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Prof. Dr. - Ing.habil.Sergej Fatikow from Carl von Ossietzky Universitat Oldenburg Visited SIA
Author: Update times: 2012-09-04                          | Print | Close | Text Size: A A A

Prof. Dr. - Ing. habil. Sergej Fatikow from Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg of Germany visited Shenyang Institute of Automation (SIA), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on August 14, 2012. During his visit, Prof. Sergej Fatikow made a report named “Robot-Based Nanohandling and Automation on the Nanoscale” for SIA’s researcher and graduates.

In his report, Prof. Sergej Fatikow introduced the latest research progress in the field of nanorobotics, including new nanomanipulation strategy, real-time sensing tecnology in nanometer scale and automatic nano operation station under the scanning electron microscope (SEM), etc. After the report, Prof. Sergej Fatikow visited the State Key Laboratory of Robotics.

As a lifetime professor of the Department of Computing Science, Universität Oldenburg, Prof. Serjej Fatikow founded the Division for Microrobotics and Control Engineering of the university in 2001, and has served as the head of the division since then. He is a member of IEEE, SPIE and German Academia Association (DHV). Prof. Sergej Fatikow focuses on the research and teaching of intelligent control and micro-and nanotechnology, etc., and is one of the leading scholars in the field of micro-and nanorobotics internationally. Prof. Sergej Fatikow got the Best Paper Awards at 2010 IEEE International Conference on Automatic Science and Engineering, and won the Koh Young Best Paper Award 2007 from the Int. Journal of Optomechatronics. He is also the founding chair of International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale (3M-Nano).  (Dai Tianjiao)

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