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A study conducted by students from Ecole Polytechnique, scientists from the Hydrodynamics Laboratory and Dassault Systèmes, and doctors from Bichat-Claude Bernard Hospital simulates the airborne spread of pathogens in an intensive care unit room. The aim is to reduce contamination risks for the medical staff.
The improvement of natural language processing algorithms is the core of the work of Alice Martin, a young researcher working on her thesis within the "Next Gen RetAIl" Chair. In order to make them more accurate and richer, she is developing specific neural networks so that they incorporate a degree of uncertainty into their operation.
What impacts do rare climate events have? This was the topic of the round table supported by the " Stress Test " Chair at RESIM 2021. While banking risks due to climate change are now included in the regulations, their impact on people and the environment must be taken into account.
The finiteness of resources is a difficult problem to grasp, especially for fishing, for which few models exist. José Moran, Antoine Fosset, Alan Kirman and Michael Benzaquen, holder of the EconophysiX Chair, have established a model of fishing dynamics based on a model of ants that integrates interactions between fishermen.
Created to bring scientists and artists together, the first biennial summer school of the arts & science Chair, called "Useful fictions", has given rise to various research-creation projects, for example on cosmic dust and biomimetic inspired objects. The next edition will take place from 4 to 11 July 2021 in Poitiers.
On May 19th, members of the Leprince-Ringuet and OMEGA laboratories received a delegation from the CNRS National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This day was also an opportunity to recall their common history in the quest to understand the Universe.
The 2021 First Employment Survey, carried out among the X2014, confirms the School’s performance in terms of the employability of its students most of whom are recruited before the end of their studies.
Josselin Garnier, a researcher at the Centre for Applied Mathematics, has been awarded the Grand Prix Scientifique 2021 by the Simone and Cino Del Duca Foundation for his work on wave scattering, as proposed by the French Academy of Sciences.
The Deans of four higher education institutions in the US and France came together on May 26 to address how higher education can best prepare new generations for tomorrow’s professional world.The American Chamber of Commerce in France (AmCham), organized the round table discussion in virtual format.
A recent study aims to understand and control the speed of water drops on a hydrophobic surface. The Hydrodynamics Laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique and the laboratoire Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes are involved.
Available on the Coursera online training platform, this innovative program designed by academics from École Polytechnique and Télécom Paris comprises four courses and will enable participants to master the new rules of business and entrepreneurship in the digital world.
An international collaboration has succeeded in doubling the frequency of extreme ultraviolet light, thus producing radiation with a wavelength of about ten nanometres. The experiment was carried out at the Applied Optics Laboratory.