About us

IDEA League Partners

TU Delft
ETH Zurich
RWTH Aachen
Chalmers


The IDEA League, founded in 1999, is a network of four leading universities of technology and science. Our joint activities in education, research and quality assurance, as well as our joint participation in EU programmes and initiatives make us a model of European cooperation. Together, we create added value by pooling resources for collaborative and complementary programmes for our students, researchers and staff.

Bombenfund in der Intzestraße

RSS RWTH Aachen - 28.08.2015

Mehrere RWTH-Institute und -Gebäude evakuiert, Kinderuni abgesagt.

Geplante Windparks virtuell erleben

RSS ETH Zurich - 27.08.2015
Windparks lösen häufig energische Diskussionen aus. Kritische Punkte sind dabei die Veränderung des Landschaftsbilds sowie die Geräusche der Windturbinen. VisAsim, unsere visuell-akustische Simulation von Windparks, hat grosses Potenzial, beim Planen von Windenergieanlagen die Meinungsbildung zu unterstützen.

RWTH Spitze im Bereich Gleichstellung

RSS RWTH Aachen - 26.08.2015

Die RWTH Aachen gehört deutschlandweit zu den Universitäten, die bei der Gleichstellung von Frauen und Männern besonders erfolgreich sind.

“An extra expenditure that paid off!”

RSS ETH Zurich - 26.08.2015
Ten years ago, ETH Zurich began collaborating with TU Delft and RWTH Aachen on a trinational Joint Master Programme in Applied Geophysics. We asked Professor of Geophysics Hansruedi Maurer what ETH Zurich has learned from the pioneering project.

Investing in the future of D-BSSE

RSS ETH Zurich - 25.08.2015
The Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE) at ETH Zurich in Basel and the University of Basel are looking to expand their collaboration. The cantons of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft are investing a total of CHF 10 million with a view to strengthening their collaboration in the field of personalised medicine and implementing new infrastructure measures.

Ticked off in Scotland

RSS ETH Zurich - 25.08.2015
“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” John Muir’s observation encapsulates the inherent interconnectedness that lies at the heart of environmental issues. It is this that makes environmental problems not only complex, but also wicked—in seeking to address one issue we create new conflicts.

"Personal contacts are important"

RSS ETH Zurich - 24.08.2015
ETH Zurich's Industry Day will take place tomorrow. Over the course of the event, 19 ETH professors and scientists will present their current research to industry R&D representatives. One of them is Petra Dittrich, a Professor of Bioanalytics. In an interview with ETH News, she discusses her expectations for the day, as well as the importance of working with the business community.

 

 
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