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Thuy Nguyen’s Work at the 11th European Conference on Solid Mechanics
06 Sep 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Thuy Nguyen’s recent research results on fracture mechanics have been selected for presentation at the 11th European Solid Mechanics Conference in Galway, Ireland, July 4-8, 2022. This work is part of the research collaboration between the Devinci Research Center and CEA Saclay. Thuy Nguyen is a researcher and professor at ESILV, and a member of […]


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Soft Robotics Podcast: Insights on Human-Like Artificial Skin Sensor from Marc Teyssier
07 Jun 2022 /
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Resilient Futures Group Principal Investigator Marc Teyssier spoke with Marwa EIDiwiny on a recent episode of the IEEE RAS Soft Robotics podcast. They discussed soft materials and human-computer interaction and Devinci Innovation Center’s contribution to the robotics community. Marc Teyssier is a designer, researcher and principal investigator of the Resilient Futures Group at Devinci Innovation […]


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How Navier-Stokes Equations Can Help Solve Natural Convection Problems
29 Mar 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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By combining condensed matter physics, solid mechanics, fluid dynamics and thermodynamics, a team of scientists from De Vinci Higher Education and Laval University found a new approach to natural convection phenomena. The new model couples the Navier-Stokes equations to heat transfer equations, giving a more efficient and faster algorithm than traditional approaches. Driss Yakoubi, professor […]


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Xiao Xiao & T-Voks Awarded Second Place, Guthman Musical Instrument Competition
22 Mar 2022 /
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Xiao Xiao, the head of the Human Learning group at the De Vinci Innovation Center, is the second-place winner in the 2022 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition. Her innovation is T-Voks, an augmented theremin that speaks and sings, but also a joint research project developed in France. Georgia Tech’s 2022 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition is an […]


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Machine Learning Researchers Develop A New Approach For Tackling Classification Problems
01 Mar 2022 /
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In a new paper, Pegah Alizadeh, professor at ESILV and the Devinci Research Center member, proposes a new method to decomplexify classification problems in machine learning. The paper named “Clustering Approach to Solve Hierarchical Classification Problem Complexity” has been published in AAAI conference on artificial intelligence. This research event is known as a A* ranking […]


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Financial Modelling: Two ESILV Professors Publish Research in A Three-Star Journal
14 Dec 2021 /
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Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli, professors at ESILV engineering school, have had their research into financial modelling and rough volatility published as an article in a highly-regarded web of science applied mathematics journal. Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli are professors in Financial Engineering at ESILV and members of the Finance Group at De Vinci Research […]


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Energy Efficiency in the Food Industry: Pascal Clain’s Research Contribution
04 Nov 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Energy efficiency improvement in essential industries such as the food sector is a major challenge for the climate agenda. At the center of the energy transition, the industry players must look for new energy-saving solutions and technologies. To help them improve their efficiency, Pascal Clain, professor and researcher at ESILV, brings new information on gas […]


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Big Data: Theo’s Contribution to a Research Project on Tourist Prediction
28 Sep 2021 /
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The applications of big data and machine learning are near-endless when it comes to tourism intelligence. Theo, a data scientist who graduated from ESILV,  is the co-author of a research paper on big data tourism prediction and analysis. The paper “Hidden Markov Model to Predict Tourists Visited Places” co-authored by Théo Demessance, ESILV alumni, Chongke […]


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Dream Research : Art and Science Meet at De Vinci Innovation Center
13 Apr 2021 /
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Unleash the subconscious power through AI to explore high-dimensional space and be connected to Mother Earth even more intensively as a human being. It’s the aim of The Wandering Mind, a dream research project that bridges art and science at De Vinci Innovation Center. The Pole Leonard de Vinci’s transdisciplinary research lab was home to MIT graduates […]


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Rough Is Not so Tough : Fast Hybrid Schemes for Fractional Riccati Equations
16 Mar 2021 /
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Martino Grasselli, a doctor in Quantitative Finance and professor-researcher at ESILV School of Engineering, is the co-author of an article titled “Fast Hybrid Schemes for Fractional Riccati Equations (Rough Is Not so Tough)”, published in the international journal “Mathematics of Operations Research”.  Martino Grasselli is the head of the Finance Group at the De Vinci Research Center […]


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Aerosol Transmission of Covid-19: DVRC partners with ETH Zurich
26 Jan 2021 /
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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 /
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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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