[09/2022] Our paper "Dynamic Path Planning and Motion Control of Microrobotic Swarms for Mobile
Target Tracking" has been accepted in IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering.
Congratulations to Qian!
[08/2022] Prof. Yu gave an invited talk "Microrobotic Swarms: From Automatic Control to Biomedicine" in
[07/2022] Our paper "Microrobotic Swarms for Selective Embolization" has been published on Science Advances. Congratulations to Junhui!
[04/2022] Prof. Yu has been selected into 2022 Baidu Global Chinese Young Scholar in AI
(AI+X interdisciplinary field, 50 scholars are selected globally)；
[02/2022] Prof. Yu has been selected into National High-level Young Scholar Program (overseas);
[02/2022] Prof. Yu has been appointed as an Associate Editor in IEEE RA-L.
[01/2022] Prof. Yu won the second prize of Wu Wen Jun AI Science & Technology Award (Natural Science Award); 俞江帆教授荣获吴文俊人工智能科学技术奖自然科学奖二等奖。
[12/2021] The Springer book "Field-Driven Micro and Nanorobots for Biology and Medicine" edited by Prof. Yu Sun,
Dr. Xian Wang and Prof. Jiangfan Yu has been published.
[12/2021] Our book chapter "Colloidal Microrobotic Swarms" has been published. Congratulations to Qian and Yibin!
[11/2021] Our paper "Adaptive Pattern and Motion Control of Magnetic Microrobotic Swarms" has been published on
IEEE Transactions on Robotics.
[10/2021] Our review paper "An Overview of Micronanoswarms for Biomedical Applications" has been accepted in ACS Nano. Congratulations to Hui!
[09/2021] Prof. Yu has been selected in Forbes 30 under 30 China 2021.
[09/2021] Prof. Yu has been elected as the Presidential Young Fellow in CUHK-SZ.
[12/2020] Prof. Yu has been appointed as a Topic Editor in Frontiers in Robotics and AI , and Micromachines .
[11/2020] Dr. Yu joined School of Science and Engineering, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, as an assistant professor.
Intelligent Microrobotics Lab (IML) is affiliated with School of Science and Engineering, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. The lab is dedicated to the research ranging from fundamental science and physics to technologies and solutions to a series of applications. The current focused theme of IML centered upon the development of microrobotic systems, actuation and control strategies, vision detection, and cell/tissue/animal trials.
Our dynamic team aims to take advantage of a multidisciplinary approach in both academic research and down-to-earth solution development for real-world problems. Our team members own different backgrounds with mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science, but with a converged focus on microrobotics. We have a close collaboration network of international researchers.
Our research focus on a wide range of microrobotics, e.g., design/control/swarming of micro-nanorobots, small-scale devices for health-care applications, and bio-inspired robotics.