Presentation of the laboratory
IMS offers a unique scientific positioning in systems engineering: the integration of hardware, intelligence and knowledge in communicating and human centered systems. IMS scientific priorities are:
- modeling and shaping materials for components and microsystems design
- modeling, design, implementation and reliability analysis of components, circuits and electorinc assemblies
- identification, automated control, systems diagnosis, signal and image processing
- production engineering, cognitics and human engineering, bioelectronics
IMS supports fundamental research as well as project-based interdisciplinary research. More than one hundred research grants are currently runnning in IMS, targeting domains such as transportation, telecommunications, health, environment and energy.