Big data engineer jobs are expanding at a rapid rate in many industries, and the growing field doesn’t leave much room for engineering schools to overlook that growth and not take it into consideration as they develop their programs.
Though there are hundreds and thousands of articles related to productivity tips, web glossary lists, and creativity techniques that promise to help students learn and work better, the whole purpose of this article is quite the opposite.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when the words “Internet of Things” pop up? It’s probably “e-commerce”, “smart phones”, “smart homes”, “big data”, “cloud”, etc… but there’s more to it than meets the eyes; and IoT has been transforming all forms of interaction and work process, one industry at a time.
Take a look at the shapes of this futurist automotive! Don’t you imagine the most beautiful models imagined by Elon Musk? E-PULV Vision X, a monocoque electric vehicle, will be ready for the Shell Eco-marathon France and Europe in 2021. By making this bet: to enter the Top 10 of the continental competition. The student […]
Job fairs are a great opportuniy for internship or job seeking engineering students and making the right first impression is what matters most in a busy job fair. Regardless of which type of student personalities they can relate to, whether they are leaders, team players, bold, or shy; these next tips will make them memorable […]
Big data is no longer restricted to massive enterprises. Small businesses and particularly SMEs are discovering how it can increase the company’s success. If equipped with useful information, small businesses can also benefit from it to market to consumers, just like big companies do.
The technology industry continues to create and offer exciting opportunities, but being a tech leader of this era comes with many challenges. As users are becoming more conscious of big issues such as privacy and consumer ethics, their overall expectations are increasing when it comes to technology-based products and services. If tech leaders are centralizing […]
The first edition of the 2019 France Robotics Pre-Cup at Pole Léonard de Vinci! A training session organized by the DaVinciBot association before the French Robotics Cup which will take place from May 30th till June 1st in La-Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée. Six engineering schools faced off, including ESILV: ENSIM, INSA, ESEO, EPITA, and IN’TECH. Each team […]
The financial sector is one of the leading private employers in France. With more than 700,000 employees, it offers positions with various profiles: financial analyst, financial engineer, financial market consultant, quantitative analyst… Finance is an industry in its own right, with complex products and processes. The world of finance needs to evolve and innovate rapidly […]
Engineering in the 21st century has undoubtedly witnessed some of the best technological innovations. Many of them made their mark on the world in just a short amount of time, so it is only fair to take a couple of minutes and remember 5 incredible engineering breakthroughs of the century.
Twizy Contest is a competition on the theme of tomorrow’s mobility. The ESILV ParkPing team finished finalist and climbed onto the podium. The jury also awarded the team The Best Pitch Award. Everyone knows the Twizy, this little Renault electric car for two passengers. Groupe Renault and Segula Technologies have joined their forces to launch […]
Creating the perfect team of engineers is very critical for the success or failure of any project. With different types of positions and personalities working on an uncountable number of different tasks, it would be interesting to discover the different engineer profiles we can spot in every team, and the skills of each one of […]