La STI reçoit 9 bourses ERC

Le Conseil Européen de la Recherche (ERC) a attribué 19 bourses à l’EPFL, dont 9 à la faculté des Sciences et Techniques de l’ingénieur (STI). Une performance historique pour la faculté. Félicitations à tous les lauréats.

En tout, les professeurs de la faculté ont obtenu trois Advanced Grants, deux Consolidator Grants, trois Starting Grants et un Proof-of-Concept Grant.

Advanced Grants:

Adrian Ionescu (IEL) – Milli-Tech

Milli-Volt Switch Technologies for Enery Efficient Computation and sensing

Michael Unser (IMT) – GlobalBioIm

Global integrative framework for Computational Bio-Imaging

Olivier Martin (IMT) – NANOFACTORY

Building tomorrow’s nanofactory

 

Consolidator Grants:

Hatice Altug (IBI) – VIBRANT-BIO

High-throughput vibrational fingerprinting by nano-plasmonics for disease biology

 

Andras Kis (IEL) – Valleys

Valley and spin devices based on two-dimensional semiconductors

 

Starting Grants:


Michele Ceriotti (IMX) – HBMAP

Decoding, Mapping and Designing the Structural Complexity of Hydrogen-Bond Networks: from Water to Proteins to Polymers

 

Elison Matioli (IEL) – In-Need

III-Nitrides Nanostructures for Energy-Efficiency Devices

Fabien Sorin (IMX) – FLOWTONICS

Solid-state flow as a novel approach for the fabrication of photonic devices

 

 

Proof-of-Concept Grant:

Holger Frauenrath (IMX) – CARBOTIGHT

Diffusion Barrier Layers and Anticorrosive Coatings from Functional Carbon Nanosheets

 

 

 

 

 

9 bourses ERC