Our research work lies at the crossroads between more theoretical fundamental research and application-oriented methodological research. The desire to unlock scientific, industrial and technological barriers calls for upstream skills and systems knowledge. The applications targeted are in the field of electrical engineering, and more specifically synchronous machines. In this direction, the research work is based on the fine modeling of physical systems with a view to the control (identification, control, observation) of these electrical systems, with the particularity of aiming at the rapid prototyping of these to embed the algorithms on microcontroller targets. The interest of this work lies precisely in this link between the type of control strategy and its implementation in an embedded microcontroller, and presents original work from the automatician’s point of view.
Automatic for power electronics
Control, Observation, Identification
Sliding mode control
Optimization methods (LMI)
Multi-tasks, realtime, emebedded solutions
Experimentation, test bench design