LCIS Valence

Laboratory of Systems and Communication Engineering​

Valence Research Laboratory​

Over 60 Researchers from the University Grenoble Alpes and Grenoble INP-UGA

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The Laboratory in summary​

The LCIS (Laboratory of Systems and Communication Engineering) is a public research laboratory and a host team of the University Grenoble Alpes, associated with Grenoble-INP on the UGA Valence campus.

LCIS brings together over 60 researchers in computer science, electronics, and automation, focusing on embedded and communicating systems.

The themes addressed include the safety and security of embedded and distributed systems, the modeling, analysis, and supervision of open complex systems, and wireless communicating radiofrequency systems.

The laboratory works on various application domains: the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, connected natural or artificial environments, RFID, and more.

LCIS is supported and funded by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

A LABORATORY WITH INTERNATIONAL RENOWN​

LCIS works on embedded and communicating systems is regularly presented at the largest international scientific conferences. This work involves the specification, modeling, design, communication, safety, security, and diagnostics of these systems.

OUR RESEARCH TEAMS

ORSYS

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Communicating Wireless RF Systems

The research developed within the ORSYS team focuses on the use of radiofrequency (RF) technologies and signals, wireless communication, signal processing, and measurement.

ORSYS is particularly interested in passive information transmission systems based on the principles of backscattering and back-modulation of electromagnetic waves. Among the systems studied are wireless/contactless systems such as RFID technologies and Ultra-Wideband (UWB).

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CO4SYS

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Coordination, Cooperation, and Control of Complex Systems​

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

The team is interested in physically distributed multi-agent systems, where agents with reactive and cognitive capabilities coexist, needing to find compromises between potentially incompatible local and global objectives. These agents reason with partial knowledge of the overall system and must ensure dynamic and insecure routing of communication. This paradigm allows the integration of complementary approaches from collective artificial intelligence and control theory.

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CTSYS

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Safety and Security of Embedded and Distributed Systems​

The CTSYS team consists of researchers from various disciplines (electronics, computer science, telecommunications) who study the different elements of embedded systems: from the hardware to the applications, with particular attention to the interaction between hardware and software.

The main application areas of the team’s research are: the Internet of Things (including RFID systems), sensor networks, Smart-* environments (Home, Building, Car, etc.), and the transportation industry.

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