Innovative Reliable Chip Designs from Low-Powered Unreliable Components
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l’Electronique et de ses Applications
ENSEA is the organisation representing the ETIS laboratory in this project. ETIS is a joint research unit that directly depends on the three mother institutions: ENSEA, the university of Cergy-Pontoise, and the CNRS. ENSEA is a graduate school in electrical engineering, computing science and telecommunications, located in Cergy-Pontoise, which belongs to a system of 200 elite institutions forming the "Grandes Ecoles" (graduate institutions). Currently, ENSEA serves about 600 students, with a staff of 50 tenured professors, 100 visiting professors from industry and partner institutions, with 50 technicians and staff members. The ENSEA research department is composed of 2 research laboratories with activities in Information and Signal Processing (ETIS) and Control and Systems (ECS). The 2 laboratories have more than 100 researchers (including PhD and post-doctoral students), and have a strong involvement in cooperative research programs, both at the national and European levels.
ETIS participated to a large number of collaborative projects funded by the French government. In the field of digital communications, ETIS has contributed in many collaborative projects, five National and European projects, in the field of digital communications and coding.
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Acteur majeur de la recherche, du développement et de l'innovation, le CEA intervient dans quatre grands domaines : énergies bas carbone, défense et sécurité, technologies pour l’information et technologies pour la santé.