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Paul Bernays Award given to Dr Filippo Cavallari
Filippo Cavallari, who was awarded a PhD in Information Systems by HEC Lausanne (UNIL) in 2018, has recently been given the Paul Bernays Award. This is the fourth time in eight years that one of the School’s recent PhD graduates has won the award, demonstrating the excellence of its research in the field.
Prof. Solange Ghernaouti listed among the top 100 Digital Shapers in Switzerland
Professor Solange Ghernaouti, from HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, was listed among the top 100 Digital Shapers 2018 on September 27. This “who’s who” of digital Switzerland lists the 100 most important Swiss citizens in the digitization field. HEC Lausanne congratulates Prof. Ghernaouti on her inclusion in the ranking.
CHIC: the connected objects produced by the students will be presented at the ECAL...
The 4th China Hardware Innovation Camp (CHIC) educational project began almost a year ago and the various teams – made up of students from HEC Lausanne (UNIL), EPFL and ECAL – flew to China in July. Their aim was to produce prototypes of the connected objects they had already worked on together. The public will have the opportunity to find out more at the ECAL DemoDay on 28 September. A look back at the highlights of the trip to China and the various lessons our students learned.
Sharing data online: an innovative solution to respect and protect privacy
Insights from research at HEC Lausanne-UNIL – While respect for privacy is increasingly undermined on the web by publishing and sharing personal data, the solution for web actors developed by Prof. Kévin Huguenin (HEC Lausanne-UNIL), Alexandra-Mihaela Olteanu (HEC Lausanne-UNIL & EPFL) and their co-authors could help re-establish order on the internet.
Follow the 4th CHIC: connected objects
The fourth China Hardware Innovation Camp (CHIC) learning program started up in October 2017. As part of it, the teams of students from HEC Lausanne (University of Lausanne), EPFL, and ECAL will produce the connected objects they have designed in China. The first three CHIC camps led to projects with social, medical and sustainable components. This year, the focus is on fun and practicality, with objects enabling increased interactions between parents and children, optimized monitoring of groups of children on trips, and improved concentration at work.
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