International Conference on Electronic Engineering and Renewable Energy 2018

Nacer Kouider M’Sirdi:


is professor at Polytech Marseille and Aix Marseille University (AMU). He got the Phd in Electronics at ENSERG shool of INPG Grenoble (1983) and the Doctorat d’Etat in adaptive signal processing for non- stationary signals at the ENSIEG of INPG, Grenoble, in 1988 (Laboratory of Automatic of Grenoble). He was assistant professor, in signal processing and automatic control, in University of Paris 6 in 1987 and Professor at University of Versailles in 1993 where he created a master specialised in Mechatronic of Robotic Systems (Option MSR in the DEA of Robotics). His research was done in the Laboratory of Robotics of Paris. He was the dean of the research Laboratory of Robotics of Versailles (the LRV that he has created in 2000), from 2000 to 2004. From 2005 up to now, he is a research member of the LSIS (UMR CNRS 7296). His main research activities deal with adaptive and robust control, signal processing, diagnosis and observation for complex systems such as vehicles and robots. In 2009 he has created the VSAS research project on Variable Structure Automatic Systems (SASV), for fundamental research in automatic control and optimization of Variable Structure Systems with commutations. The considered class of systems (VSAS) is multi components (using multiple connected models with commutations) involving exchanges between several parts of the system and the environment. This the case in one of vehicules and mobile systems application and also the case of Systems with Multiple Renewable Energy Sources. Applications of his research activities deal in one hand on vehicles and autonomous robots applications and in another hand on MACSyME project (Modeling Analysis and Control of Systems with Multiple Energy sources). Recently he has proposed to create the MERIE group (Mediterranean Efficient and Renewable Intelligent Energies) in the RMEI network. The aim of this group ( is to promote compatible and efficient renewable energies in Mediterranean countries. Recently NK M’Sirdi has created the HyRES Lab, an international collaboration laboratory which includes up to 14 Mediterranean cooperating teams coming from 8 different countries (


In this Keynote, we will first present the research objective of the SASV research group of the LSIS in Aix Marseille University. The HyRES (Hybrid Renewable Energy Sources), efficient EMS (Energy Management Systems) will be introduced for robust decentralized power grids that can cope with Mediterranean countries. Energy Management Systems when dealing with renewable energies, need robust predictions for the load demands satisfaction and for control of power production of each one of the sources (either active or not).

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