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    Press release of the European Commission about CURVACE

    21.08.13 - Curvace The European Commision launches a press release highlighting the recent results obtained by the project CURVACE

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    Online article and video on Slashgear

    21.08.13 - Curvace The latest advances of CURVACE have been picked up by Slashdot, in the post "CurvACE insect eye camera gives drones 180-degree view".

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    Nikolaos Geroliminis: Modeling & controlling traffic congestion

    21.08.13 - ERC Grants The excellence of the research performed at EPFL has once again been recognized at an international level. Nikolas Geroliminis, Director of Urban Transport Systems Laboratory at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been awarded a STARTING GRANT 2013 from the European Research Council (ERC).

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    Kevin Sivula: Crystal Engineering for Molecular Organic Semiconductor

    21.08.13 - ERC Grants Kevin Sivula has been awarded a STARTING GRANT 2013 from the European Research Council (ERC). The excellence of the research performed at EPFL has once again been recognized at an international level.

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    Ola Svensson: Algorithms for Optimisation Problems

    21.08.13 - ERC Grants The excellence of the research performed at EPFL has once again been recognized at an international level. Ola Nils Anders Svensson has been awarded a STARTING GRANT 2013 from the European Research Council (ERC).

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    Jérôme Waser: Hypervalent Iodine Reagents

    21.08.13 - ERC Grants The excellence of the research performed at EPFL has once again been recognized at an international level. Jérôme Waser has been awarded a STARTING GRANT 2013 from the European Research Council (ERC).

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    Aleksander Madry receives Best Paper award at FOCS 2013

    21.08.13 - IC - Prizes & Awards Aleksander Madry received Best Paper award at FOCS 2013 for his work on the maximum flow problem. The algorithm presented in the paper constitutes the first improvement over bounds that have been standing for 40 years.

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    Smart energy to power refugee camps

    21.08.13 - Mediacom SERIE D'ÉTÉ (8): Rolling out renewable and smart energy solutions in refugee camps could dramatically improve the well being of millions of refugees world-wide. Working in collaboration with the UNHCR, an EPFL Master’s student is investigating how it could be done.

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    Those computers reading on your face

    20.08.13 - Signal Processing Laboratory 5 LTS5 researchers develop a wide range of methods for extracting information from facial images. Applications cover domains like human computer interaction, marketing or medicine.

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    Fatigue monitoring by eye image analysis - large press coverage

    20.08.13 - Signal Processing Laboratory 5 Marina Zimmermann just finished her master project at LTS5, under the supervision of Prof. Thiran. This project was done in collaboration with the EPFL office of PSA Peugeot Citroën. Marina developed a system for monitoring the eyes of a driver and thereby detecting fatigue. For that work Marina got the maximal mark. This work got an impressive echo in the national and international press.

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