Laboratory for the Integration from Material to System

The IMS (Integration from Material to System) laboratory was established in 2007 through the merger of three research units: IXL, PIOM, and LAPS. The laboratory combines fundamental research, engineering, and technology, with a focus on an integrative system approach in the field of Information Technologies. IMS is a joint research unit of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), the University of Bordeaux, and Bordeaux INP. Within CNRS, IMS is affiliated with the Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS) and the Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies (INS2I).

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A renowned and recognized research laboratory

IMS Bordeaux is a renowned research laboratory that has gained recognition both nationally and internationally. The laboratory focuses on ten research themes including bioelectronics, cognitics, productics, signal and image, automatic, conception, reliability, nanoelectronics, waves, and organic. The laboratory emphasizes research where all the themes are interconnected.
The laboratory is at the forefront of technology, and its strong industrial partnerships enable IMS Bordeaux to be a major player in research in France.


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Thesis defense of Sébastien SADLO - November 30th, 2023

24 Nov 2023
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Thesis defense of Mor DIOP - December 11th, 2023

23 Nov 2023
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Thesis defense of Denis FLORES - November 28th, 2023

22 Nov 2023
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Thesis defense of Leonardo Heitich Brendler - December 15th, 2023

21 Nov 2023
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The laboratory' research themes

The laboratory's interdisciplinary approach and interconnected research themes ensure that it remains at the forefront of technological innovation.

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IMS consists of 10 research groups, with each group coordinating research in its respective field and overseeing 2 or 3 thematic teams. In addition to its research groups, IMS also provides access to technological platforms and equipment that are available to both its own researchers and external research services.

Data is now being generated at the edge rather than in the large-scale data centers that form the cloud.
Digital sovereignty
With the deployment of large numbers of sensors and smart devices to form the edge of the Internet of Things to the scale of 50 billions and rising, data is now being generated at the edge rather than in the large-scale data centers that form the cloud. In this context, digital sovereignty refers to the ability to have control over our own digital destiny – the data, hardware and software that you rely on and create.
Resources are constrained, most importantly in terms of energy.
Energy sobriety
Resources are constrained, most importantly in terms of energy. Hardware is critical at this level and there is a clear need to explore the suitability of breakthrough emerging technologies to meet the energy-efficiency. From material and up to system level, this could also be achieved by adopting an holistic approach taking also into account the performance and compactness requirements.
The goal of environmental sustainability is to conserve natural resources and to develop alternate sources of power.
Ecological sustainability
The goal of environmental sustainability is to conserve natural resources and to develop alternate sources of power while reducing pollution and harm to the environment. In that way, research’s, from material up to system can be achieved to measure and track sustainability progress, optimize the use of resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and make possible a more circular economy. Also, digital technologies also enable innovation and collaboration.


Action Transverse Emergente d’Enjeu Sociétal

The ACTES, "Action Transverse Emergente d’Enjeu Sociétal", i.e. an emerging transverse action of societal challenge in english represent innovative research’s featuring collaborative works involving at least two IMS research groups. The ACTES are targeting societal issues among which the digital sovereignty, the energy sobriety and the ecological sustainability. The "ACTES" are meant to be driven at the cutting edge of the research groups knowledge leveraging their complementarity within the unique IMS lab value chain, from material to system.

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The IMS (Intégration du Matériau au Système) laboratory is a CNRS Joint Research Unit developing its activities in the field of systems science and engineering, at the convergence between information and communication sciences and technologies on the one hand and engineering sciences on the other.

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Cross platform
The IMS laboratory maintains its technological resources include both materials and human resources in fields such as analysis, assembly techniques, mechanical engineering, and accelerated aging.

Thematic equipment Teacher-researchers and researchers from the laboratory rely on shared infrastructures in experimental platforms to carry out their research.



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An important and solid industrial and institutional collaboration

The IMS Bordeaux research laboratory relies on a multitude of national and international collaborations to successfully carry out its research projects. Here are three key aspects of these partnerships :

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  • Collaborations with academic institutions
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An important and solid industrial and institutional collaboration

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A 3.2 GHz Injection-Locked Ring Oscillator-Based Phase-Locked-Loop for Clock Recovery Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04027855 A Block-based LMS using the Walsh Transform for Digital Predistortion of Power Amplifiers Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04166712 Polygranular image guided atomistic reconstruction: A parametric model of pyrocarbon nanostructure Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04249516 Polymer Microtip-Based Fabry–Perot Interferometer for Water Content Determination in the Gas and Liquid Phase Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04261409 Noise spectroscopy study of methylammonium lead tribromide single-crystal detectors: gamma spectroscopy applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03722748 Overview of grapevine trunk diseases in France in the 2000s Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-00948478 Stability of the threshold voltage in fluorine-implanted normally-off AlN/GaN HEMTs co-integrated with commercial normally-on GaN HEMT technology Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03539673 Pattern Recognition in Cyclic and Discrete Skills Performance from Inertial Measurement Units Lien HAL : https://normandie-univ.hal.science/hal-02096541 Improved stability of organic electrochemical transistor performance with a low swelling mixed conducting polymer: a comparative study with PEDOT:PSS Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04236284 Strategies for Characterization and Parameter Extraction of Vertical Junction-Less Nanowire FETs Dedicated to Design Technology Co-Optimization Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04230924 In vitro exposure of neuronal networks to the 5G-3.5 GHz signal Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04284504 Terahertz Nondestructive Testing with Ultra-Wideband FMCW Radar Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03930018 Terahertz diffractive imaging with saturated data inpainting Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04264848 Tunable ultra-fast infrared generation in a gas-filled hollow core capillary by a four-wave mixing process: erratum Lien HAL : https://cnrs.hal.science/hal-04309771 System identification of MISO fractional systems: Parameter and differentiation order estimation Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03722681 A Comprehensive Review on Energy Management Strategies for Electric Vehicles Considering Degradation Using Aging Models Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04087535 Millimeter-Wave Pulsed Heating in Vitro: Effect of Pulse Duration Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04009668 Demand response business model canvas: A tool for flexibility creation in the electricity markets Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03015482 Ku Band SiGe Power Amplifier With High Output Power and SWR Robustness Up to 120°C Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04119191 A Zonotopic-Based Watermarking Design to Detect Replay Attacks Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04027948 Comparative performance analysis of photo-supercapacitor based on silicon, dye-sensitized and perovskite solar cells: Towards indoor applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04028159 Les opérations d’influence psychologiques russes et la Maskirovka comme état d’esprit Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04153064 Truncation of fractional derivative for online system identification Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04048657 An expertized grapevine disease image database including five grape varieties focused on Flavescence dorée and its confounding diseases, biotic and abiotic stresses Lien HAL : https://hal.inrae.fr/hal-04133609

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Multi-scale electro-thermo-mechanical simulation of a SiC MOSFET transitor during short-circuit Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04263298 Optimal CRONE control of the intake manifold pressure of a spark ignition internal combustion engine Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04163207 From real-time single to multicompartmental Hodgkin-Huxley neurons on FPGA for bio-hybrid systems Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04109839 Adaptive Task Sharing in Collaboarative Robotics Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04133473 Baseband TIA Design Using Inversion Coefficient MOSFET Model in CMOS 28nm Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04118703 Le recueil de données des plateformes d’enseignement pour l’étude de la persévérance dans l’enseignement à distance au second degré Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04248176 Recent Advances on Qualification and Reliability of Cu/SiO2 to Cu/SiO2 Hybrid Bonds for 3D ICs Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04166906 Using X-ray imaging for the study of crack development in solder reliability testing Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04273250 Life Cycle Assessment in an Ecodesign Process: A Pedagogical Case Study Lien HAL : https://hal.utc.fr/hal-04280568 Assessing the impact of cognitive biases in AI project development Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04007898 Cognitive Warfare and C2 (Command and Control) Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04189572 Transient Modelling and Simulation for Optimal Future Management of a District Heating Network. Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04145162 A MCU-robust Interleaved Data/Detection SRAM for Space Environments Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04118401 Study of an Avalanche Compensation Mirror for SiGe High Performance Power Amplifiers dedicated to 5G applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04225834 Emerging Tandem Solar Cells for Terrestrial Applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03887207 Improvement of navigation unit in space applications using H∞ interval observers: comparison of two approaches Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04247950 Médiation des savoirs dans les FabLabs Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04251401 Analyse du niveau d’efficacité d’un ”algorithme d’affectation” de Parcoursup dans une filière en tension au regard de la réussite académique : l’exemple de la Licence STAPS de Bordeaux Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04307917 A new dynamical attractive and repulsive fractional potential for UAV in 3D dynamical environment Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-03936293 Performance of Differential Chirp Spread Spectrum in Underwater Acoustic Channel Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04053983 Ultra Low Power 32-bit Microcontroller With Minimal Instruction Set for Internet of Things Applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04118403 A Low-Cost Bench for Training Students in Power Amplifier and Digital Predistortion Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04118411 High-Performance Gallager-E Decoders for Hard Input LDPC Decoding on Multi-core Devices Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04103371 A compact bidirectional reconfigurable 2nd-order low-pass filter for 5G FR2 applications Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04142776 Apprendre autrement : les FabLabs à/et l'école Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04073588 Early Detection of Oscillatory Failure Case for Fault-Tolerant Flight Control System Lien HAL : https://hal.science/hal-04024017
Résumé en français

Le laboratoire de l’Intégration du Matériau au Système a été créé le 1er janvier 2007, par la fusion de trois unités de recherche bordelaises, avec une stratégie scientifique commune de développement principalement centrée dans le domaine des Sciences et de l’Ingénierie des Systèmes, à la convergence des Sciences et Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication , et des Sciences pour l’Ingénieur .

Le laboratoire est rattaché à trois tutelles, le CNRS, l’Université de Bordeaux et Bordeaux Aquitaine INP.

Au CNRS, l’UMR5218 est rattachée en principal à l’Institut des Sciences de l’Ingénierie et des Systèmes et en secondaire à l’Institut des Sciences de l’Information et de leurs Interactions .

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