Micro, Nanosystems and Systems on Chips. Modeling, Control and Estimation

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Micro and nanosystems represent a major scientific and technological challenge, with actual and potential applications in almost all fields of the human activity. The aim of the present book is to present how concepts from dynamical control systems (modeling, estimation, observation, identification, feedback control) can be adapted and applied to the development of original very small-scale systems and of their human interfaces. The application fields presented here come from micro and nanorobotics, biochips, near-field microscopy (AFM and STM) and nanosystems networks. Alina Voda has drawn contributions from leading experts at top research universities in France to produce a first overview of the major role that control systems science can play in the development of micro and nanosciences and technologies.
Part I. Mini and Microsystems. 1. Modeling and Control of Stick-slip Micropositioning Devices. 2. Microbeam Dynamic Shaping by Closed-loop Electrostatic Actuation using Modal Control. Part II. Nanosystems and Nanoworld. 3. Observer-based Estimation of Weak Forces in a Nanosystem Measurement Device. 4. Tunnel Current for a Robust, High-bandwidth and Ultraprecise Nanopositioning. 5. Controller Design and Analysis for High-performance STM. 6. Modeling, Identification and Control of a Micro-cantilever Array. 7. Fractional Order Modeling and Identification for Electrochemical Nano-biochip. Part III. From Nanoworld to Macro and Human Interfaces. 8. Human-in-the-loop Telemicromanipulation System Assisted by Multisensory Feedback. 9. Six-dof Teleoperation Platform: Application to Flexible Molecular Docking.