Bio-inspired Computing
  Developing novel bio-inspired computing machines and programs inspired by Nature and endowed with capabilities such as adaptation, evolution, growth, healing, replication, and learning.
Co-design and Novel Reconfigurable Systems
  Designing novel reconfigurable systems based on high-complexity field-programmable gate arrays which are able to adapt to changing environments or incomplete specifications.
Biologically Inspired Robots
  Developing biologically inspired robots for (1) producing novel types of robots with dexterous locomotion and sensorimotor coordination abilities, and (2) investigating hypotheses of how central nervous systems implement these abilities in animals.
See the Biologically Inspired Robotics Group pages for more information.

European Projects

> The POEtic research website 

> The Neuro-IT network 

The LSL is taking part in the Neuro-IT network. Its contribution to the neuro-it roadmap can be found here: PDF file


> PhD Theses in Progress 

> Completed PhD Theses 

Activities Reports

> Rapport d'activité 2007-2010 (D. Mange)

> Rapport d'activité 2005-2007 (D. Mange)

> Activities Report 2005

> Activities Report 2004 

> Activities Report 2003 

> Activities Report 2002 

> Strategic Activity Report 1995 - 2001 (pdf) 

> Activities Report 2001 

> Activities Report 2000 

> Activities Report 1999 

> Activities Report 1998 

> Activities Report 1997 

Last updated: October 2, 2002
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