I create robots for surgical operations, enhancing surgeons' abilities to perform micro-surgical tasks in a more precise and less invasive way.
Amir Molaei is a doctoral candidate in Mechanical Engineering. He holds an MSc degree in Mechatronics and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering both from K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Amir's research is focused on the design, modelling and control of flexible robots to help surgeons operate inside the eye in a more precise and a less invasive way.
Amir Molaei: developing robots for micro-surgery
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