Our 3 Research Teams

Introduction to the LCIS Teams and their research

 

The research activities conducted at LCIS are primarily focused on embedded and communicating systems. The themes addressed include specification, modeling, design, communication, safety, security, and diagnostics of these systems. Within these various themes, the laboratory proposes new methods and models and develops tools that impact industrial applications.

The laboratory consists of more than 60 researchers: 26 teacher-researchers from Grenoble INP-Esisar and the IUT of Valence, 20 to 30 doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, and research collaborators. The research conducted is associated with two research clusters at the University of Grenoble Alpes: the MSTIC cluster (Mathematics, Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies) and the PEM cluster (Physics, Engineering, and Materials).

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The Laboratory for Design and Integration of Systems (LCIS) was founded in 1996. Hosted by Grenoble INP-UGA on the UGA Valence campus, it is located in the same buildings as the National School of Advanced Systems and Networks (Grenoble INP – Esisar). LCIS is a Hosting Team of the University of Grenoble Alpes associated with Grenoble-INP.

 

Multidisciplinary and International research

Our researchers regularly publish their work in international conferences.

Our laboratory's 3 research teams

Illustration Schéma recherches ORSYS

Research within the ORSYS team revolves around the use of radio frequency (RF) technologies and wireless signals.

 
Illustration Schéma recherches CTSYS

The research activities of the CTSYS team aim to improve the security of embedded and distributed systems.

 
Illustration Schéma recherches CO'SYS

The CO4SYS team focuses on the modeling, control, and supervision of complex artificial systems.

 
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Our members

ORSYS team

Portrait Nicolas Barbot

Nicolas BARBOT

Team leader, Associate professor

Portrait Darine Kaddout

Darine KADDOUR

Associate professor

Portrait Pierre Lemaitre Auger

Pierre LEMAITRE AUGER

Associate professor

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Etienne PERRET

Professor

Portrait Romain Siragusa

Romain SIRAGUSA

Associate professor

Portrait Smail Tedjini

Smail TEDJINI

Professor

Meng YANG

PhD student

Vinisha CHALUVAYALIL

Postdoctoral researcher

CTSYS team

Oum-el-Kheir AKTOUF

CTSYS team leader, Professor

Portrait Vincent Beroulle

Vincent BEROULLE

LCIS director, Professor

Stéphanie CHOLLET

Associate professor

Christophe DELEUZE

Associate professor

Nicolas FOURTY

Associate professor

Portrait Laure Gonnord

Laure GONNORD

Professor

Portrait David Hely

David HELY

Professor

Sébastien JEAN

Associate professor

Yann KIEFFER

Associate professor

portrait Ioaninis Parissis

Ioannis PARISSIS

Professor

Valentin EGLOFF

Associate professor

Mohamed ABDELSALAM

PhD student

Ihab ALSHAER

Postdoc

Arthur BAUDET

ATER

Aghiles DOUADI

PhD student

Binh LE THI THANH

PhD student

Sébastien MICHELLAND

PhD student

Mohammed El Amin TEBIB

PhD student

Priyadarshini

PhD student

Daniel THIRION

PhD student

CO4SYS team

Portrait Jean-Paul JAMONT

Jean-Paul JAMONT

Professor

Laurent LEFEVRE

Team leader, Professor

Portrait Denis Genon-Catalot

Denis GENON-CATALOT

Associate professor

Portrait Damien Genthial

Damien GENTHIAL

Associate professor

Eduardo MENDES

Professor

Portrait Annabelle Mercier

Annabelle MERCIER

Associate professor

Ionela PRODAN

Associate professor

Simon GAY

Associate professor

Clément RAIEVSKY

Associate professor

Michel OCCELLO

Professor

François SURO

Associate professor

Denis DOCHAIN

Professor emeritus

Huu Thinh DO

PhD student

Vincent MARGUET

PhD student

Karem HAFSI

PhD student

Romain LIEVIN

PhD student

Maximilian MOGLER

PhD student

Duc-Tri VO

PhD student

Minh Tuan Dinh

PhD student

Weikang ZENG

PhD student

Julien SOULE

PhD student

Congh Khanh DINH

PhD student

Olivia BORY DEVISME

PhD student