The day-to-day routine of a creative technologist varies from one professional in a specific sector to another and includes everything from refining product concepts to account and project management. With strong communication, presentation, and time-management skills, as well as the ability to multitask and pivot at a moment’s notice, a typical working day is never the […]
Inspired by the Israeli CyberSpark, the Cyber Campus aims to “raise the bar for French excellence ” in cybersecurity. ESILV is one of the 160 players involved in this “cyber-city”, a place for sharing innovations and good digital hygiene practices. “Together, at the service of a great cybernation.” This is the motto of the Cyber […]
Hackers have long been regarded as villains through the media lens worldwide. They are portrayed in society as cyber-criminals and outliers that strive to damage systems, steal data, and destroy anything that stands in their way. Yet even if all of this remains true, we need to distinguish between cyber-crimes and ethical hacking that exposes […]
Working corporate social responsibility has become at the center of businesses and professions. As a growing area of priority for companies, it’s not easy to break into the world of CSR, especially if you’re switching engineering careers or starting a new related position. So how can you stand out in the unique and sometimes limited […]
A big part of engineering that deserves far more credit than it’s getting is research. The most exciting part that is always highlighted is the creativity, design, and development; however, let’s not forget that research engineers work with diverse sectors such as government, academic institutions, and manufacturers to guarantee a smooth project from start to […]
Sustainability skills and environmental awareness are a priority in many corporate jobs for new engineers as eco-friendly initiatives, and green businesses become crucial. Here are three engineering projects initiated by ESILV students, set to protect the natural environment and human and ecological health through innovation and technologies. Creation of an ESG criteria assessment database #PI²4 […]
If you had the opportunity to get one of the highest-paid and reputed jobs in the field of biotechnology engineering, would you say no? It has become a rapidly growing field and the demand for biotechnical experts has been booming like no other. With a sector that is a blend of many specializations where students […]
Product management has always been a job where you “fall” into the role by learning in the field and watching others perform. Even with all the training and coaching, it has been identified that the top factors driving product or service development superiority from start to finish and better team performance are the combinations of […]
It’s hype, it’s novel, it’s exciting, and it might change the world as we know it. 2021 was undoubtedly the year of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and it was also the year where non-fungible-tokens (NFTs), went truly mainstream.
Continuous development and lifelong learning have become the new normal for fresh and professional engineers as their work and diverse specializations revolve around public infrastructure and safety, a sustainable environment, a highly competitive economy, healthcare, and security.
If the past two years have proved anything, it is the importance of rapid adaptability when facing crisis and uncertainty. To prepare for 2022 and what it might hold, companies began accelerating their digital transformation and prioritizing specific technology trends.
Facing a crisis like the pandemic, engineering leadership teams had to rethink their plans and reorient their projects to ensure the safety of all concerned parties: employees and clients, without breaking the bond. Whether newly graduated or working professionals, engineers had some lesson or two to share.