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Trading and Cryptocurrencies: Three Master’s Degree Engineering Projects
21 Jun 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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The financial markets industry is currently looking for fresh talent to develop new products, services, and financial models in line with the economic and technological upheavals: high-frequency trading, blockchains, cryptocurrencies, decentralized finance, and many others. ESILV students get hands-on experience working on financial engineering projects aligning with the latest technology trends and their applications in […]


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Three Engineering Student Projects Focused on Health and Biotechnology
10 May 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Using digital technology to improve the diagnosis of eye diseases, improve the treatment of degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, or increase the pharmaceutical industry’s performance. These challenges require training more engineers capable of evolving in a flourishing healthtech universe. Between biotech, medtech and e-health, the need for skills in artificial intelligence, big data, and their […]


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DaVinciCTF 2022, From Engineering School Projects to Cyber-Challenges
05 Apr 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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DaVinciCode, the cybersecurity student club of the De Vinci Higher Education, organized a weekend-long CTF competition, which was open to all hacking enthusiasts, students or not. This year, the competition gathered almost 2,000 participants and 1,200 teams from all over the world around thirty security challenges conceived during engineering projects at ESILV. The digital security […]


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ESG Investing, Farm Management, Green Cities: Three Student Projects For Sustainability
01 Feb 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Sustainability skills and environmental awareness are a priority in many corporate jobs for new engineers as eco-friendly initiatives, and green businesses become crucial. Here are three engineering projects initiated by ESILV students, set to protect the natural environment and human and ecological health through innovation and technologies. Creation of an ESG criteria assessment database #PI²4 […]


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Three Fourth-Year Engineering Projects On Transforming French Cybersecurity
05 Dec 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Cybersecurity remains a significant challenge for the global economy. To help companies prevent and manage risks, ESILV engineering students are working on engineering projects aimed at creating tools to enhance cyber protection. Here is a closer look at three fourth-year projects conducted by the Class of 2022. 6 trillion dollars. That’s the estimated cost of […]


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Passion for Aeronautics: Seven Engineering Projects by LeoFly Student Club
05 Oct 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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In engineering school, learning does not happen in the classroom alone. That’s why ESILV encourages students to participate in various aeronautics student clubs on the Pole Leonard de Vinci Higher Education campus in Paris. As a part of this year’s practical pedagogy activities, the LeoFly Aero Club is organising seven different hands-on engineering projects. Whether […]


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Learning by Doing in Engineering School: 77 Ideas for Urban Wind Energy
20 Jul 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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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 […]


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Human-Machine Interaction at the Service of Humanity: 2024 Class’ Cobotics Projects
13 Jul 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Human-machine interaction technologies have become increasingly popular, and cobotics is one of the fastest-growing elements of the intelligent factory. This year, the 2024 class’ second-year project focused on cobots: finding solutions to enhance human-robot collaboration.  In the second year of the ESILV integrated preparatory course for the engineering curriculum, the PIX project aims to design […]


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Industry Innovation: Class 2022’s Virtual Project Showcase
25 May 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Sustainable energy, IoT, health, mechanics, robotics, industry 4.0… This year, over 100 engineering student teams exhibited their industrial innovation projects during the ESILV virtual showcase. ESILV’s annual Industry Innovation Engineering Showcase provides the students from 4th to 5th year a platform where they present the project work they have completed throughout the year. Each year, […]


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Industry 4.0: Hands-on Projects in Engineering School
11 May 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Industry 4.0 is here and is revolutionizing working life, thus transforming the engineers’ jobs. Advanced robotics and digital manufacturing come with their array of challenges that require new skills to make them more capable than robots, AI, and algorithms. To ensure the future success of its graduates, the ESILV engineering school focuses on hands-on projects […]


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Learning Blockchain in Engineering School : three ESILV Projects
23 Mar 2021 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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As blockchain continues to revolutionize our world, ESILV students learn new skills to perform in the Blockchain space optimally. The engineering projects provide hands-on experience on the technologies that are transforming the way we complete transactions. The fifth-year industrial innovation projects include partnerships with companies, startups and research labs that enable students to promote their work […]


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Six Kickstarter Projects launched by the Innovation, Research & Manufacturing students
09 Mar 2021 /
By Jonathan Riquier /
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The Innovation, Research & Manufacturing students participated in a program in collaboration with Kickstarter, the go-to crowdfunding platform for creative projects.  Six ESILV teams from the Devinci Innovation Center’s Innovation, Research & Manufacturing programme launched crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for their small-scale projects. Under the guidance of Oscar Lhermitte, the […]


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