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Using the MIT’s Innovating Methods to Teach Artificial Intelligence in a Master Class
01 Feb 2018 /
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Letting engineering students prepare a class and teach it. This is the objective of the Artificial Intelligence master class launched last fall at engineering school ESILV. Clément Duhart, professor and researcher at ESILV and associate researcher at MIT Media Lab, created and launched this master class. He uses teaching methods inspired from the MIT’s. The […]


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Developing Soft Skills as a Tool for Project Management
25 Jan 2018 /
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For engineering students, team work implies resorting to numerous soft skills which aim to enhance the project’s technical performance, to improve the results and the collaboration within the group. Project management is at the heart of ESILV’s educational approach. Throughout the five year course, engineering students “learn by doing”. The academic staff members supervising projects […]


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“Push the Limits of Your Creativity”: a Visual Immersion Inside Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s Fab Lab
18 Jan 2018 /
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Student association De Vinci FabLab produced a video presentation of the Fab Lab. Welcome to the place where “making (almost) anything” is possible. In this video, created by Alexis Massol, the engineering student association opens the doors of Pôle Léonard de Vinci’s FabLab. The association is responsible for the material and is in charge of […]


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6 Engineering Student Projects on Blockchain
11 Jan 2018 /
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Art, electronic voting, actuarial work, music… Blockchain is not just about bitcoin. Anywhere there is a transaction, blockchain can bring security. The blockchain technology secures transactions with transparence, through an autonomous peer-to-peer design. Mainly known since the invention of cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin being the most famous of all, this technology is now used in various fields. […]


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Big Data: Enriching Visitor Experiences at World Heritage Sites
04 Jan 2018 /
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The UNESCO Chair Culture, Tourism, Development held its 8th seminar on “Tourism and Information Technology in the Unesco World Heritage Sites”. Gaël Chareyron participated in a round table on Webanalytics and Big Data. Gaël Chareyron is head of the Computer Science, Big Data and Connected Objects major at ESILV. He is also a member of […]


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3 Student Projects Offering New Solutions in Finance
21 Dec 2017 /
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Bitcoin, fintech, high-frequency trading… The Financial Engineering major is always adapting to the latest banking industry trends and evolutions of the job market of this ever-growing sector. Throughout the course, fourth-year engineering students work on group projects submitted by companies. Here are three of them related to finance. A decision-making application for pension fund subscriptions […]


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Urban Mobility: What 2018 Will Bring
13 Dec 2017 /
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Fifth-year engineering students majoring in New Energies visited Autonomy, a trade fair dedicated to urban mobility and its related technologies. This show presented the latest innovations in the sectors of autonomous and electric vehicles, active and shared mobility, and data analytics. What can we expect 2018 to bring in the urban mobility ecosystem? Here are […]


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David Dupuis, Data Scientist Researcher at Kwanko
08 Dec 2017 /
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The research chair KWANKO-EMLV-ESILV aims to contribute to the reinforcement of the predictive power of purchasing models or advertisement impact by analyzing data from social networks and online communities. French company Kwanko is the European leader in multi-channel advertising, with an extensive background in Online Performance Advertising. David Dupuis, an ESILV graduate, is the first […]


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Studying in Sweden: Jönköping University
30 Nov 2017 /
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Have you ever considered studying in Sweden? Rob Day, programme manager for the Master’s degree in software product engineering, presented Jönköping University to ESILV students. Private university Jönköping is a professional-oriented university characterised by an entrepreneurial spirit, a high degree of internationalization and collaboration with businesses and surrounding society. It is one of three Swedish […]


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“Bitcoin Could Lead to a Brave New World” Says Craig Wright
23 Nov 2017 /
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Craig Wright, the Australian entrepreneur who may be the creator of the Bitcoin, addressed ESILV students on the occasion of an exclusive conference on campus. At the heart of the talk, Bitcoin and its “future potential”. Now Chief Scientist of nChain, a company whose objective is to foster a new paradigm around the Bitcoin blockchain, […]


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UC Riverside: Studying Under the Californian Sun
15 Nov 2017 /
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With a hundred partner universities in fourty countries, ESILV student engineers have an abundance of destination choices for their semester abroad or a double diploma agreement. Where to go? The University of California, Riverside (UCR) associate dean Bronwyn Jenkins-Deas presented the Californian college to ESILV students and may have helped a few of them to […]


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Bitcoin is a “New Territory of Freedom” Says nChain’s Chief IP
09 Nov 2017 /
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Jimmy Nguyen, Chief Intellectual Property, Communications and Legal Officer for nChain, the global leader in research and development of blockchain technologies, addressed ESILV students as an introduction to Craig Wright’s conference. Bitcoin and blockchains were at the heart of the talk by the energetic and passionate Californian. Everybody has heard of bitcoin and the mystery […]


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