Zurich University of Applied Science touring through Asia ZHAW’s School of Management and Law graduate class guided by Professor Rüttimann is visiting Japan and China for a 20-day study trip. Visits to two destinations during their stay in Tokyo were organized by … Continue reading
2 in 1 – Diesel Particle Filter and Nitric Oxide Catalyst Combined Researchers from the Paul Scherrer Insitute (PSI) have been working on combining filtering soot and reducing nitric oxide of exhaust gas after-treatment in vehicle. A mixture of emissions … Continue reading
Congratulations, Professor Citterio! On Thursday, June 19, 2014, Prof. Dr. Daniel Citterio gave his inaugural address at Keio University where he became full professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry in April of this year. Prof. Dr. Citterio, a graduate … Continue reading
Clean Energy form Laser-Studies EPFL researchers have used a novel laser approach to control specific vibrations of a water molecule, which can affect the efficiency of converting methane into hydrogen. This is crucial step for clean energy source and synthetic … Continue reading
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Keio University’s Faculty of Science & Technology: 75th Anniversary On June 14, 2014 the Faculty of Science & Technology of Keio University celebrated its 75th anniversary with a big party at its Hiyoshi Campus. The room was packed full with guests … Continue reading
Swiss Universities shine at Keio Study-Abroad Fair The Science & Technology Office Tokyo this year again participated at Keio University’s Study Abroad Fair taking place at their Hiyoshi Campus during the afternoon of June 11. The well-decorated booth representing the Swiss Universities … Continue reading
Swiss Smartphone controlled meter/switch looking for supporters Please support this project on indiegogo! David Eberli, Swiss engineer and computer science graduate from the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts invented “Smart-me”, an energy and power meter, a remote switch, a time switch and a temperature … Continue reading