Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation

Robotic Instruments

The Robotic Instruments group researches miniaturized robotics with focuses on advanced robotic manipulation technologies, based on e.g., acoustic fields, magnetic fields, interfacial forces, and other interactions. The research is highly interdisciplinary, uses holistic methods combining physics, mechatronics, automation, and machine learning, and covers both fundamental methodologies and applications in biomedicine, materials, and industrial technologies. Examples of those miniaturized robots and manipulation technologies include novel scientific instruments measuring wetting properties of surfaces or viscosity of complex protein structures, new manipulation methods for targeted drug delivery for cancer research or diagnosis of diseases, and new tools for integration of semiconductor and optoelectronic devices.

Leader of the research group: Prof. Quan Zhou

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Research | Robotic Instruments

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Publications | Robotic Instruments

Publications and academic portfolio.

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Funding | Robotic Instruments

Ongoing and previously funded projects.

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Info | Robotic Instruments

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Teaching | Robotic Instruments

All the majors and courses taught by us.

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People | Robotic Instruments

Members of the Robotic Instruments group.

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