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A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments

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A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments. / Nejatimoharrami, Farzad; Faina, Andres; Støy, Kasper.

2018. Abstract from Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition , San Diego, United States.

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Harvard

Nejatimoharrami, F, Faina, A & Støy, K 2018, 'A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments', Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition , San Diego, United States, 03/02/2018.

APA

Nejatimoharrami, F., Faina, A., & Støy, K. (2018). A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments. Abstract from Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition , San Diego, United States.

Vancouver

Nejatimoharrami F, Faina A, Støy K. A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments. 2018. Abstract from Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition , San Diego, United States.

Author

Nejatimoharrami, Farzad ; Faina, Andres ; Støy, Kasper. / A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments. Abstract from Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition , San Diego, United States.

Bibtex

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title = "A Low-Cost Open-Source Cloud-based Liquid Handling Robotic Platform for Performing Remote Real-Time Collaborative Experiments",
abstract = "We have developed a robotic-system capable of performing routine liquid-handling experiments, as well as artificial chemical life experiments. Our platform consists of an actuation-layer on top, an experimental-layer in the middle, and a sensing-layer at the bottom. The actuation-layer comprises the robot-head and modules mounted on it. The modules, e.g. pipet-modules, OCT-scanner, extruder, PH-probe, are designed to perform actions on experiments. The head holds modules and moves in the horizontal plane. The experimental-layer holds the reaction vessels. The sensing-layer consists of a camera below the experimental-layer to monitor the experiment. It collects data from experiment, and provides feedback for robot to interact with experiment. ",
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RIS

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N2 - We have developed a robotic-system capable of performing routine liquid-handling experiments, as well as artificial chemical life experiments. Our platform consists of an actuation-layer on top, an experimental-layer in the middle, and a sensing-layer at the bottom. The actuation-layer comprises the robot-head and modules mounted on it. The modules, e.g. pipet-modules, OCT-scanner, extruder, PH-probe, are designed to perform actions on experiments. The head holds modules and moves in the horizontal plane. The experimental-layer holds the reaction vessels. The sensing-layer consists of a camera below the experimental-layer to monitor the experiment. It collects data from experiment, and provides feedback for robot to interact with experiment.

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M3 - Conference abstract for conference

T2 - Society for Lab Automation and Screening International Conference & Exhibition

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