Posts in other media about the School of Engineering

Exciton transistors could create the energy-efficient electronics of the future7th January, 2019

Digital Trends writes about a discovery that has been made by the Laboratory of Nanoscale Electronics and Structures and that could lead to more energy-efficient electronic devices.

These drones can hold the door open for each other13th December, 2018

Mashable talks about drones developed at Stanford University and EPFL

New foldable drone flies through narrow holes in rescue missions13th December, 2018

Tech Explorist writes about a new foldable drone developed at the University of Zurich and EPFL, inspired from birds.

Manufacturing Bits: Dec. 1113th December, 2018

Semiconductor Engineering writes about the recent 2018 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), where EPFL and Xsensio presented a paper on an CMOS-based extended metal-gate ISFETs for pH and multi-ion (Na+, K+, Ca2+) sensing.

10 awesome start-ups from Lausanne to watch2nd December, 2018 considers Lausanne as a city keeping the country’s tradition of innovation and excellence alive in areas such as medtech, mobility and fintech. The article names 10 start-ups to watch, including Abionics and Flyability, from the EFPL School of Engineering.