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 […]
During his internship with Dassault Systems, Pierre Versini, class of 2020, coordinated an international student team who took part in a challenge of creating the sleeping quarters of a submarine using 3D design, simulation and collaboration technologies. The scholars provided a 15-hour live demonstration on how to model and build the interiors of a submarine […]
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 […]
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 […]
Pole’s Leonard de Vinci team has been awarded the Digital Engineer Trophy of the Engineer of the Future Trophies 2019 organized by the “Usine Nouvelle” and “Usine Digitale” magazines. The award-winning project in the Digital Engineer category is a virtual-reality jacket called Jacketronics. The Trophies of the Engineer of the Future took place at the […]
About ten students majoring in New Energies took part in the jury of Green Solutions Awards 2019, organised by Construction21, a social media tool and platform dedicated to improving sustainable building. The Green Solutions Awards is a national and international contest for sustainable city solutions and actors. This competition is free of charge and embodies […]
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......