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Martin Jaggi Co-chairs Applied Machine Learning Days

Martin Jaggi and fellow computer science professors Robert West and Marcel Salathé co-chaired the very first Applied Machine Learning Days at EPFL on January 30th and 31st 2017 at the SwissTech Convention Center. The event hosted more than 450 participants and gave an opportunity to industrial experts as well as academic researchers to share valuable insights on the role ...

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2017 EcoCloud Annual Event around the Corner

Please join industry experts from HP Enterprise, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and Xilinx and EcoCloud researchers to share  insights  on future data and cloud computing platforms on June 12th and 13th, 2017 at the sixth EcoCloud annual event at the Royal Savoy Hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland. You can find more information on the event including agenda and speakers’ information here. ...

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David Atienza Chairs a Successful DATE 2017 Conference

David Atienza chaired a very successful 20th edition of the Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE) Conference at the SwissTech Convention Center in Lausanne from March 27th to 31st, 2017. The Conference, which was held in Lausanne for the first time from its traditional locations of Dresden (Germany) and Montpellier (France),  was attended by more than 1400 people ...

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Martin Jaggi Wins 2016 Google Faculty Research Award

Martin Jaggi is a recipient of the prestigious 2016 Google Faculty Research Award for his proposal on “A Computational View on Sentence Embedding”. Martin and his team will attempt “to improve the quality, the computational performance and the theoretical understanding of learning representations for sequences of words from unsupervised machine training”. You can find more information on Martin’s work  Read more

Ten Swiss Joint Research Center Projects Launch at Workshop

Researchers from EPFL, ETH Zurich and Microsoft Research – all partners of the Swiss Joint Research Center (Swiss JRC) – assembled for a workshop at the UK-based Microsoft Research Cambridge Lab in February. During the workshop, the researchers presented the 10 projects selected for funding by the Swiss JRC steering committee. The selection was made on the basis of ...

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Effects as Implicit Capabilities Project Receives Funding

A project aiming to investigate an approach to effect checking that is fundamentally different from previous research is to receive funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation. To understand a program that makes use of effects – the interaction of a procedure with its environment in a way that goes beyond just taking arguments and producing a result – its ...

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Funding Awarded to Big Data Programming Language Abstractions Research

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is to fund a project to research ways to better express and export fundamental programming abstractions used in the interfaces between databases and programming languages. Scala is the programming language of choice for many of the most popular and innovative big data frameworks and is used by hundreds of thousands of developers worldwide. A ...

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Swiss Radio and TV Station RTS 1 Hosts Rachid Guerraoui

Rachid Guerraoui appeared on Swiss Radio and TV RTS 1 CFQD program to discuss about algorithms. The program, which is in French, can be found below. [audio mp3=""][/audio]   ...

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EPFL’s Operating Systems Laboratory (LABOS) Receives Grant for Big Data Project

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) has awarded a grant to a big data project at EPFL’s Operating Systems Laboratory (LABOS). Entitled “Building Flexible Large-Graph Processing Systems on Commodity Hardware”, the project aims to advance the state of the art in graph processing. A great variety of information is naturally encoded as graphs. Large graphs are present in social networks ...

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