2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation
Anchorage, Alaska, May 3-8, 2010
"Signals Measurement and Estimation Techniques Issues in the Micro/Nano-World"
- Micky Rakotondrabe, CÚdric ClÚvy, Ioan Alexandru Ivan and Nicolas Chaillet
Automatic Control and Micro-Mechatronic Systems (AS2M) Department,
UMR CNRS 6174 - UFC / ENSMM / UTBM,
24, rue Alain Savary,
25000 Besanšon - FRANCE.
Observer Techniques Applied to the Control of Piezoelectric Microactuators.
We present here the use of sensors, observers and self-sensing techniques to control piezoelectric actuators, particularly piezocantielevers.
First, the feedback control with full measurements (all variables are measured) is presented.
Because of the lack of convenient sensors for the microworld, non-full measurements combined with observer techniques is proposed.
Finally, the self-sensing principle, where the actuator is at the same time sensor, is applied and used for the feedback.
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Bio of the speakers
Micky Rakotondrabe holds the PhD degree on Automatic Control from the UniversitÚ Franche-ComtÚ in Besanšon in 2006. He is currently an associate professor
at the Automatic Control and MicroMechatronics Systems (AS2M) department of FEMTO-ST Institute in Besanšon. He is also a permanent lecturer at the UniversitÚ de
Franche-ComtÚ in Besanšon. In the field of micro/nano world, his research includes the development, modeling, signal estimation and control of piezoelectric microsystems, especially
accounting the nonlinearities, vibrations, and environmental disturbances.
Position of MIcky Rakotondrabe (since Sept 2019) is: Full Professor, ENIT
(National School of Engineering in Tarbes)
Alex Ivan own an engineer diploma in applied physics issued by the University of Bucharest. In 2006 he defended his Ph.D. thesis in microelectronics at
Franche-ComtÚ University, France. His current position is a Marie Curie Fellow of the 7th EU Framework Program at Automatic Control and Micro-Mechatronic
Systems Department (AS2M) from FEMTO-ST Institute of Besanšon, France. He also take a permanent lecturer position at Electrical Engineering Faculty
from Valahia University of TÔrgoviste, Romania.
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