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With the first micro-grid of the "Grid Power for Sustainability" project, installed at the Drahi - X Novation Center, scientists are testing a new energy management system to control and optimize energy use in buildings.
Two teams of students from l’X ranked respectively 1st and 4th at the prestigious Southwestern Europe Regional Contest (SWERC) 2019-2020 organized by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). The School thus bagged a gold and a silver medal for the first time ever and qualified for the ACM-ICPC world finals in Moscow.
The Department of Economics and the EconophysiX Chair co-organize an international symposium in June 2020 on the theme of economic and financial networks. By bringing together physicists, economists and other network experts, they are using a multidisciplinary approach to advance research in this area.
The figures from the First Job Survey of the Master of Science and Technology (MSc&T) of École Polytechnique point out a majority of job opportunities in companies as employees, doctorate or entrepreneurs.
Two start-ups hosted by the Drahi - X Novation Center are developing smart building management solutions to maximize property performance by improving users’ experience and optimizing energy efficiency.
Maxime Grangereau, alumnus of the X2012 Class and PhD student at École Polytechnique in collaboration with EDF, is recipient of the prestigious 2020 Siebel Scholars award. This international program founded by the Siebel Foundation rewards the most talented students in the fields of Computer Science, Bioengineering, Business and Energy.
Researcher at the Laboratory of Physics of Interfaces and Thin Films, Tatiana Novikova is the winner of the G.G. Stokes Award from the international society of optics and photonics SPIE. This prize rewards her research in optics, in particular the study of the propagation of polarized light through the atmosphere and biological tissues.
In June 2019, École polytechnique made five bold commitents to ensure its teams, students, professors and researchers would be directly exposed to this major challenge for the future. Six months after, outstanding progress has been made in all of these five projects.
On December 17, 2019, the first Biomedical Engineering Symposium brought together researchers from the Plateau de Saclay and medical doctors from several hospitals to discuss their research themes in order to improve patient treatment. Three new projects funded by the Bettencourt-Schueller Foundation were also announced.
First results published in Nature for the Parker Solar Probe which involve the Laboratory of Plasma Physics. By exploring the solar corona, his instruments reveal the tumults that wave the solar wind and thus help to understand it better.
The Carrefour Next Gen RetAIL Chair launches the 2nd edition of its students challenge on the issues related to digital transformation of an industrial group: "Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Challenge". This Hackathon will take place from February 3rd to March 7th, 2020.
The French ministry of the Armed forces is co-publishing an exquisitely illustrated art book giving access to some of the bibliophily treasures of the most renowned historical military libraries of France. École Polytechnique has contributed to this art book thanks to the many precious documents it has housed since its origins, 225 years ago.
École polytechnique paid tribute to the military values at the heart of its mission to serve the Homeland, Science and Glory during a ceremony for the celebration of Sainte Barbe, l'X's holy patroness.
Almost 800 high secondary school pupils mainly from underprivileged backgrounds and rural areas were greeted at École Polytechnique on November 30 for an event organized with Les Entretiens de l’Excellence to promote social diversity and ensure equal opportunity.