With over 7 billion people, our planet is going through plenty of ecosystem transitions. From climate change to biodiversity challenges and changes in cities management, a lot of critical issues are affecting all aspects of our lives; economic, political, and environmental. But as cities get smarter, they still need to be sustainable to survive.
ESILV’s class of 2023 is officially mentored by Christophe Rauturier, software operations & customer support director at Stellantis. This new partnership formalizes a long-term relationship between ESILV and Stellantis, which connects 14 emblematic automotive brands. The ESILV class of 2023 receives official support from Christophe Rauturier, software operations & customer director at Stellantis. This patronage […]
A diverse profession such as engineering offers many specializations to choose from as it naturally allows you to branch out into many industries. Each specialty of engineering contributes to our daily lives. That is why picking the right one remains essential because it will not only affect you but the people around you too.
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 […]
Actuaries are the unknown superheroes of the financial engineering world. While they possess a remarkable technical skillset involving a lot of statistics, finance, and maths, it is actually the real business problem-solving competencies that go beyond numbers that make their superpowers noticeable. Number nerds? We don’t think so. There’s more to them than meets the […]
The applications of big data and machine learning are near-endless when it comes to tourism intelligence. Theo, a data scientist who graduated from ESILV, is the co-author of a research paper on big data tourism prediction and analysis. The paper “Hidden Markov Model to Predict Tourists Visited Places” co-authored by Théo Demessance, ESILV alumni, Chongke […]
Being in a challenging and competitive graduate market, engineering students can become less motivated during their academic journey. That is why engineering schools pick up on that vibe and nurture a culture of diversity, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship that prepares graduates for the global market.
Infrastructures, healthcare, energy sources, and so many other related fields require innovation and problem solving; two areas of expertise engineers excel at that make our daily lives easier. With the rapid and growing changes and threats the world is facing today, the engineering world is handling more challenges than ever before. Whether it’s the challenges […]
ESILV has been certified by the French National Agency for Information Systems Security (ANSSI) for its Cybersecurity major. This ANSSI certification is a further assurance of the high standard of ESILV’s training in IT security. SecNumedu is a certification process for higher education courses in cyber security. This label from ANSSI distinguishes courses that meet […]
Nicola, class of 2022, is studying abroad as an ESILV foreign exchange student in Paris during his master’s studies in financial engineering. Today, he shares his experience transitioning from Italy to France as an engineer to be. ESILV welcomes students from its partner institutions abroad to study at its Paris La Defense campus. Exchange students […]
3D Printing is crucial for various fields of activity such as industry and healthcare and is now commonplace. Additive manufacturing is also a vast terrain of experimentation for the De Vinci Innovation Center, the cross-disciplinary innovation cluster of the Pôle Léonard de Vinci. In an article published in The Conversation France, Clément Duhart, head of […]
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 […]