Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

Inria Associate Teams

  • Title: Analysis and control of fluid flows from image sequences

  • Inria principal investigator: Etienne Memin

  • International Partners (Institution - Laboratory - Researcher):

    • IRSTEA (France)

    • University of Buenos Aires (Argentina)

  • Duration: 2010 - 2012

  • See also: http://huracan.inria.fr

  • The HURACAN associated team is centered on the analysis and the control of fluid flows from image sequences. The research objectives of this team are organized into two distinct work axes. The first one aims at defining and studying visual servoing techniques for fluid flows control. In addition to the definition of efficient visual servoing schemes this axis of work gathers research issues related to fluid flows velocity measurement from images and to flows excitation through plasma actuators. The second research axis focuses on the coupling between large scales representations of geo-physical flows and image data. More precisely, it aims at studying means to define directly from the image sequences the small scales terms of the dynamics. This research axis includes the study of coupling models and data defined at different scales, problems of multiscale velocities estimation respecting turbulence phenomenological laws and issues of experimental validation.

Participation In International Programs

STIC AmSud project "Physics-based modeling of voice production" leaded by D. Sciamarella CNRS/LFD-FIUBA.

This project is an interdisciplinary project with researchers spanning from aeroacoustics to physiology, and from computational physics to phonetics. It aims at studying the mechanisms of human voice production system for applications ranging from man-machine communication to medical diagnosis.