Presentation of Heudiasyc

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Founded in 1981, the Heudiasyc laboratory, which stands for HEUristique et DIAgnostic des SYstèmes Complexes (Heuristics and diagnostics for complex systems), is a joint research unit between the Université de Technologie de Compiègne and the CNRS (attached to the INS2I). The director: Ali Charara, and deputy director: Yves Grandvalet, manage the laboratory, with the assistance of the team leaders.

Heudiasyc operates in the field of Information, Technology and Communication Sciences (STIC), namely computers, automation, robotics, decision making and image processing.

Heudiasyc’s activity is based on the synergy between upstream research and final research to meet the major challenges of today’s society (safety, mobility and transport, environment and health), working hand in hand with business partners, in particular industrial companies.Several platforms and demonstrators, developed within the laboratory, illustrate this desire to bring fundamental research closer to the complexity of its real-life applications.

The four teams in the laboratory are:

  • ASER: Automation, Embedded Systems, Robotics
  • DI: Decisions, Images
  • ICI: Information, Knowledge, Interaction
  • RO: Networks, Optimisation

To this are added joint services that provide administrative and technical support to the members of the laboratory on a daily basis.

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