Alireza Alikhani

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Electrochemical approaches have played crucial roles in bio sensing because of their Potential in achieving sensitive, specific and low-cost detection of biomolecules and other bio evidences. Engineering the electrochemical sensing interface with nanomaterials tends to new generations of label-free biosensors with improved performances in terms of sensitive(More)
In this paper, modeling and control of a new large scale suspended cable-driven robot is presented. In this mechanism, the cable arrangement eliminates the rotational motions leaving the moving platform with three translational motions. At first, kinematic and dynamic models for the proposed suspended cable-driven architecture are derived. Moreover, robust(More)
In this paper, robust control of a large cable-driven robot is presented (LCDR). In this mechanism, the cable arrangement eliminates the rotational motions leaving the moving platform with three translational motions. The mechanism has potentials for large scale manipulation and robotics in harsh environments. In this case study, sliding mode control via(More)
A integrated nano-electromechanical chip (NELMEC) is developed for the label-free diagnosis of both epithelial and mesenchymal circulating tumor cells by M. Abdolahad and co-workers. Large single cells (>12 micrometers) are trapped at the opening of analysis microchannel arrays. On page 883, there is an observable difference between the membrane capacitance(More)
An integrated nano-electromechanical chip (NELMEC) has been developed for the label-free distinguishing of both epithelial and mesenchymal circulating tumor cells (ECTCs and MCTCs, respectively) from white blood cells (WBCs). This nanoelectronic microfluidic chip fabricated by silicon micromachining can trap large single cells (>12 µm) at the opening of the(More)
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