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Aerosol Transmission of Covid-19: DVRC partners with ETH Zurich
26 Jan 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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DVRC’s Francesco Salvarani’s contribution to the project on aerosol transmission of Covid-19 is part of a scientific partnership with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (“ETH Zürich”). Francesco Salvarani, a professor in Mechanics at ESILV Engineering School, member of the De Vinci Research Center (DVRC), recently submitted a proposal for a research project on […]


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Big Data & Tourism: An ESILV Research Paper selected for an A-ranked Conference
12 Jan 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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For many years now, ESILV research professors have focused on understanding and improving the tourism business through big data, primarily through the work being carried out by the De Vinci Research Center. In this context, the research paper “Indicators for Measuring Tourist Mobility”, co-authored by two professors and a student from ESILV, was presented at […]


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Building more accurate AI: ReciTAL and ESILV launch the Research Chair in Bayesian Neural Networks
03 Nov 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Thanks to this new Research Chair in Bayesian Neural Networks, ReciTAL, the French AI startup specialised in Document Intelligence solutions, and ESILV are joining forces and expand their expertise in the field of Artificial Intelligence. One of the criticisms about AI is the incapacity of current ML models to represent the concept of uncertainty accurately. […]


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Human Robot Interaction Research: ESILV Student’s Article featured at IEEE RO-MAN 2020 Conference
22 Sep 2020 /
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Soumaya Sabry, a fifth-year student of ESILV and Ecole Polytechnique double-degree program, had her article on “People identity learning in HRI through an incremental multimodal approach” published as a part of  IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication. Soumaya’s contribution was featured at the Cognitive Robotics for Interaction (CIRCE) Workshop, hosted at the […]


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A Different View on the Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets, by Matthieu Garcin
18 Aug 2020 /
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An ESILV professor, Matthieu Garcin, is at the origin of two new studies focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on stock markets and the effects of the crisis on market efficiency. In these studies, Matthieu Garcin and his co-authors propose a new outlook on this financial crisis and an original method, outlining the chronology of […]


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The Bitcoin’s Blockchain is Mathematically Proven to be Robust by Cyril Grunspan, Teacher-Researcher at ESILV
21 Jan 2020 /
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In a recent research paper entitled “ON PROFITABILITY OF NAKAMOTO DOUBLE SPEND“, using new mathematical proofs that he developed, Cyril Grunspan, Director of the Financial Engineering Programme at ESILV Graduate School of Engineering, demonstrates that the bitcoin’s network security is robust enough to require only 1 or 2 confirmations for average transactions. This hypothesis may […]


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How Quantum Computing will change the World of Finance and Economics
10 Dec 2019 /
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An article by Sergio Focardi and Davide Mazza, both professors and researchers in Finance at ESILV and EMLV and member of the De Vinci Research Center’s Finance group, first published in The Conversation, showcases the technical implications of quantum computing in Finance and Economics. The evolution of modern finance was closely linked to the evolution of […]


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Bitcoin Lightning Network with Gabriel Lhéricy, Postdoc at ESiLV: Introducing the Ant Routing Algorithm
27 Jun 2019 /
By ESILV Paris /
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As a post-doc at ESiLV engineering school, Gabriel Lhéricy who is also a member of De Vinci Research Center, has been working on the “Moneytrack” partnership research project around cryptocurrencies. The work was done in collaboration with Cyril Grunspan (ESiLV, De Vinci Research Center) and Ricardo Pérez-Marco (CNRS, IMJ-PRG).


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Prospective, how to train future leaders?
04 Apr 2019 /
By esilv paris /
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A tribune by Pascal Brouaye, Director General of Pôle Léonard de Vinci, originally published in French in Grandes Ecoles et Universités Magazine Special CEO. Great leaders are often given the first quality to have a medium and long-term vision and therefore to be able to indicate the direction to be taken. This is true at […]


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How to train students in Artificial Intelligence?
19 Mar 2019 /
By esilv paris /
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A tribune about teaching AI written by Rony Germon, Director of Digital Pedagogies and Pedagogical Innovation at the Pôle Léonard de Vinci, originally published in Le Monde des Grandes Ecoles. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is at the concerns of public authorities, start-ups or large groups. Sometimes an oracle, sometimes a destroyer of employment, one lends him […]


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Innovation and aeronautics in defense, a lecture by former NATO’s ACT Jean-Paul Paloméros
28 Feb 2019 /
By esilv paris /
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General Jean-Paul Paloméros, former NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, shared his experience on innovation in the field of aeronautics and defense. This lecture was organized by LéoFly, the student association of aeromodelling of the Pôle Léonard de Vinci. Jean-Paul Paloméros, also a military advisor to Emmanuel Macron during his presidential campaign, emphasized the need to […]


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Automated recruitment: when algorithms detect soft skills
05 Feb 2019 /
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HR directors can’t only rely on the use of data to recruit. But companies have invested algorithms to help them make the first sort. If a robot is obviously not going to do an interview or negotiate the salary, the passage through big data or artificial intelligence can be a first step for recruitment. Sorting […]


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