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5 Famous Women Engineers That Shaped The World
30 Jul 2020 /
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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. Here is a non-exhaustive list of women engineers who did not hesitate to push the boundaries about what women could or could not […]


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What Is An Ethical Hacker?
23 Jul 2020 /
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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 to protect them against regular hackers. Ethical hackers could replace computer engineers in the next decade. It is […]


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Charles, Class of 2015, Quality & Reliability Engineer at Milwaukee Tool, USA
21 Jul 2020 /
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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 and ways of doing things. Here is his story in Charles’ own words. As a founder of […]


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What To Expect From Generation Z In The Engineering Industry?
16 Jul 2020 /
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Born between 1997 and 2010, people from Generation Z grew up along with the digital era and are defined by a strong knowledge of new technologies and concerns about the environment. With the oldest of them now ready to enter the working life, what to expect of them regarding the Engineering Industry? Generation Z is […]


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The European Commission Launches The Innovation Fund: A Call For Projects to Help Clean Technology
09 Jul 2020 /
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On 3 July 2020, the European Commission opens one of the most important worldwide programme to drive clean innovative technologies towards the market: the Innovation Fund. A call for environmental-friendly projects to boost competitiveness among innovative technologies with a low carbon footprint. The Fund supports innovation in energy-intensive industries, renewables, energy storage and carbon capture, […]


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Simon, class of 2020, wins a data hackathon on global warming
07 Jul 2020 /
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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 […]


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Why Is Robotics So Important After The COVID-19 Crisis?
02 Jul 2020 /
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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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AI-Powered MRI: Guillaume, ESILV alumnus, performs Research on Deep Learning to improve medical diagnosis
30 Jun 2020 /
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As A.I., Robotics and Data are redrawing the healthcare landscape, researchers from all over the world started to study and to publish about deep learning-based magnetic resonance imagining (MRI). One of them is Guillaume Fradet, ESILV alumnus, class of 2019, who is a data scientist specialized in e-health, machine learning, and computer vision. Guillaume is […]


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3 Tips To Become A Fulfilled Working Engineer
25 Jun 2020 /
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The Engineering Industry is just as fascinating as it is demanding. To experience true personal development while working in the industry, three tips have to be kept in mind while exercising your job as an engineer. Personal growth should always be a priority in any kind of career, especially in a field based on innovation […]


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Creating their own internship in their startup: engineering students’ solution at the sanitary crisis
23 Jun 2020 /
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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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Engineering Industry And Remote Work: Why It Works And What Are The Long-Term Impacts?
18 Jun 2020 /
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With the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of industries around the world had to think of new innovative ways to keep going on, and although remote work doesn’t suit each and every single one industry, engineering has adapted just fine. Despite shortages in the supply chain, engineering took adventage of the situation by primarly focusing on […]


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Aeronautics and aerospace: Leo Fly’s student projects for 2020-2021
16 Jun 2020 /
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Still as passionate as ever, ESILV students keep up their associative projects. While waiting for the 2020-2021 academic year to start, there are even more initiatives in the works within LeoFly, the aeronautics and aerospace student association of the Pole Leonard de Vinci. Six student projects are ongoing this year. LeoFly’s objective is to uncover […]


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