The Idiap Research Institute is an independent, non profit research foundation affiliated with the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
Its activities encompass basic research, training (graduate and post-graduate level), and technology transfer activities in the area of Artificial Intelligence for Society including, among others, multimedia information management, human-computer interaction, perceptual and cognitive systems, natural language processing and understanding, social media, biometric person recognition, multimodal information interfaces, applied artificial intelligence (AI) and large-scale machine learning.
The Institute of research Information Systems of the HES-SO Valais-Wallis is closely related to the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses of the same name and specialises in the development of information systems for companies in any industry.
The Institute is active in high value-added areas of the local economy such as eHealth, eServices (digitization of services), eGovernment, eEnergy (energy management) or ERP.
The Institute of Information Systems oversees the continuing education programmes in information technology.
The Security and Cryptography Laboratory (LASEC) was created at EPFL in 2000.
It is part of the School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC). The main activities of LASEC are research and education on the security of communication and information systems, cryptography, and applications.
The Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) is an engineering college active in education and research. It covers disciplines ranging from the Basic Sciences to Engineering, Architecture and the Life Sciences.
EPFL is a public institution founded in 1969, mainly funded by the Swiss Confederation.
The figures below illustrate the extent of EPFL’s growth and its ranking on the international stage.
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