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IBISC (Informatique, Bio-informatique et Systèmes Complexes – Computer Science, Bio-Informatics and Complex Systems) is a laboratory of Paris-Saclay University. It was formed through a merger between the LAMI (UMR 8042) and the LSC (REF 2494) laboratories. The governance of the laboratory consists of a Director, Samia Bouchafa-Bruneau, and a Deputy Director, Nazim Agoulmine. The research responds to major ICT societal challenges in precision and personalized medicine and vehicle of the future.
The IBISC laboratory is composed by 4 teams: AROBAS, COSMO, IRA2, and SIAM. Their scientific activities are divided into two axes: ICT & SMART SYSTEM and ICT & LIFE, each focused on a specific application area which is respectively: Drone & vehicle, and precision and personalized medicine.
IBISC Lab day, July, 1st 2021
Algorithmic, Operational Research, Bioinformatic et Statistical Learning
Communication Specifications Modeling
Interactions, augmented & virtual reality, autonomous robotic
Signal, imaging, automatism
The IBISC laboratory is located at Evry on 2 sites : Pelvoux and IBGBI.
IBGBI building – 2nd floor
23 boulevard de France
Tél : +33 (0)1 64 85 35 07
Fax : +33 (0)1 64 85 36 01
UFR Sciences et Technologies
36 rue du Pelvoux
F-91020 EVRY CEDEX
Tél : +33 (0)1 69 47 75 51
Fax : +33 (0)1 69 47 06 03
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