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Computer Science, Bio-Informatics and Complex Systems

Building IBGBI, 23 boulevard de France
91020 EVRY cedex – FRANCE
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Ibisc - Genopole's Laboratory Ibisc - Genopole's Laboratory

#Bioinformatics / Mathematics #Systems Biology

  • Bioinformatics
  • Postgenomics
  • Data, Data integration and advanced databases
    Formal methods, Algorithmics, Optimization, Learning
  • Complexity sciences
  • Signal and image processing, Virtual reality, Augmented reality
  • Haptics interaction, Human-robot interaction
  • Intelligent vehicles
  • Experimental biology
  • Personalized medicine

Field of Activity

ICT for life sciences, ICT for smart systems.

IBISC develops computerized and automated schematics, methods and tools to model, identify, simulate, conceive and validate complex systems.

The laboratory is organized into two scientific themes:

  • ICT for life sciences and human interaction: This theme focuses on modeling languages and tools, learning methods for data mining, and signal and image treatment techniques for use in biological and biomedical sciences. IBISC’s work to improve the lives of people living with handicaps also falls within this theme.
  • ICT for smart systems: In this theme, techniques for operational research, automation, formal methods and mechanics are deployed for the conception and functional optimization of diverse systems with, for example, different economic efficacy (automated transportation) or energy use (processors) criteria.

Methods and technologies

  • -Bioinformatics, analysis, modeling.
  • Identification and simulation of biological processes.
  • Software engineering.
  • Operational research.
  • Communication & transport networks.
  • Agent-based & communicative systems.
  • Biomedicine & healthcare (signals, machine-assisted medical procedures, assistance robotics for people with loss of autonomy and their support providers).
  • Biometrics.
  • Multimodal man-machine interfacing.
  • Road safety.
  • Biology of the cellular microenvironment / Modeling in physiology.
  • Teams

    – AROB@S Algorithmic, Operational Research, Bioinformatic and Statistical Learning directed by Feng CHU & Jean-Christophe JANODET

    – COSMO – Communication, Specification & Modeling directed by Franck POMMEREAU & Nazim AGOULMINE

    – IRA2 – Interactions, Augmented Reality, Ambiant Robotic directed by OTMANE Samir

    – SIAM – Signal, Imaging & AutoMatism directed by ICHALAL Dalil


Genopole’s laboratories

#Bioinformatics / Mathematics

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With the support from
Région île de France