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Computer Science - Microtechnics - 09.11.2016
Robotic encounters
Visitors are flocking to Treffpunkt Science City. Around 3,600 captivated visitors attended the Sunday Special 'Die Roboter sind los' (Robots on the loose) to see ETH Zurich's various robotics projects in action.

Materials Science - Microtechnics - 27.10.2016
A Composite Thread that Varies in Rigidity
A Composite Thread that Varies in Rigidity
EPFL scientists have developed a new type of composite thread that varies in stiffness depending on its temperature.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 04.07.2016
World champions: TU Graz teams secure victory at RoboCup
World champions: TU Graz teams secure victory at RoboCup
Two TU Graz teams achieve success at the RoboCup2016: Team TEDUSAR becomes world champion in Autonomous Exploration in the Rescue Robot league; Team GRIPS wins third place in the Logistics league and is Rookie of the Year Photographic material available for download at the end of the report.

Microtechnics - 10.05.2016
EPFL inaugurates a building for teaching and research
EPFL inaugurates a building for teaching and research
10. The new Mechanical Engineering building designed by architect Dominique Perrault hosts the Discovery Learning Labs, an innovative teaching project meant to encourage students to engage in experimentation and learning through discovery.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 26.04.2016
Orientation for robots: TU Graz launches Christian Doppler-Lab for Semantic 3D Computer Vision
Orientation for robots: TU Graz launches Christian Doppler-Lab for Semantic 3D Computer Vision
Funded by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and the Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, the team wants to enable computers to orientate themselves in a non-standard environment.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 17.02.2016
"Alan Turing’s ideas still influence research"
Founded in 2015, the new Turing Centre at ETH Zurich brings together researchers and students of science, engineering and humanities.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 10.02.2016
Drones Learn To Search Forest Trails for Lost People
Drones Learn To Search Forest Trails for Lost People
Researchers at the University of Zurich, the Università della Svizzera italiana, and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland have developed software enabling drones to autonomously detect and follow forest paths.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 05.11.2015
EPFL hosts robots from all over Switzerland
05. They fly, crawl, swim or sift through rubble after a disaster: robots from all across Switzerland were brought to EPFL on Wednesday for the first ever Swiss Robotics Industry Day (video report).

Microtechnics - 28.09.2015
A folding robot weighing 4 grams that crawls and jumps
28. Researchers at EPFL have come up with a folding, reconfigurable robot that is capable of crawling and jumping.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 12.08.2015
An insect eye for drones
An insect eye for drones
12. Inspired by the compound eyes of fruit flies, a team of researchers from EPFL has developed an artificial eye that allows robots to detect and avoid obstacles.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 09.02.2015
Gimball takes off in the Middle East
Gimball takes off in the Middle East

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 21.05.2014
Robots transform into furniture at EPFL
EPFL scientists are creating futuristic furniture that can move around and autonomously change its shape.

Microtechnics - Mechanical Engineering - 30.04.2014
Learning from the fins of the tuna fish
Learning from the fins of the tuna fish
Michael Triantafyllou is a pioneer in the development of robots inspired by fish and other marine life.

Microtechnics - 29.11.2013
EPFL in the Depths of London's Robot Jungle
EPFL in the Depths of London's Robot Jungle
Robotic cheetah cubs and salamanders have ventured from Lausanne into the depths of London's robot jungle, at the Science Museum, in a Robot Safari that just opened and runs until Sunday.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 27.07.2012
A market leader in civilian drones joins senseFly and Pix4D
The French company Parrot, world leader in wireless peripherals for mobile phones and already in the market for consumer drones, acquired for 5 million Swiss Francs a majority share in senseFly, a start-up from the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems at EPFL.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 15.06.2012
The robot that always lands on its feet
While it's exploring confined, dangerous or cluttered zones, the flying robot "Airburr" isn't fazed by crashes or falls.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - 28.11.2011
EPFL robots will soon appear in school classrooms
EPFL robots will soon appear in school classrooms
EPFL scientists have developed an educational robot designed to introduce children to technology in schools.

Microtechnics - 17.06.2011
High-precision robots available in kit form
High-precision robots available in kit form
A doctoral student from EPFL's Laboratory of Robotics Systems has developed a concept for modular industrial robots, based on the technology of parallel robots, whose precision is expressed in nanometers.

Microtechnics - Physics - 25.05.2011
Microrobots for nanomanipulation

Physics - Microtechnics - 11.05.2011
New nanotechnology cleanrooms at EPFL
New nanotechnology cleanrooms at EPFL
Renovated from top to bottom, EPFL's microengineering building is now prepared to house new, highly promising experiments in microengineering and bioengineering.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 03.05.2011
Robots reveal their secrets to the public
Robots reveal their secrets to the public
Much more than an exhibition, the Robotics Festival will enable both children and adults to better understand the technology behind these devices - of varying shapes and astonishing abilities - through touching, building and programming.

Innovation - Microtechnics - 11.12.2009
Roland Siegwart is new ETH Head of Research
11. Zurich - ETH Zürich . Vice President Research and Corporate Relations He heads the Executive Board division Research and Corporate Relations.

Microtechnics - Electroengineering - 01.12.2009
Une caméra qui voit à 360° et en 3D
Une caméra qui voit à 360° et en 3D
Surround sight has come to the camera. Inspired by the eye of a fly, EPFL scientists have invented a camera that can take pictures and film in 360° and reconstruct the images in 3D.