Carnot LSI

Software and intelligent systems (LSI)

The LSI Carnot Institute gathers ten world-class university teams and laboratories in Grenoble within the digital sector. Its research teams are heavily immersed in the industrial and socio-economic fabric of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region. The Institute works closely with local, national and international stakeholders through a research-industry interface and a development hub to provide an efficient response to the expectations of both SMEs and intermediate-sized enterprises.

Economic sectors

Automotive and mobility
Security
Electronics industry Digital infrastructure
Manufacturing
Software tools
Energy systems
Health technologies
Digital uses and media / Services

And also

Aeronautics Space
Rail
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Key figures

Permanent staff (full-time equivalent)
165
PhD Students
160
Global budget
30,5 M€
Partnership
incomes with industry
19 M€
Contact
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Contact

LSI Carnot Institute
Floralis-UJF Filiale
6 allée de Bethléem
38 610 Gières
France

Ahmed LBATH
Director
+33 (0)6 73 19 42 09

Mariana TSYMBROVSKA
 +33 (0)6 23 55 86 36 

Email contact

Presentation

A driving force behind digital innovation, the LSI Carnot Institute supports businesses in their R&D initiatives       

Core equipment and platforms

The LSI Carnot Institute has platforms for design, development and testing prototypes in the digital market sectors:

High performance computing / modelling / simulation (MaiMoSiNE), design and validation of analogue / digital circuits, design and validation of embedded software (SpaceEx), virtual reality and collaborative design (Mexico), sensor networks, rapid prototyping and digital vehicle model (Inove), a platform for analysing human behaviour and a smart apartment (Multicom), a clinical investigation platform (CamiTK).

An offering to perfectly suit the needs of businesses:

  • Technology watch, technological state of the art, feasibility analysis, custom development
  • Experimentation, basic research, CIFRE thesis, joint laboratory with industry
  • Technology transfer / licensing 
  • Pre-industrialization and proof-of-concept structure: design, creation of models, prototyping or appealing products

Target markets

  • Digital products and services: Software, modeling, simulation, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, cybersecurity, IoT, Human Machine Interface, digital infrastructures
  • Transport: automotive, air and rail 
  • Robotics, Factory of the future and Industry 4.0 
  • Smart Cities 
  • Healthcare technologies and quality of life 
  • Energy: intelligent management, safety, infrastructures, green-IT   

Core Equipment and Platforms

The LSI Carnot Institute has platforms for design, development and prototyping in the digital market sectors: 

  • High performance computing / modelling / simulation (MaiMoSiNE), 
  • design and validation of analogue/digital circuits, design and validation of embedded software (SpaceEx), 
  • virtual reality and collaborative design (Vision-R), 
  • rapid prototyping and digital vehicle model (Inove), 
  • a platform for analyzing human behavior and a smart apartment (Multicom), 
  • clinical investigation platform (CamiTK).

Know-how and expertise

  • Software engineering, communication protocol and systems 
  • Distributed software architecture 
  • GUI and usability studies 
  • Cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things 
  • Embedded systems 
  • Modelling and simulation 
  • Artificial Intelligence, Big data, Cloud 
  • Signal and image processing 
  • Automation, robotics 
  • Healthcare engineering, medical devices 
  • Cybersecurity, Cryptography
  • Smart Grids, Green IT

A major player in the digital sector

The LSI Carnot Institute plays a key role in the development of the digital sector through its involvement in French Tech, Digital Grenoble, Digital League and Medicalps, as well as via strong partnerships with global competitiveness cluster Minalogic, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Enterprises Agency and Bpifrance. LSI takes part in the EasyTech program of the IRT NanoElec.