Data and Algorithms for an Intelligent and Sustainable City



The teams of the laboratory

The laboratory's scientific project relies on the expertise and interaction of three research teams spanning research domains ranging from data to algorithms: the Ambient Data Access and Mining (ADAM) team; the ALMOST team (Algorithms and Stochastic Models); the PETRUS team (Personal and Trusted Cloud). The laboratory's scientific project is dedicated to the digital city, its applications and its consequences.


The transverse axes

The scientific project of the laboratory structures the major part of its research activities in three transversal axes, in coherence with the federation "Computer Sciences, Human and Social (SIHS)" of the french CNRS: the axis "Mobilities and digital city", the axis "Data, justice and society" and the axis "Energy and sustainable city". The laboratory also maintains a multi-disciplinary activity with biology, chemistry and astronomy.

Latest publications

23 April 2021

Micro-environment recognition in the context of environmental crowdsensing

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01 January 2021

Biological computation and computational biology: survey, challenges, and discussion

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01 December 2020

A fully distributed approach for joint user association and RRH clustering in cloud radio access networks

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17 November 2020

Energy Packet Networks with general service time distribution

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