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Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des Systèmes
LAAS invented the concept of joint laboratories with Industry in France in 1991 (the name of this lab was MIRGAS).
Joint labs are the most achieved way of cooperation between a public research laboratory and an enterprise:
At the beginning of the XXIth century, many joint laboratories were created with LAAS:
LISPA with Freescale: Electronics for the automotive industry, a cooperation for 12 years
PEARL with ALSTOM Transport: Power management (components for rail, avionics…) from 2001 to 2008 in cooperation with laboratories LAPLACE), LGP of the ENIT, the IUT de Tarbes, the CIRIMAT and two SMEs : Epsilon Ingénierie and Boostec
MIRGAS (« Mixed Research Group on Automotive Systems ») : joint lab created in 1991 between Siemens Automotive and the CNRS (Laas, LEEI and IMFT) on different issues related to Automotive.