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 […]
Everyone knows that that cloud computing is an unstoppable trend in the IT industry. However, that is no longer the case, because it’s no longer just a trend: it’s not going away any time soon. That’s a reality! So how did exactly cloud computing become crucial to the growth of societies? Cloud Computing Encourages Innovation […]
The student automotive association of the Pôle Léonard de Vinci, Vinci Eco Drive organised its own exhibition stall at the Village of Sciences hosted by La Cité des sciences et de l’industrie located in Parc de la Villette in Paris (4 to 6 October 2019). ESILV’s engineering students presented their latest prototype of energy-efficient vehicle […]
Passer un bon moment le temps d’un trajet en métro, tout en se tenant au courant des dernières news du monde de la finance et de l’actualité économique, c’est 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 […]
Robots were once perceived as a threat to people’s jobs, or even just a tool used in the heavy industry sector, but in this digital era, SMEs are starting to make use of them as well. While some people argue that robots are replacing humans, SMEs are benefiting from the support of this technology to […]
On 3 October, two students named Houssameddine Ghorab et Thomas Broun stood out above their competitors from 6 other grandes ecoles in the first edition of Investir Day (Investing Day) . After a competitive analysis of all finalists, the judges selected from a pool of directors of France’s biggest industrial companies (Airbus, Air Liquide, l’Oréal, […]
An innovating spirit and a futuristic vision are the core of all the latest and upcoming emerging technologies in engineering . Foreseeing how the industries of tomorrow will perform is changing the way engineers are developing products, improving services, and supporting human resources.
IBM hosted a half-day session which presented to ESILV students the latest digital innovations and industry news and trends. On 26th September, a meeting was held at the IBM Client Center Paris in Bois-Colombes between 5th year students in Computer Science, Big Data and Connected Objects and IBM experts. What was on the agenda ? […]
Most students believe in the idea that procrastination gives a sense of pressure and that the adrenaline rush will give a boost of ideas and last-time efficiency, but this can also create a habit of procrastination that first year students can’t afford to gain.
About ten students majoring in New Energies took part in the jury of Green Solutions Awards 2019, organised by Construction21, a social media tool and platform dedicated to improving sustainable building. The Green Solutions Awards is a national and international contest for sustainable city solutions and actors. This competition is free of charge and embodies […]
Studying engineering abroad has big implications for how the rest of a career path unfolds. From gaining international perspective to working with various types of innovators, to working hard and making recruiters take notice, the best engineering schools not only benefit students on a personal, but professional level as well.
The best engineering schools focus on good teaching, are known for their accomplished faculty members and diverse programmes, along with a vibrant and modern campus life.