Research teams

CRIM puts at your disposal four highly qualified teams of experts.

Advanced Software Modeling and Development

Advanced Software Modeling and Development

The Advanced Software Modeling and Development team of CRIM specializes in the development of methods and prototype tools to help system and distributed software designers improve the quality and security of their products while decreasing development time.
Emerging Technologies and Data Science

Emerging Technologies and Data Science

The Emerging Technologies and Data Science team develops and maintains a cutting-edge expertise, particularly in the areas of the Web, mobile technology, advanced analytics, Big Data and the development of collaborative platforms. The team’s mandates are mainly geared towards the development of customized technologies, in collaborative mode.
Speech and Text

Speech and Text

The Speech and Text team of CRIM offers research and support technology services in the area of signal processing and speech. Our technologies have a proven track record in the areas of real-time closed-captioning, multimedia indexing, voice biometrics and post-synchronization assistance.
Vision and Imaging

Vision and Imaging

The Vision and Imagery team specializes in the digital analysis and processing of visual information arising from various sources. It develops algorithms and customized software solutions for any type of control, tracking, exploration, recognition or diagnosis application that requires automated handling and interpretation of visual data in images or videos.

Recent news

  • Projet en vitrine : Le Solutionneur
    15/09/2017

    Saviez-vous que Le Solutionneur a été utilisé par 120 écoles secondaires du Québec pour confectionner les horaires pour la rentrée scolaire 2017 de 101 000 élèves ?

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Upcoming event

  • Technologies émergentes, tendances et perspectives
    2 October 2017 8:30
    Université Laval - Pavillon Desjardins (Québec)
    Une conférence d'ISACA-Québec en partenariat avec le CRIM qui se tiendra le 2 octobre 2017 à l'Université Laval à Québec.
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Recent Publications

  • PeopleBot

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  • Fine-grained domain classification of text using TERMIUM Plus

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