Rosane Ushirobira

Inria Researcher, Valse team


I am an Inria Researcher at the Valse team of Inria (Lille).

I am a Mathematician. I attended as a student and then as a lecturer-researcher various Brazilian, American, Dutch and French universities: Universidade de São Paulo (São Carlos), Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Rutgers University, Université Paris Diderot, Université Louis Pasteur, Université de Poitiers, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Université de Bourgogne.

Since December 2008, I have been a member of the executive team of CIMPA (International Center for Pure and Applied Mathematics).


My research activities are in control theory, mainly in the estimation, modeling, stabilization, and stability analysis of dynamical systems and applications. I am particularly interested in estimating parameters and in designing observers for nonlinear systems. My research has a strong interdisciplinary component, and my theoretical knowledge is consequently used in this context. My research interests include algebraic approaches for automatic control, parameter and state estimates, numerical derivation, linear delay systems, synchronization and stabilization of multistable systems, human-computer interaction modeling, and biological dynamical systems.

Most of my publications can be found at Inria Hal. Here is one paper on algebraic differentiators.

  • Address

    Rosane Ushirobira
    équipe VALSE, Inria
    40 avenue Halley
    59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq
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