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The creation of a Doctorate in Electronics and Information and Communication Technologies ETIC aims to train innovative researchers in new technologies of new generation systems. This is an area of ​​applied research allowing both the design of complex value-added systems and their full-scale operation in industry or in challenging research projects.


The subjects of ETIC theses are generally designed in collaboration with industrialists or socio-economic partners. Indeed, the ETIC commission strongly encourages the valorization of the research results in real projects as well as the technological transfer to the partners of the socio-economic world.


ETIC theses train researchers who can advantageously meet the ever-growing needs in R&D engineering in various fields ranging from lower layers to application levels, including on-board, networks and middleware.



The research themes addressed are structured around the following points:


  •  Design and construction of secure and scalable systems. These systems provide end-to-end security and offer reliability and scalability properties. As an application area, there are typically big data systems and IoT applications.
  •  Study and development of new high speed wireless digital transmission techniques or optical fiber.
  •  Design of new circuit architectures and on-board electronic systems (DSP, FPGA, etc.) for the development and implementation of software applications. The goal is to acquire an advanced level of knowledge in the theories and techniques of developing new services in networks.
  • Development of low-cost multimedia network design, optimization and management techniques. This is research work with strong technological components related to the fields of signals and systems.
  • Image processing by adopting artificial intelligence, in particular deep learning techniques.