CNRS - IPAL - IMAGE & PERVASIVE ACCESS LAB
IPAL is a joint research international laboratory representing French and Singaporean partners in the field of Inclusive Smart Cities & Digital Health. Based in Singapore and formed in 1998, IPAL became a UMI CNRS lab in 2007, the highest scientific rank among the CNRS labs overseas. IPAL research activities benefit from close collaboration between its French partners: CNRS, Institute Mines-Télécom, Pierre & Marie Curie-Sorbonne University and University of Grenoble-Alpes, and Singaporean partners: Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R-A*STAR) and National University of Singapore (NUS). IPAL holds two associated partners: University of Toulouse and Bio-Informatics Institute (BII/A*STAR).
IPAL activities focus in enhancing the quality of life of ageing population in collaboration with institutions and healthcare providers. Its research is in line with the Smart Nation initiative launched in Singapore and is supported by Horizon 2020, with City4Age and PULSE, EU–supported projects on developing elderly–friendly city services for active and healthy ageing. IPAL also collaborates with PSA Group on Digital Health and Well-being, creating an international framework for collaborative research projects with industrial partners.
-Semantic reasoning for urban data
-Web and social media data analytics
-Deep learning and multimodal big data
-Multi-level methods for egocentric vision
-Formal verification and model checking
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#21-01 Connexis (South Tower)