DMI is a multidisciplinary research department in Mathematics, Computer Science, Control and Mecatronics, with about 50 faculty members, 30 PhD students and post-docs.
DMI is organized into five research teams:
- Numeric Symbolic Computation and Optimization (CANSO) : Computer algebra, Algorithms for functional and differential equations, Curves and algebraic systems, Interactions between symbolic and numeric computations, Semi-algebraic optimization, Numerical optimization, Variational analysis, Shape optimization, Automation, Mechatronics.
- Information Protection, Cryptography and Coding (PICC) : Public key Cryptography, Filtered registers, Error Correcting Codes, Applied Arithmetic
- Realistic Image Synthesis (SIR) : The "Realistic Image Synthesis" group's main area of expertise concerns realistic rendering techniques for computer graphics. Real-time rendering, animation and visualization (e.g. scientific visualization) are also investigated.
- Smart Secure Devices (SSD) : Study and improvement of information systems security, Tools and methods to evaluate their security
- Number Theory (TN) : The Number Theory project deals with several interests: local and global algebraic theories in characteristic 0 and p, as well as archimedean and ultrametric analytic approaches.