New cooperation with the Conseil Régional Bretagne

The DECIDE Team is pleased to announce a new cooperation with the the Conseil Régional Bretagne (council of the Bretagne Region) around the project mviewer.

Collaborative noise mapping at San Francisco

The DECIDE team with its partner, the Environmental Acoustics Laboratory (LAE) is pleased to announce that the application NoiseCapture funded by the European project ENERGIC-OD is reused by the University of Geneva for the Competing Crowds project (...

New books from the MOCS team

 Flash Memory Integration, Jalil Boukhobza & Pierre Olivier, ISBN: 9781785481246, ISTE Press - Elsevier, March 2017Fondements de la programmation orientée objet avec Java 8 - Des mécanismes d'exécution aux bonnes pratiques de développement logici...


Scientific tools for environmental noise assessment

Through the website, the DECIDE team from Lab-STICC and the Laboratory of Environmental Acoustics from IFSTTAR join their forces to organize and share new research tools for environmental noise assessment. Years ofscienti...

New journal announcement

Journal on Vehicle Routing Algorithms

Prof. Marc Sevaux is pleased to announce the creation of a new Springer Journal: the Journal on Vehicle Routing Algorithms (JVRA).

Francesco P. Andriulli is awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant

Francesco P. Andriulli, co-responsible of the team PIM, has received a grant of two million euros over five years to further advance his investigations in the field of computational electromagnetics.


Imagine tomorrow's smart city

Télécom Bretagne (associated with Lab-STICC) and Mines Nantes combine their efforts and know-how within the European H2020 project mySmartLife on smart cities.

Lab-STICC supports the Decision Deck effort

The Lab-STICC laboratory now officially supports the diviz initiative of the consortium of European researchers "Decision Deck".

Prof. Christian Brosseau recieved the GG Stokes Award

SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics

Prof. Christian Brosseau (Lab-STICC/MOIM/MF) is the 2017 recipient of the G.G. Stokes Award in recognition of his contributions on optical polarization.
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