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The Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS) is a CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) research unit. LAAS' research activities fall within the domain of Information Sciences and Technologies and address complex systems (artificial and sometimes natural) generally heterogeneous, and at different scales, to devise theories, methodologies and tools for modelling, designing and controlling them.
Research, innovation and transfer are tied. The lab has a history of strong relationships with industry and works in a large number of collaborative projects with international, national and regional industries of all size.
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20 Nov 2018

Robotics Flagship aims to develop sustainable robots and AI

The Robotics Flagship aims to develop robots and artificial intelligence that are economically, socially and environmentally sustainable: this is the project proposal submitted to the European Commission, that by 2020 will have chosen the flagships that will receive one billion euros over ten years to guarantee Europe a leading position in science and technology.
5 Jun 2018

LAAS-CNRS targets R&D strategic axis with Cutting-edge CeraPrinter

CERADROP, a MGI Group company, has supplied LAAS-CNRS with one of its State-of-the-art equipment - CeraPrinter F-Serie. The French Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems concentrates its efforts on major scientific orientations for emerging systems and services of the future.
14 Oct 2015

New electrode gives micro-supercapacitor macro storage capacity

Micro-supercapacitors are a promising alternative to micro-batteries because of their high power and long lifetime. They have been in development for about a decade but until now they have stored considerably less energy than micro-batteries, which has limited their application.
3 Apr 2014

IDTechEx Energy Harvesting, IoT and WSN Awards Presented in Berlin

The IDTechEx Awards for Energy Harvesting, Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet of Things were presented on 1 April during the keynote sessions of the Energy Harvesting & Storage, WSN and IoT conference in Berlin, Germany.
26 Mar 2014

FP7 MATFLEXEND project for flexible energy harvesting devices

Fraunhofer IZM leads the newly started FP7 MATFLEXEND project, which will provide wearable, flexible energy harvesters that can be manufactured in a low-cost printing process, and durable materials for such purpose.
18 Apr 2013

Supercapacitors for Battery-free Wireless Sensor Networks Deployed in Airliners

18 Apr 2013

Supercapacitors for Battery-free Wireless Sensor Networks Deployed in Airliners

13 Feb 2013

All eyes on Supercapacitors

Supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) are now center stage for designers of electronics and particularly power circuits. This is because they are improving faster than the batteries and electrolytic capacitors they increasingly replace. More subtly, they reduce the need for and danger from lithium-ion batteries. For example, when placed across a rechargeable battery, they protect it from fast charging and discharging and allow more of the energy in the battery to be utilised. Learn more ...
26 Nov 2012