Relevant EPFL laboratories
APHYS – Physics of Aquatic Systems Laboratory (Johny Wüest)
Physical processes as an avenue for understanding lake ecosystems, Management of natural water resources, and lakes as natural scale-up “laboratories” for stratified environmental flow studies.
AQUA – Advanced Quantum Architecture Laboratory (Edoardo Charbon)
Single Photon Avalanche Detector (SPAD) for direct Time-Of-Flight FLASH LIDAR.
EPSL – Earth and Planetary Science Laboratory (Philippe Gillet)
study of planetary bodies formation and evolution through processes happening on surfaces, in mantles and in cores.
LASTRO – Astrophysics Laboratory (Jean-Paul Kneib)
formation and evolution of galaxies, early Universe and dark matter.
TOPO – Geodetic Engineering Laboratory (Bertrand Merminod and Jan Skaloud)
Position and attitude determination of moving platforms.