News

  • Sandra Luber receives the 2017 Clara Immerwahr Award

    Dr. Sandra Luber, MARVEL member in computational chemistry and materials science at the University of Zurich, has been granted the Clara Immerwahr Award 2017 for her outstanding research contributions to the field of catalysis.

  • Nicola Spaldin receives the 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards

    Professor Nicola Spaldin, group leader in MARVEL, and professor of Material Theory at ETH Zurich, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards “for her groundbreaking multidisciplinary work predicting, describing and creating new materials that have switchable magnetic and ferroelectric properties.”

  • Equal opportunity activites for young girls at EPFL in 2017

    MARVEL and EPFL Science outreach department announce two initiatives of the equal opportunities actions targeted at young girls and taking place at EPFL.

  • 7th MaNEP winter school on Quantum Materials at the Nanoscale

    The 2017 MaNEP Winter School will take place in Saas Fee from January 8 to 13 2017. It combines introductory courses with more specialized lectures in the field of correlated quantum matter.

  • MaX software scientist/engineer @ EPFL

    An open position for a software scientist/engineer is available at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland) in the group of Prof. Nicola Marzari, supported by the H2020 Centre of Excellence MaX on "Materials Design at the eXascale", and in close collaboration with the NCCR MARVEL.

  • MARVEL was present at the 4th ASESMA school

    The 4th African School on "Electronic Structure Methods and Applications", ASESMA-2016, took place at Accra, Ghana, from June 13 to 24, 2016.

  • Best poster award in materials science at PASC 2016 conference for Sandip De

    Sandip De, a MARVEL postdoc in the group of Michele Ceriotti at EPFL, won the best poster award in materials science at PASC 2016 conference held from June 8 to 10, 2016 at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland.

  • Ursula Röthlisberger received the Doron Prize 2016

    Professor Ursula Röthlisberger, project leader in MARVEL, and head of the Laboratory of Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry at EPF, Lausanne, received the Doron Prize 2016.

  • Ursula Röthlisberger received the EuCheMS Lecture Award 2015

    Professor Ursula Röthlisberger, project leader in MARVEL, and head of the Laboratory of Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry at EPF, Lausanne, received the EuCheMS Lecture Award 2015.

  • Matthias Troyer wins 2016 APS Rahman Prize

    Professor Matthias Troyer, group leader in MARVEL, and professor for Computational Physics at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at ETH Zurich, has won the 2016 Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics of the American Physical Society. 

  • Dirk van der Marel wins 2016 APS Isakson Prize

    Professor Dirk van der Marel, group leader in MARVEL, and professor at the Department of Quantum Matter Physics at the University of Geneva, has won the 2016 Frank Isakson Prize for Optical Effects in Solids Recipient of the American Physical Society. 

  • 3 negotiation workshops for women in science

    The NCCRs MARVEL, QSIT - Quantum Science and Technology, Digital Fabrication, Synapsy, Kidney - control of homeostasis, MUST, RNA & Disease, SwissMAP, Bio-Inspired Materials, PlanetS, and the SCCER-FURIES are pleased to announce three negotiation workshops with Nancy Houfek for women in science. These workshops entitled "strong women/strategic performance: achieving success in meetings & negotiations" combine theater, negotiation and leadership techniques and are unique opportunities.