Modern sustainable engineering aims to satisfy present requirements without impeding the ability of future generations to do the same. It’s a concept that engineers in almost every field now find to be more and more important.
For first-year students, the real-world experience comes through concrete projects. This year, the 2025 class had the mission “to design and build a most efficient wind turbine and its alternator, in harmony with its environment”. The learning-by-doing method is at the heart of the engineering curriculum at ESILV. As early as the very first year of […]
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 […]
BIM or Building Information Modeling is a process involving the generation, management and visualisation of digital representations of construction data. At a time when environment is a growing concern, BIM is a major asset in the construction and renovation work industries. Over the last decade, BIM has transformed the industry, helping to increase time and […]