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The laboratory VR-Lab is responsible for teaching Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality, and Computer Vision at the Diploma and PhD levels. EPFL has a long experience of strong international cooperation through several European projects in the areas of Virtual Reality, shared environments, Computer Animation, and Medical applications, and is also involved in projects networks at the national level. EPFL has been a member of PAVR (Platform for Animation and Virtual Reality). This was an EU Training and Mobility of Researchers program. It was designed to bring together a significant team of workers in order to address problems common to virtual reality and animation systems. EPFL has successfully trained researchers under this research training network. The laboratory has also a successful experience of training early stage researchers from Spain with alternate stays in Spain and in the EPFL (3 PhD students since 1994). EPFL is currently offering two master courses and one doctoral school course that can be attended by participant of the network. Besides, EPFL offers 17 doctoral programs among which the Doctoral School of Computer and Communication Sciences proposes 36 course modules. This is an ample basis for registered PhD student to choose from to complete the requirement of 4 course credits per year. Together with UNIGE, EPFL is involved in the European diploma on Graphics Visualization and Communication along with the University Claude-Bernard Lyon-1 and the University Lumiere Lyon-2. Within this framework the schools and universities involved exchange students for teaching and training periods. At the national level, EPFL has organized several workshops and winter /spring schools within the framework of the "Troisième Cycle Romand d'Informatique". The director of VRLab-EPFL is coeditor-in-chief of the Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation, and member of the editorial board of the Visual Computer and 3 other journals. He is regularly program chair of key events in the field of  Virtual Human Modelling and Animation. He has organized 4 courses at the ACM SIGGRAPH conference on human modelling and animation.