Helge Hülsen

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Current research work on the development of an automated nanohandling cell in a scanning electron microscope (SEM) is presented. An experimental setup is shown, in which two micro robots cooperate in the vacuum chamber of an SEM. A client-server control system that can integrate various microrobots and sensors has been developed and evaluated by automatic(More)
− This paper describes current research activities on the development of a control system for the automated handling of biological cells with mobile microrobots. Two main aspects are covered: A motorized inverted microscope is used to extract position coordinates of the microrobot's end-effector and the biological objects. A motion control system uses this(More)
of this work regarding hardware and software implementation of the system components are discussed. A new actuation principle for a mobile microrobot is introduced and a new modular robot design presented. A microgripper with integrated micro force sensor has been designed. Several types of high voltage electronics and computer architectures for driving(More)
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