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On Thursday, 21 May, 2015, about 20 École Polytechnique students visited Google Paris. They had a heavy schedule, including several meetings with alumni, an 18-minute marshmallow challenge and a presentation of the Google Cultural Institute.
A landmark contribution to solve this mystery was done by the Center of Theoretical Physics and the Astrophysics, Interpretation and Modeling Laboratory. The results were published in Nature on 11 June 2015.
Two students from École Polytechnique created Dreem, a headband designed to improve the quality and duration of deep sleep. Hugo Mercier, one of the two founders, tells us about Dreem in "Entrepreneur profiles".
On June 3, the first proton-proton collisions at the unprecedented energy of 13 TeV took place at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This marks the start of season 2 at the LHC, opening the way to new experiments and discoveries, to which the Leprince Ringuet Laboratory contributes.
In the CWTS Leiden Ranking 2015 on the scientific impact of universities, École Polytechnique is ranked 66th worldwide and is the first French institution. L’X gains eleven seats on a national level and more than a hundred on an international level in comparison with last year.
Four students from École Polytechnique went to INSA Lyon from April 24 to 26 for the national round of the European BEST Engineering Competition or EBEC and won the Team Design Challenge. France will thus be represented by l’X in this category at the EBEC Final taking place in Porto in August 2015.
PriceMatch, a French start-up created by two alumni, a leading cloud-based data and analytics solution for hotels, joined The Priceline Group, an American company providing online travel and related services.
Oren Wiezel, Ohad Shpielberg and Tal Goren are Master's and PhD students from the Technion. They came to École Polytechnique to do some research in applied mathematics and theoretical physics for about three months. Interviews with the three students.
L'X and Columbia University are linked through the Alliance program, which facilitates the creation of academic synergies and encourages faculty mobility. Interviews with two professors currently in mobility between École Polytechnique and Columbia University.