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Its R&D activities encompass four main themes: factory of the future, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence and digital health.


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Virtual reality Benchmarking Sensors Radiotherapy Temperature sensors Scheduling Optimization Internet of things Neutrons Learning systems Image processing Artificial intelligence Cryptography Symbolic execution Ferromagnetic materials Nanodiamond Reliability Gamma-ray spectrometry Radionuclide metrology Image retrieval SLAM Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping MDE Nondestructive examination Haptic interfaces Dosimetry Computational linguistics Natural language processing systems Modeling Optical fibers Identification Deductive verification Classification Elastic waves Security Finite element method Signal processing Nuclear Software engineering Time domain analysis Guided electromagnetic wave propagation Eddy current testing Diffraction C programming language Diamond UML Complex networks Detectors Neutron detection Fluorescence Neural networks Hardware Codes symbols Solid scintillation detectors Robots Nanoparticles Specification languages Semantics Mapping Static analysis Energy efficiency Non destructive testing Design Defects Uncertainty Frama-C Calibration Geometry Computer software Cameras Non-destructive testing Fiber Bragg gratings Simulation Model-driven Engineering STABILITY Real time systems Software testing Radiation therapy SPECTROSCOPY Embedded systems Monte Carlo methods Reflectometers Metrology Instrumentation Computer vision Ultrasonic testing Monitoring Verification Reflection State of the art Systems analysis Reflectometry Gadolinium Robotics Model checking Actuators Fault detection Computer architecture Gamma rays Algorithms Monte Carlo simulation