PROF. LAURENT BURLION
Expert in nonlinear control
Specialist in flying machines from tiny drones to big aircraft
Since January 2019 I am Assistant Professor at Rutgers University, NJ in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Before that I was working for the French Aerospace Lab called ONERA in Toulouse, perhaps the best place to conduct aeronautical research in Europe. There I managed several projects with French and European grants and worked in close collaboration with companies and laboratories such as Airbus and CNRS on advanced flight control laws.
I was also giving classes and accompanying students project for the university of Paul Sabatier and engineering schools such as SUPAERO, ENAC and ENSEEIHT.
To be presented:
T. Cunis, D. Liao-MacPherson, J-P Condomines, L Burlion, I. Kolmanovsky,” Economic Model Predictive Control Strategies for Aircraft Deep-stall Recovery with Stability Guarantees”.
L. Burlion, M. Malisoff and M. Mazenc,” Stabilization and robustness analysis for a chain of saturating integrators arising in the visual landing of aircraft”.