Join us in Auckland, New Zealand at the conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM) to collaborate with other researchers and engineers. Dr Ruppert and Dr Yong from the Precision Mechatronics lab and Prof Sadeghian from TNO, The Netherlands are organising an invited session on ‘Design and Control of Micro and Nano Precision Mechatronic Systems’.

This session covers state-of-the-art approaches to advance the development of micro and nano precision mechatronic systems. The collection of papers specifically covers high-speed video-rate atomic force microscopy, high-resolution estimation using piezoresistive sensors, 2D sub-resonant force spectroscopy techniques, novel cantilever designs with integrated actuation and sensing, as well as the design and analysis of monolithic nanopositioning stages.

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