Intelligent machine to detect anomalies and attacks in naval cyber-physical systems
As part of the the Chaire de Cyberdéfense des Systèmes Navals research activities, a Ph.D position is open. This is a collaborative work between IMT Atlantique, the École Navale, Thales and Naval Group, at the DECIDE team of the Lab-STICC. This Ph.D focuses on the design and implementation of a quality evaluation graph-based and contextual aware intelligent machine to detect anomalies and attacks in naval cyber-physical systems. Please read the full description of the subject in the attached file.
Rethinking LDPC codes and decoders to minimize decoding energy
As part of an ANR grant awarded to Dr. Elsa Dupraz and Dr. François Leduc-Primeau, a fully-funded Ph.D. position is available to pursue research on energy-efficient LDPC decoders. The research will consider the theoretical aspects of LDPC codes, but also take into account the implementation of decoder circuits and their energy consumption, with the ultimate objective of reducing energy consumption by an order of magnitude. Please see the attached description for more details.