A CNRS joint research unit (UMR 5216) in partnership with Grenoble Institute of Technology and Universit Grenoble Alpes France
Grenoble | images | parole | signal | automatique | laboratoire
Research laboratoryAt the cutting edge of information and communication sciences and technologies.At the crossroads of leading disciplines: mathematics, physics, geosciences, language sciences, cognitive sciences
SIGNALS & SYSTEMSObservation to interpretation
Modeling to controlPhysics and cognition to communication
ROBOTEX Lab (autonomous quadrirotor drone, humanoid robotics) - SPEECH Lab (Lingual Electro-Magneto-Articulography) - HYDRO Lab (fluid acoustics) - PERSEE Lab (analysis and interpretation of eye tracking and brain EEG signals) - BIOMECA Lab (Arm Surface Electro-Myography) - Geophysical data recording platform on the Lac de Castillon (DGA) or sensor installation in the south ring of Grenoble.
400 personnes dont 150 chercheurs et enseignants-chercheurs permanents, 150 doctorants et post-doctorants, 40 personnes dans les services administratifs et techniques.
Budget annuel de 4,6 millions deuros (hors masse salariale) dont 0,6 million deuros en dotations rcurrentes, 3,45 millions deuros en programmes nationaux et internationaux et 0,55 million deuros en contrats industriels.
Human Resources400 staff, including:. 150 permanent researchers. 150 PhD students and post-docs . 40 people in administrative and technical services. 60 trainees
Financial Resources (2016)Annual global budget of 4.6 million (excluding salaries) of which:. 0.6m in recurrent government funding. 3.45m in grants from national or international funding agencies. 0.55m from industrial contracts
GIPSA-lab is a joint research unit of the CNRS (Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies-INS2i, Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences-INSHS), of Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) and Universit Grenoble Alpes. It also has a partnership with the French national institute for computer science and applied mathematics (Inria).GIPSA-lab has a research team accredited by the Science of the Universe Observatory in Grenoble (OSUG) and 6 teams are members of the Federative research group in Cognitive Sciences.
GIPSA-lab est une unit mixte de recherche du CNRS (INS2i, INSHS), de Grenoble INP et de lUniversit de Grenoble Alpes. Le laboratoire est galement li par convention avec Inria.GIPSA-lab possde une quipe de recherche reconnue par lObservatoire des Sciences de lUnivers de Grenoble (OSUG) et 6 quipes sont membres du Ple Grenoble Cognition.
GIPSA-lab est membre de lassociation euRobotics et partenaire de lEquipex ROBOTEX. Les plates-formes mises en place GIPSA-lab dans le cadre de ce rseau national proposent des quipements en Robotique mobile et Robotique humanode.
GIPSA-lab est quip de 1000 m de plates-formes exprimentales et de support technique pour le dveloppement de prototypes. Ils sont ddis nos domaines de recherche dont lanalyse de scnes multimodales, les interactions cerveau-machine, la production de parole et de gestes (2 chambres sourdes), llectromyographie, la biomcanique, laro-acoustique de la parole, la robotique humanode et mobile, les systmes mcaniques et lectromcaniques. GIPSA-lab effectue galement des mesures sur des sites naturels notamment pour la tldtection, pour lacoustique sous-marine ou la collecte de donnes de trafic automobile.
Experimental platformsGipsa-lab is equipped with 1000 m of experimental platforms and technical supports for the development of prototypes. They are dedicated to our research areas including the observation of multimodal scenes, brain/machine interaction, speech and gesture production (2 anechoic chambers), electromyography, biomechanics, speech aeroacoustics, humanoid robotics, mobile robotics, mechanical and electromechanical systems. GIPSA-lab also performs data measurements on natural sites especially for remote sensing (Glacier dArgentire, Chamonix Valley), for underwater acoustic or for real-time recording of traffic data (south ring of Grenoble).
GIPSA-lab is a member of the euRobotics Association and a partner of ROBOTEX, the national network of Robotics platforms. Plateforms hosted by GIPSA-lab within this network are in the field of Mobile robotics and Humanoid robotics.
GIpSA-lab conducts both theoretical and applied research in signals and systems.our approach to processing, modeling, decision, interpretation and control is multidisciplinary and based on experimentations, through the monitoring of biological, cognitive, physical and industrial systems in interaction with their environments.GIpSA-lab combines major contributions to information and control theories with the development of models and algorithms.
gipsa-lab researchgipsa-lab RESEARch
Visual perception of 3D images Spectral analysis of wind turbine Classification of hyperspectral images
images signalsDeveloping advanced image and signal models for physical, biological and technological systems. Diagnostics and interpretation. Designing efficient algorithms, implementation, and methods for multidimensional and multimodal image and signal processing. Validating these developments in partnership with industry.
Applications . Communication and content security . Diagnosis of natural phenomena
and industrial systems. Tomography . Remote sensing, aerial and satellite survey . Geophysics and submarine acoustics . Renewable energy. Biomedical signals (EEG, MEG, fMRI, ECG) . Brain-computer interfaces
Scientific fields. Information theory, statistical signal processing. Time-frequency analysis, source separation. Digital and computational geometry . Image processing, multimodal scene analysis,
motion. Visual perception, cognition and bio-inspired
algorithms. Algorithm-architecture adequacy. Shape modeling and understanding. Multivariate signal processing
Profiles control in tokamak plasmas Modeling and control of automotive suspensions Real-time and predicted traffic indicators
coNTRoL SYSTEMSDeveloping analysis, modeling, diagnostics, and control tools for dynamical systems. Developing advanced methodologies for control, monitoring and diagnosis. Taking into account constraints like fault tolerance, saturation or communication.
Applications . Energy and environment . Robotics and mechatronics . Transportation Systems . Bio-mechanical Systems . Micro and Nano Systems . Electronic and Computer Systems . Health Engineering . Cyber-physical systems
Scientific fields. Linear and non-linear systems . ODE and PDE systems . Complex and embedded systems . Networked control systems . Hybrid systems
Speech production and perception Human Robot Communication Brain imaging for multimodal speech processing
SpEEch ANd coGNITIoNIncreasing knowledge on speech communication, voice, language, linguistic systems and dialects. Characterizing and modeling voice and speech signals, together with the physiological, physical, and cognitive systems which process them, and the linguistic systems which motivate and organize them.
Applications . Voice and multimedia technologies . Human-Computer interaction and
augmented communication. Experimental tools for field linguistics. Humanoid robotics, conversational agents . Language acquisition, second language
learning. Disability, pathology, and remediation
Scientific fields. Multimodal speech processing. Experimental phonetics and phonology. Geolinguistics and dialectology. Speech production and speech perception. Physiology and physics of voice, speech. Cognitive sciences, neurosciences, psychology. Cognitive robotics and face-to-face interaction. Clinical phonetics and vocology
12 RESEARch TEAMSObservation to interpretation Modeling to control Physics and cognition to communication
Aeroacoustics, Modeling and
Systems and Dialectology
Interactive Systems & Speech
VIBSVision and Brain Signal Processing
and Information in Complex systems
SAIGASignal and Control
for Monitoring Diagnosis and Biomechanics
Team labelled by the Science of the Universe
Observatory in Grenoble
Inria-GIPSA-lab joint project team
Publications400 publications annually, including:. 100 papers in international journals . 190 international conferences . 30 PhD theses12 teams in 3 key areas
Research trainingGipsa-lab welcomes 150 PhD students (60% of them from foreign universities) and students of Master internship. It hires PhD Students from different doctoral schools: Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automatic Control, Signal Processing (EEATS), Health, Cognition and Environment Engineering (EDISCE), Languages, Literature and Human Sciences (LLSH) and also from TUE and I-MEP2 doctoral schools.
GIPSA-lab is fully involved in Schools of engineering of Grenoble Institute of Technology and Universit Grenoble Alpes and in all cursus (Bachelor to Master degree) of Universit Grenoble Alpes.
International CollaborationsThe GIPSA-lab teams collaborate with many scientific partners worldwide (bilateral relationships, running discipline-specific networks, European networks, exchange programs) and maintain close links with sev