You are here


The CREATE team is a multidisciplinary team, open and currently composed of permanent teachers-researchers from sections CNU 25 and 27 and PhD students. It is interested in the development of security solutions and using artificial intelligence to solve various challenges related to connected objects.

Research areas:

The issues related to connected objects are

  • Securing communications
  • IoT security
  • Protection of privacy and sensitive data
  • Reduction of energy consumption
  • Processing of massive data (Big Data)

These issues must be taken into account in the context of the mobility of objects, the diversity of objects (from connected watches to cars and flying drones), the communication protocols (from CAN-type embedded wire networks to optical communication protocols and those based on radio technologies), the fields of application (from health to the military and the home), and the nature of the environments in which these objects are used (hostile or, on the contrary, hospital environments)



  • CNAM (Paris)
  • L3I (La Rochelle)
  • LaBRI (Bordeaux)
  • LIMOS (Clermont-Ferrand)
  • Royal Holloway University of London (UK)
  • University of Aberdeen (UK)
  • City University of Hong Kong (HK)
  • University of Carthage, SUP'Com (TN)
  • University Mouloud Mammeri of Tizi-Ouzou (DZ)
  • University of Mascareignes (MU)
  • University of Boumerdes (DZ)
  • Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (SN)
  • University Houari Boumediène (DZ)

National and international research programmes:

  • Region "Li-Fi Technology for Body Sensor Networks
  • Region "Drone Ball Cup: Aerial Drones Playing Volleyball & Netball
  • Region on the use of Artificial Intelligence for the manufacture of a cement that uses less energy and produces less CO2 (with IRCER)
  • With the CHU (EpiMact laboratory - Inserm) and in collaboration with the University of Mascareignes, on the analysis by artificial intelligence of massive data from health objects of patients with diabetes)
  • ANR MobiS5 (Security and privacy in 5G mobile networks)
  • ANR MOMENT (Multi-users wireless access techniques fOr MassivE machiNe-Type communications)