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your very nice kind introduction I
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didn't know that you have all these
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nice words to tell so ladies and
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gentlemen teargas to today yeah I got
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to the invitation to give a talk about
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that say some three DK so research and
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transferred to in just the is we did at
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the sensors and actuators and
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microsystems laboratory of the
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institute of micro technology and art
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into micro engineering part of EP of
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well and during my talk I will give you
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a number of examples how this all
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happened to give you use some ideas
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well okay okay so after some general
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introduction. I will give you examples
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of that's a successful transfer to
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industry take into account to work on
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sensors sensors and actuators more
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complex systems actuators and some not
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all tools by ailments and then yeah as
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the dean already indicated the
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corporation is the watch industry was
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very is very still very very important
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and interesting. So if you some
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examples of that and then to and that
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is so that's a conclusions. So the
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corporation modes is interested you can
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be many faults and of course the most
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simple corporations just you have a
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direct mandates but this is that's a
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not always the case this can happen.
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But most that's a of the corporations
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might be within the framework of let's
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say the instruments which either all
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national level or an international
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level are available and that's already
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mentioned by the dean the CTI
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commission for technology and
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innovation is only a very very strong
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and important instrument for having
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this corporation was industry that on
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the stress level over the last many D
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case we got a number of specific
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programs not here I headed by professor
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Demi kayla still here in the audience
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as well still and they still running
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this another tier programming and phase
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now before we had another very large
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programs like the technology oriented
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program number twenty one more focusing
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I'll technology another signs we lost
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less it. And then we have D and CC R.s
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article also the CCMX of course all
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their instruments more on the
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international level like the european
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space agency and in particular the
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swiss space centre located here UP of
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elevates helps for these projects and
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programs european union funding the
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many framework programs we have in the
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Boston of course the rise twenty twenty
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which is popping up and all all don't
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might be questions and still not all
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all the might be certainly very strong
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opportunities to operate was industry
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insurance was level or international
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level then the result of these
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corporations can be again many folds
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probably the most easier case the most
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easiest cases there's a real technology
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transfer of the research done that the
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school to the existing industry in
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other cases that can be the creation of
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startups. So we will give you I will
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give you examples of both situations. I
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also would like to mention a particular
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prefer to corporation partner which is
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this is yeah as I knew should tell and
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another topic and part I would like to
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give some comments is on the issue of
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operation for school and forty that say
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the labs for the PC D.'s imposed talks
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it's important to publish. And there's
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maybe some so if you can you publish
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when you go operate on industrial
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programs or projects I will try to
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convince you that indeed you can
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publish and I hope to convince you of
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that and if you miss about being the
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operative which I will having to during
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that see some thirty years as mentioned
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to the started society universe
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definition L nineteen eighty two we had
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some important. Let's say events like a
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major transfer of stuff and the more
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industrial related projects mature
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technology so to say to see as yeah
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this took place and twenty eight then
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generate twenty nine we were fully
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integrated into the EPL but you during
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the many years before it was always
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already very intense corporation is EP
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as well. And as mentioned by the dean.
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So much as also not of everything and
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just then generate this year I yeah I
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got retired and then this means the lab
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or three has been post. So what I was
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given going to present you with more
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about the past. So having all these
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instruments available the plays many
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many industrial corporations you see
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many of the logos here with industrial
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partners also is level also on
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international level not only companies
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but also academic partners and
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particularly european programs were
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extremely helpful and important for
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these corporations the benefits from of
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course this industry corporations can
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be many phones first of all of course
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gives you a lot of additional funding
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which allows you again to have peace
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these students postdoc switch help in
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this project the so called the human
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capital factor very important. And the
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lead over the years had some eighty
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roughly eighty B G.'s finish it is and
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you can see where they but they want to
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most of the teachers fairly standard
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open industry out of eighty more than
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forty ready to go in the superior still
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also quite important apartment's really
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academic track then out of the bottle
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books the most important part an to an
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academic track which is probably also
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clear because otherwise you wouldn't do
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both got maybe and then let's say the
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engineering and it usually just off and
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that the either in industry in
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administration or troubled arterial
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resource technology organisations like
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CS yeah and also since yesterday uses
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quite a period also some people called
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retired control myself then over the
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years we had a number of that's a
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successful technology transfers to
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existing industry but also to starters
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you see you just a few logos I will
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give you examples later. And last but
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not least issue of publishing. So
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deliberate really really good enough
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for to publish if it was possible over
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the years when you publications remote
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and I look so little bit to these
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citations or Google scholar is I think
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these days an important indicator. So
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close to twenty two thousand citations.
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There's an agent X roughly seventy five
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as of two then yeah the field of
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research is maps as the dean already
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mentioned micro electromechanical
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systems on the on one and working on
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sensors on the other hand actuators
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putting them better signal processing
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really a feature to complete systems a
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document material be where let's in
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focusing the activities on was on
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single crystal silicon there's all the
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variations you can have and the yeah
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this basically started in D very early
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eighties when that that was just
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created to to get interested in simple
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sense was at the time maybe not that
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simple the very simple sense without a
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is trouble precious sensor original
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commodity probably built and billions
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per year when we start to look into
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this was a local company within the
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framework of a CDI proposal it local
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company called five at that time and
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the relation you but you should all the
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challenge was to to find conditional
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process which could result in the city
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membrane some then micrometre which was
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not that obvious you can do it maybe
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for a few by skilled people to worked
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on the industrial scale it had some
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particular developments. And is the so
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called electrochemical actual technique
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introduced by by need to student at
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these days then oh and that was
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published it got some considerations
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was possibility as two hundred nineteen
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and also we learn that companies are
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very dynamic. So it's started this
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firefox change the name to a school
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later to me chronos then I think a part
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of the company disappeared. But also
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mentioned buyout interesting was
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created. And in the same levels
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required by make us and these days this
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company is in the hands of a real for a
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large multinational go gee connectivity
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do you connectivity is accompanied some
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searching billion you have to prove
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over the heart of that activate the
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making press centres is still there
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seventy five people to my best
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knowledge you see the industrial scale
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six inch wafers in holders allowing the
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actual. P layer the micron is that's a
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of my composition at these modules
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discretion modules are used in a number
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of typical swiss products like the
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detects for giving you the altitude or
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a swiss army knife and the as of today.
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And will production is from ten million
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units and as mentioned company still
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ones although building were very large
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multinational company. And that was
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also very successful it in two thousand
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eight so it there. Let me just see it
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the same lot then acquired by a company
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called a measurement specialities with
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some put money close to forty million
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was fast another sensor we have been
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working on since then uses that I am
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sensitive to the fact system invented
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probably in the late seventies just
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here typical picture of such a very
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large transistor and these are the
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metal gate or probably silicon gate.
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And it can be made sensitive just by
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exposing the insulator of the gate the
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to the electrolyte solution you get to
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basically extends the device we have
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been working on the one hand from
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understanding the operation principle
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published got some good citations over
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four hundred transferred it to a
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company called Ryan you know it states
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and since many years continue to
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cooperate with the company it buy
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online result in addition to make sense
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supplying him as well with these
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devices. So no more complex devices
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were built. So chips with PH is fat
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swiss complicated conductivity sensors
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temperature this resulted in a so
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called control device marketed also by
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US company right but and two thousand a
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then in the transfer of all the mature
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technologies to see as the this
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technology was not not really further
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development that's the main thing
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that's a good level. And now the yes
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yeah is supplying a french German
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company Goldberg are is eating in
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drinking Walter analysis systems with
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these devices. So is which like a a
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hoot and successful application then
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combining sensors and actuators became
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topic in the eighties. And the nineties
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in particular this is another another
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example in industrial corporation
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giving lectures to the students then in
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this particular case the person for
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about an hour professor at EPFL and
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director of the three space centre
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before two classes I probably was
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talking about sensors and actuators and
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you've work for a company called make
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an X you buy new no called what and
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there was a call from the space agency
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that's a space by director had to be
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developed for particular biological
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studies. And the special to investigate
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the influence of microgravity on the
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roles of used sells. Well and that time
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levels of course proposals from that's
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a conventional companies but the
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involvement Gus said well you talked
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about these new technologies like
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members if we try to act as a proposal
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we might have a chance to win the whole
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and that was basically what happens the
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by reactor it complex device somewhere
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on the top you might see is a a cell of
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a compartment with the yeast cells that
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in the in this in the by reactor are
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chemical sensors like TPH is fed that
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also a device called a microphone in my
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proposal. But it but just invented by a
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reasonable working not keep be
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available and this microphone was the
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interesting candidates to to develop
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further for this application. So this
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was all what happens. And they have
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"'em" then three space missions on the
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spatial for a successful. And the
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challenge was to make that a microphone
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really reliable and this could be done
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by adding a flow sensor. And the flow
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centre was based on two precious
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answers as you can see on the diagram
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in the left corner just depression
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answers we developed before for the
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company and the faculty me criminals or
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possible at the time. And just by
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having a small compared to channel
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between the two precious answers
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defraud would be really controlled and
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these bumps would be very nice to be
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operated in close to control this was
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published some which citations was
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folded us and have effectively based on
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this development the because by some
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request what ministry to to supply this
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technology for measuring low volume
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fronts. And discontinued and basically
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the two people from the border started
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then company real startups I don't like
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and say only became now leader so bold
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quantitative volume dispensing see your
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so nice. So having this these same
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press just sensors as used in the force
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I extremely low volumes of like you can
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see can be suppose. This external
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control. So discontinued company is the
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whole existing and really there and
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they have a collaboration is dynamic
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devices in united states to build this
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systems as you can see on the left hand
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side with DVVB the volume verified
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acting as it this called is a large
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systems trouble based to to do
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screening the screen in the
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pharmaceutical industry or many other
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applications and important has a ninety
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six dispensing had fully assembled by
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so you only in you should tell and
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there's a very late develop very new
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development coming to the market now
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these same motion but also say only as
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developed their own platform in close
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cooperation the deal aborting a
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professor user yeah if you have L so
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this continues very nicely then some
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like some of plagiarising be talking
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about the nineties really put thousands
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optical maps became a little hole topic
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and also making so bold electrostatic
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actuators sings to the advancement and
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deeply reactive I edging of silicon
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where electrostatic forces could be
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used to to move let's say for a small
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parts and do my computer age either
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playfully or vertically. And this has
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been used to build up the stretches
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forty optical fibres well so we don't
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need to do to commute between optical
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fibres as you can see here you can do
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it as or again and we were doing it by
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just hand operating nowadays having all
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fibres there you need small matters.
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And the millimetres could be nice edged
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out of single crystal silicon having
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also the electrostatic actuators
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included as you can see here sort of
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fibre grooves on the top and then the
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left hand side is very small mirror and
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then again so which can be moved over
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typically twenty sturdy forty
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micrometre this so called by stable or
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latching optical switch. And then you
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can see the beauty of the you reactive
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I technology by repeated I Ching and
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oxidation you get a very good service
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quality. So this was a basically a
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corporation that started to these
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stress telecom company a Scone but they
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decided not ready to continue this
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activity. So that you see student karl
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marks or yeah he decided then to build
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his own company that quite some request
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for such a device. And you created
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cycle restarted established and you
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should all still very active some
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certain people on the on the left hand
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side you see many specks of fixture to
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which a device as to to obey. And is
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okay because things you do in it
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company not anymore at university. So
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successful started publications easy
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teases and right from the beginning a
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customers who are looking for this kind
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of devices that over the years having
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let's say all this technology is in the
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house also we got involved another
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challenging a program that you
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mentioned that before building atomic
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force microscope for a mission from
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browser to Mars this to go places in
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period two thousand five thousand six
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two thousand seven and Sebastian
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control organiser of this they you of
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all of the organisers of to day he was
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very much involved recipes each student
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in this program. So the for next black
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or had they I emission to investigate
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also the history of bar some particular
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life and walter. And we got involved
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with a number of partners so like
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institute of physics Basel universe to
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JPL announcer you got something from at
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the time these space centre at EP of L
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and this was a very successful mission.
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So the large to place and two thousand
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seven the the platform. I arrived on
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Mars two thousand eight and or task was
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to develop an atomic force microscope
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to measure dimensions and features of
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dust on martian soil down to then Donna
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bitter this could be done this an
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optical microscope. So on this
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platform. And landing and this whole
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mission was really makes excess was
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also very much given publicity on CNN
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and so in search on this platform in
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the particular box that was an optical
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microscope and the atomic force
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microscope all built together. And the
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atomic force microscope could then the
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Lever features of dust particles of the
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or go down to the very low nanometre
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range you see some details of the
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Michael fabricated demands atomic force
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microscope were eight candy levers
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because they could be portion so do
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your parents have to be replaced about
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all kind of mechanisms because
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published several publications. And we
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learned lot from these projects about
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atomic force microscope be that
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scanning problem I could be in general
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nice images could be made on mars. So
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you have to imagine that honours the
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postdoc centrepiece these were
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operating the if an instrument which
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was located on martian soil. And the
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the menu data came back and are still
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part of the investigation by did you'll
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adjust to to understand let's say the
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history of Walter and the geology of
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all the related to to this images. So
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comparing particular images from margin
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martian soil dust particles is the
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knowledge of course particles. So this
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work is still continuing and was a new
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mission was really successful
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altogether and there's a lab is
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building successful scanning probe
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microscopes. And again some technology
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transfer to place to company not over a
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lot of sensors which is a leader in
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supplying tips for doing scan brought
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mice microscopy these so called a
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property element problem was
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commercialised and it combined the maps
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technology of making silicon county
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levers or nitrite candy levers
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combining it is people establish trust
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technology to make quashed tuning forks
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sort of watch industry where you don't
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need basically yet optical technique
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for the and so this was commercialised
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published. And coaching "'em" that's in
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the oh and the framework of national
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tools I also got involved in a number
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don't program on press analysis. So you
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wanna press has a lot of information.
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And can be used. That's at least the
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hope as a really technique for
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diagnosis although the might be still
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many questions. So one of the no not
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not the the other programs we got
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involved there was partners from Basel
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university and issues here to to let's
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say evaluate how far you wanna press
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could be a good tool for investigating
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the issue of head and neck answer. This
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was also stimulated by similar research
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going on the united states about you
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have of course the concept where you
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can combine these vocals seven's rosary
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noses is maybe if you I for for this a
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novel type of sensor was developed so
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called membrane type service that
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centre and there's a sensor. But you
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have a very simple this only one two
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three micron sick supported by four
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bedrooms and it becomes are integrated
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to simple resistors so you have a nice
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to be progress configuration the this
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"'cause" convert is covered by the
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owner the this problem or can absorb
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particular glasses and this can lead to
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information and can lead to stress
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which is induced introduced to the
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appease resistors and you can have a
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nice signal. So you might not only one
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you make a race and a also universe
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today where very qualified in the
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covering these very is disks with
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particular membranes for a troubling
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gases is also published and no is some
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years ago got some good citations
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already even the past mobile oriented
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topper corner wasn't all you see this
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has now lead to some interesting
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results measurements on her own house
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impatience give a cluster of data on
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cancer inspirations. And after surgery
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the the very encouraging result is that
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the data move to the results for the
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hell stations. So again a transfer of
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technology to place and these devices
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are no commercially available from now
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sensors on on the world and you should
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tell to conclude as the still owes me
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some very exciting were we did was the
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what industry. I would like to mention
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this in particular to the the watch
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industry is still the search export
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sector of space in just in general some
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twenty twenty one twenty two billion
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swiss francs or plus all export seventy
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thousand jobs at least in this
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particular part of Switzerland and a
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lot of innovations always taking place
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in this porch when you factor is also
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question the wells long time how would
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it be possible to replace that Sadie
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conventional materials with some new
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materials like single crystal silicon
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like yes came into for instance.
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There's all triggered by the the number
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of facts like silicon is an extremely
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good mechanical material is was already
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announced in the paper biker pizzas and
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many years ago it S very good
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properties probably the best single
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crystal a magnetic and then the
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advancement of deep reactive I actually
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so we got involved in quite some number
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of corporations I would like to mention
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on this but I actually plan C as them
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in particular this started in two
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thousand three first corporation. And
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the objective that was to introduce a a
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statement real single crystal silicon
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into a commercial march. This was the
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first to advanced research limited
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numbers you is of a tech large also as
00:26:45
a commercial product then in the same
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here a large programs targets robots
00:26:50
you'd even far between C as M or the or
00:26:52
three but actually towards group in
00:26:55
particular data and fro likes to see if
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the very critical component in the
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mechanical watch to have spring could
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be replaced by silicon which was done
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the remote compensated the standard
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material is in the far this wasn't
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offended by a swiss physicist show you
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might be oh so we're born in Canton of
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we should probably got the Nobel prize
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in physics in nineteen twenty this is
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not a long time back in two thousand
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six already. But actually introduced
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the demo compensated Harris bring out
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of silicon in the commercial porches.
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And discontinue just corporation with
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new contracts the the integration of
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EIMT maybe about a place at the same
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time and then this workout advanced and
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I would like to mention that based on
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let's say the confidence and the
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corporation an important thing happens
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on April twenty eleven. And a joint to
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press conference the but actually chair
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was announced. But actually share but
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it probably micro mechanical or logical
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design also a US payment mechanism eval
00:28:08
by the forty but actually group and the
00:28:12
construction of a new building of TP
00:28:14
avail for EP of all you should tell
00:28:16
Michael city. So you see the silicon
00:28:18
components. And again a commercial
00:28:21
words of but actually and the
00:28:23
particular photo where the elderly
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residents of but actually missed a
00:28:29
store and with the state conservation
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dull to announce a new building present
00:28:35
a VP of L and DC or for C as yeah over
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there too talk to the press. And
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finally in two thousand shortly a a
00:28:47
spin of was created to produce and
00:28:50
manufactured these so components what
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up actually technologies. So this
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example probably you have not always
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but the real villain situation for the
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if PL for the industry and also for the
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partner see as yeah so over that the
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silver Springs continue to to have a
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great success used by omega but roll
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access well in commercial watches. And
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I would like to mention particular the
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corporation is yes the where there are
00:29:22
many corporations going on that is
00:29:25
central technology mature technology as
00:29:27
an opportunity and in the Boston still
00:29:29
the a number of double appointments
00:29:31
between EPFL and C is the something
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which I would like to encourage for the
00:29:36
police you get you have to consider
00:29:38
research opportunities. D lessons
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learned. So there's a large pile of
00:29:44
instruments to fund your research in
00:29:47
particular also for applied research
00:29:49
and corporations industry if you want
00:29:51
to do this of course you have to make
00:29:53
up your mind and you have to have you
00:29:55
context. So all day yesterday is very
00:29:57
important. So bill to industrial
00:29:59
network. This one here as extremely
00:30:03
powerful tools and we will certainly.
00:30:06
We're about here about it much more
00:30:07
today by device presidents and the all
00:30:11
of that is possible by TVPIV busted
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idiot right tools. I try to provincial
00:30:17
that you can publish. And of course you
00:30:20
have to create the right environment
00:30:22
for making startups and technology
00:30:25
transfer most important however you
00:30:28
might need all the students is
00:30:31
disposable over this they will do it
00:30:33
the final the and the is there's I
00:30:35
would like to conclude just think you
00:30:37
about school of engineering for the
00:30:38
support contravention though and very
00:30:41
important also all the other idea had
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over here. So some eighty four opinions
00:30:48
as mentions to see them all year over
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the years doing particular fields. So
00:30:54
was this I would like to know I

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Demetri Psaltis, Doyen de la Faculté STI
18 May 2016 · 10:03 a.m.
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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
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18 May 2016 · 10:21 a.m.
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18 May 2016 · 10:54 a.m.
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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
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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
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18 May 2016 · 2:18 p.m.
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18 May 2016 · 2:34 p.m.
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18 May 2016 · 2:52 p.m.
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18 May 2016 · 2:58 p.m.
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