What began as an engineering student project turned into a real mobile application. The second-year project, formerly known as EasyTalk , has been dubbed Click & Say, a digital tool that helps children with speech and communication. Céline Carlier, Inès Sabani and Morgane Ragneau are graduates of the ESILV/EMLV joint degree program, class of 2020. […]
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed in engineering school by your new surroundings and end up losing your focus. With so many different experiences from working professionals, fresh graduates, and career shifters, some advice are true gems.
The “learning-by-doing” method inspires ESILV engineering students to design and give courses inspired by Capture the Flag challenges to their fellow students. One sure way of perfecting a skill is to start teaching about it. With this in mind, five students in their Fourth Year of ESILV Master’s in Engineering have designed a course on […]
No matter the phase of your engineering postgraduate application, other candidates like you want the chance to get into the school and program of their dreams. Truth be told, there is no magic formula to make it but there are some guidelines you could follow while you figure out your next steps.
As the ESG wave impacts the global asset management industry, French fintech firms are taking action. Paul Bezault, class of 2004, co-founder and president of AssetSagacity, is one of the entrepreneurs leading the digitization of extra-financial data to make asset management more sustainable. Paul, who graduated from ESILV in 2004, is the head of the […]
Sometimes called the “mad scientists”, we found a beautiful yet accurate way of describing the role of creative technologists by dubbing them “the tech creatives driving projects into the future.”
To qualify as an ESILV engineer is to complete a high-level, general scientific and technological training program that uses digital technology, is internationally aware, and is true to the project-based teaching method. What is an ESILV engineer? To answer this question, the faculty members draw up a profile of a generalist engineer able to drive […]
Energy efficiency improvement in essential industries such as the food sector is a major challenge for the climate agenda. At the center of the energy transition, the industry players must look for new energy-saving solutions and technologies. To help them improve their efficiency, Pascal Clain, professor and researcher at ESILV, brings new information on gas […]
Using different 3D applications as a business innovation can be the right solution for engineering students with entrepreneurial minds. Such is the case of Alexandre, a student-engineer at ESILV and founder of Skriver 3D, a success story to be followed after the success of Caligo, a 3D anti-fog nose clip. With the support of Devinci […]
Imagination and creativity have brought us transportation, energy, and so many things we sometimes take for granted. So why do we rarely correlate these traits with engineers who turn, on a daily basis, constraints into creative and innovative opportunities?
For the first time, the do it yourself DIY learning at the De Vinci Innovation Center is getting outside. The Creative Technology students had their first “radical learning” session in the heart of the Fontainebleu forest during a “Hummingbird in Space” bootcamp: four days to learn how to use satellites to take the most beautiful […]
Engineers are taking boardrooms by storm. Did you know that some of the top-performing CEOs worldwide probably have an engineering degree? Tech-driven CEOs have been the front lines of the world’s most famous companies and brands like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon. It all began with the simple fact of wanting to solve a specific […]