Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

Inria Associate Teams Not Involved in an Inria International Labs

  • Title: Homogeneity Tools for Sliding Mode Control and Estimation

  • International Partner (Institution - Laboratory - Researcher):

    • UNAM (Mexico), Departamento de Ingeniería de Control y Robótica, Leonid Fridman

  • Start year: 2016

  • See also: https://team.inria.fr/non-a/asso-team-hotsmoce/

  • The team Non-A is developing an estimation theory, built around differential algebra and operational calculation on the one hand, and high gain algorithms (such as sliding mode) on the other hand. The Mexican partner team comes from "Sliding Mode Control" laboratory of UNAM. There exists a strong intersection of interests of both teams (application of homogeneity for design of sliding mode control and estimation algorithms, and analysis of finite-time stability). That is why there exists a long history of collaboration between these two teams. The goal of the project is development of control and estimation algorithms converging in fixed or in finite time by applying the last generation sliding mode techniques and the homogeneity theory. The project realization is planned in the form of short-time visits of permanent staff and visits of PhD students for a long period of stay. Such visits are very important for young scientists, and also help Non-A team to prepare and find good PhDs/post-docs for future.

Inria International Partners

Informal International Partners
  • Emilia Fridman, Tel Aviv University, Israel

  • Leonid Fridman, UNAM, Mexico

  • Jaime Moreno, UNAM, Mexico

  • Johannes Schiffer, Leeds University, UK

  • ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

  • Eva Zerz, Aachen University, Germany

Participation in Other International Programs

PHC Amadeus “Computer Algebra and Functional Equations”, 2016-2017, with the University of Limoges (XLIM) and the University of Linz (Austria).