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A joint program by EPF Lausanne and ETH Zurich, two of Europe's leading science and engineering schools.

ETH Zurich (D-MAVT) and EPF Lausanne (Section of Physics), associated to the Paul Scherrer Institute, have combined their expertise to offer a Master's Program in Nuclear Engineering addressing the challenges of the sector in the 21st century. This program prepares students for the diversity found at the frontiers of research and industrial development in the field of nuclear technology

Talks & events D-MAVT

28 March 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Are Wind and Sun the Same? – Cost-effective Renewable Policies for Intermittent Energy Sources

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4 April 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Atmospheric new particle formation and climate sensitivity: the CLOUD experiment.

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6 April 2017, Talk

Von Russfahnen zu unsichtbaren Nanopartikeln: Feinstaubemissionen von Flugzeuggasturbinen

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11 April 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Exploration of deep geothermal resources: Towards a new drilling technique

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News D-MAVT

27.03.2017

Consistently among the best

ETH researchers have received eight of the coveted Advanced Grants in the European Research Council's (ERC) latest call for proposals. For several scientists, this is their second such grant. ETH Zurich has been consistently ranked among the most successful institutions since the programme was launched ten years ago. Read more 

25.03.2017

What morals do intelligent machines have and need?

Sometimes it’s the questions, rather than the answers, that show how the world is changing. For example, questions about the moral consequences of machines and computers becoming more intelligent. A group of ETH students have tackled this issue. Read more 

24.03.2017

Facilitating innovation in space

The ESA BIC Switzerland programme is starting its second round with seven additional start-ups. Amongst others, the jury was won over by the ETH spin-off "IRsweep". Using a spectrometer that utilises infra-red laser radiation, the startup wants to make environmental analysis from space more precise. Read more 

15.03.2017

Mesh Mould Project Team receives Concrete Innovation Award 2017

The Mesh Mould project team was awarded the Concrete Innovation Award 2017. The team is part of the NCCR Digital Fabrication and is supported, among others, by the Agile and Dexterous Robotics Lab at the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Read more 

14.03.2017

Liquid fuel for future computers

In the future, a new type of tiny redox flow battery will supply tightly packed electronic components with energy, while also dissipating the heat they produce. Read more 

 
 
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