Welcome to Laboratory of Information Processing and Transmission (L2TI) - EA 3043 PDF
Laboratoire de Traitement et Transport de l'Information was founded at the university Paris 13 in 1998, and was recognized as “Equipe d’Accueil” (EA3043) by the French Ministry of Education and Research in 1999. The L2TI main research focus is on the development of applied and theoretical research on Data Processing and Transmission. More specifically, the topics addressed by the L2TI are related to multimedia content processing and analysis, and computer networking. The L2TI is structured into 2 teams,
working on these two fields of research.
At L2TI there are 17 permanent senior researchers, 15 PhD students, 1 post-docs, 1 engineer and 1 administration officer.
Director: Azeddine Beghdadi
ATIV GROUP (PDF)
The team "Visual Information Processing and Analysis " was founded in 2003. The VIPA team currently comprises 13 tenure faculty members, 2 postdoc and 13 PhD students. The research topics developed in this team are focused primarily on issues related to the image analysis and processing. We develop bio-inspired approaches for visual information modeling, analysis, processing and coding. The team is structured in three research groups: "Quality and Representation of Multimedia Content", "Analysis of Multimedia Information and Learning" and "Adaptive Optics". The team is involved in several national and international projects.
NETWORK GROUP (PDF)
Network Group is involved in several research projects related to communications networks, multimedia communications, broadband networks and sensor networks with a focus on quality of service, routing, and allocation and control of resources on networks both wired and wireless.
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