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How Efficient Is AI Regarding The Recruitment Process?
15 Oct 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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In the last few years, AI has progressively made its way into the recruitment process. Its use even increased since the start of the Coronavirus Crisis that led to a global generalisation of remote work.  To facilitate the recruitment process remotely, companies are now more inclined than ever to use AI software to assist them. […]


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4 Science-Fiction Technologies That Became A Reality
08 Oct 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Science-fiction has always inspired engineers for their innovations, and many connected objects that became a reality in the last decade were already well implemented in our imagination thanks to cinema and fiction. Is innovation inspiring fiction, or is fiction inspiring innovation? Here are 4 innovations that seem to come right from a Sci-Fi movie. 1 […]


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How To Choose The Safest Password Possible?
01 Oct 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Even though breaches are still going on, employees keep acting neglectful with their passwords. Denial, ignorance, and the fear of forgetting potential new passwords could explain this lack of vigilance regarding hackers and breaches. How to create a strong password, both easy to remember and hacker-proof? How Are We Still Letting Hackers Win? Even though […]


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How Is Women Representation In Computing Evolving In 2020?
24 Sep 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Computing is known for being a field where men are overrepresented compared to women. However, many innovations regarding computing were initiated by women throughout History. At the start of the 2020s, how well are women represented in IT? Up until the 1960s, the vast majority of programmers have been women. They were for example responsible […]


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How To Improve Your Creativity As An Engineer?
17 Sep 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Creativity is one of the most important soft skills for an Engineer. Engineers must always think of creative ways to come up with a solution, and they need to use their creativity to envision future innovations. Like any skill, creativity can be trained and improved. Schools of Engineering such as ESILV help students improving their […]


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What Are The Most Important Soft Skills For An Engineer?
10 Sep 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Nowadays, soft skills are an essential part of professional life. While hard skills represent technical skills, soft skills are all about personal skills, such as team spirit, creativity, or leadership. Students and graduates need to identify their soft skills for the hiring process. Schools of Engineering like ESILV put soft skills at the core of […]


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5 Innovations That Shaped The 2010s
03 Sep 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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The last decade was a turning point in tech innovation. With the Internet becoming more and more accessible and smartphones entering the everyday life of a vast majority of people, the 2010s was the decade that truly launched the human race into the future. Let’s get back in time to remember the biggest innovations of […]


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Scientists From The University Of Cornell Create A Hair-Sized Microrobot Able To Walk On 4 Feets
27 Aug 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Robotics really is the field of the future! Scientists have recently come up with tiny little robots that can move on four feet. Almost invisible, those robots can be used to explore biological environments. More than a million of those robots have already been produced. How Do Those Robots Work? “Those robots are so small […]


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5 Famous Women Engineers That Shaped The World
30 Jul 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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While still being a male-dominated industry, the Engineering Industry is counting more and more women. In fact, many female engineers are responsible for some of the greatest innovations in history throughout the years. Here is a non-exhaustive list of women engineers who did not hesitate to push the boundaries about what women could or could not […]


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What To Expect From Generation Z In The Engineering Industry?
16 Jul 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Born between 1997 and 2010, people from Generation Z grew up along with the digital era and are defined by a strong knowledge of new technologies and concerns about the environment. With the oldest of them now ready to enter the working life, what to expect of them regarding the Engineering Industry? Generation Z is […]


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The European Commission Launches The Innovation Fund: A Call For Projects to Help Clean Technology
09 Jul 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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On 3 July 2020, the European Commission opens one of the most important worldwide programme to drive clean innovative technologies towards the market: the Innovation Fund. A call for environmental-friendly projects to boost competitiveness among innovative technologies with a low carbon footprint. The Fund supports innovation in energy-intensive industries, renewables, energy storage and carbon capture, […]


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Study Abroad Fair, an essential Step towards opening up to the World in Engineering School
17 Dec 2019 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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With more than 100 partner universities all over the world, ESILV reinforces the ambitions of the future engineers with a calling for globetrotting. Encouraging the international mobility of students it also means organising networking events that would guide student engineers in their quest to find an internship or training program outside France. And what better […]


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