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Search Publications by Jason J. Gorman

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Feedback Control of Optically Trapped Particles

Author(s)
Jason J. Gorman, Arvind K. Balijepalli, Thomas W. LeBrun
Optical trapping is a method for manipulating micro- and nanoscale particles that is widely used in biophysics and colloid science, among other areas. This

Vision Guided Multi-Probe Assembly of 3D Microstructures

Author(s)
John D. Wason, John T. Wen, Young M. Choi, Jason J. Gorman, Nicholas G. Dagalakis
This paper describes the operator assisted automated assembly of a 3-legged spatial platform by using a vision guided multi-probe assembly process. This is the

Performance of a Nanopositioner Controller Filter Compensator

Author(s)
Donna Le, Nicholas G. Dagalakis, Jason J. Gorman, Jae M. Yoo
We describe the use of appropriate type simple resistor and capacitor (RC) compensators, which properly connected to a power amplifier, can improve the dynamic

Design of an on-chip microscale nanoassembly system

Author(s)
Jason J. Gorman, Yong Sik Kim, Andras Vladar, Nicholas G. Dagalakis
A microscale nanoassembly system has been designed for the fabrication of nanodevices and in situ electromechanical characterisation of nanostructures. This

Multi-Probe Assembly

Author(s)
John Wason, William Gressick, J Wen, Jason J. Gorman, Nicholas G. Dagalakis
This paper describes the algorithm development and experimental results of a multi-probe micro-assembly system. The experimental testbed consists of two

Control of MEMS Nanopositioners With Nano-Scale Resolution

Author(s)
Jason J. Gorman, Yong Sik Kim, Nicholas G. Dagalakis
Several approaches for the precision control of micro-scale positioning mechanisms, or MEMS nanopositioners, are presented along with initial experimental

Design of an On-Chip Micro-Scale Nanoassembly System

Author(s)
Jason J. Gorman, Yong Sik Kim, Andras Vladar, Nicholas G. Dagalakis
In this paper, the design and proposed operation of a MEMS-based nanoassembly system is presented. The nanoassembly system is comprised of four nanomanipulators

Development of Multiple Beam Optical Tweezers

Author(s)
Dongjin Lee, Thomas W. LeBrun, Arvind K. Balijepalli, Jason J. Gorman, Cedric V. Gagnon, Daehie Hong, Esther H. Chang
This paper presents the design of a multiple beam optical tweezers instrument used for manipulating micro/nano-sized components. The basic nist-equations used