Yuechao Wang

Yuechao Wang (M’12) received the M.S. degree in Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Control from Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China, in 1987, and the Ph.D. degree in mechatronic engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, in 1999. Since 1987, he has been with the Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he is currently a Professor. His current research interests include robot control, multirobot systems, and micro-nano manipulation.

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Simultaneous Measurement of Multiple Mechanical Properties of Single Cells Using AFM by Indentation and Vibration
Cells, as the elementary units of living organisms, are regulated and governed by genes, biological processes and various microenvironments, and their status reflects the organism’s physiological situation and affects the biological function of the whole body. Moreover, recent studies have... Read more
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Atomic Force Microscopy in Characterizing Cell Mechanics for Biomedical Applications: A Review
Cell mechanics is a novel label-free biomarker for indicating cell states and pathological changes. The advent of atomic force microscopy (AFM) provides a powerful tool for quantifying the mechanical properties of single living cells in aqueous conditions. The wide use... Read more
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Progress in nanorobotics for advancing biomedicine
Nanorobotics involves developing robotic devices to perform tasks at the nanometer scale. Nanorobotic systems can themselves be miniature in size (nanorobot), or they may be designed to interact with nano-sized matters (nanomanipulator). In the past decades, the breakthroughs of various nanorobotic systems and their applications in life sciences have offered novel possibilities for addressing biomedical issues and expanded the field of medical robotics, indicating that we are realizing the application scene of nanorobotics which has long been a fantasy in science fiction. Here, the recent advances in nanorobotics for biomedical applications are summarized and future perspectives are presented... Read more