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Soft Robotics Podcast: Insights on Human-Like Artificial Skin Sensor from Marc Teyssier
07 Jun 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Resilient Futures Group Principal Investigator Marc Teyssier spoke with Marwa EIDiwiny on a recent episode of the IEEE RAS Soft Robotics podcast. They discussed soft materials and human-computer interaction and Devinci Innovation Center’s contribution to the robotics community. Marc Teyssier is a designer, researcher and principal investigator of the Resilient Futures Group at Devinci Innovation […]


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Engineering Students Use Brain-Computer Interfaces To Explore Drone Swarm Robotics
24 May 2022 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Brain-controlled devices are a part of everyday life, and drones controlled just by thinking can transform great pans of industries such as military service or industry disaster. To help students grasp how human-technology interaction can create smarter environments and enable easier communications with the machines around them, the De Vinci Innovation Center develops new AI-enabled […]


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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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Human Robot Interaction Research: ESILV Student’s Article featured at IEEE RO-MAN 2020 Conference
22 Sep 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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Soumaya Sabry, a fifth-year student of ESILV and Ecole Polytechnique double-degree program, had her article on “People identity learning in HRI through an incremental multimodal approach” published as a part of  IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication. Soumaya’s contribution was featured at the Cognitive Robotics for Interaction (CIRCE) Workshop, hosted at the […]


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Scientists From The University Of Cornell Create A Hair-Sized Microrobot Able To Walk On 4 Feets
27 Aug 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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Robotics really is the field of the future! Scientists have recently come up with tiny little robots that can move on four feet. Almost invisible, those robots can be used to explore biological environments. More than a million of those robots have already been produced. How Do Those Robots Work? “Those robots are so small […]


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Why Is Robotics So Important After The COVID-19 Crisis?
02 Jul 2020 /
By Naomi Huart /
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The recent COVID-19 pandemic highlights the future importance of Robotics: robots indeed are able to limit the worker’s exposition to the virus while maintaining social distancing and disinfecting public spaces. Overall, the Engineering Industry, including robotics, did not suffer from the COVID-19 crisis: the industry was already used to remote work, and digital software are well implemented. […]


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Creating their own internship in their startup: engineering students’ solution at the sanitary crisis
23 Jun 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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As the sanitary crisis impacted their internships, ESILV students were allowed to devote themselves entirely to their business project instead of the internships planned in the 4th and 5th years. A look at three examples of student startup launches. The 4th and 5th years internships cover a pivotal period in the engineering curriculum, as they […]


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How Robots Can Help SMEs Grow
24 Oct 2019 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Robots were once perceived as a threat to people’s jobs, or even just a tool used in the heavy industry sector, but in this digital era, SMEs are starting to make use of them as well. While some people argue that robots are replacing humans, SMEs are benefiting from the support of this technology to […]


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Robotics and AI: Replacing Humans or Creating More Job Opportunities?
25 Jun 2019 /
By ESILV Paris /
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According to Forbes Magazine, in 2025, machines are expected to perform more current work tasks than humans compared to 71% being performed by humans as of now. However, does this mean that that robotics and AI will displace or create the jobs of the future?


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2019 France Robotics Pre-Cup: High Spirits at Pole Léonard de Vinci!
23 Apr 2019 /
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The first edition of the 2019 France Robotics Pre-Cup at Pole Léonard de Vinci! A training session organized by the DaVinciBot association before the French Robotics Cup which will take place from May 30th till June 1st in La-Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée. Six engineering schools faced off, including ESILV: ENSIM, INSA, ESEO, EPITA, and IN’TECH. Each team […]


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Technical Associations in Engineering School: Life-Size Projects and Competitions
28 Jun 2018 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Putting theory into practice, taking part in projects and national competitions, satisfying a passion: focus on ESILV’s technical associations. There are no higher education institutions without student associations. With over 40 of them, the Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s schools are no exception to this rule. ESILV values and support the creation of associations by students. […]


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A 3D Printed Open Source Robot : DaVinciBot and the InMoov Project
01 Mar 2018 /
By ESILV Paris /
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Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s robotics association is taking part in the InMoov adventure, a collaborative open source project enabling the 3D printing of a humanoid robot, its construction and programming. InMoov is the first DIY open source robot one can print in 3D, build and program. The InMoov project was launched in 2012 by French […]


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