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Biotechnology and E-health: Are They the Next Big Thing?
23 Jan 2020 /
By ESILV Paris /
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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.


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Meet our Partners: Newcastle University Ranks Among the Best Australian Universities
26 Apr 2018 /
By ESILV Paris /
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French engineering school ESILV students must spend a semester or more abroad anytime from year 3 to 5. Why not in Australia? Anne-Sophie Morvan, manager at Francaustralia Education presented the University of Newcastle to ESILV students. An occasion to find out about this academic partner and more specifically its Faculty of Engineering. The University of […]


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Global existence and long time behavior of solutions to a model of ferroelectric materials
15 Jun 2016 /
By Jonathan Riquier /
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Article published by Kamel Hamdache and Djamila Hamroun in Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications in June 2016. Kamel Hamdache is professor at ESILV and head of Devinci Research Center – Modelisation Group at Pôle Léonard de Vinci. In this work we study a general model arising in the dynamic of ferroelectric materials with displacement. […]


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Influence of Biaxial Stress on Magnetic Behavior of Dual-Phase Steel
02 May 2016 /
By Jonathan Riquier /
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Article published by Olivier Hubert, Frédérick Mballa-Mballa, Song He and Sophie Depeyre in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics in May 2016. Song He and Sophie Depeyre are professors at ESILV and researcher of Devinci Research Center – Modelisation Group at Pôle Léonard de Vinci. Online magnetic NDE of dual-phase (DP) steels is made on bands submitted […]


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A multi-scale modeling method for heterogeneous structures without scale separation
02 Feb 2016 /
By Jonathan Riquier /
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Article published by Tognevi Amen, Guerich Mohamed and Yvonnet Julien in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering in February 2016. Mohamed Guerich is professor at ESILV and researcher of Devinci Research Center – Modelisation Group at Pôle Léonard de Vinci. A method is proposed to compute the response of highly heterogeneous structures by constructing […]


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