We are enthusiastic to drive the future of innovations in the area of machine learning, machine perception and ultimately machine reasoning. We are positioned to aim for scientific breakthroughs in AI. For this purpose, we are sharing ideas and collaborating with leading academic institutions.
We are committed to contribute in strong advances in core technologies applied in the field of automated vehicles, robotics and are strongly open minded to identify/create new markets from the outcome of our research activities.
The Department has an expertise on synthesis of new materials (bulk and nanoparticles), their shaping (notably compact or porous thin films) and their use in specific devices for different applications, particularly in the energy and environmental domains, such as renewable energies and sensors.
We are motor specialists. Our expertise covers a wide range including electromagnetic design, mechanical stress analysis, prototyping, drive circuit design, control strategy and validation. We also collaborate with leading academic institutes.