We cover the areas of electronics and photonics with core activities ranging from physical electronics, system design and verification to a wide application field.
Technology continues to transform the ways in which we communicate, work, and build machinery. Pushing these sciences further is crucial for the technology of tomorrow.
Sustainable energy technologies will be critical to maintain strong economic growth and security in the 21st century and beyond, and are a major priority.
The combination of life science and engineering princibles continues to create intriguing perspectives for basic reserach.
Das Stromnetz der Zukunft 18 June 2015, 15.00 – 19.00 pm, Audi Max, ETH Main Building (HG F 30)
Master Ceremony D-ITET 19 June 2015, 4:30 pm, Audi Max, ETH Main Building (HG F 30)
At its meeting of 20/21 March 2015, the ETH Board appointed 12 professors at ETH Zurich in accordance with the application submitted by ETH Zurich President Lino Guzzella.
Prof. Mathieu Luisier has been reappointed as Assistant Professor of Computer-based Modelling of Nanostructures.
Professor Christian Franck, currently Assistant Professor, has been appointed as Associate Professor of High Voltage Engineering.
Pascal Hager, PhD student at IIS (Prof. Benini), won the Best Poster Award at the Nano-Tera Annual Meeting in Berne.
As of today, the motorbike and bicycle garage below the library is closed. Hence the parking areas around ETL/VAW will be gone soon as well. D-ITET offers alternative parking space, though.