As A.I., Robotics and Data are redrawing the healthcare landscape, researchers from all over the world started to study and to publish about deep learning-based magnetic resonance imagining (MRI). One of them is Guillaume Fradet, ESILV alumnus, class of 2019, who is a data scientist specialized in e-health, machine learning, and computer vision. Guillaume is […]
Devinci’s Startup Day entrepreneurial pitch contest was held on March 10th at the Pôle Léonard de Vinci. 12 early-stage startups competed for community support as well as for the votes of the jury. Three projects led by ESILV engineering students in the fields of digital health and data management were selected in the finals. Two […]
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 […]
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.
No one saw this coming: all the things that biotechnology has accomplished and reached in just a matter of time. And we are just beginning to comprehend and recognize the endless opportunities it’s been creating.
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 […]
While still being a male-dominated industry, the Engineering Industry is counting more and more women. In fact, many female engineers are responsible for some of the greatest innovations in history throughout the years.
Thousand of cyberattacks occur every year. In 2015, Microsoft evaluated that 81% of the big companies had been victims of cyberattacks. This is where the ethical hacker comes into play: a 'nice' hacker that works for companies......
Charles Foulard, class of 2015, left France for a year of study in the USA, and the experience changed his life. Since then, Charles made America his second home, readapting the French engineering world to the local culture......