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    J. Chang is the winner of the sixth Erwin Felix Bertaut Prize

    28.06.13 - SB | Basic Sciences Johan Chang has received the 2013 Lewy-Bertaut prize in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the quest for understanding cuprate superconductors. The prize nomination was motivated by his ingenious use of the complementarity of neutron- and X-ray scattering on the so-called stripe phases (spin and charge density waves).

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    Discovering the architect of bamboo

    28.06.13 - Mediacom Simon Velez is known for his impressive constructions made of bamboo. The Colombian architect is the subject of an outdoor exhibition at Rossinière.

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    Visitor

    28.06.13 - Prof. Hantschel's Lab Visit of Prof. Giulio Superti-Furga

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    Congratulations to Leonardo Snozzi for achieving his Ph.D. Thesis

    27.06.13 - Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory Dr Snozzi earned his title with his Ph.D. thesis entitled "A meso-scale computational approach to dynamic failure in concrete". His public defense was held on May 24, 2013 under the direction of Prof. Jean-François Molinari of the LSMS

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    Tuesday, March 26, Room GC C3 30

    27.06.13 - Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory LSMS is happy to invite you to a Conférence to be held by François Renard, University Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, France : Scale-free geometry of faults in rocks, from the scale of microfractures to the scale of continents

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    Montreux Jazz archives have acquired UNESCO heritage status

    27.06.13 - Mediacom The Montreux Jazz Festival’s archives are now part of the Memory of the World register. UNESCO has just announced their decision. For its part, EPFL continues the archives’ digitization and enhancement operations.

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    Puzzle solved

    27.06.13 - Laboratory of Photonics and Quantum Measurements Multiple and broad beat notes, which have been a severe limitation in microresonator based frequency combs, are explained by the formation dynamics of the comb itself.

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    Congratulations to Argyro Katsifou for achieving her PhD

    26.06.13 - Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Dr. Katsifou has earned her PhD under the supervision of Prof. Ralf Seifert, Chair of Technology & Operations Management with the title "Variable Product Portfolio Management in Retail Operations"

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    An ultrasensitive molybdenum-based image sensor

    26.06.13 - Mediacom An EPFL team has built a prototype for an image sensor based on the semi-conducting properties of molybdenite. It could one day result in cameras that are five times more light sensitive than current technology.

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    New publication by Markus Simeth in Research Policy

    26.06.13 - Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Markus Simeth, doctoral assistant with Prof. Dominique Foray, has an article forthcoming in Research Policy entitled "What makes companies pursue an Open Science strategy ? "

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