Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Highlights of the Year
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

Regional Initiatives

Interactive Communication (InterCom): Massive random access to subsets of compressed correlated data

Participants : Jean Dumoulin, Antoine Crinière, Frederic Gillot.

Algorithms for two emerging applications of this problem will be developed: Free-viewpoint Television (FTV) and massive requests to a database collecting data from a large-scale sensor network (such as Smart Cities) in which I4S is involved. Compression of spatio-temporally correlated and massive georeferenced Data have been investigated [42].

MAG2C-Pont Tabarly

Participants : Ivan Guéguen, Jean Dumoulin.

MAG2C-MOSIWIND (MOnitoring of Structural Integrity of an onshore WIND turbine slab foundation and tower)

Participants : Xavier Chapeleau, Ivan Guéguen.

Collaboration with GeM

Participants : Laurent Mevel, Michael Doehler, Md Delwar Hossain Bhuyan.

Md Delwar Hossain Bhuyan has done his PhD on damage localisation on civil structures in collaboration with GeM (Institute of Civil and Mechanical Engineering), Université de Nantes. The thesis is co-directed by L. Mevel, and F. Schoefs from GeM, with supervision shared with M. Doehler and Y. Lecieux from GeM. It is funded by the Brittany region for 3 years and has been successfully defended in November 2017. In 2018, a mockup of the Saint Nazaire bridge has been funded by GAM and tested for damage localization.

Collaboration with IETR

Participants : Vincent Le Cam, David Pallier.

The thesis is directed by Sébastien Pillement at IETR. It is funded by RFI WISE Electronique Professionnelle within the SENTAUR project.

The subject of the thesis is to study, implement, and propose a deterministic and reliable dating solution for wireless sensor networks. This solution must take into account both the risks of loss of synchronization signals, environmental hazards and the desire to achieve the most sober possible solution in energy.