DIGISPORT relies on the expertise
of 8 partner research units in Rennes
encompassing the different research fields.

The partner research laboratories share a common scientific goal and cooperate to create a new training curriculum anchored in scientific and economic reality.

The “Movement, Sport and health Sciences” laboratory (M2S) is a team of scientists and clinicians working together for a better understanding of the effects of physical activity and sports on health and performance. By combining biomechanical and biological approaches, M2S develops knowledge for physical activity recommendations to prevent health disorders or improve quality of life of chronic diseases and develops innovative research to prevent injuries and improve performance.

IRISA is today one of the largest French research laboratory in the field of computer science and information technologies.
Structured into seven scientific departments, the laboratory is a research center of excellence with scientific priorities such as bioinformatics, systems security, new software architectures, virtual reality, big data analysis and artificial intelligence.

The study of physical and sporting activity in various contexts (school, associations, prison, business, autonomous, etc.) is the main focus of the research unit. Two themes structure the laboratory's activities : physical and sporting activities as a vector for socialisation
and physical and sporting activities as spaces for political actions and factors for innovation.

IETR performs research in 6 main areas : Antennas and microwave devices including associated multipurpose equipment, Signal
and Communications (digital communications, signal processing, embedded electronics), Waves and Signals (propagation, localization, remote sensing, etc.), Imagery (analysis and processing), Microelectronics and micro-sensors, Automatic.

The Center for Research in Economics and Statistics (CREST) is a leading French scientific institution for advanced research on quantitative methods applied to the social sciences. CREST is a joint interdisciplinary unit of research and faculty members of CNRS, ENSAE Paris, ENSAI and the Economics Department of Ecole Polytechnique. Its activities are located physically in the ENSAE Paris building on the Palaiseau campus of Institut Polytechnique de Paris and on the Ker-Lann campus of ENSAI Rennes.

The LP3C (Psychology Laboratory: Cognition, Behaviour and Communication) performs experimental research in psychology, including the fields of social psychology, cognitive psychology, ergonomics psychology, differential psychology, developmental psychology and education, with four major research areas.

The CREAD is jointly supported by Rennes 2 (R2) and Brest (UBO) universities. The unit brings together researchers of various disciplinary background who are all working on questions linked to education in the broadest sense of the word.

The institute is a general laboratory on mathematics that organises its research around three themes: randomness (probabilities, stochastic processes, statistics & dynamic systems), analysis (from equations to partial, numeral and mechanic derivatives) and geometry (algebra, analytics, formal calculation and cryptography).