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