Integrating microrobots inside microfluidic chips for sensing applications.
I work with untethered robots at the micron scale evolving in fluid. These robots are propelled with a homogenous rotating magnetic field. The application of this work is the selective handling and characterization of biological samples in a closed
in vitro environment.
PhD at C2N-CNRS (previously LPN-CNRS) under the supervision of Dr.
Gilgueng Hwang. 2012-2013
Master thesis at Bristol university, Department of Aerospace Engineering - shock model on a wing at transonic speed
Aerospace Engenering school
ISAE-ENSMA My full CV
Antoine Barbot, Dominique Decanini, and Gilgueng Hwang. "On-chip Microfluidic Multimodal Swimmer toward 3D Navigation." Scientific Reports 6 (2016): 19041. Conference proceedings
Nicolas Beyrand, Laurent Couraud, Antoine Barbot, Dominique Decanini, and Gilgueng Hwang. "Multi-flagella helical microswimmers for multiscale cargo transport and reversible targeted binding." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2015.
Antoine Barbot, Dominique Decanini, and Gilgueng Hwang. "Wireless obstacle detection and characterization by multimodal helical nanoswimmers." Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2015 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2015.
Antoine Barbot, Dominique Decanini, and Gilgueng Hwang.
On-chip glass microfluidic trap and storage of helical magnetic microrobot, MNE 2015.
Antoine Barbot, Dominique Decanini, and Gilgueng Hwang. "Controllable Roll-to-Swim motion transition of helical nanoswimmers." Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2014), 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on. IEEE, 2014. Teaching
From 2013 to 2016, I had the opportunity to teach practical sessions in mathematics (Matlab) and C programming for engineering students (bachelor level) at Polytech Paris-Sud.
Thesis work overview
The goal and challenges of my thesis are recapitulated in the following video. It was presented at London in June 2016 for the microrobotics and microfabrication video competition of the 9th Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics.
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