Nonlinear & Adaptive Control Laboratory

 

Mamadou Diagne                               

Postdoc Researcher

Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan
G. G. Brown Laboratory, 2350 Hayward, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

E-Mail: mdiagne@umich.edu



Principal Investigators:

Prof. Kira Barton University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Prof. Miroslav Krstic University of California San Diego

 

Teaching at the University of California San Diego

Control of Distributed Parameter Systems. MAE 287, Fall 2014.

 

Research Interests:

·Partial Differential Equations with Moving Boundary  and Interface.

·Modeling and Control of Physical Systems of Conservation Laws : Heat and Mass Transport Phenomena.

·Nonlinear Delay  Systems Control.

·Port-Hamiltonian Systems.

Applications: Extrusion Process in Food and Polymers Industries,  Extrusion-based as 3D Printing Process, Electrohydrodynamic-Jet (E-jet) Printing (Micro/Nano-Additive Manufacturing), Network of Flow Transportation (Shallow Water Equations, Saint-Venant Exner, Bilayer Saint-Venant Model, Continuum model of supply chains), Metal/Ice Melting Processes, Rolling Metal Processes.

 Past Position:

·PostDoc Fellow at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of the University of California San Diego, CA (2013-2015) Principal Investigator: Prof. Miroslav Krstic.

Next Position:

·Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.

Education:

·PhD in Control Engineering (2013), Université Claude Bernard Lyon I, Villeurbanne, France.

Topic : "Modeling and Control of Systems of Conservation Laws coupled Through an Moving Interface : Application to an Extrusion Process." Advisor: Prof. Bernhard Maschke, Université Claude Bernhard Lyon I, Villeurbanne, France.

·Master of Science in Control Engineering (2009),  Université Claude Bernhard Lyon I, Villeurbanne, France.

Teaching Experience:

Teaching Assistant at Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University, Villeurbanne, France.

2009- 2013 : Automatic Control (100 hours), Signal Processing (93 hours), Computer Science (90 hours).

International Seminars:

1. December 2015 : Seminar at the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.

Title: PDE Control and Parameter Estimation: Application to Additive Manufacturing and Process Engineering.

2. March 2015 : Seminar at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.

Title: PDE Control and Parameter Estimation: Application to Additive Manufacturing and Process Engineering.

3. October 2014 : Seminar at the Department of Chemical Engineering of Carnegie Mellon University: Prof. Erik Ydstie Research group.

Title: Delay-Compensated Bang Bang Control for Screw Extruder-Based Additive Manufacturing.

4. June 2011 : Invited to the Workshop of 14th ISEM on semigroup theory, Heinrich Fabri Institut, Blaubeuren (Germany).

Presented the work : Dissipative (Port-Hamiltonian) Systems

Project coordinator : Prof. Hans Zwart (University of Twente, The Netherland).

5. GDR-MACS Working Groups (France)

Feb. 2013: Transport equations over time varying domains and their associated interface dynamics.

Sept. 2013: From transport equations to state-dependent input delay system : application to an extrusion process.

Project:

ANR Blanc SIMI3 (ANR-11-BS03-0002) HAMECMOPSYS: Approche Hamiltonienne pour l'analyse et la commande des systèmes multiphysiques à paramètres distribués. 2012-2013.

Visiting Positions:

October 2014 : Invited by Prof. Erik Ydstie at Department of Chemical Engineering of Carnegie Mellon University.

Feb. and June 2012 : Invited by Prof. Jean-Michel Coron at LJLL (Laboratoire Jacques Louis Lions),  Université Pierre et Marie Cury.

Publications

· Published Journal Papers:

1. Diagne M., Dos Santos Martins V., Couenne F., Maschke B., Jallut C., Modélisation d’un procédé d’extrusion pardeux systèmes d’équations d’évolution couplés par une interface mobile, Méthodes numériques et applications des systèmes à paramètres répartis, JESA, VOL 45/7-102011, pp.665-691.

2. Dos Santos Martins V., Rodrigues  M., Diagne M.,  A Multi-Models Approach of Saint-Venants Equations : A Stability Study by LMI, International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science 22, 3, pp : 539-550 (2012).

3. Diagne M., Maschke B., Port Hamiltonian formulation of a system of two conservation laws with a moving interface, in European Journal of Control) , December 2013, Volume 19, Issue 6, Pages 495–504.

4. Diagne M., Shang P., Wang Z., Feedback stabilization for the mass balance equations of a food extrusion process IEEE-TAC (to appear).

5. Diagne M., Shang P., Wang Z., Well-posedness and exact controllability of the mass balance equations for an extrusion process Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences (MMAS) (to appear).

6. Diagne A., Diagne M., Tang S., Krstic, M., Backstepping Stabilization of the Linearized Saint-Venant-Exner Model, Automatica (provisionally accepted). 

7. H. Anfinsen, M. Diagne, O. M. Aamo, and M. Krstic, An adaptive observer design for n+1 coupled linear hyperbolic PDEs based on swapping, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, to appear.

8. Diagne M., Bekiaris-Liberis N., Krstic, M., Time- and State-Dependent Input Delay-Compensated Bang-Bang Control of a Screw Extruder for 3D Printing, IJRNC (International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control) (under review).

9. M. Diagne, N. Bekiaris-Liberis, A. Otto, and M. Krstic, Control of transport PDE/nonlinear ODE cascades with state-dependent propagation speed, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (under review).

10.  H. Anfinsen, M. Diagne, O. M. Aamo, and M. Krstic, Estimation of boundary parameters in general heterodirectional linear hyperbolic systems, Automatica, (under review).

11. A. Diagne, S. Tang, M. Diagne, and M. Krstic, Stabilization of the bilayer Saint-Venant model by backstepping boundary control, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (under review).

· Conference Papers :

1. Dos Santos Martins V., Rodrigues M., Diagne M., Une approche Multi-modèles des équations de Saint-Venant : une analyse de la stabilité par techniques LMI, in 6th Conférence Internationale Francophone d’Automatique Nancy -CIFA, France (2010).

2. Diagne M., Dos Santos Martins V., Couenne F., Maschke B., Jallut C., Well-posedness of the model of an extruder in infinite dimension, 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European, Control Conference, Orlando, FL, USA (2011).

3.Dos Santos Martins V., Diagne M., Couenne F., Maschke B., Stabilité d’un procédé d’extrusion par deux systèmes d’équations d’évolution couplés par une interface mobile, in  IEEE Conférence Internationale Francophone d’Automatique -CIFA,  Grenoble, France, (2012).

4. Diagne M., Maschke B,. Boundary Port Hamiltonian Systems of Conservation Laws Coupled by a Moving Interface, 4th IFAC Workshop on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Methods for Non Linear Control, LHMNLC, Bertinoro, University of Bologna, Italy, ( 2013).

5. Diagne M., Couenne F., Maschke B., Mass Transport Equation with Moving Interface and Its Control As an Input Delay System Time Delay Systems, 12th Workshop on Time-Delay Systems, Volume 11, Part 1, February 04-06, Grenoble, France, (2013).

6. Diagne M., Couenne F., Maschke B., Two-zone model of an extruder and its control as an input delay system, Récents Progrès en Génie des Procédés, Numéro 104 - ISSN : 1775-335X ; ISBN : 978-2-910239-78-7, Ed. SFGP, Paris, France 2013.

7. Diagne M., Krstic M. State-Dependent Input Delay-Compensated Bang-Bang Control: Application to 3D printing based on Screw-Extruder,   American Control Conference, 2015, Chicago, Illinois.

8. Diagne M., Shang P., Wang Z., Feedback Stabilization of a Food Extrusion Process Described by 1D PDEs Defined on Coupled Time Varying Spatial Domains, 12th Workshop on Time-Delay Systems, Michigan (USA), June, (2015).

9. Diagne M., Bekiaris-Liberis N., Krstic, M., Time- and State-Dependent Input Delay-Compensated Bang-Bang Control of a Screw Extruder for 3D Printing, ASME, Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC), Ohio (USA) Oct, (2015).

10. Diagne A., Diagne M., Tang S., Krstic, M., Backstepping Stabilization of the Linearized Saint-Venant-Exner Model: Part I – State feedback, CDC, Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) Conference, Japan, Dec (2015). 

11. Diagne A., Diagne M., Tang S., Krstic, M., Backstepping Stabilization of the Linearized Saint-Venant-Exner Model: Part II– Output feedback, CDC, Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) Conference, Japan, Dec (2015). 

 12. H. Anfinsen, M. Diagne, O. M. Aamo, and M. Krstic, A Swapping Design Based Adaptive Observer for n + 1 Coupled Linear Hyperbolic PDEs, ACC, American Control Conference, Boston, 2016.

13. S. Koga, M. Diagne, S. Tang, and M. Krstic, Backstepping Control of a One-Phase Stefan Problem, ACC, American Control Conference, Boston, 2016.

14. A. Diagne, S. Tang, M. Diagne, M. Krstic, State Feedback Stabilization of the Linearized Bilayer Saint-Venant Model2nd IFAC Workshop on Control of Systems Governed by Partial Differential Equations, Bertinoro, Italy, 2016.

15. H. Anfinsen, M. Diagne, O. M. Aamo, M. Krstic, Boundary Parameter and State Estimation in General Linear Hyperbolic PDEs2nd IFAC Workshop on Control of Systems Governed by Partial Differential Equations, Bertinoro, Italy, 2016.

16. S. Koga, M. Diagne and M. Krstic, Output Feedback Control of the One-Phase Stefan Problem, CDC, Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, 2016 (accepted).

17. M. Diagne, N. Bekiaris-Liberis, A. Otto, and M. Krstic, Control of transport PDE/nonlinear ODE cascades with state-dependent propagation speed,  CDC, Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, 2016 (accepted).