A graduate and post graduate school
A founding member of the INSA Group
Full CTI accreditation
EUR-ACE label

Plannification contracts between the State and the Region

CYBER SSI

The scientific challenge of this project aims to improve the methodologies to perform the security analysis of ubiquitous computing systems, and to provide tools to analyze in practice such systems when they are already deployed.

The Axis 3 of the CPER CYBER SSI project addresses the security analyses of ubiquitous computing systems, namely the computing systems embedded in our everyday life (for examples : the access control in mass transportation and buildings, payment cards, car ignition systems, implantable medical devices, biometric passports, etc. ).

Laboratory: IRISA
Budget: 195 000€
Fundings: FEDER, Région Bretagne, Département de l’Ile et Vilaine, Rennes Métropole / ERDF, The Region of Britanny, the Department and Rennes Metropole

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 Sophie STIC & ONDES

In the frame of CPER STIC&Ondes, IETR is developping its measurement facilities at INSA Rennes. The main investments are devoted to the DIADEM platform that enables electromagnetic diagnostic for radiated fields characterization (whether intended or not). DIADEM has been equipped with a new cylindrical near-field measurement range and a chaotic reverberation chamber. These facilities will now be used, on the one hand, to characterize innovative communicating objects and systems, and on the other hand, to perform advanced studies in the field of ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC), bioelectromagnetism and cybersecurity. COMRAD, INSYS and S-NUM platforms have also been reinforced with new measurement and prototyping facilities for communications and radar.

Laboratory: IETR
Budget: 802 000€
Fundings: FEDER, Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l’innovation, Région Bretagne, Département de l’Ile et Vilaine, Rennes Métropole / ERDF, Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, The Region of Britanny, the Department and Rennes Metropole

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 MULTIMAT DURABIMAT

This project consists in strengthening the expertise potential of the GCGM Laboratory in order to be an interface between research units and the social and economic regional actors.

This project focuses on the design and characterization of bio-sourced or eco-designed materials, accompanied by the development of innovative process. The application sectors targeted are mainly construction materials, agro-resources (plant aggregates and fibres), sludge recovery.

This project includes the strengthening of the characterization resources dedicated to the Building, Construction and Civil Engineering activity involved in the eco-valorization sectors.

Laboratory: LGCGM

Budget: 528 000€

Fundings: FEDER, Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l’innovation, Région Bretagne, Rennes Métropole / ERDF, The Region of Britanny and Rennes Metropole

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