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Press Releases

Press Releases

  • École Polytechnique, also known as l’X, unveils two movies designed to increase its international recruitement in its various programs. The first movie aims at raising students-to-be interest while the second one, in cartoon form, presents École Polytechnique curricula and its academic environnement.
  • On March, 9th 2017, Fujitsu announced the creation of a Center of Excel-lence (CoE) in École Polytechnique dedicated to artificial intelligence. Fujitsu teams will collaborate with École Polytechnique research center and start-ups, hosted in its incubator, the Drahi-X Novation Center. This initiative takes place within Fujitsu five-year investment of over 50 million euros to support digital innovation in France.
  • A newly proposed experiment promises to create a “tabletop” black hole that could prove whether information is truly lost when black holes evaporate. The idea that information could be lost this way has created a paradox in our current understanding of basic physics.
  • Yanlei Diao, professor at École Polytechnique and Télécom ParisTech, and member of Inria Saclay – Île-de-France research centre’s team Cedar, has been honoured with a 2016 ERC Consolidator Grant. This European grant rewards the scientific excellence of the researcher and her project, as well as her innovative vision in terms of "acceleration and optimisation of analytical computing for big data". It is the first distinction to concern a researcher who holds an excellence chair funded by the Université Paris-Saclay.
  • On Monday, October 24, Philippe Khuong-Huu, Friends of Ecole Polytechnique President, Jean-Bernard Lartigue, École Polytechnique Foundation Executive Director, and Jacques Biot, École Polytechnique President, inaugurated the Academic and Research Chair « Analytics and Models for Regulation » in New-York City.

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