Mymesys: High Performances Embedded
Measurement Systems for multiDegrees
of Freedom Microsystems
MYMESYS is an ANR project within the call ANR-Emergence (session 2011). Its aim consists in developping innovative technologies to measure the force and displacement signals in multi-degrees of freedom (multi-dof) piezoelectric microgrippers, the main focus being the embeddability of the developped measurement systems with severe performances such as high accuracy (in the order of sub-micrometric) and high bandwidth (some hundreds of Hertz).
With respect to the Emergence call, the spirit of MYMESYS-project is to develop the measurement systems such that the results can be valued in an industrial context. It is therefore expected that several results be patented.
A scheme representing the global objective of Mymesys.
January 1st 2012 to December 31st 2013 (24 months)
It is a great to pleasure to announce that the ANR-agency has accepted the extension of the project until Septembre 30st 2014. This renders the duration of the project to be 33 months.
Micky RAKOTONDRABE, Associate Professor
Automatic Control and Micro-Mecatronic Systems (AS2M) department,
Lecturer at the Université de Franche-Comté in Besançon
Full Professor, ENIT (National School of Engineering in Tarbes)
MAVRICS research group (Mechatronics, Automatic control, Virtual reality and Robotics for the InteraCtion of Systems)
LGP (Laboratoire Génie de Production)
ENIT (National School of Engineering in Tarbes)
47, Avenue d'Azereix
65000 Tarbes - FRANCE
Email: mrakoton 'at' enit 'dot' fr
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