2020 arrived and brought with it the many ways technology is changing how we think about IT in healthcare. The current developments in technology in the area of e-health and m-health are also increasing benefits for both practitioners and the patients.
The last event of the Oracle Hackathon Programme took place on January 31. The Hackathon “Territoires d’Industries” brought together over 120 outstanding students from 4 French universities: IESEG, ESILV, Epitech and 42. In the final round, four teams among the five selected to make their pitches at the Palais du Luxembourg were from ESILV Graduate […]
With a lot of technology being deployed, the world is becoming intensely interconnected and the role of engineers has never been more crucial to guarantee that the social, cultural, political, and economic forces will be used wisely to support the innovation that comes with it.
Starting from December 2019, a new course on additive manufacturing technologies is given to students majoring in Modeling and Numerical Mechanics and Industry 4.0. The course provides theoretical and practical opportunities for engineering students to practise a key technology for the industry of the future. Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is the process […]
Zooming in on the fast pace of digitization in all industries, the transformations many companies are implementing to their strategies have become more obvious, all for the purpose of surviving and thriving in Industry 4.0.
Protecting the world’s ecosystem and cultural heritage should no longer be ink on paper. Building sustainable cities is not a scene in a sci-fi action movie, but rather a reality that needs to be addressed.
ESILV’s Early Bird offer seeks to award international students who apply now to the ESILV Master’s and Bachelor’s programmes in Engineering for September 2020 entry. The Early Bird Discount is a waiver of 20% of the tuition fee for the 2020-21 academic year at ESILV. Admitted Non-French engineering students who complete their registration for ESILV’s […]
No one saw this coming: all the things that biotechnology has accomplished and reached in just a matter of time. And we are just beginning to comprehend and recognize the endless opportunities it’s been creating.
In a recent research paper entitled “ON PROFITABILITY OF NAKAMOTO DOUBLE SPEND“, using new mathematical proofs that he developed, Cyril Grunspan, Director of the Financial Engineering Programme at ESILV Graduate School of Engineering, demonstrates that the bitcoin’s network security is robust enough to require only 1 or 2 confirmations for average transactions. This hypothesis may […]
Some people refer to it as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, others as digital transformation, and the vast majority as Industry 4.0. Regardless of its connotation, it’s obviously transforming production lines, supply chains, team divisions and tasks, and altering the manufacturing workplace of tomorrow.
DeafLearning, a project developed by ESILV engineering students, won first place in the category of Data Science at the Bayer Digital Campus Challenge held at Bayer headquarters, in Leverkusen Germany, between famous neighbours Dusseldorf and Cologne. ESILV’s team finished second place out of 832 participants from 74 countries and 320 projects featuring four categories: Cloud […]
While the range of difficulty and complexity varies between projects; at the core, there are questions engineering students and even professional engineers should ask to help get any project off to a good start.