Ph.D. student under the direction of H. Mounier

Thesis title: Parametric control of delayed flexible systems and application to sights.
Thesis abstract: The goal of the thesis is to explore all the actual techniques on parametric control and to apply them to the control of sights. Firstly, we focus on the control of systems with a few number of modes without delays, in order to get accustomed to the actual techniques and to see their limits. The complexity of the computation is in closed link with the order of the system, and grows exponentially with it, which is why we will probably need to explore other possibilities in order to compute controllers of systems of high order. Besides, another goal is to explore techniques of parametric control of delayed systems, which will require the study of different techniques. All the results will be compared to the ones obtained with Sagem's finite elements simulators.