Current projects:

MaestrIoT (Multi-Agent Trust Decision Process for the Internet of Things): The main objective of the MaestrIoT project is to develop an algorithmic framework for ensuring trust in a multi-agent system handling sensors and actuators of a cyber-physical environment. Trust management has to be ensured from the perception to decision making and integrating the exchange of information between WoT devices.

  • Consortium:  CITI, LCIS, LIMOS
  • Call: ANR CE 23
  • Total fundings : 540 k€
  • Duration: 2022-2026

PréTra (Modules prédictifs de traffic multimodal): The project aims to develop a multi-agent traffic microsimulation on the scale of the Rouen Normandy Metropolis, capable of taking into account unexpected events, whether human behavior or rapid changes to the infrastructure. It complements the TIGA Rouen Intelligent Mobility for All project, supported by the Rouen Normandy Metropolis, with the aim of transferring research work in reinforcement learning for individual-centric traffic simulation to the predictive module of the hypervisor developed in the TIGA project.

  • Consortium:  LITIS (INSA Rouen and University of Rouen)
  • Call: Métropole Rouen Normandie
  • Total fundings : 80 k€
  • Duration: 2022-2025

Past projects:

IoT.H2O (Internet of Things for Water): The objective of the project is to develop distributed supervision and optimization models based on an Internet of Things deployed in a water treatment and distribution system. Our role will be to propose decentralized multi-agent coordination algorithms between the different parts of the network, based on data locally collected by smart devices and by agents communication.

  • Consortium:  Dr. Kraetzig Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH (project leader), University of Kaiserslautern (Germany), University of Liège (Belgium), University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)
  • Call: Water JPI 2018
  • Total fundings : 918 k€
  • Duration: 2019-2022

SICoPaD (Suivi Interactif et Connecté de Patients Hospitalisés à Domicile): The objective is to use smart health things to collect data on cancer patients treated at home by oral chemotherapy. These data will be processed by classification to recognize the patient’s current condition and activity, then by decision-making that may lead to a medication recall with the patient or an alert to relatives or health professionals.

  • Consortium:  LITIS (project leader), GREYC, LMI, Centre Henri Becquerel
  • Call: RIN Recherche 2018
  • Total fundings : 350 k€
  • Duration: 2018-2021
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PlaIR 2018 (Plateforme d’Indexation Régionale): The Regional Indexation Platform adopts a multidisciplinary approach combining research units in the field of Digital Sciences (Computer Science, Applied Mathematics) and Human and Social Sciences (Law, History, Linguistics, Literature) in order to offer new digital solutions for the creation and access to digital documentary databases.

  • Consortium:  LITIS, IRIHS (project leaders), CHU Rouen Normandie
  • Call: FEDER
  • Total fundings : 1 695 k€
  • Duration: 2016-2020
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SAPHIRS (Système pour l’analyse de la propagation d’information dans les réseaux sociaux): In the SAPhIRS project, we propose to study the mechanisms of information and opinion propagation within social networks: identifying influential leaders, detecting channels for disseminating information and opinion.

  • Consortium:  Saagie, Airbus Defense & Space, LITIS
  • Call: DGA
  • Total fundings : 760 k€
  • Duration: 2018-2020

ATP (Archéomatériaux : Territoire, Patrimoine): The objective is to study archaeomaterials and their spatial diffusion in Normandy to make it possible to question the early organization of the territory. Based on traces of archaeomaterials and historical data on the presence of quarries and buildings, a diffusion model will be developed and will lead to an implementation for a multi-agent simulation.

  • Consortium:  IDEES (project leader), GRHIS, INRAP, LITIS
  • Call: RIN Recherche 2017
  • Total fundings : 445 k€
  • Duration: 2018-2019

PlaIR 2.0 (Plateforme d’Indexation Régionale 2.0): this project aims to facilitate access to digital documents by: (i) developing processes, tools and interfaces adapted to the real uses observed in different countries (ii) performing semantic indexing of user categories; (iii) performing semantic indexing of corpus (iii) dematerializing documents by digitization.

  • Consortium:  LITIS (project leader), DYSOLA, GRHIS, CHU Rouen Normandie, IDIT
  • Call: GRR LMN
  • Total fundings : 175 k€
  • Duration: 2013-2016
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