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International Symposium on Synthetic Two-Dimensional Polymers

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ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg Campus, Switzerland — June 2-3, 2014 »»

Spintronics and Magnetochemistry on the Atomic and Molecular Level

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Congressi Stefano Franscini, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland — October 26-30, 2014 »»

2013 – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

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The 2013 Materials Day addresses the broad range of research at the Department of Materials and gives an overview over today’s and tomorrow’s research frontiers of the Department.
More details; Video recording of event

2011 – Biological and Bioinspired Materials

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The 2011 Materials Day will put together world leading experts in the field of biomimetic research and related areas to present the latest and most exciting work on the material science of biological structures and on artificial materials made following the design principles found in nature.
More details; Video recording of event

2009 – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

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The Event addresses the broad range of research at the Department of Materials and gives an overview over today’s and tomorrow’s research frontiers of the Department. The Materials Day 2009 closes with the Farewell Lecture of Prof. Ueli W. Suter "Gestern, vorgestern und einst".
More details; Video recording of event

2007 – Sticking and Sliding, Wearing and Tearing

Tribology and Adhesion impinge on our everyday lives in countless ways, and yet the science associated with these important phenomena is far from being fully understood. more...

2005 – Materials and Life

Improving our quality of life through advanced materials. more...

2003 – Materials Modeling

Designing Materials: Computer vs. Laboratory? The firm answer to this question is: Computer AND Laboratory! more...

2001 – Werkstoffe für Transport und Verkehr

Aus welchen Werkstoffen werden künftig Autos, Bahnen und Flugzeuge gebaut? mehr...

1998 - Materials in Medicine

 

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