The software SATAW-Tool,
multiple theoretical results regarding the presence of saturation
elements in the control loop, including analysis and design of
controllers and of anti-windup controllers, is now available.
Isabelle Queinnec is currently CNRS
researcher at LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse. She received
her PhD degree and HDR degree in automatic control in 1990 and 2000,
respectively, from University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse. Her current
research interests include constrained control and robust control of
processes, with particular interest in applications on aeronautical
systems, biochemical and environmental processes. She serves as member
of the IFAC technical committees on "Biosystems and Bioprocesses" and
on "Modelling and Control of Environmental Systems", respectively from
2002 and 2005.
The full list of my publications is
available on the publication
base of the LAAS ou directly here.
Less often updated, but definitively more readable, you can access the pdf publication list that I transmit to CNRS
every two years.
themes only considers a partial list of my publication, but
presented by research subjects. The pdf version of the papers are
sometimes given, and the publications may appear several times in the
list if required by their subject.
SATAW-Tool (SATuration AWare Tool) is
intended to gather multiple theoretical results regarding the
presence of saturation elements in the control loop. Simple functions for manipulating saturation elements
in the control loop are provided, which build LMI optimization problems
allowing analysis and design of controllers, including
controllers. The goal is not a commercial
product but a platform for academic cooperative exchanges and possible
demonstrations for small size application examples.
More details and the complete package are available here.
Laboratoire Ingénierie des
Systèmes Biologiques et des Procédés (LISBP),
observation and control of bioprocesses. Main subjects currently
concern biofilm growth
Partners: Etienne Paul, Mathieu Spérandio
Topic: Modelling and
interpretation of translational regulations by whole-genome data
Partners: Muriel Cocaign-Bousquet
University of Mons, Belgium
Topic: modelling, observation and control of wastewater treatment
Partner: Alain Vande Wouwer
Topic: Nonlinear control
Partners : Sophie Tarbouriech (LAAS), Eugênio de Bona Castelan
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do
Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, Brazil (1998-)
Topic: Analysis and synthesis of saturated control laws
Partners: Sophie Tarbouriech (LAAS), João Manoel Gomes da Silva
UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil
Topic: Robust control analysis and synthesis for uncertain, delayed and
saturated systems, bilinear systems
Partners : Sophie Tarbouriech
(LAAS), Pedro Luis Dias Peres
University of Rovira i Virgili (URV),
Topic: robust control of electrical devices (converters,
Partners: R. Leyva
University of Sevilla, Spain (2006-)
Topic: control of systems involving isolated nonlinearities
Partners: Sophie Tarbouriech (LAAS), Teodoro Alamo, Eduardo Camacho
Topic: active vibration control of high-speed parallel robots using
Partners: Luiz Douat (LAAS), Germain Garcia (LAAS), François
Pierrot, Cédric Baradat (Fatronik), Micael Michelin (Fatronik)
(2010/2011) Projet leader: Sébastien Pommier (LISBP, INSA Transfert)
Partners: LISBP, CRITT GPTE, Valbio, Proserpol and LAAS-CNRS
Topic: Modelling and prediction of methanisation units
NGCI − Convention ONERA (2010/2012) Project leader (for LAAS): Sophie Tarbouriech
Partners: AIRBUS, ONERA and LAAS-CNRS
Topic: New generations of control (nonlinear control, anti-windup
control...) in aeronautics
Direct research Contract with RECIF
Project leader: Isabelle Queinnec
Topic: Robust control of flexible manipulators for CD industries
Project leader: François
Partners: LIRMM, Cerebellum Automation, Fatronik and LAAS-CNRS.
Topic: This projet intends to imagine and build new technologies (both
mechanical architectures and associated control architechtures) for
high speed manipulation in robotics.
INRA Project AgroBI P04 (2006/2008)
Project leader: Muriel Cocaign-Bousquet (LISBP)
Partners: LISBP, Unité de Biochimie Bactérienne
(Unité INRA Jouy en Josas), Institut de Mathématique de
Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS.
Topic: I'm concerned with the modelling of interdependances
between the cellular components (RNAm and proteins), estimation of
enzyme synthesis rates and traduction efficiency of all genes, and
modelling of the underlying bacterial behaviour.
DPAC grant with SNECMA (2006)
Project leader for LAAS: Sophie Tarbouriech
Partners: ONERA Toulouse, SNECMA, LAAS-CNRS.
Topic: Analysis of the presence of isolated nonlinear elements
(saturation, relays, hysteresis, ...) in the closed-loop fuel flow-rate
control in a turboreactor.
GARTEUR project AG17 (2005/2007)
Project leader for LAAS:
Partners: DLR (Germany), FOI
(Sweden), NLR (The Netherlands), University of Leicester (UK),
University of Bristol (UK), ONERA (France), LAAS-CNRS, Airbus (France),
EADS (Germany), SAAB (Sweden).
Topic: Nonlinear analysis
and synthesis techniques in aircraft control, during take-off, landing
Convention de Recherche ADEME no
Project Leader : Nicolas Bernet (LBE)
Partners: LBE-INRA, LIPE-INSA, LAAS-CNRS (sub-contracting).
Topic: Analysis of anaerobic
digestion of solid wastes. I was concerned with the modelling aspects.