Published on 06.30.2023
Type : Article

How can we monitor underground water tables? How can they be protected from various sources of pollution? What warning systems should be put in place? These questions are the subject of a major European research project: NINFA.

Published on 06.05.2023
Type : Article

The MODELIS research team at IMT Atlantique's Automation, Production Engineering and Computer Science department (LS2N) is working to optimize the operation of complex systems, such as goods flows, transport networks and production chains.

Type : Projet de recherche

The HOPES project funded by the ANR 2021 with 270 KE is led by a young researcher RESTREPO RUIZ Maria-Isabel on the planning of work schedules and employee rounds over a multi-period horizon for home-based services.

Type : Projet de recherche

"Intelligent" video surveillance, facial recognition, predictive mapping, etc. are all devices that renew police action. They are supposed to build “safe cities” / “safe cities” thanks to the contributions of artificial intelligence (AI). Three main questions articulate the research:

Type : Projet de recherche

SLICES is a unique initiative in the digital sciences. It aims to provide a large-scale scientific instrument to support research activities addressing issues around the design and management of digital infrastructures. SLICES entered the ESFRI roadmap at the end of 2021, successfully moving from the design phase to the preparation phase.

Type : Projet de recherche

The project aims to develop cost-effective groundwater monitoring strategies, pollution prevention and abatement technologies, and an early warning system.

Type : Projet de recherche

Gathering 31 partners from 10 different countries, DECARBOMILE aims to trigger an unprecedented improvement of the green last mile logistics in Europe. To reach that goal, DECARBOMILE relies on a strong experience of decarbonating urban logistics through European initiatives such as CIVITAS.

Published on 01.04.2022
Type : Article

As part of the European MySmartLife project dedicated to "smart" cities, a multidisciplinary team from IMT Atlantique is looking at heating networks. The aim is twofold: to model and optimize the network in downtown Nantes, and to offer operators a decision-making tool that accounts for multiple stakeholders. An original approach in more ways than one.

Published on 09.10.2021
Type : Article

The FloWAT project, which stands for "Floating treatment Wetland for Agri-food effluent tertiary Treatment", aims to reduce polluting emissions from pre-treated wastewater discharge from the agri-food sector by integrating a floating wetland into existing lagoon systems to act as an additional physical and biological filter.

Published on 04.02.2019
Type : Article

Combining digital technology  and energy to make the management of a heating network as close as possible to the aspirations and constraints of users(local authorities, network managers and subscribers) is possible now with the decision support platform currently being developed by a team of five researchers from IMT Atlantic as part of the Euro