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Computer Science Research: the ACM Digital Library in Full-Text Access at ESILV
15 Jun 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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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 […]


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Study Abroad in France: Eugen from Romania, Exchange Student at ESILV
27 Apr 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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An engineering student exchange in France is not just an average trip abroad – it is a lesson for life and an ideal starting point in a young engineer’s career. Eugen, a Romanian computer science student, chose ESILV for his Erasmus exchange in France, which led him into an internship at Deezer in Paris. Eugen […]


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Big Data & Tourism: An ESILV Research Paper selected for an A-ranked Conference
12 Jan 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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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 […]


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Inter-school Hackathon: ESILV Students innovate for Spoon.ai, Cofidis, GANT and Spiribam
13 Oct 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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This year’s edition of the inter-schools hackathon brought together one hundred ten students from three schools – IESEG, ESILV and 42 – coached by experts from Onepoint, the leading player in the digital transformation of companies. The event proposed students from different technical and creative disciplines to collaborate, learn, compete and show off their skills […]


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3 Engineering Projects for Educational Technologies
29 Sep 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Holographic learning, voice recognition program, open-source community-based platform for graduate use. Education is not just about gathering knowledge but more about adapting to the various worlds that exist within the student community.  Readily available digital technologies can help students get past their hurdles. Engineers have an essential role to play in creating enhanced learning environments that are engaging […]


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How Is Women Representation In Computing Evolving In 2020?
24 Sep 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Computing is known for being a field where men are overrepresented compared to women. However, many innovations regarding computing were initiated by women throughout History. At the start of the 2020s, how well are women represented in IT? Up until the 1960s, the vast majority of programmers have been women. They were for example responsible […]


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Axa Coding Challenge “Heroes and metros”: ESILV team winner of the last round of the contest
02 Jun 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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The coding challenge organised by Axa from 29 Avril to 6 May, titled “Heroes and metros”, brought together over 200 participants. The programmers were tasked to minimise transport congestion in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Two students from ESILV have taken the challenge, and one of them won the last phase of the contest.  […]


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Covid-19 Stock Market Coaster: ESILV Students Contribute to the Research on Quantitative Finance
19 May 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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As the Covid-19 pandemic rocks markets, ESILV students majoring in Finance try to make sense of the stock market roller coaster. Two teams worked remotely on a value-at-risk project under the guidance of Matthieu Garcin, a lecturer and researcher in Quantitative Finance at ESILV Engineering School. Understanding current market fragilities and developing new strategies for […]


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My Version of The Everlasting Sorting Visualizer, a Medium article by Alexandre Zajac, ESILV Student
21 Apr 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Alexandre Zajac is a Software Engineering and Data Science Student at ESILV Graduate School of Engineering and an author on Medium.com, a web-publishing platform. In one of his latest Medium articles, Alexandre takes us on a journey through the process of building his version of a Sorting Visualizer with React and Redux using Typescript. The tutorial, made […]


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What it Takes to Become a Computer Science Engineer
12 Dec 2019 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Students wanting to pursue a master’s degree in engineering tend to hesitate while picking their major because of how much details go into each one. Becoming a successful computer science engineer is no joke. It requires a lot of focus and passion, and all future engineers have both. So what does it really take to […]


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Questions for the Alumni in Computer Science, Big Data and Connected Objects
19 Sep 2019 /
By ESILV Paris /
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ESILV Graduate School of Engineering trains engineers with strong scientific and technical bases and a real professional experience, so who’s better than the school’s alumni to answer some interesting questions about the major’s challenges and highlights.


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Microsoft, Dell, Linkedin, Oracle, VMware : ESILV Apprentices in a “Learning Expedition” in Ireland
04 Jul 2019 /
By Jonathan Riquier /
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As part of the development of partnerships with world leaders in the digital world, around forty alternating engineering students at ESILV engineering school had the opportunity to go on a “Learning Expedition” in Ireland, the hub of the leading international digital players. In just a few decades, the Irish capital has become a true European-style […]


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