• Digital World and Robotics
  • Energy and Environment

Self-Organizing Future Ubiquitous Networks (FUN)

Research team


FUN designs self-organizing solutions for constrained wireless networks, guaranteeing communication security and frugal use of resources (energy, memory, bandwidth, etc.), allowing to know what data to send, to whom, how and why, on any immaterial medium (radio frequency, communication by light, etc).


  • Nathalie Mitton
    Team manager


40 avenue Halley


Self-Organizing Future Ubiquitous Networks


Effectif total : 16

Personnel de recherche : 16



• Environmental monitoring
• Area/security monitoring
• Monitoring
• Geo-location
• Intelligent RFID network management
• Retail
• Self-organization
• Activity order
• Data routing for wireless sensor and robot networks
• Radio frequency identification

Example(s) of projects

• Object location by RFID tags
• Protection of rhinos against poaching
• Remote monitoring of environmental parameters

Example(s) of publications

See the full list of our publications here.

Collaborations/Partners/Scientific clients

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (Italy), Roma Tre University (Italy), University of Sfax (Tunisia)

Collaborations/Partners/Private Clients

Alstom, GS1, Alcatel, Thales, Orange, Oxylane, Auchan, SenCrop, NooliTic, Atos, Traxens, Hikobe

Services offers

Services provided

We are unable to offer any services at this time.

Consulting services

We provide consulting services related to all our areas of expertise.


Affiliated institutions / organisations

Doctoral schools

Competitive cluster

Regional strategic areas of activity

  • Digital World and Robotics
    • Cybersecurity and digital trust
    • Engineering, software design, open source software
    • Robotics, cobotics, Human-Machine interaction
    • Telecom, networks, photonics
  • Energy and Environment
    • Smart grids