- Safety and security of systems: A global and tooled approach to the security analysis of network systems (material, software, systems)
- Wave physics (electromagnetic, acoustic), interaction with the environment and associated sensing systems (RADAR, SAR, SONAR, PASSIVE ACOUSTICS…)
- Robotic sensing, drone systems
- Information processing, decision theory and artificial intelligence
Extensive experimental facilities
On campus, the lecturers, PhD students and research engineers have access to many facilities : drone systems, hydrographic vessels, an amphibious vehicle, a test tank, sensors, an anechoic chamber, a software-defined radio platform (SDR).
Abuilding dedicated to cybersecurity activities was entirely renovated in 2019. There is now 850 m² of floor space including a secure access area dedicated to these activities.
5 strategic research projects led to 5,6 M€ of new equipment from 2015 to 2020 (financed by the CPER1)
Joint laboratories and chairs
"Lateral", "WAVES", and since 2019 "Transnum", "SENI", "Cyberdefense of Naval Systems Chair": these joint initiatives have enabled excellent research projects to be developed in close collaboration with industries in response to their strategic requirements.
The Lab-STICC Laboratory
The information science and technology research activities are led within the Lab-STICC : a research pole which strongly interacts with its socio-economic environment. The Lab-STICC is a concentration of multiple extremely high level skills in digital and communicating systems. Its excellence and important scientific production have earned it a solid international reputation.
The laboratory is organized in 11 teams divided among 3 scientific poles to which ENSTA Bretagne contributes.
On 1 January 2020, ENSTA Bretagne joined the CominLabs Center of Excellence Laboratory. This unites the Breton and Ligerian teams on questions concerning telecommunications, networks, cybersecurity, communication, imagery and big data