The Lab-STICC laboratory wishes you and your beloved ones a joyful, bright, healthy, prosperous and happiest new year 2018. Everyday is a new opportunity to have a fresh start and 2018 will see the success of all your projects.
Pedro Merino Laso, doctoral student of the Chair of Cyber Defence of Naval Systems and DECIDE team, defended his thesis entitled "Detection of anomalies and cyberattacks based on multi-sensor data quality models", on Thursday December 7th 2017.
We are happy to announce that a new version of our high level synthesis tool GAUT is now available. GAUT 3.0 is FREE and OPEN-SOURCE Eclipse plug-in (Cecill-B license).
Kevin Martin (MOCS team) obtained funding from the ANR for the Young Researcher (JCJC) project Nooman.