LyRIDS trainees’ defenses

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Here’s a look back at the defenses of the Engineering 4 and Engineering 5 trainees from ECE’s research laboratory, LyRIDS (Laboratory of Research in Interdisciplinary Digital Engineering & Sciences), which took place on Monday July 17.

This was an opportunity for our students to present their research work in the form of posters to a panel of ECE teacher-researchers, and to discover the richness of the different projects during lively discussions.

An extract from the subjects presented:

  • UTAC Challenge: Creation of an emergency message platform for an autonomous convoy
  • Analysis and Detection of Cognitive Fatigue using Physiological Signals
  • Optimal Energy Scheduling For Electric Vehicles In V2G Smart Grid Networks
  • Design of a graphene-based sweat sensor
  • GTAV & CARLA Autonomous Vehicle Simulation Environments
  • GREEN AI: AI at the service of the ecological and economic sobriety of an agri-food production line
  • Optimal Path Planning Strategies for Autonomous Vehicles: Integrating UAVs to Avoid Accidents

Congratulations to the trainees and a special thank you to the ECE’s teacher-researchers for their professionalism and invaluable support throughout the traineeship period.

Updated 2 January 2024