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 […]
A soon-to-be data engineer, Jean-David Alexandre, class of 2022, is currently studying for a Master’s degree at ESILV, specialising in the fields of data and artificial intelligence. So how do you go about training for a career in data? He talks about it in a video. The Data and Artificial Intelligence major in the engineering […]
The ACM Digital Library, the most extensive database in computer science, is now available for free access to ESILV students as part of the “Digital Learning” package. This resource allows for search and text mining of the full range of data published by the Association for Computing Machinery. Founded in 1947, the Association for Computing […]
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 […]
The Data Industry is one of the most growing industries of the late 20 years, due to the digitalisation of data and the increasing popularity of social media. Nowadays, companies are overwhelmed by data, which leads to many jobs opportunities in that field. The Data Industry will still be growing int the future. Choosing to […]
Simon Adda, a student of the class of 2020, won one of the five challenges set by Qlik datathon. Simon developed a data integration solution for analysing the data related to Australia’s most vulnerable cities to climate-related disaster. The hackathon was co-organised by Qlik, analytics and BI solutions provider, and C40 Cities, a network of […]
ESILV’s 5-year engineering students displayed their final-year projects at a showroom held at the Pole De Vinci’s campus, on January 31. The innovative industrial projects, called “PI²5”, enabled students to promote their work to companies, technical students associations and public institutions or to contribute to science through their research projects. 4 out of 43 projects […]
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when the words “Internet of Things” pop up? It’s probably “e-commerce”, “smart phones”, “smart homes”, “big data”, “cloud”, etc… but there’s more to it than meets the eyes; and IoT has been transforming all forms of interaction and work process, one industry at a time.
Big data is no longer restricted to massive enterprises. Small businesses and particularly SMEs are discovering how it can increase the company’s success. If equipped with useful information, small businesses can also benefit from it to market to consumers, just like big companies do.
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 […]