Swimming microrobots have a huge potential in medical and biological applications. However, many challenges and difficulties must be overcome for the realization of the technology. We use external magnetic fields to rotate micro/mili magnetic particles and enable their motion. Moreover, the external magnetic field can be manipulated to steer the rotating particles and obtain a controllable trajectory. In this project, students are expected to conduct experiments on magnetic particles by manipulating the external field and demonstrate navigation and steering.
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Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
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