Welcome to the Precision Mechatronics Lab at the University of Newcastle

We are multidisciplinary group of electrical engineers, mechanical engineers and physicists developing new mechatronic and robotic technologies for fabrication, imaging, and health care

Events

  • Precision Mechatronics at ACC 2015

Precision Mechatronics at ACC 2015

  • August 26th, 2014

Invited Sessions on Precision Mechatronics at the American Control Conference, Chicago, Illinois, July 1-3, 2015
The sessions will focus on collaboration between groups working on nanopositioning, microscopy, motion control; and […]

  • Micro and Nano-scale Positioning Systems at AIM 2014

Micro and Nano-scale Positioning Systems at AIM 2014

  • February 20th, 2014

Advances in Micro and Nano-scale Positioning Systems at IEEE Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics, Besançon, France, July 8-11, 2014
Despite the success of scanning probe and micro-scale systems, limitations still exist in […]

News

  • New Book on Nanopositioning

New Book on Nanopositioning

  • June 13th, 2014

Dr. Fleming and Dr. Kam Leang have published the first text on nanopositioning systems […]

Precision Mechatronics Lab
The Precision Mechatronics Lab develops new devices and processes for imaging and fabrication. This includes new sensors, actuators and control systems for applications in microscopy, mask-less lithography, and biomedical imaging.
Our Projects
Australian Research Council
The Precision Mechatronics Lab is supported by the Australian Research Council, Industrial Partners, The Center for Complex Dynamics Systems and Control (CDSC), and the University of Newcastle.
Our Partners
Newcastle Beach
The University of Newcastle is ranked in the top 3% of world universities and #26 for a university under 50 years old. We are a research intensive university with a world-wide reputation for research in Engineering, the Sciences, and Medicine.
About the University

Recent Publications

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Fleming, Andrew; Leang, Kam (2015): Position Sensors for Nanopositioning. In: Ru, Changhai; Liu, Xinyu; Sun, Yu (Ed.): Springer, 2015. (Type: Book Chapter | Abstract | BibTeX)
Position Sensors for Nanopositioning
Leang, Kam; Fleming, Andrew (2015): Tracking Control for Nanopositioning Systems. In: Ru, Changhai; Liu, Xinyu; Sun, Yu (Ed.): Springer, 2015. (Type: Book Chapter | Abstract | BibTeX)
Tracking Control for Nanopositioning Systems
Russell,; Fleming,; Aphale, (2015): Simultaneous Optimization of Damping and Tracking Controller Parameters via Selective Pole Placement for Enhanced Positioning Bandwidth of Nanopositioners. In: Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Accepted , 2015. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Simultaneous Optimization of Damping and Tracking Controller Parameters via Selective Pole Placement for Enhanced Positioning Bandwidth of Nanopositioners
Rios,; Fleming, (2015): A New Electrical Configuration for Improving the Range of Piezoelectric Bimorph Benders. In: IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 224 , pp. 106-110, 2015. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
A New Electrical Configuration for Improving the Range of Piezoelectric Bimorph Benders
Fleming,; Routley,; Holdsworth, (2015): A Closed-Loop Phase-Locked Interferometer for Wide Bandwidth Position Sensing. In: IEEE Multi-conference on Systems and Control, Sydney, 2015. (Type: Inproceeding | BibTeX)
A Closed-Loop Phase-Locked Interferometer for Wide Bandwidth Position Sensing
Ghalehbeygi,; Berriman,; Fleming,; Holdsworth, (2015): Optimization and Simulation of Exposure Pattern for Scanning Laser Lithography. In: IEEE Multiconference on Systems and Control, Sydney, 2015. (Type: Inproceeding | BibTeX)
Optimization and Simulation of Exposure Pattern for Scanning Laser Lithography
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