Information Technology for Autonomous Systems in Cooperation

TIS covers the software and information processing aspects of autonomous technological systems which interact with each other.
In order to design, study and implement such complex systems, students will become familiar with the system-based approach and will get a strong background in information and systems technologies, particularly in:

  •   Distributed systems and wireless networks,
  •   Optimization and operational research,
  •   Safety, reliability, supervision and monitoring,
  •   Data analysis and machine learning,
  •   Dynamic systems control, robot navigation,
  •   Data fusion, state observation, robot perception and vision.

Professor in charge: Philippe Bonnifait

Biomechanics and bioengineering

BMI considers health technologies from a system point of view, and based on multi-scales and multi-physical problem resolution approaches.
The specialty has the following main subjects of study:

  •   Living systems modelling,
  •   Micro/nano-biosystems,
  •   Weakly structured data processing and knowledge extraction,
  •   Physical reality and complexity management,
  •   Fluid mechanics and turbulence,
  •   Multi-scale and multi-physical analysis and inverse problems,
  •   Biomechanics, biomaterials and human tissue engineering.

Professor in charge: Karim El Kirat

Mechatronic systems and advanced mechanics

The objective of SMA is to educate students in the field of mechanical engineering, focusing on material characterization and design, mechanical structures modelling and mechatronic systems modelling.
In order to design, study and implement such systems, student will get a strong background in mechanical engineering and technological mechatronics, particularly in:

  • Digital modelling and simulation,
  • Multi-disciplinary optimization,
  • Robust design,
  • System engineering and integration,
  • Compact transducers and actuators.

Professor in charge: Christine Prelle