2000 students – 700 PhD students – 1400 employees – 92 nationalities

More than 100 laboratories in five institutes:
Electrical engineering
Materials
Mechanical engineering
Microengineering
Bioengineering

With a wide range of expertise:

microsystems, electronics, robotics, energy, advanced materials, immunoengineering, neurosciences, advanced manufacturing, computer science

Research output and rankings

Showing a consistent positive trend in all recognized rankings (THE, Leiden, ARWU, QS), the engineering fields of EPFL are now placed among the top 3 in Europe and top 20 worldwide.

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