation is calling for applications for innovative research projects related to plant-based diets impact on human health and/or biodiversity. Projects should be based on human studies (animal studies and in vitro studies are not eligible), and should focus on whole foods or plant-based food patterns (not supplements nor one particular bioactive plant compound). ... Read more about "[ Alpro Foundation | Research Funding on Plant-Based Nutrition ]"
30APR
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The 9th edition of the Dalle Molle Foundation “Quality of life” prize will award two CHF 10’000 prizes to ongoing research projects focusing on data processing and the new technologies and aiming at facilitating access to information in order to improve the quality of life and of the environment, and facilitate social interactions. The research ... Read more about "[Fondation Dalle Molle – Quality of life Prize | Research funding ]"
30APR
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Swiss Bridge is a private foundation associated with the Swiss Cancer League, the Swiss Cancer Research foundation and the Union for International Cancer Control, which supports high-quality cancer research in Europe. The 2019 call focuses on immune cell therapy, including all types of immune-cell therapies, such as chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR T-cell) therapy, tumor-infiltrating ... Read more about "[ Swiss Bridge Foundation - Swiss Bridge Award 2019 | Research funding ]"
30APR
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The Wellcome Trust “Collaborative Awards in Science” support Basic and clinical research in any disciplines carried out by a team of researchers, working together on the most important scientific problems to improve health for everyone. Interdisciplinary projects across Science, Humanities and Social Science and Innovations teams are encouraged. Who can apply The PI must be ... Read more about "[ Wellcome Trust - Collaborative Awards in Science | Research funding ]"
01MAY
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What: Support to university-based, high-potential business cases from the Venture Kick programme with the aim of substantially accelerating their market entry. Support to proposals where a R&D or design boost can speed up the success of the deep tech business case. Your project MUST be: Already in the Venture Kick process Already approved by a ... Read more about "[ Gebert Rüf Stiftung - InnoBooster | Research funding ]"
01MAY
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Gebert Rüf Stiftung (GRS) was established in 1998 by entrepreneur Heinrich Gebert as a science and innovation foundation. Its objective is to promote «Switzerland as a top location for business and as a place to live». As a private funding agency guided by its mission statement «making science effective», it supports entrepreneurial projects, which are ... Read more about "[ Gebert Rüf Stiftung - Scientainment | Scientific outreach ]"
01MAY
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The goal of the Cogito Foundation is to encourage the dialogue between science and technology on one hand and humanities and the social sciences, on the other. The Foundation supports research that helps bridge this gap. It does not fund the mere application of a method from one discipline to another: all disciplines involved must ... Read more about "[ THE COGITO FOUNDATION | Research Grants, Postdoctoral Fellowships, Scientific Visits, Congresses, Dissemination ]"
11MAY
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La Fondation Gelbert a pour but de soutenir des projets novateurs et de qualité dans les domaines de: La protection de l’environnement La protection des animaux Le développement d’énergies nouvelles et non polluantes La recherche universitaire dans le domaine de la vue Qui peut postuler : des acteurs genevois et romands dans le cadre de ... Read more about "[FONDATION GELBERT | Research Funding]"
13MAY
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Each year, Fondation Leenaards allocates up to CHF 1.5 million for the Leenaards Prize for Translational Medical Research. The research prize is awarded to 2-3 innovative projects, conducted by, at least, a university hospital (CHUV, HUG) and an academic partner (e.g. EPFL, UNIL, UNIGE) of the Lake Geneva region, investigating a clinical problem from an ... Read more about "[ Fondation Leenaards | Research funding on translational medical research ]"
15MAY
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The purpose of the Novartis Foundation for Medical-Biological Research is to foster medical-biological science by means of financial support for research projects conducted at Swiss universities or research institutions in the field of medicine and medically oriented biology/biochemistry. Projects with a Novartis drug as a research focus are NOT eligible. Who can apply: Only Senior ... Read more about "[ Novartis Foundation for Medical-Biological Research | Research Projects ]"
15MAY
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Bayer’s Global Ophthalmology Awards Program (GOAP) helps clinical investigators and basic researchers from around the world: Make significant contributions to research in ophthalmology Complete further investigations/experiments Contribute to tangible benefits for patients with retinal disorders Improve patient access to high-quality eye care Increase disease understanding and dissemination of scientific knowledge through publications Each year, a ... Read more about "[ Global Ophthalmology Awards Program - Full proposal deadline | Research funding ]"
27MAY
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Each year, Fondation Leenaards allocates up to CHF 1.5 million for the Leenaards Prize for Translational Medical Research. The research prize is awarded to 2-3 innovative projects, conducted by, at least, a university hospital (CHUV, HUG) and an academic partner (e.g. EPFL, UNIL, UNIGE) of the Lake Geneva region, investigating a clinical problem from an ... Read more about "[ Fondation Leenaards | Research funding on translational medical research ]"
31MAY
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"
31MAY
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The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) commissioned the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO) as the Leading House for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This call allows funding of approx. 26 mobility grants. Partner countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab ... Read more about "[SERI - Seed Money Grants with MENA Countries | Research Funding]"
31MAY
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The Germaine de Staël programme of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) promotes collaborations between French and Swiss researchers and research teams in any disciplines by reimbursing travel and accommodation expenses incurred by Swiss team members as part of attending meetings or conferences in France. Projects including PhD students and young researchers are especially ... Read more about "[ SATW Germaine de Staël | Scientific exchange with France ]"
31MAY
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One day, Parkinson's disease must be treatable or - better still - be prevented. To pursue this goal, the association Parkinson Suisse offers partial or complete funding of current or planned Parkinson-related projects, studies and training stays. Consideration is given to work in the fields of basic research, clinical medicine, nursing and other health professions, ... Read more about "[ Parkinson Suisse | Research funding on Parkinson’s disease ]"
31MAY
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Are you applying to one of the Company of Biologists’ journals – Development, Journal of Cell Science, Journal of Experimental Biology and Disease Models & Mechanisms? Are you an excellent graduate student or post-doctoral researcher of any nationality, working in the field of the journal to which you apply? Do you wish to make collaborative ... Read more about "[ The Company of Biologists – fellowship to visit laboratories | Scientific exchange ]"
31MAY
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The Disease Models & Mechanisms (DMM) Conference Travel Grants are aimed at early career scientists wanting to attend scientific meetings, conferences, workshops and courses relating to the areas of research covered by the journal around the world. Who can apply: PhD students and early career post-doctoral researchers (please join a support letter from the head ... Read more about "[ The Company of Biologists – grant to attend conference | Scientific exchange ]"
01JUN
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The Ikea Foundation Switzerland supports: Prototypes and product developments anywhere in the world Product and collection presentations at public exhibitions anywhere in the world Competitions (only if its programme is arranged by specialists and its results are judged by experts) Workshops and lectures (only if targeting students or treating topics relevant to students) Supported projects ... Read more about "[ Ikea Foundation Switzerland - funding for prototypes, product development and events | Research funding ]"
01JUN
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Fondation Pierre Mercier pour la Science supports: Original scientific basic, applied or clinical biomedical research; Projects aiming at remedying the imbalance caused by industrialization on ecology and health. Preference is given to projects with applications in the short and medium term. Research must be conducted for the most part in Switzerland. Who can apply: researchers ... Read more about "[ Fondation Pierre Mercier pour la Science | Research Funding ]"
01JUN
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The Olga Mayenfisch Stiftung supports medical research in Switzerland. Note that grants cannot not be requested in the 2 years after obtaining one. Please mention in your application any parallel requests for funding. Who can apply: Researchers based at a Swiss university, hospital or other research institution. Applicants must be young group leaders / assistant ... Read more about "[ Olga Mayenfisch Stiftung - Funding for medical research | Research funding ]"
01JUN
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Aim: MDA Venture Philanthropy (MVP) is the Muscular Dystrophy Association's drug development program, which operates within MDA's Translational Research program. MVP is exclusively focused on funding the discovery and clinical application of treatments and cures for neuromuscular diseases. Adapting elements of the venture capital model, the MVP business plan is characterized by an emphasis on ... Read more about "[ MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION - MDA Venture Philanthropy | Research funding ]"
01JUN
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Sinergia promotes the interdisciplinary collaboration of two to four research groups that propose breakthrough research. Submission deadlines: 01.06.2019 01.12.2019 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 at the ... Read more about "[ SNSF Sinergia | Research funding ]"
03JUN
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BRIDGE is a joint programme conducted by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). It offers new funding opportunities at the intersection of basic research and science-based innovation, thereby supplementing the funding activities of the two organisations. BRIDGE Proof of Concept projects support young researchers (see eligibility criteria ... Read more about "[ BRIDGE PROOF OF CONCEPT – 11th CALL | Research funding ]"
07JUN
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The Germaine de Staël programme of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) promotes collaborations between French and Swiss researchers and research teams in any disciplines by reimbursing travel and accommodation expenses incurred by Swiss team members as part of attending meetings or conferences in France. Projects including PhD students and young researchers are especially ... Read more about "[ SATW Germaine de Staël | Scientific exchange with France ]"
14JUN
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The LEO Foundation is one of Denmark’s largest commercial foundations. Established in 1984, its main objective is to ensure the long-term independence and success of the global, research-based pharmaceutical company LEO Pharma. LEO Foundation Open competition grants support the best dermatology research projects worldwide that: Improve the understanding of the underlying medicinal, biological, chemical, or ... Read more about "[ LEO Foundation – Open Competition Grants | Research funding in dermatology ]"
15JUN
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Established in 2003 in Luzern, the Osteology Foundation promotes research, education and collaboration between universities and industry in the field of oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration all over the world. The objective is to make new techniques and products available to practitioners quicker and with greater goal orientation. The Osteology Foundation funds clinical, pre-clinical and ... Read more about "[ Osteology Foundation Full Proposal Deadline | Research Grants ]"
21JUN
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Gebert Rüf Stiftung was established by entrepreneur Heinrich Gebert as a science and innovation foundation. Its objective is to promote «Switzerland as a top location for business and as a place to live». As a private funding agency guided by its mission statement «making science effective», it supports entrepreneurial projects which are committed to achieving ... Read more about "[ Gebert Rüf Stiftung - Microbials | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"
30JUN
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The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) commissioned the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO) as the Leading House for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. This call allows funding of approx. 26 mobility grants. Partner countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia and the United Arab ... Read more about "[SERI - Seed Money Grants with MENA Countries | Research Funding]"
30JUN
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The Wings for Life Spinal Cord Research Foundation (WfL) performs and promotes basic, pre-clinical and clinical research related to spinal cord injury worldwide. To support translational clinical trials of high calibre and promising therapies, the foundation runs the ACCELERATED TRANSLATIONAL PROGRAM. Besides funding, WfL offers a network of clinicians, scientists, and other professionals with expertise ... Read more about "[ Wings for Life - Funding for clinical trials on spinal cord injury | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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The Cancer Aid Foundation supports basic research, clinical research and proof of concepts leading to a clear clinical benefit for cancer patients. Supported research aims at finding innovative ways of improving prognosis, cure and therapy and focuses on treatments with minimal side effects and a high quality of life. Who can apply: scientists from universities ... Read more about "[Cancer Aid Foundation | Research funding]"
30JUN
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Fondation pour la lutte contre le cancer aims at promoting and supporting projects, works or organizations in Switzerland related to the combat, prevention, research, treatment or alleviation of cancer diseases in general and leukæmia in particular. Who can apply: companies and individuals. Funding: the foundation has an annual budget of approximately CHF 280'000 for donations. ... Read more about "[Fondation pour la lutte contre le cancer | Research funding]"
30JUN
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The Wyss Center is a translational research center that accelerates the development of neurotechnology research into clinical solutions for human benefit. The Wyss Center welcomes informal inquiries, from anywhere in the world, about projects that could complement its existing programs and make full use of the Wyss center’s research platforms and human resources (e.g. neuroscientists, ... Read more about "[ Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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The Sophie and Karl Binding Foundation supports applied research projects in the fields of landscape conservation and spatial planning and conservation of cultural heritage in Switzerland. The foundation does NOT support basic research. Funding & Duration: no upper or lower limit. Applicants are invited to present a detailed budget, indicating the funding already secured and ... Read more about "[ Sophie und Karl Binding Stiftung | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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The Swiss Heart Foundation supports research on cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases by granting financial contributions for research projects conducted in Switzerland. Field of research: atherosclerotic diseases, cardiac arrhythmias, heart failure, cerebrovascular diseases, other. Funding: up to CHF 100’000 per year. Grants exceeding this amount can be considered for multicentre projects. Eligible costs: salaries (according to ... Read more about "[ Swiss Cardiology Foundation | Research grants ]"
30JUN
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With the «Young Talents in Clinical Research» program, the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences (SAMS) and the Gottfried and Julia Bangerter-Rhyner Foundation aim at encouraging young medical doctors to venture into clinical research by funding «protected time for research» and «project grants» at a clinic in Switzerland. Research fields eligible for support: patient-oriented research, epidemiological ... Read more about "[ Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences - Young Talents in Clinical Research | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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The UK-based charity, Wellcome Trust, launched the Innovator Awards to support researchers who are transforming great ideas into healthcare innovations that could have a significant and measurable impact on human health. You can work in any discipline on any type of technology: Priority focus areas: diagnostics, drug repurposing, mental health, but also neglected tropical diseases, ... Read more about "[ Wellcome Trust - Innovator awards | Research funding ]"
30JUN
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On February 1st, 2019 the SNSF launches SPIRIT, a new program aimed at fostering international scientific collaboration between researchers based in Switzerland and their counterparts in 127 SPIRIT partner countries receiving development assistance. A highly competitive selection process is in place, with 12 projects being funded per year. Who can apply: Max. 4 applicants. At ... Read more about "[ SNSF SPIRIT funding for collaborative scientific projects with countries receiving development assistance | Research funding]"
01JUL
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This is a globally competitive three-year fellowship program for early and advanced postdoctoral researchers to conduct independent research of international relevance To improve the learning, development and living conditions of children and youth or To contribute to one of the foundation’s thematic priorities: science of learning, early childhood and rural livelihoods. In any discipline, e.g. ... Read more about "[ Jacobs Foundation - Postdoctoral fellowships | Fellowship funding ]"
04JUL
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Launched in November 2017, this new initiative by the Volkswagen Stiftung supports novel project constellations and interdisciplinary cooperations in the social sciences and the engineering sciences; the integration of the humanities is welcome. Against the background of the current and emerging developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence, the Foundation wishes to support projects dealing ... Read more about "[VOLKSWAGEN STIFTUNG | Artificial Intelligence and the Society of the Future]"
15JUL
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La Fondation d’aide Sociale et Culturelle du Canton De Vaud redistribue la part des bénéfices de la Loterie Romande qui revient au Canton de Vaud accordant une contribution aux projets qui correspondent à son but dans les domaines culturel, artistique, social, éducatif, du sport handicap, de la santé, du patrimoine, de la recherche (toutes les ... Read more about "[Fondation d'Aide Sociale et Culturelle du Canton de Vaud | Research Funding]"
15JUL
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The Peter and Traudl Engelhorn Foundation was established in 1993 in Germany to promote young scientists in the field of life sciences. The Foundation offers, every year, around seven junior postdoctoral fellowships in the field of life sciences (e.g. biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, biotechnology, biochemistry, genetics, proteomics, molecular biology, systems biology, microbiology, bio-medical technology, ... Read more about "[ Peter and Traudl Engelhorn Foundation - Postdoctoral fellowships in the life sciences | Fellowship funding ]"
15JUL
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The Albert Renold Travel Fellowships enable scientists and clinicians to travel and stay at other institutions abroad in order to learn specific techniques or clinical skills required for the advancement of their diabetes research project and not available at their home institution. Who can apply: Scientists and clinicians: either PhD students or having obtained a ... Read more about "[ European Foundation For the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) I Travel fellowships ]"
25JUL
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The Wellcome Trust “Collaborative Awards in Science” support Basic and clinical research in any disciplines carried out by a team of researchers, working together on the most important scientific problems to improve health for everyone. Interdisciplinary projects across Science, Humanities and Social Science and Innovations teams are encouraged. Who can apply The PI must be ... Read more about "[ Wellcome Trust - Collaborative Awards in Science | Research funding ]"
31JUL
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The Swiss Cancer League and the Swiss Cancer Research foundation present a bursary programme to secure high-level research in clinical oncology in Switzerland by offering young investigators the possibility to visit a leading research centre abroad in order to acquire and return with advanced training and further education. The Call does NOT support basic research ... Read more about "[ Swiss Cancer League | Outgoing Mobility funding for PostDoc in medical oncology ]"
31JUL
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The Swiss Cancer League and the Swiss Cancer Research foundation call for Basic, clinical, epidemiological and psychosocial research projects with distinct cancer relevance, contributing to new observations or knowledge on the causes, prevention or treatment of cancer. Priority is given to patient-oriented research projects. Industry-related projects are NOT supported. Who can apply: principle investigator with ... Read more about "[ Swiss Cancer League - Cancer research Grant | Research funding ]"
31JUL
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The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) mandated the ETH Zurich for bilateral collaboration with partner institutions in Asia. In 2018, ETH Zurich opened a call for proposals for opportunity grants with China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN countries. Applications are accepted on a rolling base until 2020. Who can apply: senior ... Read more about "[ SERI | OPPORTUNITY GRANTS WITH CHINA, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND THE ASEAN REGION ]"