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I3S Laboratory
« Informatique, signaux et systèmes de Sophia Antipolis »
"Computer Science, Signal processing and Systems / Sophia Antipolis"
UMR 7271 – UNS / CNRS
Joint Research Unit between UNS & CNRS
Director: Michel RIVEILL
[email protected]
www.i3s.unice.fr
Research Context
Joint Research Unit between UNS & CNRS
Through joint teams:
Aoste, Coati,
Morpheme, Oasis,
Wimmics
Through a joint team:
Morpheme
Locations: mainly Sophia Antipolis
 Sophia Antipolis: 3 locations
 Nice: Valrose (biologist)
Members
Members
 Faculty
 UNS: ~80
Other non permanent; 17%
 CNRS: ~20
UNS; 34%
 INRIA: ~10
 Engineers
 Permanent: 7
 Short-term:20+ (currently)
 Students (on average)
 PhD Students : 80+
PhD Students; 32%
CNRS; 12%
INRIA; 5%
 PostDocs: ~10
 Total: ~250 people = Permanent: 130 + Non permanent: 120
Budget
UNS
Budget
C NR S
IN R IA
C o n tra c ts
2274
1885
2219
2795
2830
2434
2584
1000
1125
655
675
810
945
2032
2095
2160
2115
2070
1980
2837
2925
3015
3105
3195
3150
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
635
2205
With salaries
3915
2012
3000
1500
2434
2219
2000
Without salaries
2830
2795
2500
2584
2274
1885
1000
500
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
UNS
C NR S
IN R IA
C o n tra c ts
Goals
Goals
 Research
 Especially bringing several partners together (inherent due to the composition of the lab)
 Transfer
 From knowledge transfer to technological transfer
 Teaching
 Based on the research themes of the lab and fed by interactions with transfer partners
 We head several master in computer science, imaging and signal processing
 Animation
 Organization and hosting of international scientific and technical events
 Popularizing science (« Fête de la science » with UNS & local schools)
Scientific Project
Scientific Project
 three priority thematic
 Networks and ubiquitous computing
 Health and Computational Biology
 Modeling, simulation and technologies for Environment and
sustainable development (energy, water, regional planning)
Structure
Structure
 4 Scientific Departments (« Pôles »)
COMRED
COMmunications, Réseaux, systèmes Embarqués et Distribués
R. de Simone
(INRIA)
INRIA
M. Blay-Fornarino
(UNS)
Polytech
M. Rueher
(UNS)
Algorithmes
E. Debreuve
(CNRS)
Algorithmes
+ IBV
Communications, Networks, Embedded and Distributed Systems
GLC
Génie du Logiciel et de la Connaissance
Software and Knowledge Engineering
MDSC
Modèles Discrets pour les Systèmes Complexes
Discrete Models for Complex Systems
SIS
Signal, Images, Systèmes
Signal, Image, Systems
Network & Admin; 7%
COMRED; 27%
SIS; 26%
MDSC; 18%
GLC; 23%
COMRED
Communications, Networks, Embedded and Distributed Systems

Contact: R. de Simone

Teams (I3S/INRIA)

Hosting: INRIA

AOSTE: Models and methods for analysis and optimization of real-time embedded systems

COATI: combinatorics and optimization for telecommunications

OASIS: Active objects, semantic, Internet and security
Research Activities

RA 1: Networks design and communication algorithms

RA 2: Discrete mathematics and graph theory

RA 3: Distributed, parallel and autonomic programming models

RA 4: Middleware and platforms for parallel and distributed computing

RA 5: Computational intensive and largely distributed applications

RA 6: Model-based design of embedded systems
GLC
GLC - Software and Knowledge Engineering
Software and Knowledge Engineering

Contact: M. Blay – Fornarino

Teams

Hosting: Polytech

KEIA: Knowledge extraction, integration and algorithms

MODALIS: Models to usage of large scale infrastructures

RAINBOW: Ubiquitous computing and man-machine interaction

WIMMICS (I3S/INRIA): Web-instrumented man-machine interactions, communities and semantics
Research Activities

RA 1: Middleware for Cloud computing, Ubiquitous systems and networks

RA 2: Software composition

RA 3: Semantic web

RA 4: Security

RA 5: Data mining
MDSC
MDSC - Discrete Models for Complex Systems
Discrete Models for Complex Systems
 Contact: M. Rueher
Hosting: Algorithmes
 Teams
 BioInfo: Bioinformatics
 CeP: Constraint-based program verification
 MC3: Model of computation, complexity and codes
 Research Activities
 RA 1: Complex systems and discrete dynamical systems
 RA 2: Automata, languages, combinatorics and logic
 RA 3: Constraints techniques and applications
 RA 4: Formal methods applied to the dynamics of genetic networks
 RA 5: 3D biological modeling and cellular automata
 RA 6: Bio-inspired complex system
SIS
SIS - Signal, Images, Systems
Signal, Images, Systems

Contact: E. Debreuve

Teams

Signals
Hosting: Algorithmes + iBV
Biomed : Biomedical signal processing
SigNet: Signal processing and networks

Imaging
MediaCoding: Multimedia coding and processing
Morpheme: Morphological properties of biological structures

Robotics
OSCAR: Observers and sensory control of aerial robots
SIM: System identification and modelling

Research Activities

RA 1: High order signal processing

RA 2: Tensors in signal processing

RA 3: Multimedia coding and indexing

RA 4: Nonlinear control and observers for drones

RA 5: Localization and mapping for autonomous systems
Local andLocal
National
Positioning
and National
Positioning
 Participation to national research networks
 30 ongoing ANR-funded projects
 Collaborations with local branches of (worldwide) companies
 Amadeus, Autodesk, Orange Labs, Thalès, TI, Google
 Collaborations with small and medium-sized enterprises
 Participation to several clusters « pôles de compétitivité »
 French initiative to bring together companies and public research to leverage
industrial R&D
 Past 5 years: 20+ software applications submitted to the APP
agency (« Agence pour la Protection des Programmes »)
International
Positioning
International
Positioning
 Participation to international research networks
 10 ongoing EU-funded projects
 Contributions to standards
 ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute
 OMG: Object Management Group (Cloud computing, Embeded
systems)
 W3C: Web languages and protocol
 50+ academic collaborations
 Europe, USA, Brasil, Asia (China, Vietnam), Russia, Israel, Tunisia
 Past 5 years: 15+ patents submitted
Highlights
Highlights
 National
 2 senior members of the « Institut Universitaire de France »
 Member of the LABEX [email protected]
 International
 3 IEEE Fellows
 Individual Technical Achievement Award from the European
Association for Signal Processing
 Rufus Isaacs' Award from the International Society on Dynamic Games
 Prize for Innovation in Distributed Computing awarded by the
Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity
(SIROCCO)
 Prize of the magazine « La Recherche », category « Human Health »
Startup Creation
& Support
Startup Creation
& Support
 Participation to 3 startup creations since 2006
 ActiveEon: Parallel computing solutions for multi-core computers,
clusters and grids
 SimplySim (OPTIS Group): Real time virtual reality for visualization,
simulation and training
 VU Log: Software and services for urban mobility
 Support of projects in startup incubator program
 Bewave: Sensor network management for energy saving in smart
buildings
 MovingPlayer: Design studio for massively multiplayer games on
mobile platforms
 FranceLab: Data mining
Master Programs
Master Programs
• Lab members (UNS, CNRS, INRIA) involved in
programs of
• Electronic Department
• Computer science Department
• Applied mathematics and modeling Department
Thank you for your attention

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