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Its R&D activities encompass four main themes: factory of the future, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence and digital health.


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Modeling Monte Carlo simulations Security Neutron detection Virtual reality Non destructive testing X-rays Metrology Performance Fault detection Gamma-ray spectrometry Robots Optical fibers Semantics Half-life Gamma-rays Gadolinium Beta spectrum Radionuclide Radionuclide metrology Computational linguistics Symbolic execution Energy efficiency Sensors Cameras Nuclear data Dosimetry Verification Spectrometry Non-destructive testing Computer software Benchmarking UML Computer vision Radiotherapy Nondestructive examination Actuators Guided electromagnetic wave propagation Finite element method Instrumentation Defects Cryptography C programming language Image retrieval Nuclear Nanoparticles Diamond Model checking Nanodiamond STABILITY Haptic interfaces Deductive verification SLAM Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping Decay data Radiation therapy Neutrons Uncertainty Reflection Software engineering Detectors Neural networks Static analysis Signal processing Nuclear instrumentation Image processing Reflectometers Classification Time domain analysis Reliability Algorithms Fiber Bragg gratings Elastic waves Ultrasonic testing Calibration Identification Ionizing radiations Computer architecture Codes symbols Robotics Geometry Beta spectrometry Design Diffraction Artificial intelligence Optimization Monitoring Software testing Embedded systems Complex networks Frama-C Scheduling Reflectometry MDE Eddy current testing Fluorescence Gamma rays State of the art Monte Carlo methods Simulation Monte Carlo simulation