Interactive optical robots:

a novel instrument for biology

Sinan Haliyo

Head of MultiScale Interactions @ ISIR

sinan.haliyo@sorbonne-universite.fr

Touching the microworld

This is the aim of IOTA Project, funded by ANR France.
We are using the power of light to manipulate cells and molecules, and let the user control and feel the interaction with his fingertips.

Haptic feedback enables fine manipulation

Optical Tweezers

  • A tightly focused laser beam to trap micro objects (1 - 5 µm)
  • Non-contact multi object manipulation in liquid
  • Laser wavelength : 1070nm
  • Laser power: 400mW

3D force measurement  :

  • Position tracking with an Event-Camera
  • ~ 10 pn resolution, 300 nN max
  • 300 Hz / 1 kHz bandwidth

3D actuation and measurement

The "robot" is the laser path actuated with active MOEMS components and 3DoF sample-holder

Multitrap OPTOBOTS

Rotating a Cell

In-liquid assembly

Force-sensing Optobot

Tactile force-feedback user interface

Transscale coupling and natural interaction

An interactive instrument for exploration, manipulation and characterization at small scales

Biomedical applications &  microassembly

 

A New Scientific Instrument

Sinan HALIYO,

Asso. Professor

Michaël WIERTLEWSKI, Nicolas HULOUX, Julien DIPERI

 

Edison GERENA

PhD Candidate

ISIR/Sorbonne

Florent LEGENDRE

Engineer

ISIR/Sorbonne

Stéphane Régnier,

Professor

The Team

Our Papers @ICRA'20

#wec22_2 Optical Micromanipulation with Force-Feedback...

#wea22_4 Large-Range Nil-Stiffness Electro-Magnetic Force Sensor

#mod09_4  Force Feedback Injection in Biological Samples

#wea22_3 Magnetic Miniature Swimmers with Multiple Flagella

#wea22_5 Model Predictive Control for AFM Inside a SEM

 

 

Interactive Optical Robots: a novel instrument for biology

By Sinan Haliyo

Interactive Optical Robots: a novel instrument for biology

My talk at ICRA'20 Virtual - *Workshop on the applications of micro-nanorobotics*

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