LISN, located on the Orsay campus, is a research laboratory created in January 2021 due to the union of 7 LIMSI research groups and 7 LRI research teams. It is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) with CNRS, University Paris-Saclay, INRIA, and CentraleSupélec. LISN is a multidisciplinary research laboratory that brings together researchers and teacher-researchers from different disciplines in the Engineering and Information Sciences, as well as Life Sciences and Human and Social Sciences.

LISN hosts about 400 people, including 170 researchers and 150 Ph. D students. Its research forces cover a broad spectrum of fundamental and applied computer science and engineering science research. It is composed of five departments corresponding to interdisciplinary themes:

  • Algorithms, Learning and Computation
  • Interaction with Humans
  • Fluid Mechanics and Energy Mechanics
  • Data Science
  • Language Science and Technologies

The departments work together on five cross-cutting actions. The aim is to develop new directions and take advantage of the originality and diversity of the expertise of LISN members.

  • Deep Learning for Physics and Physics for Learning
  • Computer sciences and SHS
  • Arts and Sciences
  • Visualization and exploration of big data
  • Responsible Research

More information

Visit the laboratory website

Download LISN 2022 report

Contact

Director: Sophie ROSSET
sophie.rosset[at]lisn.upsaclay.fr

Latest submissions

Communication on a congress
09/01/2024
Communication on a congress
08/11/2024
Pre-submission / Working document
07/11/2024
Universal scaling laws in turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard convection with and without roughness
Lyse Brichet, Nathan Carbonneau, Elian Bernard, Romane Braun, Lucas Méthivier, Yann Fraigneau, Didier Lucor, Francesca Chillà, Anne Sergent, Julien Salort
Pre-submission / Working document
07/10/2024
PROCEEDINGS
07/10/2024
Recueil des contributions de la 27e Rencontre du Non-Linéaire (Paris 2024)
Éric Falcon, Marc Lefranc, François Pétrélis, Chi-tuong Pham
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