STI gets 9 ERC Grants

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded 19 ERC Grants to EPFL, of which 9 recipients are professors of the School of Engineering. These are historical results. Congratulations to the laureates.

Overall, the professors of the School of Engineering have harnessed three Advanced Grants, two Consolidator Grants, three Starting Grants and one 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