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