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

Among the potential candidates for a long-term substitution of fossil fuel, power generation by nuclear fission is one of the options with low environmental impact, base-load compatibility, vast fuel reserves and a final energy price that is nearly independent of the price of the raw energy carrier.

Talks & events D-MAVT

12 November 2015, Workshop

Zukunftstag am D-MAVT

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31 May 2016, Other

Fokus-Roll-out

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Students' information events D-MAVT

14 September 2015, Students' event

Tag der Neueintretenden Bachelor in Maschineningenieurwissenschaften

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14 September 2015, Students' event

Welcome day Master in D-MAVT

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News D-MAVT

03.08.2015

Cybathlon practice session a success

Bildrechte: ETH Zürich/Alessandro Della Bella

Zurich will host the first Cybathlon in autumn 2016, bringing together physically impaired people from all over the world to compete against each other using the latest assistive technologies. ETH Zurich welcomed 30 of the participating teams from 15 countries to complete a practice session at the Swiss Arena in Kloten. Read more 

22.07.2015

DanceBot – A robot that dances to your favorite song

Minion DanceBots

As part of Pro Juventutes “Ferienplausch”, 20 children aged between 10 and 14 visited ETH Zurich for a DanceBot workshop. During the project, they soldered, constructed, styled, and programmed the DanceBots with support of Prof. Siegwart’s team and students from ETH Zurich. At the end of the workshop, the robots were dancing and blinking to the children’s favorite songs. NG Read more

16.07.2015

ASL's AtlantikSolar UAV breaks world endurance record with 81 hour flight

AtlantikSolar

On Friday, 17 July, the AtlantikSolar team with Philipp Oettershagen, doctoral student in Prof. Roland Siegwart’s team, has broken the world record with his project AtlantikSolar for the longest solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicle flight in its weight category (under 50 kg). Read more

13.07.2015

Making it easier to analyse proteins

Tina Hovestadt’s Swissblot shortens the process of analysing proteins. (Photo: ETH Zurich/Andrea Schmits)

Less time, fewer errors and simpler to perform. That is what is promised by this new approach to analysing proteins in the lab. Tina Hovestadt received a Pioneer Fellowship from ETH Zurich for this project. Read more 

 
 
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