3D printing, the process of producing 3-dimensional objects from a computer file, presents many advantages when it comes to manufacturing, which offers a multitude of possibilities, sometimes unexpected… ESILV School of Engineering has its own FabLab equipped with 3D Printers for students to experiment with this revolutionary technology. The Industry 4.0 Major trains them to […]
During his internship with Dassault Systems, Pierre Versini, class of 2020, coordinated an international student team who took part in a challenge of creating the sleeping quarters of a submarine using 3D design, simulation and collaboration technologies. The scholars provided a 15-hour live demonstration on how to model and build the interiors of a submarine […]
In 2015, a bold statement was made: 3D printers will one day become common product-design and manufacturing devices. Now in 2020, the 3D-printing market has crossed the 1 million-unit threshold and by 2018, the trends were pointing towards a significant opportunity quickly coming into focus.
Junior-Enterprises are not unique to business schools! There is also a potential for technical missions or high-stakes innovation situations: upgrading the pieces of equipment at the fablab, modelling and building a collection of modular shoes and conceptualizing an eco-responsible container for a new 100 percent French beverage. DeVinci Junior puts together the skills of students […]
In the year since its opening, De Vinci Innovation Center has become a fully functional laboratory of the future. The trans-disciplinary research lab of the Pole Leonard de Vinci received some twenty new series of cutting-edge equipment and innovative technical tools, dedicated to eHealth research, Industry 4.0, mixed reality and 3D-printing.
2020 arrived and brought with it the many ways technology is changing how we think about IT in healthcare. The current developments in technology in the area of e-health and m-health are also increasing benefits for both practitioners and the patients.
DeafLearning, a project developed by ESILV engineering students, won first place in the category of Data Science at the Bayer Digital Campus Challenge held at Bayer headquarters, in Leverkusen Germany, between famous neighbours Dusseldorf and Cologne. ESILV’s team finished second place out of 832 participants from 74 countries and 320 projects featuring four categories: Cloud […]
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.