MARSS 2016 Award Nomination

Congratulations to Mohammad Salehizadeh for his upcoming paper – Two-Agent Formation Control of Magnetic Microrobots – which has been selected as a Best Conference Paper nominee for the International Conference on Manipulation, Automation and Robotics at...

Research Funding Awarded

Professor Eric Diller has been awarded an NSERC Engage Plus grant. The project, entitled “High-speed addressable magnetic microfluidic valving,” will be conducted in partnership with Bio-Rad Canada.

First Inter-Lab Curling Game!

The first inter-lab sport game between Microrobotics Lab (Prof. Diller) and Water and Energy Research Lab (Prof. Bilton) was successfully held in the High Park Curling Club. After the exciting game, we had a wonderful dinner together!

Robot Doctors in The Future

Prof. Eric Diller is quoted by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore in the article “How scientists are developing the robot doctors of the future”, published on Gigaom. Article link Video link