ESILV Graduate School of Engineering trains engineers with strong scientific and technical bases and a real professional experience, so who’s better than the school’s alumni to answer some interesting questions about the major’s challenges and highlights.
Engineering and teamwork are a perfect match. To be a successful engineer is to develop strong teamwork skills in order to ensure a smooth workflow process.
For one week, members of the LeoFly project teams, the student association for space and aeronautics enthusiasts, participated in C’Space 2019, organized by Planète Sciences in partnership with CNES.
Though aerospace and aeronautical engineering have the same principles, there is a critical distinction between designing for air and space. ESiLV engineering school trains students to become engineers in the aeronautics and space industry, through the Computational Mechanics and Modelling major, but it’s important to clarify the difference.
There are a lot of directions that students and future financial engineers can choose from for their career in finance. Not only must they demonstrate certain financial skills like sharp analytical abilities and communication competencies, but also a deep understanding of the upcoming technologies that are advancing the financial sector.
Engineering Students, particularly graduate students, go back to resume their post-graduate studies under the impression that it will be the same experience as their bachelor’s. Little do they know that it’s a completely different experience.
Engineers are not only the base of modern industrial society but also the pioneers of many outstanding innovations of the 21st century.
The freedom that comes with creating a startup can’t be beat, especially since it’s not restricted to one industry. The sky is the limit, particularly in the engineering sector where students get to combine creativity and technicality with a dash of entrepreneurial spirit.
AI is the grand title of the evolution of Big Data. Analytics and artificial intelligence are no longer separate entities because it’s not just about collecting data but also acting on it with the support of the latest technologies.
As part of the development of partnerships with world leaders in the digital world, around forty alternating engineering students at ESILV engineering school had the opportunity to go on a “Learning Expedition” in Ireland, the hub of the leading international digital players. In just a few decades, the Irish capital has become a true European-style […]
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and other competitors experienced record-breaking growth in recent years, leaving many investors and their accountants uncertain about the overall state of the taxes involved, which lead to a big misconception around the tax bills and which transactions are taxed to begin with.
As a post-doc at ESiLV engineering school, Gabriel Lhéricy who is also a member of De Vinci Research Center, has been working on the “Moneytrack” partnership research project around cryptocurrencies. The work was done in collaboration with Cyril Grunspan (ESiLV, De Vinci Research Center) and Ricardo Pérez-Marco (CNRS, IMJ-PRG).