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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS LABORATORY (LIS)

UMR 7020 CNRS



The LIS “Laboratoire d’Informatique et Systèmes” is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) under the supervision of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) attached to the Univer-sité de Toulon (UTLN) and Institut des sciences de l’information et de leurs interactions (INS2I), of the Université d’Aix-Marseille (AMU). The LIS conducts fundamental and applied research in the fields of computing, automation, signal and image.

Laboratory management

Composition of the laboratory

LIS brings together more than 375 members : 190 permanent researchers and research profes-sors, more than 125 doctoral students, more than 40 post-docs and 20 technical and administra-tive staff..
In Toulon there are 24 research professors and about as many doctorants, post-docs and engi-neers.

At LIS- UTLN key areas of research include, AI for marine and maritime surveillance applica-tions, AI for large scale bioacoustics, AI for speech and hearing, and AI for robotics. LIS has es-tablished partnerships with industry technological clusters and innovation centers, as well as maintains strong ties with blue growth industries in the Region.

Teams

The members of the LIS Toulon site are divided into four teams :

Research Themes

As part of these teams, members of LIS focus their research on the following themes :

Collaborative research and teaching

The LIS laboratory participates in multidisciplinary collaborative research projects through its participation in the strategic research poles on “Sea, Environment and Sustainable Development” and the pole on “Information and Survey”
The LIS laboratory collaborates with the Mechanical and Robotics Systems Lab COSMER, and its staff teaches on the Master’s degree in Complex Systems Engineering Robotics and Con-nected Objects (ROC), and computer sciences master DID.



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