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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

direction@i3s.unice.fr

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


Sophia
Antipolis
: 3
locations








Nice:
Valrose

(biologist)


Locations:
mainly Sophia
Antipolis


Faculty


UNS:

~80


CNRS: ~20


INRIA: ~10


Engineers


Permanent: 7


Short
-
term:20+ (
currently
)


Students

(on
average
)


PhD

Students

: 80+


PostDocs
: ~10


Total: ~250 people = Permanent: 130 + Non permanent: 120

Members




UNS; 34%
CNRS; 12%
INRIA; 5%
PhD Students; 32%
Other non permanent; 17%
Members

Budget

2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2837
2925
3015
3105
3195
3150
3915
2032
2095
2160
2115
2070
1980
2205
635
655
675
810
945
1000
1125
1885
2219
2795
2434
2584
2830
2274
UNS
CNRS
INRIA
Contracts
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
1885
2219
2795
2434
2584
2830
2274
UNS
CNRS
INRIA
Contracts
With salaries

Without salaries

Budget

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


COMRED

COM
munications,
R
éseaux, systèmes
E
mbarqués et
D
istribués

Communications, Networks, Embedded and Distributed Systems

R. de Simone

(INRIA)

INRIA

GLC

G
énie du
L
ogiciel et de la
C
onnaissance

Software and Knowledge Engineering

M. Blay
-
Fornarino

(UNS)

Polytech

MDSC

M
odèles
D
iscrets pour les
S
ystèmes
C
omplexes

Discrete Models for Complex Systems

M. Rueher

(UNS)

Algorithmes

SIS

S
ignal,
I
mages,
S
ystèmes

Signal, Image, Systems

E. Debreuve

(CNRS)

Algorithmes

+ IBV

COMRED; 27%
GLC; 23%
MDSC; 18%
SIS; 26%
Network & Admin; 7%
Structure


4
Scientific

Departments



Pôles

»)


COMRED

Communications, Networks, Embedded and
Distributed

Systems


Contact: R. de Simone










Hosting
: INRIA


Teams (I3S/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

-

Software and Knowledge Engineering


GLC

Software and Knowledge Engineering


Contact: M.
Blay



Fornarino








Hosting
:
Polytech


Teams


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

-

Discrete Models for Complex Systems


MDSC

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

-

Signal, Images, Systems


SIS

Signal, Images, Systems


Contact: E.
Debreuve







Hosting
: Algorithmes +
iBV


Teams


Signals


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 and National Positioning

Local 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 UCN@SOPHIA


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


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