The Computing Science and Engineering Department belongs to the Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM). Our researchers are active in the following research domains :
Several research groups carry out research in the field of biomedical engineering. It involves the following activities summarized in more details below: Bioinformatics and computational biology, Biomedical data analysis, Biosensors, Medical Imaging, Modelling of biological and physiological systems.
Department investigators : Pierre Dupont
Research Labs : Machine Learning Group
Institute link : Biomedical engineering
Communication Systems and Networks
A large variety of problems related to communication systems and networks are investigated. The different topics cover all the layers of communication systems going from the physical layer up to the application layer, including the MAC, network and transport layers. A few examples of particular activities are detailed below. Thanks to its expertise on such a large array of subjects, ICTEAM is able to undertake complex research projects dealing with very different aspects of communication systems.
Institute link : Communication Systems and Networks
Cryptography and Information Security
Cryptography and Information Security seek at building tools that enable to secure data and to communicate in a reliable, fair, and private way. Over thirty researchers are active in this field see more
Institute link : Cryptography and Information Security
Dynamical Systems, Control and Optimization
The Dynamical Systems, Control and Optimization group gathers about a dozen professors and over 30 PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. It participates in various projects including the Inter-university Attraction Pole on Dynamical Systems, Control and Optimization (DYSCO).
Institute link : Dynamical Systems, Control and Optimization
Large Graphs and Networks
Institute link : Large Graphs and Networks
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
ICTEAM research activities in this field are conducted by seven primary investigators and about fourty researchers. There are two main domains of activity : Machine Learning and Constraint Programming.
Institute link : Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Software Engineering and Programming Systems
The Software Engineering and Programming Systems domain gathers five faculty members and about twenty researchers around the federating goal of supporting the development and maintenance of advanced, complex and dependable software.
Institute link : Software Engineering and Programming Systems