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2013-12-11 Research: Transmitter boosts optical fiber capacity tenfold
A research group at EPFL used Nyquist sinc pulses to allow information to be encoded on pulses that overlap in the time domain and use a minimum of spectral bandwidth, maximizing optical capacity.
2015-05-20 20nm transistor uses sweat to monitor health
Researchers at the EPFL laboratory developed a sensor for real-time scanning of liquids such as perspiration to provide accurate real time monitoring of a person's level of hydration, stress or fatigue.
2013-07-18 Researchers raise dye-sensitised solar cell efficiency to 15%
EPFL scientists developed a state solid version of the DSSC that is fabricated by a two-step process raising their efficiency up to a record 15 per cent without sacrificing stability.
2013-03-25 Memory prototype made up of mineral, graphene
EPFL researchers have developed a flash memory prototype that leverages the electronic capabilities of the mineral molybdenite and the conductivity of graphene.
2015-04-07 Intel targets smartglasses with Swiss start-ups buyout
Intel bought two start-ups focusing on displays, namely, Lemoptix SA and Composyt Light Labs SA. Both companies are spinoffs from Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne (EPFL).
2015-03-10 Human eye-like camera optimises lighting for visual comfort
EPFL researchers and the CSEM are developing a "digital eye," which is a human eye-like camera that can optimise lighting condition according to users' visual comfort.
2011-05-31 TI, G24i partner for energy harvesting tech
TI has chosen G24i as its power technology partner because of G24i's efficient indoor energy harvesting system that can combine with TI power conversion ICs.
2005-04-12 SUSS' new tool replaces traditional optical lithography
SUSS MicroTec announced last week a next-generation lithography tool that will replace traditional optical lithography for the production of nano-scale devices.
2014-05-27 Roombots take a 'Transformer' spin on furniture design
The project examines the concept of modular robotics to use as building blocks for adaptive furniture, which moves, and changes its shape and functionality depending on the user's specification.
2014-01-02 Researchers offer low-cost PV device with high energy efficiency
The solar cell developed by the researchers of the ICMol consists of a thin perovskite film sandwiched in between two very thin organic semiconductors.
2013-02-07 Project plans to bring flexible OLEDs to market by 2019
The Flex-o-Fab project will project will create a pilot-scale manufacturing chain for flexible OLEDs and use it to develop reliable fabrication and production processes.
2008-07-24 Project Galaxy allots $6.4M for GALS research
The EU-funded Project Galaxy has started developing a design process for globally asynchronous, locally synchronous (GALS) architecture chips with novel network-on-chip (NoC) capabilities.
2008-01-28 Nanotech retrofit enables sharper X-ray images
Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne in Switzerland have crafted a nanoscale diffraction grating that could be retrofitted into existing X-ray machines, enabling healthcare providers to take also dark-field X-rays.
2012-08-28 Molybdenum disulfide presents 2D platform for electronics
Research on molybdenum disulfide promises new applications geared at electronic devices, placing it on the same level as graphene.
2011-02-04 Molybdenite touted to be better than silicon
Molybdenite is an inherently two-dimensional material, permitting fabrication of thin films as thin as 6.5?. It has real potential in the production of very small transistors, LEDs and solar cells.
2010-03-17 Microfluids cool down 3D IC stacks
IBM Researchers, in collaboration with two Swiss partners, seek to extend Moore's Law another 15 years using 3D stack architectures with liquid-cooling microchannels.
2016-04-01 Marvell to use SerDes technology for multi-die products
The Glasswing chip-to-chip technology from Swiss startup, Kandou, is based on the Chord signaling method, which produces an energy efficiency that enables architectural innovation.
2010-06-25 EC funds green cloud services project
The EuroCloud project, funded by the European Commission for an initial three years, aims to validate constructing data center platforms using of low-power processing and 3D chip packaging.
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