The Faculty of Applied Sciences from Bethune, hosting the LGI2A
Photo: Artois university
The LGI2A laboratory (Laboratory of Computer Engineering and Automation of Artois) is a host team of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research (UR 3926).
This laboratory was created in 2000. It currently is composed of more than fifteen research lecturers within a single "Decision support" team. This team revolves around two major scientific themes : Optimization of Complex Systems, Uncertainty management.
Our laboratory's flagship applications focus on sustainable logistics and mobility.
In this application field, we are looking for the improvement of the movement of people using new advances in information and communication technologies.
Our objective is to take economic, social and environmental aspects into account when planning processes in logistics chains, logistics and production management.
The Decision and Information Fusion theme (DFI) deals with decision support problems in the presence of imperfect information. The main tool used is the Dempster-Shafer theory of belief functions, which extends the probability theory by representing the degrees of belief by non-additive measures.
Le thème concentre ses efforts principalement sur les méthodes de résolution de problèmes réputés difficiles à résoudre et souvent de nature combinatoire que l’on rencontre dans les systèmes logistiques.