Accelerating Motor Control Development with Embedded Coder Support for STM32
In this webinar, MathWorks will demonstrate the capabilities enabled by STM32 support from Embedded Coder. Attendees will see how to use a model for simulation and tuning of an FOC PMSM motor control algorithm, and then convert it to C code running on the STM32 and controlling a motor. ST will discuss the advantages of the new STM32G4 for motor control and power conversion.
- Understand how to generate C code and automatically deploy it to the STM32
- Use ST CubeMX for deep configuration of hardware peripherals and use those peripherals from Simulink
- Apply processor specific optimizations like CMSIS to generated code
- Estimate parameters of a motor controlled by STM32 using parameter estimation tools
- Simulate and tune FOC controller with motor model before deployment
- Hardware used for demo: STM32 NUCLEO G474RE with NUCLEO IHM07M1
About the Presenters
John Kluza manages strategic partnerships with embedded hardware companies for MathWorks. He previously was a consulting engineer and application engineer at MathWorks. He has a background in product management of electrical products, including inverters, batteries and protection devices. John earned a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from Lehigh and Penn State University, and an M.S. in management and engineering from the Sloan School at MIT.
Embedded Targets Developer
Venkatesh Chilapur has been building customer solutions that combine MathWorks software with embedded hardware for over 6 years. He previously developed embedded software at Delphi Automotive and Robert Bosch. Venkatesh holds a B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technical University and Masters in Embedded Systems from Manipal University.
STM32 Digital Power and Motor Control Marketing Manager
Jean-Marc Mathieu is the Digital Power and Motor Control Marketing Manager in the Microcontroller Division within ST’s General Purpose Microcontroller Sub-Group (CMG). Jean-Marc held this position since 2010.
Jean-Marc started his career in STMicroelectronics in 1995 working in the Microcontroller division as product engineer in Italy, then in France. In 2000 he moved to TV division as Application engineer where he became Application manager. Jean-Marc joined Microcontroller division again in 2008 as Product Line Manager within Marketing team where he launched the first STM32 Ultra Low Power product series (STM32 L1) in 2009. Then he took the head of the Digital Power and Motor Control verticals as Marketing manager and he launched the STM32 Mixed-Signals microcontroller product series - STM32F3 in 2014 and G4 series in 2019 - addressing mainly analog rich, motor control and digital power applications.
Jean-Marc graduated in Electronic Engineering from the Polytech Montpellier, France.
Recorded: 27 Sep 2022
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