LeoFly is the first French team to launch a rocket in the European Rocketry Challenge, a competition for European engineering and science students promoted by the Portuguese Space Agency. For its first launch from Portugal, LeoFly’s Helios rocket lifted off as planned and experienced a nominal flight. This performance represents the third-best result in EuRoC’22’s […]
After the busy year of 2021-2022, LéoFly has reached its goal: Polaris and 2piR have been validated, launched, and have each made a nominal flight during the C’Space 2022 competition, a total success for the aeronautics student club of Devinci Higher Education. From July 16 to 23, 2022, nearly 200 students set out to conquer […]
From January 28 to 30, defense professionals and young talent wishing to work in the industry met at the Grande Halle de la Villette to attend the “Fabrique Defense” 2022 event. LeoFly, the aerospace student club of the Devinci Higher Education, was present for the occasion. Big names in the space industry such as Ariane […]
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 […]
On Wednesday, 16 October, Leofly Student Association hosted a talk with Jean-Claude Hironde, the engineer in charge of the Rafale project – spearhead of the French army – to retrace the history of the omnirole fighter conceived by Dassault Aviation and answer all the questions raised by this technological achievement. Jean-Claude Hironde took a step-by-step […]
For one week, members of the LeoFly project teams, the student association for space and aeronautics enthusiasts, participated in C’Space 2019, organized by Planète Sciences in partnership with CNES.
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 […]