Klewel, based at IdeArk in Martigny, figures amongst the 10 nominees for the Swiss ICT Award 2014, the Oscars of the Swiss informatics sector.
KeyLemon offers computer access solutions based on speech and face recognition.
Since couple years, each Swiss School is participating to the Day: “Oser tous les Métiers", an initiative to give the chance to children between 10-12 years old to discover different types of professions. The children are invited to follow one of their parents at work to discover their "working environment".
28 participants, 12 selected projects and 6 awarded teams
A free signal-processing and machine learning toolbox
The 2011 IM2 summer institute photo gallery and video gallery are now available.
IM2 researchers have recently developed a software that automatically captures and analyses eye movements. This opens up new avenues for market research. The work was presented in Hannover, April 4-8 2011, at the world’s largest industrial trade fair.
A flying scooter, strawberry sweets and a humanoid robot... those were the objects at the centre of workshops run by NCCRs "IM2", "MaNEP" and "Affective Sciences" at the "Hérisson sous gazon" festival.
Hérisson sous gazon, June 18, 2011, Charrat, valais
Afsaneh Asaei's paper was selected as the winner of the IEEE Spoken Language Processing Student Travel Grant.
Une start-up issue de l’EPFL a mis au point une toile d’araignée numérique capable de décoder les expressions du visage via une simple webcam.
Every year, IMD searches for the most promising startups it can find to work with the MBA students. Over the past 13 years over 180 early-stage ventures have profited from this collaboration. Today, IMD representatives (Jim Pulcrano and Benoit Leleux) announce the twenty startups that have been selected to work with our MBA and EMBA students in 2011. Among them, Koemei (Idiap Spin-off) will participate to the venture.