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We have to know everyone I hope I'll
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get my sliders alright good. So my name
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is comforting and I have done my must
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that is it does maybe being the name of
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them us to do this is a modelling and
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control design for wine generate doors.
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So my presentation is way more oriented
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for students so I'm sorry for class
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coming for the professional here. What
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I mean making the message is is in a
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company first is working at the company
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so you get there you don't work at EPFL
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I did you have a really nice place to
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work especially the corporate research
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in that bill. So you can see here
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people look happy. Um it was a case and
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I I would not risk to present a BBI
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Know I'm I'm pretty sure you all know
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ABB and actually I think they are here
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and they would present themselves
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later. So I was that them this chance.
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I'll just pick about what interests me
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wind power generation IB basically
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doing a lot of things there and
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actually yeah lecture contract language
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connection or by controller and so on
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real product. So the question would be
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the way they need a if P posted and to
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make some models and they should have
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that needs a producer saying. Well
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there is a simple reaping and searches
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that's I mean these involving a lot of
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projects and many customer how projects
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where they buy sings or they're not to
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other producers and maybe so they need
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to have some generic model manufacture
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independence to simulate the element of
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the other constructor. So that was
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basically my job I wonder to to make
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them all for for type of wind turbine
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this is Scott here you can see only
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going details I I'm pretty sure you
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don't really care about it so there is
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basically uses for type where you have
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different way of generating electricity
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converging it's feeling it's into into
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the great. And I have been for this
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during five to six months to make
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models for this meaning are a dynamic
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model make a nickel model conversion
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electrical Mall and then all the
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control behind what's that mean what
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kind of output you can get well first
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of all it's a detailed analysis of this
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whole system I mean there is a lot of
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literature about that. But many times
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they're nuts sensitised they don't
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compare types they don't say wisest
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like that which is just to say this
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element is supposed to be like that. So
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in my messages is at the end I could
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give kind of an answer wise those
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things are together in this way and
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which type is different from another
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one but this is just some details and
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now after that you can give also what
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what the output real outputs that can
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be used that ABB from my work it sells
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wonderful models. So as I say I don't
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get in details but the goal was to get
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manufacture independence a library of
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wind turbine and this is an example the
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the top one behind you can see actually
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what details I gave an explanation what
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borrowed would we can expect depending
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on the wind speed for example or what
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are we should generate and and why is
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it like that's what the reason why this
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isn't just mores and making all those
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just explaining why they work this way
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and then as I said my presentation is
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more for students so if I can give you
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a single device be organised. This
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project is a project that you really
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need in a company it's your project
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it's it's your little babies that have
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to grow if you don't do anything it one
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grow you have to go to the teacher and
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you have to go to to your supervisor my
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example is just showing a simple guns
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it's something I I strongly advise you
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to do at the beginning of your project
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just to know what you have to do when
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you have to do it when you have to meet
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who and present what's and it although
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we'll also be really nice for you
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teacher and supervisor to see all
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you're gonna do work okay I know where
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you are what you should do. And where
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you should go next also a mustard
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position and then to a and a company is
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is kind of a first step into the
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company is there you are not anymore a
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student where's the teacher would say
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all the time what you should do where
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your supervisor will not tell you all
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the time what you should do you should
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do it yourself and also is this way I
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find this matter to is I went to the
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people trying just okay I know you know
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someone I know so let's see if we can
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do something together. And this created
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a link between EPFL and IBD I know
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there is many link but it's another one
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a new one with the corporate research
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so I hope it will be useful for next to
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dance and I hope I didn't know you too
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much with my presentation if you have
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any question I would be glad to give an
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explanation and speak about whatever I

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Message de Bienvenue
Demetri Psaltis, Doyen de la Faculté STI
18 May 2016 · 10:03 a.m.
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Message de Bienvenue
Pierre Vandergheynst, Vice-Provot pour la formation EPFL
18 May 2016 · 10:14 a.m.
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Introduction pour le professeur Nico de Rooij
Demetri Psaltis, Doyen de la Faculté STI
18 May 2016 · 10:19 a.m.
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Manier la recherche et les collaboration industrielles
Nico de Rooij, Laboratoire des capteurs, actionneurs et microsystèmes (SAMLAB), Institut de Microtechnique, EPFL
18 May 2016 · 10:21 a.m.
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Profiter de la recherche académique au sein d'une PME - Expérience de Melexis SA
Caroline Heid, Melexis SA, Bevaix
18 May 2016 · 10:54 a.m.
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Profiter de la recherche académique au sein d'une PME - Expérience de Andritz Hydro
Manfred Sallaberger, Chief Engineer, Andritz Hydro, Vevey
18 May 2016 · 11:10 a.m.
Les outils de soutien à l'innovation - présentation par Mme la Vice Présidente pour l'Innovation et la Valorisation
Adrienne Corboud Fumagalli, Vice Présidente pour l'Innovation et la Valorisation
18 May 2016 · 11:30 a.m.
Les outils de soutien à l'innovation - présentation par la CTI
Catherine Jean, Alliance, Coordinatrice CTI pour l'EPFL
18 May 2016 · 11:36 a.m.
Les outils de soutien à l'innovation - présentation par Innovaud
Jean-Michel Stauffer, Innovaud, Conseiller en Innovation
18 May 2016 · 11:44 a.m.
Les outils de soutien à l'innovation - présentation la STI
Sebastian Gautsch, Coordinateur des stage STI
18 May 2016 · 11:53 a.m.
Les activités de recherches au sein de l'Institut de Génie Mécanique
John Botsis, Directeur de l'institut de Génie Mécanique
18 May 2016 · 1:19 p.m.
Les activités de recherches au sein de l'Institut de Microtechnique
Christian Enz, Directeur de l'Institut de Microtechnique
18 May 2016 · 1:38 p.m.
Les activités de recherches au sein de l'Institut de Génie Electrique
Giovanni de Micheli, Directeur de l'Institut de Génie Electrique
18 May 2016 · 2:18 p.m.
Life Sciences at EPFL
Bart Deplancke, Institut de Bio-ingénieurie
18 May 2016 · 2:34 p.m.
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Chloé Waeber, Materials Engineer
18 May 2016 · 2:52 p.m.
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18 May 2016 · 2:58 p.m.
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18 May 2016 · 3:05 p.m.
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