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




David Harcombe – Nanoscale Demodulation and Sensing

  • October 9th, 2018

Date & Venue
Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 02:00PM

Conventional high-speed amplitude demodulation techniques are compared and shown to be incompatible with multifrequency atomic force […]

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.
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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.
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Recent Publications

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Fleming,; Behrens,; Moheimani, (2000): A new approach to piezoelectric shunt damping. In: Proc. IS3M International Symposium on Smart Structures and Microsystems, Hong Kong, 2000. (Type: Inproceeding | Links | BibTeX)
Fleming,; Behrens,; Moheimani, (2000): Innovations in piezoelectric shunt damping. In: Proc. SPIE Symposium on Smart Materials and MEMs, Melbourne, Australia, 2000. (Type: Inproceeding | Links | BibTeX)
Fleming,; Behrens,; Moheimani, (2000): Synthetic impedance for implementation of piezoelectric shunt damping circuits. In: IEE Electronics Letters, 36 (18), pp. 1525–1526, 2000. (Type: Journal Article | Links | BibTeX)
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