Wireless Chemical Networks for Nano-medical Applications
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Nano robotics
  • chemical communication techniques for nanorobots foraging in fluid environments relevant for medical applications
  • A multi-robot molecular machine system could be described as a system to perform molecular manufacturing at the atomic scale, whose constituent entities are capable of cooperating collectively.
  • Designing nanorobotic systems deal with vast variety of sciences, from quantum molecular dynamics, to kinematic analysis

  • atom (~0.1nm)
  • large molecule (~1-10nm)
  • virus (~102nm)
  • bacteria (~103nm)

Desirable abilities for a nanorobot to function
  1. Swarm Intelligence—decentralization and distributive intelligence
  2. Cooperative behavior—emergent and evolutionary behavior
  3. Self-assembly and replication—assemblage at nano scale and “nanomaintenance”
  4. Nanoinformation processing and programmability —for programming and controlling nanorobots (autonomous nanorobots)
  5. Nano to macroworld interface architecture — an architecture enabling instant access to the nanorobots and its control and maintenance


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