The Control and Energy Mangement Laboratory (CEMLab code: LR11ES47) was created in 2011. Its research program focuses on topics related to control, management and optimization of processes with applications to energy and robotics.
Two specific objectives are considered: The first one is the development of renewable energy systems (mainly wind and solar). The second specific objective deals with the design of advanced control strategies for robotic systems applied to agricultural and medical processes.
Since its creation, the laboratory has supervised a large number of doctoral theses and research masters.
The CEMLab laboratory has established good scientific cooperation relations with national research structures and international academic institutions.
Several international conferences and scientific manifestations have been organized and supported by CEMLab.