We are currently looking for interns, Ph.D. students, and post-doctoral scholars in the general area of geometric computing and digitial fabrication with a focus on
deployable structures, and
Please visit the links to find out more about our research efforts in
these areas. GCM and EPFL offer a world-class, highly collaborative international
research environment with competitive salaries and a beautiful setting on the
shores of Lake Geneva.
Applicants should have a 4-5 year bachelor's degree or
a master's degree in computer science, math, engineering, or related fields.
Applications for the Ph.D. program are centralized, please follow the procedure outlined
If you are interested in a post-doc position in the general areas of geometry processing, physics-based simulation, numerical optimization, and digital fabrication, please contact me directly via email
Applicants should have completed or be about to complete their Ph.D. studies with a strong scientific background in relevant areas. Post-doc positions are initially offered for 12 months and can be extended for up to 4 years.
If you are interested to spend several months in our lab as an intern, please apply through this website.
NCCR Digital Fabrication
GCM is part of the National Centre of Competence in Research
(NCCR) Digital Fabrication (DFAB
) that conducts collaborative
research at the Doctoral and Postdoctoral levels in the disciplines of computer science
architecture, civil and structural engineering, material science,
mechanical engineering and mechatronics, and control systems
engineering. The methodology of the NCCR is highly collaborative and
cross-disciplinary, and is oriented toward training scholars and developing advanced practitioners in the fields of engineering, science and