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What it Takes to Become a Computer Science Engineer
12 Dec 2019 /
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Students wanting to pursue a master’s degree in engineering tend to hesitate while picking their major because of how much details go into each one. Becoming a successful computer science engineer is no joke. It requires a lot of focus and passion, and all future engineers have both. So what does it really take to […]


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How Quantum Computing will change the World of Finance and Economics
10 Dec 2019 /
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An article by Sergio Focardi and Davide Mazza, both professors and researchers in Finance at ESILV and EMLV and member of the De Vinci Research Center’s Finance group, first published in The Conversation, showcases the technical implications of quantum computing in Finance and Economics. The evolution of modern finance was closely linked to the evolution of […]


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Financial Engineers: 5 Skills They Need in 2020
05 Dec 2019 /
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Being tech-savvy and innovator is at the core being of financial engineers. To this day, some recruiters and clients are still under the big misconception that only numbers matter, but the truth is, there’s more to this than meets the eye. What are the 5 necessary soft skills financial engineers must have to remain competitive […]


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Dublin: ESILV follows on the steps of GAFA in the Silicon Valley of Europe 4.0
03 Dec 2019 /
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The opening of the first international branch of the Pole Leonardo de Vinci in Dublin, the European home of the GAFA tech giants, gave the Corporate Partnerships department of the three schools – ESILV, EMLV and IIM – an occasion to organise the first Career Fair in Ireland, on November 7th. At the headquarters of […]


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Additive Manufacturing and the Trends to Watch out For
28 Nov 2019 /
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To put it in simpler terms, AM can be also referred to as 3D printing. It is a transformative approach to industrial production that enables the creation of lighter, stronger parts and systems.


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Innovating through Machine Learning: four Engineering Student Projects in Finance and Insurance
26 Nov 2019 /
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As part of the 4th and 5th-year industrial innovation projects included in the engineering curriculum, sixteen ESILV students have set themselves an ambitious challenge: to simplify banking, actuarial and green finance tools as much as possible, to offer partner companies and their users products that will make their lives easier, safer and more practical. Industrial […]


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Engineering Majors: 3 Tips to Pick the Right One
21 Nov 2019 /
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An engineering major involves a great deal of consideration because it tackles technical design and problem-solving elements related to real-life issues in industries and businesses. Students are motivated to pursue a career in an engineering specialisation for the ability to innovate and positively impact society as a whole. Studying Engineering in France: Meet Jamil from […]


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Therapy Games, IoT, Mobile Application: three Industrial Innovation Projects at the Service of the Health System
19 Nov 2019 /
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How can new technologies support improvements in health outcomes? This is an issue 4th and 5th year students of ESILV Engineering School try to solve through various industrial innovation projects as part of the 5-year curriculum. At a glance: three projects focused on disability and medical monitoring. Two of these projects have been developed in […]


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Empowering Engineering Students: From Ideation to Written Skills
14 Nov 2019 /
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Engineering students are not only innovators but artists as well. Even if they don’t fit the popular notion of “creativity”, they can manage to use their technical luggage such as mathematics, physics, and aeronautics as a medium for their creative outlet. Engineering students go to school to develop their creative side by designing tools and […]


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Metromedia: a Weekly Synthesis of Financial News by 5 Engineering Students
12 Nov 2019 /
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Spend a good time while travelling in the metro, and keeping up to date with the latest news from the world of finance and economic news, it’s possible! METROMEDIA ☀️Être au courant de l'actualité financière n'a jamais été aussi simple et rapide… ?Recevez chaque dimanche un mail récapitulatif de ce qu'il s'est passé de plus […]


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How Difficult Can Engineering Grad School Be?
07 Nov 2019 /
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Reading or hearing the words “engineering grad school” often send a few shivers down the spine of any applicant or new student, but is the fear justified? It’s no joke, studying an engineering specialisation is hard; and even though some majors are more difficult than others, it still raises a big question: is the course load […]


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Léofly welcomes Jean-Claude Hironde, the “Father of the Rafale” for an Exclusive Conference
05 Nov 2019 /
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On Wednesday, 16 October, Leofly Student Association hosted a talk with Jean-Claude Hironde, the engineer in charge of the Rafale project – spearhead of the French army – to retrace the history of the omnirole fighter conceived by Dassault Aviation and answer all the questions raised by this technological achievement. Jean-Claude Hironde took a step-by-step […]


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