Cutting-Edge, Cross-Disciplinary Research
The laboratory stands out for its lasting relationships with industrial partners through its research chairs and joint laboratories.
The LTCI is accredited for the quality of its partnership-based research as part of Institut Carnot Télécom & Société Numérique. The LTCI also has close ties with the I3 laboratory (Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation), which brings together the economic and social sciences research projects carried out at Télécom Paris.
In 2018, the High Council for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education (Hcéres), evaluated the LTCI as “being exceptional in quality with publications in the best journals and conferences”.
One year of Reasearch and Innovation
Consult the Télécom Paris 2019-2020 research activity report: 84 pages, 19 research teams (LTCI and i3 laboratories), concrete examples of fundamental and applied research work and numerous illustrations.
- Autonomous Critical Embedded Systems [ACES]
- Circuits & Communications Systems [C2S]
- Cybersecurity for Communication and Networking [CCN]
- Data, Intelligence, Graphs [DIG]
- Design Interaction Visualization and Applications [DIVA]
- Digital Communications [ComNum]
- Image, Modeling, Analysis, Geometry, Synthesis [IMAGES]
- Mathematics for Information, Communication and Computing [MC2]
- Multimedia [MM]
- Networks, Mobility and Services [RMS]
- Optical Telecommunications [GTO]
- Quantum Information and Applications [IQA]
- Radio Frequency and Microwaves [RFM²]
- Secure and Safe Hardware [SSH]
- Signal, Statistics and Learning [S2A]
- System on Chip [LabSoc]
The LTCI Laboratory regularly organizes seminars that cut across several disciplines.
- Critical Embedded Systems Seminar
- Data Science Seminar
- IP Paris DSIT Faculty Day
- LTCI-i3 Seminar
- Samovar – LTCI Workshop: Probabilistic Methods in Computational Statistics
- Samovar Seminar- LTCI 2019
Annals of Telecommunications
Annals of Telecommunications, founded in 1946, is an international
journal publishing original peer-reviewed papers in the field of telecommunications. It is indexed in Scopus and Thomson Reuters, which has set an impact factor of 1.546 for 2019. The Journal covers all the essential branches of telecommunications from technologies (SOC devices, optical communication, microwaves and antennas, IOT) to digital communications and signal processing (information theory, coding, MIMO), software and protocols (communication networks, digital security, services) and uses and economics (health, mobility, trust, privacy, legal and regulation issues). It provides a medium for exchanging research results and technological achievements accomplished by the international scientific community from academia and industry.
Joint work with NUS (Singapore) on data science
Joint work with UCSB (Univ. California Santa Barbara) on photonics laser sources
Director of the LTCI
- Talel AbdessalemDirector of Research and Director of the LTCITélécom Parisemailemail
Quantum cryptography experimental battle-testingDigital Trust — 05/05/2021Researchers from Télécom Paris have shown that a given security vulnerability can lead to attack paths exhibiting different experimental [...]
Shedding some light on black box algorithmsData Science & AI, Faculty Members — 07/04/2021Winston Maxwell, legal researcher, and Florence d’Alché-Buc, researcher in machine learning, both at Télécom [...]
A year of research and innovationFaculty Members, Innovation — 10/03/2021The generously illustrated 84-page document depicts the great variety of scientific fields, research projects and applications [...]
Realising free-space communication with quantum cascade lasersFaculty Members, Very Large Networks and Systems — 18/12/2020Frédéric Grillot and Olivier Spitz at Télécom Paris have developed specific lasers [...]
How will we interact with the virtual reality?Design interaction perception, Faculty Members — 24/11/2020The ways we interact with technology change over time and adapt to fit different contexts, bringing new [...]
Boolean functions: George Boole prize awarded to Sihem MesnagerFaculty Members — 10/11/2020The George Boole prize was awarded in September 2020 to Sihem Mesnager, associate researcher with the [...]
Giant pulses in quantum cascade photonic devices reportedVery Large Networks and Systems — 09/11/2020For the first time, giant pulses in quantum cascade lasers have been reported by researchers from Télécom [...]
Social robotics today and tomorrow: an overviewDesign interaction perception, Faculty Members — 12/10/2020Chloé Clavel, Professor in Affective Computing at Télécom Paris, was involved in this talk about [...]
Isabelle Bloch, Professor at Télécom Paris, EurAI FellowData Science & AI, Faculty Members — 08/10/2020She was promoted for her research in the field of artificial intelligence, and in particular hybrid AI.
Four positions opened to work on extracting complex information from natural language textData Science & AI — 02/10/2020We are looking for two PhD, one Postdoc, and one Research Engineer.
The entire multimedia production chain with GPACInnovation — 21/07/2020GPAC provides tools to process, inspect, package, stream, playback and interact with media content.
Why facial recognition algorithms can’t be perfectly fairDigital Trust, Faculty Members — 20/07/2020By W. Maxwell and S. Clémençon. Facial recognition algorithms have been shown to be less accurate for [...]
Thesis Prizes 2020: and the winners are…PhD — 16/07/2020On July 3, the 5th edition of the Télécom Paris thesis prize took place. The three winners presented their doctoral work and its [...]
The latest version of leading knowledge database, YagoData Science & AI — 24/06/2020Yago 4 is now based on Wikidata and schema.org and contains a total of 50 millions entities.
Spatial Computing, the next paradigm of HCIDesign interaction perception — 15/06/2020With four papers and a workshop accepted at ACM CHI conference, Jan Gugenheimer, Assistant Professor in Human-Computer [...]