- Ingeniero en Telecomunicaiones, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina, 1983
- Doctor en Informática, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España, 1990
- Profesor Titular, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
- Investigador Superior, CICpBA
Áreas de Investigación:
- Control Automático
- Instrumentación Electrónica
Control de sistemas SISO-LITFecha: 2022-01-01Tipo de documento: LibroResumen:Este libro aborda el control de sistemas lineales, invariantes en el tiempo, de una entrada y una salida, continuos y muestreados utilizando la función de transferencia, como formalismo de representación. Analiza la respuesta y estabilidad de sistemas de lazo abierto y cerrado, utilizando diversas metodologías de análisis. Asimismo, detalla diferentes técnicas para el diseño y compensación de sistemas de lazo cerrado a partir de especificaciones de respuesta deseada.... The quantum CP-violating kaon system reproduced in the electronic laboratoryAutores: - Caruso, Mariano Guillermo - Fanchiotti, Huner - García Canal, Carlos Alberto Mayosky, Miguel AngelFecha: 2016-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:The equivalence between the Schrödinger dynamics of a quantum system with a finite number of basis states and a classical dynamics is realized in terms of electric networks. The isomorphism that connects in a univocal way both dynamical systems was applied to the case of neutral mesons, kaons in particular, and the class of electric networks univocally related to the quantum system was analysed. Moreover, under CPT invariance, the relevant-parameter that measures CP violation in the kaon system... Experimental results applying second order sliding mode control to a PEM fuel cell based systemFecha: 2013-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:A robust control solution is proposed to solve the air supply control problem in autonomous polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFC) based systems. A Super Twisting controller is designed using a nonlinear model of a laboratory fuel cell test station, even a Lyapunov based stability discussion is included. Subsequently, the proposed control strategy is successfully implemented in the laboratory test bench. Highly satisfactory results are obtained, regarding dynamic behaviour, oxygen stoic... Assessment of SOSM Techniques Applied to Fuel Cells: Case Study: Electric Vehicle Stoichiometry ControlAssessment of SOSM Techniques Applied to Fuel Cells: Case Study: Electric Vehicle Stoichiometry ControlFecha: 2012-01-01Tipo de documento: Capitulo de libroResumen:The feasibility of SOSM techniques to control PEM fuel cells is evaluated in this chapter. Assessment is accomplished through simulations, using a benchmark model of a fuel cell system for an electric vehicle. The viability of SOSM techniques for oxygen stoichiometry control, with the prime objective of improving the overall energy efficiency, is established. Taking into account several features, such as the controlled system performance, robustness and implementation simplicity, the SOSM contr... PEM Fuel Cell SystemsFecha: 2012-01-01Tipo de documento: Capitulo de libroResumen:Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells are extensively used for mobile and portable applications. This is due to their compactness, low weight, high power density, and clean, pollutant-free operation. Besides, their low temperature of operation (typically 60–80 degrees Celsius) allows fast starting times, a key feature for automotive applications, for instance. In a PEM Fuel Cell, a hydrogen-rich fuel is injected by the anode, and an oxidant (usually pure oxygen or air) is fed through the c... Fundamentals of Sliding-Mode Control DesignFecha: 2012-01-01Tipo de documento: Capitulo de libroResumen:This chapter provides an introduction to Variable Structure Control theory and its extension to the so-called Sliding-Mode (SM) control. The presentation is not intended as a comprehensive survey of the state-of-the-art in the field, but to supply the basic concepts on SM control required to understand the developments to come in this book. The readers can use this material as a straightforward introduction to the field of SM control.... Efficiency Optimisation of an Experimental PEM Fuel Cell System via Super Twisting ControlFecha: 2010-01-01Tipo de documento: Objeto de conferenciaResumen:A robust control solution is proposed to solve the air supply control problem in autonomous polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFC) based systems. Different second order sliding mode (SOSM) controllers are designed using a model of a laboratory test fuel cell generation system. Very good simulation results are obtained using such algorithms, showing the suitability of the SOSM approach to PEMFC stack breathing control. Subsequently, for experimental validation, a controller based on one ... Advances in HOSM Control Design and Implementation for PEM Fuel Cell SystemsFecha: 2009-01-01Tipo de documento: Objeto de conferenciaResumen:A second order sliding mode strategy to control the air supply and oxygen stoichiometry of a fuel cell based generation system is presented. The control design is accomplished from a complete model of a experimental plant that was previously developed by the authors and specially suited for nonlinear control issues. The resulting controller endows the system with enhanced dynamic characteristics and robustness to model uncertainties and external disturbances. Simulations and experimental results... Sliding Mode Strategy for PEM Fuel Cells Stacks Breathing Control Using a Super-Twisting AlgorithmFecha: 2009-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:A second-order sliding mode strategy to control the breathing subsystem of a polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell stack for transportation applications is presented. The controller is developed from a design model of the plant derived from open literature, and well suited for the design of second-order sliding mode strategies. Stability issues are solved using a super twisting algorithm. The resulting approach exhibits good dynamic characteristics, being robust to uncertainties and disturbance... Estudio de algoritmos 2-deslizantes aplicados al control de pilas de combustibleFecha: 2008-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:En este trabajo se hace un estudio comparativo de tres diferentes técnicas de control por modo deslizante de segundo orden, aplicadas al problema específico del control de respiración de una pila de combustible PEM. Los algoritmos diseñados se contrastan por simulación utilizando el modelo completo del sistema, poniendo particular énfasis en la respuesta transitoria y la robustez frente a perturbaciones.... Linear identification and model adjustment of a PEM fuel cell stackAutores: - Kunusch, Cristian - Husar, Attila - Puleston, Pablo Federico - Mayosky, Miguel Angel Moré, Jerónimo JoséFecha: 2008-01-01Tipo de documento: PreprintResumen:In the context of fuel cell stack control a mayor challenge is modeling the interdependence of various complex subsystem dynamics. In many cases, the states interaction is usually modeled through several look-up tables, decision blocks and piecewise continuous functions. Many internal variables are inaccessible for measurement and cannot be used in control algorithms. To make significant contributions in this area, it is necessary to develop reliable models for control and design purposes. In th... Neuro-Controllers, scalability and adaptationFecha: 2006-10-01Tipo de documento: Objeto de conferenciaResumen:A Layered Evolution (LE) paradigm based method for the generation of a neuron-controller is developed and verified through simulations and experimentally. It is intended to solve scalability issues in systems with many behavioral modules. Each and every module is a genetically evolved neuro-controller specialized in performing a different task. The main goal is to reach a combination of different basic behavioral elements using different artificial neural-network paradigms concerning mobile robo... AC-coupled front-end for biopotential measurementsFecha: 2003-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:AC coupling is essential in biopotential measurements. Electrode offset potentials can be several orders of magnitude larger than the amplitudes of the biological signals of interest, thus limiting the admissible gain of a dc-coupled front end to prevent amplifier saturation. A high-gain input stage needs ac input coupling. This can be achieved by series capacitors, but in order to provide a bias path, grounded resistors are usually included, which degrade the common mode rejection ratio (CMRR).... Propagation velocity measurement: Autocorrelation technique applied to the electromyogramAutores: - Spinelli, Enrique Mario - Felice, Carmelo José - Mayosky, Miguel Angel - Politti, J. C. Valentinuzzi, Max E.Fecha: 2001-01-01Tipo de documento: ArticuloResumen:Muscle fibre conduction velocity is an important measurement in electrophysiology, both in the research laboratory and in clinical practice. It is usually measured by placing electrodes spaced at known distances and estimating the transit time of the action potential. The problem, common to all methods, is the estimation of this time delay. Several measurement procedures, in the time and frequency domains, have been proposed. Time-domain strategies usually require two acquisition channels, where... Informe científico de investigador: Mayosky, Miguel Angel (2015-2016)Fecha: 2016-01-01Tipo de documento: Informe de investigadorResumen:... Informe científico de investigador: Mayosky, Miguel Angel (2013-2014)Fecha: 2014-01-01Tipo de documento: Informe de investigadorResumen:... Informe científico de investigador: Mayosky, Miguel Angel (2011-2012)Fecha: 2012-01-01Tipo de documento: Informe de investigadorResumen:... Neuro-Controllers, scalability and adaptationFecha: 2006-10-01Tipo de documento: Documento de conferenciaResumen:...