You may have noticed in recent days subtle changes in the ergonomics and aesthetics of my site devoted to my lectures on art and history in the 19th century. Typography, mobile responsiveness, messaging, and other features are being improved.
None of this would have been possible without the contribution of my communication students from the École Polytechnique Universitaire de Nice.
The audit of this site was carried out by their teams as part of an educational project sanctioned by an oral defense evaluated by a jury. We were very pleasantly surprised by the quality of their presentations, both in terms of form and substance, and their ratings reflect this appreciation.
So, to all of them, I want to say a big thank you! They have incredible potential and great creativity. I am proud to have accompanied them during this first semester!
Edgar, Samuel, Arnaud, Julian, Amir, Louis, Elias, Krysto, Timothée, Clément, Swann, Thi Thanh Tu, Loic, Saif Eddine, Laura, Chloé, Brahim, Evan, Ivan, Appoorva Srinivas, Yael,
Julien, Julien, Julien (Yes, I had 3 of them), Benjamin, Tarik, Saad, Jamal Eddine, Wassim, Ziad, Aubin, Guillaume, Théo, Lorenzo, Komi Jean-Paul, Adjo Emmanuelle, Dassou Ablam Kaleb, Nicolas, Romain, Skander
Lucie, Leo, Julien, Loïc, Loris, Arnaud, Fabien, Tristan, Amandine, Marcus, Marco, Romain
Dorian, Thomas, Eloi, Mohammed, Simon, Quentin, Marc, Arthur
Polytech Nice Sophia is the polytechnic engineering school of Université Côte d'Azur. It is a public school of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. It is part of the group of state polytechnic engineering schools within the Polytech network. Authorized by the commission of engineering titles (CTI) and certified ISO9001 v2015, it is at the center of a synergy between Education - Research - Business. It is located on the SophiaTech campus in the heart of the Sophia-Antipolis technology park.
In his art history lectures, Fabrice Roy combines the past with the present, in a poetic and playful evocation of the French 19th century...