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Mechatronics and Systems – Control, Robotics, & Human Machines

Nanorobotics utilized for Cellular Imaging and Characterization

The term mechatronics is a combination of the words mechanics and electronics. Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary approach to product design and development, merging the principles of electrical, mechanical, computer, material, chemical, and industrial engineering. The Mechatronics and Systems research cluster in the MIE Department is concerned with systems that are typically composed of traditional mechanical and electrical components but are rendered “intelligent” by the incorporation of sensors, actuators, and computer control systems. Our primary focus in Mechatronics and Systems is on intelligent and integrated systems and machines along with their practical applications ranging from manufacturing systems and robotic platforms to biological systems.

 

 

Nanomechanical Cantilever (NMC)-based Systems
(e.g., Atomic Force Microscopy-AFM)

 

 

 

 

 

Associated Faculty & Staff