Research at ISEP
Solutions through research
Research at ISEP is carried out within the framework of interdisciplinary projects in collaboration with numerous industrial and academic partners: large industrial groups as well as start-ups, engineering schools and universities, hospitals, public research laboratories.
It is state-recognised research (EESPIG label), which focuses on cutting-edge projects supported by public funds: The National Research Agency (ANR) funding, the single inter-ministerial fund (FUI), Investments for the Future plan, European projects, etc. The issues addressed cover the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and are geared towards the challenges and applications of tomorrow.
ISEP also aims to train researchers through its teaching modules, its innovation programme and the supervision of numerous doctoral students within the EDITE doctoral school.
Interdisciplinary and applied research
The research activities of the LISITE laboratory are in line with the school’s slogan “digital technology at the service of mankind”. It is in this perspective that all the LISITE’s skills in electronics, telecommunications, networks and security, computing, signal and image processing, and data sciences are exploited in interdisciplinary projects with societal aims and issues.
Partnership and collaborative research
Since its creation in 2006, the LISITE has been working to develop partnership and collaborative research. Within the LISITE, various projects have been carried out in collaboration with academic and industrial partners. The research is notably financed by the National Agency for Technical Research (ANRT), the ANR, the European Union funds, University Hospital Research Funds (RHU) and the FUI.
A strong synergy Teaching-Research
The ISEP’s engineering curricula are continually updated to keep pace with research advances. The LISITE also aims to introduce ISEP engineering students to the research profession. Students have the opportunity to work on projects and internships from the second year of the engineering cycle.
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