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Highlights

  • Students from l’X trained for job interviews
    Four times a year École Polytechnique students and PhD candidates have the opportunity to participate in job interview simulation workshops. These sessions, moderated by École Polytechnique’s partner companies, aim to guide students in their professional projects and to give them a clear vision of the positions represented in companies.
  • L’X and Nestlé invent the bubbles of the future based on microfluidics
    A team of researchers from the Hydrodynamic Laboratory (École Polytechnique / CNRS) and from the Nestlé Group have been working together for several months as part of a research contract. The results of their work on the stability of bubbles were published in the journal Physical Review X.
  • Thanks to the Previnergy program, École Polytechnique Dynamic Meteorology Laboratory will conduct research to improve software used to forecast the production of electricity from solar energy. This research will be funded by EDF customers via the offer that has just been launched by the group.
  • Two École Polytechnique students were selected to spend a week in Japan thanks to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Federation for Intercultural Learning and AFS Japan, in coordination with the Japanese Embassy in France.
  • Students from l’X discovering NYC’s entrepreneurship environment
    From December 5 to 14, twelve students from the Cabinet Start-Up, École Polytechnique's student organization dedicated to entrepreneurship, took a trip to New York City, where they were greeted at Columbia University by students from the Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs (CORE).

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