Jean-Marc Biannic

Research Scientist in Dynamics and Control.

Senior Lecturer at ISAE/SUPAERO Engineering School

 

EDUCATION

1992: Graduated from Supaéro Engineering school 
1996: PhD degree in Automatic Control (robust control theory)
2010: HDR degree from University of Toulouse (PhD supervising)
2011: ERE distinction (Professor grade at ISAE)

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

► LPV control and Gain scheduling
► Robustness analysis versus LTI/LTV uncertainties
► Stability and performance analysis of saturated systems
► Anti-windup design
► LFT modeling for nonlinear systems in quasi-LPV format
► Aircraft control applications
► Satellite attitude control systems

RECENT PAPERS

► Linear Parameter Analysis of Switched Controllers for Attitude Control Systems. J-M. Biannic, C. Roos and C. Pittet. Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, 34(5): 1561-1567. Sept. 2011.
Optimization and implementation of dynamic anti-windup compensators in aircraft control systems with multiple saturations.  J-M. Biannic and S. Tarbouriech. Control Engineering 17(6): 703-713. June 2009. 
► A convex characterization of dynamically constrained anti-windup controllers. C. Roos and J-M. Biannic. Automatica 44(9): 2449-2452. Sept. 2008.
► Convex design of a robust anti-windup controller for an LFT model. G. Ferreres and J-M. Biannic. IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control 52(11): 2173-2177. Nov. 2007.
► Design and analysis of fighter aircraft flight control laws. J-M. Biannic, C. Roos and A. Knauf. European Journal of Control 12(1): 71-85. Jan. 2006.

TOOLBOXES

► SMT : the Skew Mu Toolbox
► AWAST : the Anti-Windup Analysis and Synthesis Toolbox
► LFRT-SLK : a Simulink interface for the LFR Toolbox
► SMAC : Systems Modeling, Analysis and Control Toolbox

Contact information

ONERA/DCSD - Centre de Toulouse
2 avenue Edouard Belin, BP 74025, 31055 Toulouse cedex, France
33 5 62 25 29 16
Jean-Marc.Biannic at onera.fr
http://jm.biannic.free.fr/
 
 

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This Toolbox is dedicated to the robustness analysis of LTI systems with mixed uncertainties. Several tools are available in this package to compute either upper or lower bounds of the structured singular value µ over a frequency interval.

To evaluate a guaranteed robustness margin, the main routine of this toolbox is mu_margin. Unlike most other available tools, this routine is LMI-free and still works for large order systems. Moreover, it provides a guaranteed upper-bound without missing any critical frequency which is a central weakpoint of frequency-domain grid-based approaches.

These tools have been developped by Gilles Ferreres and Jean-Marc Biannic from 1999 to 2004.  For further details, please refer to the follwing references:

► G.Ferreres, J-M. Biannic. A µ-Analysis technique without frequency gridding. In proceedings of American Control Conference, Boston, June 1998.
► G. Ferreres, J-M. Biannic. Reliable computation of the robustness margin for a flexible aircraft. Control Engineering Practice. 9(12) : 1267-1278, Dec. 2001.
► G. Ferreres, J-F. Magni, J-M. Biannic. Robustness analysis of flexible systems: Practical algorithms. International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control. 13(8) : 715-733, July 2003.

Before downloading the package with the link provided at the bottom of this page please read the licence agreement below.

LICENCE AGREEMENT DISCLAIMER

► You are free to use any of the files of the SMT toolbox for personal or academic use. The express permission of the authors is required for any commercial use.
► You can redistribute the toolbox and its manuals without modification provided that it is for a non commercial purpose. Redistribution in any commercial form including CD-ROM or any other media is hereby forbidden, unless with the express written permission of the authors.
► Neither the authors nor ONERA accept any responsibility or liability with regard to this software that is licensed on an "as is" basis. There will be no duty on authors or ONERA to correct any errors or defects in the software.

Click here to download the package.

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This Toolbox is dedicated to the stability and performance analysis of linear saturated systems and to anti-windup design.

This page is still under construction. Please wait.

 

 

 

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- - - LFR  TOOLBOX  WITH  SIMULINK  INTERFACE - -  

 

The LFR Toolbox was initially developed by Jean-François Magni (research director in ONERA) who passed away in January 2008.  This toolbox is based on the notion of LFR objects which extends standard state-space representations to incorporate uncertainties and nonlinearities. See also SMAC Toolbox for further details.

With the link provided at the bottom of this page, you will ne able to download the LFRT Toolbox version 2.0 developed in 2006 together with its Simulink interface with which it becomes very easy to build linear interconnections of LFR objects and perform simulations. Note that these tools are currently beeing entirely re-designed to further exploit recent functionnalities provided with Matlab. The Simulink interface in a near future will be much easier to use. Such evolutions of ours tools will be intergrated in the SMAC Toolbox. 

 

Before downloading the package with the link provided at the bottom of this page please read the licence agreement below.

LICENCE AGREEMENT DISCLAIMER

► You are free to use any of the files of the SMT toolbox for personal or academic use. The express permission of the authors is required for any commercial use.
► You can redistribute the toolbox and its manuals without modification provided that it is for a non commercial purpose. Redistribution in any commercial form including CD-ROM or any other media is hereby forbidden, unless with the express written permission of the authors.
► Neither the authors nor ONERA accept any responsibility or liability with regard to this software that is licensed on an "as is" basis. There will be no duty on authors or ONERA to correct any errors or defects in the software.

Click here to download the package.

 

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--- - SMAC : Systems Modeling Analysis & Control --- 

 

 

SMAC is an ambitious ONERA internal research project which has started in 2012. The main objective is to develop an unified toolbox with improved and up-to-date tools for LFR modeling, robustness analysis and robust control design of structured controllers.

To access the dedicated webpage including links to download trial versions of parts of the Toolbox, just click on  SMAC here.

 

 

 

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SMAC dedicated webpage is not available yet but shortly. Please come back soon or contact us for more details !