Engineering

More than 1,500 young engineers met on 14th annual reunion.

On 15 December the 14th reuniion. ING Engineering organized World Efficiency Conference, welcomed nearly 1,500 students and recent graduates. From nearly 80 schools of engineers and universities, these young people were mobilized and moved the whole France.

During the event, they had the opportunity to interact with recruiters of thirty of these engineering, with young french professionals companies, European… An opportunity for these future graduates looking for an internship or a job.

They were also able to attend the presentation of the award of the engineering of the future, which rewards students from schools or universities to have imagined scientific and technological solutions that meet the challenges of tomorrow.

The winners of the award of the engineering of the future 2015 offer their innovative solutions to deal with climate change.

Prize of engineering the future, created in 2006 by Syntec-Engineering, distinguishes each year projects by students from schools of engineers, universities and CFA. These projects are intended to provide answers to the challenges of tomorrow through scientific and technological solutions.

More than 1,500 young engineers met on 14th annual reunion-1.This year, the price of the engineering of the future was labeled COP 21. The proposed ‘Keys to act against climate change’ theme has the attention of students as nearly 30 teams participated. Two awards were presented on Thursday, 15 October, on the occasion of the 14th meet. ING of engineering, organised in the framework of World Efficiency

Students mobilized to provide innovative and practical solutions to assist companies and local authorities. The jury prize was awarded to Thomas Colombo

Their project “ELECTREE” offers an organizational solution. It relies on electric batteries of individuals who could become a place of storage for the network to smooth consumption of electricity throughout the day.

The energy at the heart of projects

By making more flexible fatal energies, thermal ignition will be avoided and thus the carbon impact on the planet will be reduced. The audience award was awarded to Joseph Ghoul, Johann Ribes and Romain Milville of the Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics (ENTPE) in Lyon for the development of a method of evaluation of the development of district heating networks.