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Engineering | Undergraduate Research

Magnetic micro-robots for medical applications

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Dr. Hamid Marvi, an Assistant Professor for the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has a research opening for FURI, MORE, and Honors students regarding Magnetic micro-robots for medical applications. 

Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Magnetic micro-robots for medical applications project which includes design, fabrication, and experimental tests on magnetic microrobots. The micro-robot designs target human health applications such as microsurgery, drug delivery, etc. Micro-robots are fabricated using ferromagnetic nanoparticles in conjunction with a PDMS molding process. The experiments take place within an in-house electromagnetic coil setup which is coded in C++. The control method varies by the micro-robot design. The students may participate in one or multiple stages of this project.

Sub-Themes:

  • Magnetic micro-robots
  • Medical Robotics

Student qualifications/requirements: Resume

Semester(s) or start/end date of position: Start: Fall 2018 / End: Flexible

Number of hours per week: 10

Stipend amount/hourly wage/volunteer position: Volunteer position

Lab/Center website: http://birth.engineering.asu.edu

How to apply: Please send your updated resume to Dr. Marvi at hmarvi@asu.edu

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August 23, 2018