Still passionate as ever, ESILV students keep up their associative projects. While waiting for the 2020-2021 academic year to start, there are even more initiatives in the works within LeoFly, the aeronautics and aerospace student association of the Pole Leonard de Vinci. Six student projects are ongoing this year. LeoFly’s objective is to uncover to […]
The last event of the Oracle Hackathon Programme took place on January 31. The Hackathon “Territoires d’Industries” brought together over 120 outstanding students from 4 French universities: IESEG, ESILV, Epitech and 42. In the final round, four teams among the five selected to make their pitches at the Palais du Luxembourg were from ESILV Graduate […]
Though aerospace and aeronautical engineering have the same principles, there is a critical distinction between designing for air and space. ESiLV engineering school trains students to become engineers in the aeronautics and space industry, through the Computational Mechanics and Modelling major, but it’s important to clarify the difference.
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 […]
When the film The Fifth Element came out in 1997, it depicted a city full of flying cars…in 2263. Actually, one may have to wait 2020 only for smart cities to put drone taxis into circulation in the air. Focus on five vehicles that may be flying in a near future. Airbus, Uber, Intel… the […]
Putting theory into practice, taking part in projects and national competitions, satisfying a passion: focus on ESILV’s technical associations. There are no higher education institutions without student associations. With over 40 of them, the Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s schools are no exception to this rule. ESILV values and support the creation of associations by students. […]
Each year, research institute Universum publishes a list of the most attractive employers for French engineering school students. Conducted on a sample of 15 000 students, this ranking gives insight on the attractivity of a hundred companies. Where do engineering students from France dream of being hired in 2018? Once more,aeronautics and digital are the […]
A core sector of the French industry, aeronautics must innovate to carry an increasing number of passengers in performing and environment-friendly aircrafts, in a highly competitive global market. ESILV trains students to become engineers in the aeronautics and space industry, through the Computational Mechanics and Modelling major. Here are three final-year projects led in teams […]