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time The end of the engineering school
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okay so welcome you all to raise event
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in this today for us is a very
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important they because provide
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important for us to interact within
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this as you may know yeah well has from
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the federal government three mandates
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to educate the high level to do
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research. And the third Monday Jamaica
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basis is to provide the system help or
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interact within just funky politician.
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So this is a very important the
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components the component that's easiest
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to to be so to speak because a research
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which indicate that that have this
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interactions industry have event like
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the the something that that facilitates
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that one of the ways we you know this
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industry is to the intentions stylish
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of our muscles as every year from from
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EG knowledgeable there's approximately
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three hundred students that the the too
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was started in in in the state. And
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over the years about four hundred
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different companies have been involved
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each year I believe it's a maybe a
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hundred fifty companies that accept our
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studies. So this is very important very
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a critical element for interaction with
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industry because first of all it's
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important experience for the students
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they get to see what they learned here
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how it will be translated to industry
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what will be like to work afterwards as
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an engineer the second for industry to
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evaluate one for students give us
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feedback about how well the integrate
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possibly employed this afterwards if if
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it works out well and there's always a
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laboratory the professor that's up on
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the PFL side that advises or monitors
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the student's progress well it's
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interesting. So often or not always a
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link between a lot in the companies
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established through this stuff. So so
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the people that are invited here the
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people that are that are are involved
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are somehow link or are capitalised by
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this interesting program requirement
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that each of our students spends six
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months in industry. So be young the
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educational benefit for the students
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beyond divide into industrial thing for
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having this young people or work in the
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that it's an important market isn't for
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for us last winter no you may have
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heard you may have heard that in the
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last decade or or or longer. EPFL has
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gone through somewhat of a
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transformation I would like to think
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could prove that the rankings in size
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and impact in the world and so forth.
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And and there is this question whether
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they're in doing so in becoming the on
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the top schools in the world. We hold
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like thing we have given that something
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up in particular our interaction with
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industry and I is not particularly
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engineering school but throughout the
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PFL I believe not at this we must not I
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think our interactions now are more no
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more than ever before. We had domains
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type so the younger people vice
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presidents because this little domains
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start ups and you companies that are at
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the level that were never before so I I
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think it's very it's very but it's very
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important that we keep pushing for the
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interaction remain there. And we keep
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pushing for for this interactions just
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a strong is you may also know this year
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there is for the CTI programme from
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from the government is a big use fusion
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five something an extra sixty an
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additional sixty million and this is in
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terms are more favourable than earlier
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here. So again one of the things we
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might to to be not in this room but
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maybe in the back room is people from
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industry and people from laboratories.
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And I did this myself just just before
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with with very nice didn't one to make
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something about interactions not only
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with Masters at a company to do CTI
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contracts or other types of direction
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so again and re happy to that you're
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here. I I hope you have an enjoyable
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day productive day. And the if you okay
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good and productive day. So I will pass
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next the the word that's translated
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from french to my colleague the the end

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