The Control team is focused on the development of formalisms of modelling and Control dedicated to the systems of conversion of energy. The Energetic Macroscopic Representation (EMR) and the Vectorial Generalized Formalism (FVG) are multi-physic formalisms which allow to handle a wide field of application which focuses at present on the embarked electrical devices, the multiphase drives, the piezo-electric actuators and the electrified vehicles.
On the thema of development of electrified vehicles, the Control team leads the MEGEVH network (Energetic Management and Modelling of Hybrid Vehicle).
On the thema of the piezoelectric actuators, the Control team leads the STIMTAC project of the IRCICA for the development and the control of systems in tactile return. This activity is connected within the framework of the activities of the team MINT of Inria LNE.
Causal modelling, inversion-based control, electric drives, piezo-electric actuators, hybrid electric vehicles, multi-phase drives, HVDC netwoks
BOUSCAYROL Alain, Professor
GERMAN Ronan, Associate Professor
GIRAUD Frédéric, Associate Professor
GIRAUD-AUDINE Christophe, Associate Professor
KESTELYN Xavier, Professor
LEMAIRE-SEMAIL Betty, Professor
LHOMME Walter, Associate Professor
NGUYEN Ngac Ky, Associate Professor
SEMAIL Eric, Professor
AMBERG Michel, Research engineer
DEKIK Ilyes, Research engineer
GOMOZOV Oleg, Research engineer
Mario BERMUDEZ GUZMAN
Tiago José DOS SANTOS MORAES
Research programs : STIMTAC, MEGEVH
Local laboratories : CRISTAL, IEMN
Laboratories from others areas : LTE-IFSTTAR, FEMTO-ST, Laplace, CEA-List, IRENav, LPMT Mulhouse, LCFC Metz
Industries : Nexter System, PSA peugeot Citroen, Siemens, SNCF, ST-Microelectronics, Thales
International relations : Argentina (Rio Cuarto University), Belgium (Gent University, Louvain-Brussels University)), Canada (Trois Rivières and Sherbrooke Universities), China (Beihang University and Harbin Inst. of Tech.), Netherlands (Eindhoven Tech. University), Japan (Saitama University), Netherlands (Eindhoven University), Spain (Sevilla University), Switzerland (EPFL Ecole Polytechnique Lausanne), United-Kingdom (University of Birmingham)