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Today Monash University eTheses Team disclosed online the work: Adriano Cavalcanti, "Nanorobotics Control Design for Nanomedicine", PhD Thesis, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Victoria, Australia, 2009.

Nanorobotics for Nanomedicine - PhD thesis online now

Australia | Posted on August 9th, 2011

The pdf file is available for download free of charge as open source technical material useful for those interested in developing medical nanorobotics. The work presents insightful technical information on control systems and required modeling techniques used to implement the NCD Nanorobotics Control Design system. The work presents information on Nano-CAD/CAM as 3D prototyping approach for medical nanorobots, as well as control instrumentation and real time simulation required for nanobiosensor. Through the manuscript content and published list of peer reviewed articles, it provides insight and necessary background for control simulation, hardware architecture analysis, platform integration, and manufacturing methods towards nanodevices that can be useful for surgery, medical defense, biomedical teleoperation, cancer, diabetes, aneurysm, and cardiology.

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