Laboratory of Computer Science, Signals and Systems of Sophia Antipolis

The Computer Science, Signals and Systems laboratory of Sophia Antipolis (i3S), created in 1989, is the result of the merger of two laboratories, the Lassy and the Lisan, and federates research in information and communication sciences. With nearly 300 people, teacher-researchers, CNRS and Inria researchers, administrative and technical staff, doctoral students and trainees, it is one of the largest public laboratories on the Côte d'Azur and was one of the first to be established in the Sophia Antipolis technology park.

Advancing knowledge, taking into account economic and technological realities, while imagining the solutions of tomorrow.

In partnership with the CNRS and Inria, and through numerous industrial collaborations, we work on innovative research topics at the cutting edge of science and technology: ubiquitous systems and networks, digital biology and health, modeling for the environment, interactions and uses.

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News from the lab

Intervention d'Elena Cabrio au Collège de France
Analyse automatique de l'argumentation dans les débats politiques.
OptAzur seminars
Maurizio Filippone (EURECOM) & Yassine Laguel (LJAD)
Exposé de Farnaz Faramarzi, PhD student at Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla IMSE-CNM
Electronically-foveated vision sensor
Marc Antonini reçoit la médaille de l'innovation 2023 lors de la cérémonie à Paris
Marc Antonini lauréat de la médaille de l'innovation 2023
Best paper award décerné à Erol Gelenbe
Erol Gelenbe a reçu le Best Paper Award à la conférence IEEE Trustcom 2023, Exeter (UK)
Luca Calatroni est lauréat d'une ERC Starting Grant 2023
Toutes nos félicitations à Luca Calatroni, lauréat d'une ERC Starting Grant pour son projet MALIN