Biorobotics

Innovation

Facilities

The BioRobotics Institute is home of amazing world-class facilities, instruments and equipment. These can be engaged in a variety of projects, ranging from electrophysiological measurements or motion capture to structural testing and analysis, from sensors and actuators micro- and nano-manufacturing to polymer or cell culture synthesis. 
Download the updated list of equipment.
The Facilities are located in the Polo Sant’Anna Valdera (The BioRobotics Institute’s headquarters). The qualified staff makes available to professors, assistant professors and students high specialization consultancy.
The Mechanical Workshop and the Electronic Lab are managed directly by the Institute. The Clean Room is owned by the Center for the Micro-Biorobotics of the Italian Institute of Technology.

 

FACILITIES


MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

The Mechanical Workshop is a dedicated facility with a specific expertise in Robotics and supporting all Research lines of The BioRobotics Institute. The machanical workshop carries out several activities such as design, prototyping and equipments development. The goal is to support researchers in the realization of mechanical components not available on the market and exploit the equipment to complete the process of the research prototypes.

STAFF
Nicodemo Funaro
Gabriele Favati

Andrea Melani


ELECTRONIC LAB

The Electronic Lab develops integrated electronic systems such as electronic cards that are used to complete the scientific research prototypes. The advanced machinery allow micro-and nano-precision machining in the electronics field.

STAFF
Riccardo di Leonardo


CLEAN ROOM

The Clean Room supports research activity with advanced equipment and the specific knowledge of the methods of micro-and nano-fabrication. The Clean Room provides for manufacturing technologies and develops skills in the creation of 3D devices.
To access the Clean Room, all Institute’s personnel must know all the rules for the protection of the Clean Room from external contamination.

STAFF
Carlo Filippeschi

 

 

ATTACHMENTS

List of Equipments
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