By Adriano Cavalcanti


This exclusive nanorobotics book guides you through the development of advanced computational nanomechatronics projects and intends to show you the main techniques required to implement the necessary tools for 3D interactive environments at nanoscale physical parameters.








This book is written with an advance audience in mind - from fields such as engineering, biology, medicine, and computer science. The book focuses on molecular machine systems implementation and dynamic computational simulation as ancillary tools to test, design, and evaluate manufacturing processes for nanorobots and their respective applications.


We cover the main advanced computational techniques to nanorobots, giving an applied description of some approaches like AI, Neural Networks, Evolutionary Computation, Computer Graphics, Parallel Processing, and show effectively how to use these techniques as integrated tools for nanomechatronics.


The book also serves as a guide for building modular systems, that are required in any successful intended implementation for nanotechnology real time problems.





A detailed numerical set of results is also discussed, emphasizing the workspace as one of the most important aspect in modelling and implementing systems and devices for nanorobots. Mainly dealing with nanomechatronics implementation, the R&D team must pay special attention for all aspects that the nanorobot will being prepared to actuate upon.








The development of nanorobotics is a challenging field with many aspects for a broad development. Simulation is an essential tool for exploring alternatives in the organization, configuration, motion planning, and control of nanodevices exploring the human body. Computational mechatronics may help as practical approach on testability and nanomanufacturing.














Center for Automation in Nanobiotech (CAN)

Computational Nanomechatronics Lab