Error correction, very high throughput, DNA storage, AI contributions... A team of researchers from the Mathematical & Electrical Engineering (MEE) department at IMT Atlantique is working on the latest advances in coding, which plays a key role in all digital communication systems.
EDITO-Model Lab will prepare the next generation of ocean models, complementary to Copernicus Marine Service to be integrated into the EU public infrastructure of the European Digital Twin Ocean [j1] (EDITO) that will ensure access to required input and validation data (from EMODnet, EuroGOOS, ECMWF, Copernicus Services and Sentinels satellite observations) and to hig
The major objective of the AIDOaRt project is to provide a model-based framework to more efficiently support the continuous software and system engineering of large and complex Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) via AI-augmentation.
From December 8-11, six IMT Atlantique students participated in the GreenHack IT in Munich, a challenge gathering 60 future engineers from the Institut Mines-Télécom and the Technische Universität München (TUM). Two students from IMT Atlantique and their team were among the winners.
As medicine and genetics make increasing use of data science and AI, the question of how to protect this sensitive information is becoming increasingly important to all those involved in health. A team from the LaTIM laboratory is working on these issues, with solutions such as encryption and watermarking.
IMT Atlantique is particularly involved in the national doctoral programme on artificial intelligence led by the Institut Mines-Télécom, called AI@IMT. Out of the first 10 thesis topics selected for 2022, IMT Atlantique is working on 7 in high-stake areas: security, health, the industry of the future, and the data economy.
Sources of uncertainties can be of different nature in climate studies including model approximations from the true climate system, intra and inter model variability, subgrid errors, measurement errors, anthopogeneic forcing trajectories, and so on.
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In conjunction with the GIS BeAChild, the AI-4-Child team is using artificial intelligence to analyze images related to cerebral palsy in children. This could lead to better diagnoses, innovative therapies and progress in patient rehabilitation. But also a real breakthrough in medical imaging.
Industry 4.0, healthcare, autonomous cars, smart grids, etc. use highly communicative (and often embedded) systems in which software offers increasingly advanced functionalities. The increasing complexity of these modern cyber-physical systems throws up many challenges in terms of design, development and analysis, but also during deployment, use and maintenance.