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Studieninformationstage 2017: More infos

Talks & Colloquia

23 August 2017, Symposium

30 Jahre Mikroelektronik-Ausbildung an der ETH Zürich

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11 September 2017 - 15 September 2017, Congress

X-ray and Neutron Phase Imaging with Gratings

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Students' Events

8 September 2017, Prestudy Event

Prestudy Event des Studiengangs Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnologie

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18 September 2017, Students' event

D-ITET Welcome Day - Begrüssungsveranstaltung für die neu eintretenden Studierenden Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnologie

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Audimax full to capacity and happy faces at D-ITET Master Ceremony

On 7 July 2017 the Master Ceremony was celebrated at the packed Audimax. 117 graduates of the Master programmes MSc EEIT, MSc EST and MSc BME were present, a new record! The mood at Audimax was solemn and cheerful at the same time. Read more 


Video of Microsoft Indoor Localisation Competition 2017 now online

In April 2017 a team of the Automatic Control Laboratory, consisting of Bachelor students Lukas Bieri, Matthias Binder, Manuel Meier, Noa Melchior, and PhD student Paul Beuchat won the 3rd place in the Microsoft Indoor Localisation Competition 2017. The video is now online. Read more 


ETH Career Seed Grant awarded to Dr. Sebastian Heeg

Dr. Sebastian Heeg, postdoctoral researcher at the Photonics Lab headed by Prof. Lukas Novotny, has been awarded an ETH Career Seed Grant for PostDoctoral Researchers by the ETH Zurich Research Commission. The grant is designed to support promising young researchers in an early career stage in establishing their own record of independent research. Read more 


Project RocketLogger featured in Design&Elektronik

The project RocketLogger, carried out by a team under the guidance of doctoral student Lukas Sigrist of the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory, was featured in last week's special newsletter of "Design&Elektronik", a German journal for system designers. Read more 


A levitated nanosphere as an ultra-sensitive sensor

Sensitive sensors must be isolated from their environment as much as possible to avoid disturbances. Scientists at ETH Zurich have now demonstrated how to remove from and add elementary charges to a nanosphere that can be used for measuring extremely weak forces. Read more 

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