Thesis Proposals of the Program's research lines are related to:

  • Autonomous navigation of a mini unmanned vehicle dedicated to bathymetry and exploration in shallow water.
  • Real-time design and control of a hydrographic platform affected by waves and sea currents
  • Stabilization of an underwater vehicle for flaws detection in pipelines.
  • Control based on the ZMP for walking a Humanoid Robot.
  • Control of trajectories in a hovercraft to perform bathymetry.
  • Locating System using a Particle Filter for a Humanoid Robot on a Soccer Field.
  • Study of the effects produced by degradation in V-type coupling bands in electric machines.
  • Study of an Online Functional Testing System (SPFL) applied in the Instrumented Security System (SIS) for emergency stop.
  • Three-phase standard flaw tolerant inverter based on material redundancy.
  • Modeling and design of controllers for permanent magnet synchronous motors using the Hamiltonian formulation controlled by ports.
  • Design of nonlinear observers based on passivity for synchronous permanent magnet motors.
  • Modeling and design of position controllers based on passivity for an unmanned quadricopter.
  • Design of position controllers in sliding mode for an unmanned quadricopter.
  • Development of detection algorithms of objects in presence of fluctuating bottom/background with power that depends on the presence of the object using the sequences of images.
  • Development of algorithms for detection of obscure objects for video monitoring systems.
  • Development of algorithms for size recognition of obscure objects in videos tracking systems.
  • Development of video systems for detection and tracking of floating objects on sea surface.
  • Development of adaptive algorithms for detecting multipixel objects in the presence of fluctuating background.
  • Development of size recognition systems of multipixel objects in the presence of the fluctuating background.
  • Robust control for the kapitza pendulum: attractive ellipsoid method.
  • Observer-based control for pendcon pendulum stability.
  • Sliding mode for stochastic systems.
  • A new stabilizing solution for planning and control of multiple robotic movements.
  • Low tracking control of stochastic noise of an autonomous underwater vehicle8.