A research laboratory dedicated
to the systems of tomorrow
Research in engineering and information sciences in a philosophy of openness.
LAAS’ research activities fall within the domain of Information Sciences and Technologies and address complex systems (artificial and sometimes natural) generally heterogeneous, and at different scales, to devise theories, methodologies and tools for modeling, designing and controlling them.
Research, innovation and transfer are tied. The lab has a history of strong relationships with industry and works in a large number of collaborative projects with international, national and regional industries of all size. LAAS was one of the 20 first “Carnot Institutes” labeled in 2006.
The systems considered in our research are of different kinds: integrated systems, embedded systems with real time and safety requirements, distributed systems, mobile systems, autonomous and robotics systems, micro and nano systems, biological systems. They fall in various application domains such as aeronautics and space, telecommunications, transports, production, services, security and defense, energy management, healthcare, environment and sustainable development.
OF THE LABORATORY
Strategy & key numbers
The research carried out at LAAS-CNRS aims at a fundamental understanding of complex systems while considering the use that may result from them. Conversely, many industrial or societal issues, for example in the field of transport, space, health or communication networks, raise fundamental questions that motivate the laboratory's research projects.
TEAMS FOR SUPPORT
TEAMS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE
IN ENGINEERING AND SYSTEMS SCIENCES SINCE 1968
The history of LAAS-CNRS
Since 1968, the LAAS-CNRS has been "a laboratory of scientific innovation", according to its founder Jean Lagasse whose adage "Always higher, always further in creativity and the happiness of being together" is always intended to news.
Le laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes du CNRS vous présente ses activités de recherche, ancrées dans les grands défis de demain dans les domaines de l'automatique, l'informatique, la robotique et les micro et nanosciences
Focus, une année au coeur du LAAS-CNRS