Every year at the SC conference, the Gordon Bell Prize is presented to recognise outstanding work in the field of high-performance computing. This year, two research groups from ETH Zurich competed in the finals, a remarkable achievement considering only five teams have been preselected world-wide.
Nationaler Zukunftstag 2015
During the event "Nationaler Zukunftstag", a group of children visited our department last week. Short presentations and several practical examples, e.g. programming a Nao robot, provided the young visitors with exciting insights into Electrical Engineering.
Michele Magno receives Best Paper Award
Dr. Michele Magno from the IIS laboratory received a Best Paper Award at the Embedded Software and MicroElectronics "Green your electronics: less power, more value" eSame 2015 Conference for his paper and presentation "An Autonomous Multi-Sensor Wearable Device with Human Body Harvesting".
Student Exchange at D-ITET
An information event concerning student exchange took place at D-ITET yesterday.
TIK Team wins Best Paper Award
A team of TIK researchers received a best paper award at the workshop IEEE SenseApp 2015.