As a founding member of the international Alliance U7+, École Polytechnique organized the final of the alliance’s Student Challenge on June 13-14, 2022. The competition focused on Addressing Sustainable Development Goals through Technology and Pluridisciplinarity.
David Henri and Paul Lascombes, two of the four founders of Exotrail, are among the 300 under 30 selected by the European edition of Forbes magazine for their innovative projects that are transforming various sectors of the economy and innovating in areas of rapid technological change.
Developed within the EuroTeQ Engineering University project, an innovative learning format enters École Polytechnique’s course catalog and brings students, faculty, and industry partners together around concrete environmental challenges.
We had the pleasure to interview the CEO & Founder of the EuroBreath Project: Ouarda Bouziane. Her start-up integrated our X-TECH program this year (2022). She presents herself as a risk-taker and a confident entrepreneur. A unique personality who takes the motto "action" and "learning by doing" to the fullest. She is fearless and faces problems with resilience.
On April 11, 2022, the French Ministry of the Armed Forces and L'X signed a new Contract of Objectives and Performance (COP) that sets the institution's 2022-2026 strategic objectives. L’X will devote the coming period to enhance the impact of its research, stengthen its multi-course training offer and launch the renovation of its buildings.
Today, the Drahi-X-Novation Center offers you an interview with Feng YANG, co-founder and CEO of Invisensing.io, a start-up following our X-TECH program that is working on long-distance sensing based on optical fibers, to collect useful information and integrate it into control and preventive maintenance systems.
Two students (X2021) completed the civil training part of the Ingénieur Polytechnicien program in Yamoussoukro, at the high school Mamie Adjoua, and at Institut National Polytechnique Félix Houphouët-Boigny. To both, the training represented an opportunity to engage as citizens and to discover the teaching profession.
On March 21 and 22, the conference "Aspects of Gravity, Mathematics and Physics" took place. It was organised by the Laurent Schwartz Mathematics Center and the Center for Theoretical Physics for scientists to discuss issues related to gravitation as well as the theory of general relativity and its extensions.
Vincent Worms has been living and investing in Silicon Valley for 30 years. First Managing Partner at Partech International, he created his own seed fund, Tekton Ventures, in 2011. A graduate of the École Polytechnique, Vincent Worms gave us his vision of the "Silicon Valley" in the world and his valuable investment advice.