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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

2 May 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Spheric Underwater Energy Reservoirs

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9 May 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Hydropower expansion: Dam heightening and hydraulics of bottom outlets

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11 May 2017, Talk

Geschichte & Flugerprobung des Me 262 A-1 Nachbaus

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16 May 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Swiss Energy Turnaround: Can we meet our mobility demands in a sustainable way?

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News D-MAVT

26.04.2017

The multitasker

Developing new things together and effecting change – that's what gets Moritz Mussgnug out of bed in the morning. The mechanical engineer manages to juggle his doctoral thesis with a startup and a project to optimise the production of walnut oil for people in Nepal. Read more 

13.04.2017

Distinguished Lecture at D-MAVT

Prof. Linda J. Broadbelt from Northwestern University has been a guest at the Distinguished Lecture Series with the topic of Reaction Pathway Analysis of the (bio) conversion of (bio) macromolecules. Read more 

10.04.2017

Aldo Steinfeld is Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Distinguished Scientist 2017

Aldo Steinfeld, Chair of Renewable Energy Carriers at ETH Zurich, received the “Chinese Academy of Sciences - President's International Fellowship for Distinguished Scientists”. The prestigious award includes a lecture-tour in China. Read more 

04.04.2017

Platelets instead of quantum dots

A team of researchers led by ETH Zurich professor David Norris has developed a model to clarify the general mechanism of nanoplatelet formation. Using pyrite, they also managed to confirm their theory. Read more 

03.04.2017

Getting to know technology with dancing robots

"Build a dancing robot" was the motto on April 2 on the Hönggerberg campus. The workshop was part of Treffpunkt Science City. Read more 

 
 
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