LIRMM is a forerunner in innovation, closely associating research excellence, transfers to the business world, skills and expertise in ICT areas. LIRMM supports regional economic development by investing in partnership and business development projects.
LIRMM has also gained considerable experience in disciplines bridging its core areas of expertise—contributing, for instance, to the development of new digital technologies for health and environmental applications.
By tapping our knowledge, know-how and resources, we are striving to broaden our industrial partnerships by increasing our efforts to develop open and accessible technology platforms, applying our expertise to create innovative businesses, in collaboration with companies, especially SMEs, in joint research projects.
Artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, software engineering, cryptography, image processing, data mining, algorithmics, computing
Robotic system control design, modeling and architecture.
Production, humanoid, medical and mobile robotics; neuroprothesis.
Analysis and models for designing and testing integrated circuits and systems,
designing and testing MEMS, adaptive circuits and systems, biomedical circuits and systems.
Last update on 16/07/2013
(National Coordination in Micro- and Nanoelectronics Training)
Providing the industrial and academic sector with tools for designing and industrial testing of integrated circuits and training of trainers and users.
(Regional Resource Center devoted to High Performance Computing)
Providing academic and private R&D projects with high performance computing resources, support services (auditing, optimization, code parallelization) and training.
(National Human Genome Research Institute)
Providing software tools for phylogenetic reconstruction and genomic analysis.
(Regional Technology Platform devoted to Robotics)
Robotic platform for advanced research with facilities for industrial applications
(Regional Technology Platform devoted to Digital Security)
Open platform to study, assess and support academic and industrial stakeholders (under specific conditions) to design secure circuits and systems.