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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

20 January 2017, Talk

5th Risk Center Dialogue Event - Decision-Making in Complex Environments: From Humans to Machines - Intelligent Control Systems Group

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23 January 2017, Colloquium

Pore-scale Imaging and Modelling of Flow, Transport and Reaction in Porous Media

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31 January 2017, Convention (Conference)

Autonomes Fahren - Technologiepotentiale und ihre Bedeutung für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft

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13 February 2017 - 17 February 2017, Course

Short Courses on Multiphase Flow 2017

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Movie - Students opinion



ETH Zurich at WEF 2017 in Davos: “Magic through Technology”

ETH Zurich is presenting its latest research findings in a public exhibition at the World Economic Forum 2017. ETH’s début WEF appearance was launched with a meeting with politicians, public authorities and businesspeople from the canton of Grisons. Read more 


D-MAVT at the WEF

D-MAVT is represented with a large number of projects at this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos from 18-20 January 2017. Read more 


Dr. Franziska Ullrich on Forbes “30 under 30” Europe list

Dr. Franziska Ullrich, Insitute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS) at the Multi-Scale Robotics Lab, is listed on the current Forbes “30 under 30” Europe list. Read more 


Building their own companies with timber and robots

There were 25 spin-offs founded at ETH Zurich last year – equalling the record number from 2015. The university’s broad range of research topics is also reflected in these new companies. Read more 


Prof. Jan Carmeliet joins D-MAVT

Prof. Dr. Jan Carmeliet has been appointed to the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering (D-MAVT) at ETH Zurich as of January 2017. Read more 

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