Adriano Cavalcanti

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—The author presents a new approach within advanced graphics simulations for the problem of nano-assembly automation and its application for medicine. The problem under study concentrates its main focus on nanorobot control design for assembly manipulation and the use of evolutionary competitive agents as a suitable way to warranty the robustness on the(More)
This work has an innovative approach for the development of nanorobots with sensors for medicine. The nanorobots operate in a virtual environment comparing random, thermal and chemical control techniques. The nanorobot architecture model has nanobioelectronics as the basis for manufacturing integrated system devices with embedded nanobiosensors and(More)
In this paper we present how nanoelectronics should advance medicine, providing details on the teleoperated techniques and equipment design methodology necessary for the effective development of nanorobots. The platform architecture describes how to use a nanorobot for intracranial prognosis, and shows how it should be integrated for medical(More)
This paper presents an innovative hardware architecture for medical nanorobots, using nanobioelectronics, clinical data, and wireless technologies, as embedded integrated system devices for molecular machine data transmission and control upload, and show how to use it in cancer therapy. The therapeutic application of nanorobots for cancer may be the natural(More)
This work presents an innovative nanorobot architecture based on nanobioelectronics for diabetes. The progressive development toward the therapeutic use of nanorobots should be observed as the natural result from some ongoing and future achievements in biomedical instrumentation, wireless communication, remote power transmission, nanoelectronics, new(More)
This work presents chemical communication techniques for nanorobots foraging in fluid environments relevant for medical applications. Unlike larger robots, viscous forces and rapid diffusion dominate their behaviors. Examples range from modified microorganisms to nanorobots using ongoing developments in molecular computation, sensors and motors. The(More)
This work describes an innovative medical nanorobot architecture based on important discoveries in nanotechnology, integrated circuit patents, and some publications, directly or indirectly related to one of the most challenging new fields of science: molecular machines. Thus, the architecture described in this paper reflects, and is supported by, some(More)
This work presents a new approach within advanced graphics simulations for the problem of nano-assembly automation and its application to medicine using collective robotics. The problem under study concentrates its main focus on autonomous control for nanorobot teams coordination as a suitable way to perform a large range of tasks and assembly manipulation(More)
This paper presents an innovative hardware architecture for medical nanorobots, using nanobioelectronics, clinical data, and wireless technologies, as embedded integrated system devices for molecular machine data transmission and control upload, and show how to use it in cancer surgery. The integration of medical nanorobotics and surgical teleoperation has(More)
Ongoing developments in molecular fabrication, computation, sensors and motors will enable the manufacturing of nanorobots - nanoscale biomolecular machine systems. The present work constitutes a novel simulation approach, intended to be a platform for the design and research of nanorobot control. The simulation approach involves a combined and multi-scale(More)