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MOCOSEM Department

MOCOSEM Department Modelling and Control of Electromagnetic SystemsDépartement MOCOSEM


The MOCOSEM Department (Modelling and Control of Electromagnetics Systems) of the L.G.E.P. devotes its research to the analysis, design and control of systems for the conversion of electrical energy. Most of its efforts consists in the elaboration of methods and models dedicated to the determination of electromagnetic fields in materials and complex structures for behavior which are guided by multi-physical phenomena strongly coupled. It is also to design and implement systems to meet social and environmental concerns in the area of ​​energy management and of operating reliability.

  • Electromagnetic modeling (magnetostatics, electrostatics, magneto, wave propagation)
  • Multi-physics, multi-domain, multi-scale Approaches
  • Active materials for sensors and actuators
  • Design and Optimization
  • Control
  • Diagnosis and operating reliability
Application fields:
  • NDT, Non Destructive Testing by Eddy Current.
  • EMC Electromagnetic compatibility and / or conduct radiated
  • Electric actuation
  • Industrial Oriented software Tools
  • Multisources, isolated or autonomous embedded systems

A large part of the department research has been developed through doctoral training (PhD "Science and Information Technology, Telecommunications and Systems" STITS de l'Université Paris-Sud).

Departmental policy training is twofold: to participate actively in projects of interest to the industrial world (research training) while maintaining the theoretical and fundamental research activity of the department (research training). Another part of this research is developed within the framework of collaborative local, national, European and international. These collaborations include among other areas at the borders of our research and are developed with teams of experts in these fields.

In addition, an valorisation activity is associated with various developments in the department.

The department is organized into two research teams:

And a transversal research topic for both teams: modeling and multiphysics phenomena MUPHYF.

The department is also present in the clusters: