On October 15th, Jean-Michel NICOLLE, Director of EPF Engineering School signed a framework agreement with Amity University during the visit of his Indian counterpart in Troyes. This agreement aims at strengthening the Franco Indian cooperation through teacher and student exchanges, common research work and common publications.
A team made of two students from EPF Engineering School and two students from Télécom Nancy and Télécom SudParis flew off to Singapore to play the final of the Hackathon organized by Singapore Airlines. They were the only French team to be preselected amongst 780 teams from 74 different countries !
New uses, new technologies, new generation. New techniques to transfer knowledge are slowly emerging, in particular in engineering schools with a view to making courses more interactive and accessible to students. Here is a little update on these 2.0 teaching methods.
Since September 2012, EPF Graduate School of Engineering and the Institut 2iE (International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering based in Ouagadougou) have created the CPGE " Engineers in Africa ", a two years intensive undergraduate program preparing for the competitive entrance examinations to French top-level engineering schools.
On June 8, 2018, was held at the University of California, Berkeley, a round table organized by the WITI with more than twenty guests of honor to discuss the promotion of a more inclusive and equitable environment for women in technical fields.