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Talks & events D-MAVT

28 February 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Adaptive Photovoltaic Architecture

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7 March 2017, Seminar

Frontiers in Energy Research - Target-oriented imaging and velocity analysis using Marchenko-redatumed data

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8 March 2017, Course

Entwicklung und Bewertung von Mobilitätsszenarien - Blockkurs

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9 March 2017, Course

Entwicklung und Bewertung von Mobilitätsszenarien

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9 March 2017, Talk

Distinguished Lecture Series - Space 4.0 - Motivation through Inspiration

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Innovation cannot be taught; it must be learned

ETH President Lino Guzzella welcomed Alexander van der Bellen to the University on Friday, where the Austrian President was shown how ETH is encouraging innovation. Read more 


Temperature sensor for artificial skin

The capacity to detect temperature changes is an important function of the human skin. Researchers at ETH Zurich have now developed a highly sensitive and, at the same time, flexible temperature sensor, which could soon be used in prosthetic limbs and robotic arms. Read more 

News and in the Media


Foreign objects wrapped in foil

Heart pacemakers or breast implants are often encapsulated in a thick layer of fibrotic tissue. Hylomorph, a spin-off of the Laboratory of Thermodynamics in Emerging Technologies (LTNT), has developed a cellulose film that reduces the formation of fibrosis. An article in the "Tages-Anzeiger". Read more 


Dr. Franziska Ullrich on Forbes “30 under 30” Europe list

Dr. Franziska Ullrich, Insitute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS) at the Multi-Scale Robotics Lab, is listed on the current Forbes “30 under 30” Europe list. Read more 


Elasticity increases water resistance

Various publications cite Prof. Dimos Poulikakos’ newest research regarding the water resistance of flexible surfaces. Read more 


SRF Puls Show

Andreas Güntner, doctoral student at Prof. Sotiris Pratsinis, highlighted in the SRF Show Puls the use of flame-made and portable gas sensors for monitoring trace organic vapors in the human breath. This new technology could in the future be used for medical diagnostics and disease monitoring. Read more 


Pioneer of Microrobotics

His robots are so tiny that in the future we will be able to inject them into the body. They are supposed to fight pathogens right on the spot. An NZZ portrait of Prof. Bradley Nelson. Read more 


ETH Medal for outstanding doctoral thesis 2016

Seven outstanding dissertations at D-MAVT have been honored with the ETH Medal 2016 and a financial award. With great commitment, our talented postgraduate students concluded their doctoral theses successfully and are now ready for new challenges. Read more 


Top Women in Robotics 2016: two D-MAVT researchers in the top 25

Robohub, the online platform of the Zurich-based ROBOTS Association, has released the 2016 version of the “25 Top Women in Robotics you need to know about”. Margarita Chli and Simone Schürle are honored in this year's list. Read more 


Miniature robots heal from the inside

They transport medication inside the body or perform surgery: micro-robots could soon revolutionize medicine. An article in “20 Minutes”. Read more 

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