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Naghmeh Bandari

I develop optical tactile sensors for minimally invasive surgery. These sensors integrate with surgical instruments used in remote surgery to recreate the sense of touch.

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Naghmeh Bandari received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in biomedical engineering from Amirkabir University of Tehran, Iran, where she served as a Certified Medical Device Technical Supervisor for six years. She is a doctoral candidate of Mechanical Engineering at the Optical-Bio-MEMS and Robotic Surgery Labs. She is also a fellow of Surgical Innovation at the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) CREATE program for Innovation-at-the-Cutting-Edge (ICE). Her research focuses on the development of optical tactile sensors and micro-optical mechanical systems for robotic and surgical applications.




Naghmeh Bandari: the evolution of surgical tools



Naghmeh's blog posts

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