In 2019, business analytics started being taken seriously. As businesses stop asking themselves “do I need analytics?” and start asking themselves “how can I get analytics?” 2020 will witness major acceleration in all of the trends we’ve come to know, and introduce a few new ones that join the forces of business intelligence and predictive […]
To put it in simpler terms, AM can be also referred to as 3D printing. It is a transformative approach to industrial production that enables the creation of lighter, stronger parts and systems.
About ten students majoring in New Energies took part in the jury of Green Solutions Awards 2019, organised by Construction21, a social media tool and platform dedicated to improving sustainable building. The Green Solutions Awards is a national and international contest for sustainable city solutions and actors. This competition is free of charge and embodies […]
Engineers are not only the base of modern industrial society but also the pioneers of many outstanding innovations of the 21st century.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and other competitors experienced record-breaking growth in recent years, leaving many investors and their accountants uncertain about the overall state of the taxes involved, which lead to a big misconception around the tax bills and which transactions are taxed to begin with.
According to Forbes Magazine, in 2025, machines are expected to perform more current work tasks than humans compared to 71% being performed by humans as of now. However, does this mean that that robotics and AI will displace or create the jobs of the future?
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when the words “Internet of Things” pop up? It’s probably “e-commerce”, “smart phones”, “smart homes”, “big data”, “cloud”, etc… but there’s more to it than meets the eyes; and IoT has been transforming all forms of interaction and work process, one industry at a time.
Job fairs are a great opportuniy for internship or job seeking engineering students and making the right first impression is what matters most in a busy job fair. Regardless of which type of student personalities they can relate to, whether they are leaders, team players, bold, or shy; these next tips will make them memorable […]
The technology industry continues to create and offer exciting opportunities, but being a tech leader of this era comes with many challenges. As users are becoming more conscious of big issues such as privacy and consumer ethics, their overall expectations are increasing when it comes to technology-based products and services. If tech leaders are centralizing […]
Engineering in the 21st century has undoubtedly witnessed some of the best technological innovations. Many of them made their mark on the world in just a short amount of time, so it is only fair to take a couple of minutes and remember 5 incredible engineering breakthroughs of the century.
110 partner companies, 300 recruiters, over 1500 internship and job offers… the latest edition of Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s career fair had engineering students at ESILV meet their future employer, for an internship or a first job. This interdisciplinary event is organised each year by Pôle de Vinci’s corporate relations department, with the support from […]
Mark Vogelweith joined Morgan Stanley at the Canary Wharf offices in 2016. When financial and economic news rock the career path of an engineering student… From Paris La Défense business district to London, itinerary of an ESILV financial engineering major graduate. The American multinational investment bank and financial services company operates in more 42 countries and owns offices in the world’s […]