Making an impact, earning a good salary, using innovative technologies, and unleashing creativity; what’s not to like about a career in engineering? Looking from an eagle viewpoint, we notice that there really aren’t that many careers that offer such a satisfactory feeling and challenge both the brain and the instinct. Just think, a job where […]
It’s hype, it’s novel, it’s exciting, and it might change the world as we know it. 2021 was undoubtedly the year of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and it was also the year where non-fungible-tokens (NFTs), went truly mainstream.
Continuous development and lifelong learning have become the new normal for fresh and professional engineers as their work and diverse specializations revolve around public infrastructure and safety, a sustainable environment, a highly competitive economy, healthcare, and security.
If the past two years have proved anything, it is the importance of rapid adaptability when facing crisis and uncertainty. To prepare for 2022 and what it might hold, companies began accelerating their digital transformation and prioritizing specific technology trends.
Young engineers who freshly graduated from engineering school will do whatever it takes to succeed in today’s quickly evolving industry. Those among them who will kick start their career by learning from people’s experiences and situations will be better able to adapt to whatever changes the industry brings.
Facing a crisis like the pandemic, engineering leadership teams had to rethink their plans and reorient their projects to ensure the safety of all concerned parties: employees and clients, without breaking the bond. Whether newly graduated or working professionals, engineers had some lesson or two to share.
ESILV ranked 4th among 5-years engineering programs in France, the best engineering school in the Paris region according to Le Figaro Etudiant’s 2022 ranking of best French Engineering Schools. Before you can make your mark on the world as an engineer, you need to find the Master’s degree in engineering that can best help you […]
Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli, professors at ESILV engineering school, have had their research into financial modelling and rough volatility published as an article in a highly-regarded web of science applied mathematics journal. Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli are professors in Financial Engineering at ESILV and members of the Finance Group at De Vinci Research […]
It is one thing to discover France through its music, food, and literature, and another through its engineering and architecture. There are many monuments and inventions that have witnessed the extraordinary history of the city, and many constructions testify of its everlasting beauty.
Cybersecurity remains a significant challenge for the global economy. To help companies prevent and manage risks, ESILV engineering students are working on engineering projects aimed at creating tools to enhance cyber protection. Here is a closer look at three fourth-year projects conducted by the Class of 2022. 6 trillion dollars. That’s the estimated cost of […]
We are all familiar with the traditional and typical engineering jobs and career paths you can pursue when you study engineering, but what if we told you that there are some exciting opportunities out there?
What began as an engineering student project turned into a real mobile application. The second-year project, formerly known as EasyTalk , has been dubbed Click & Say, a digital tool that helps children with speech and communication. Céline Carlier, Inès Sabani and Morgane Ragneau are graduates of the ESILV/EMLV joint degree program, class of 2020. […]