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Journal Papers 2009

Martel S., Mohammadi M., Felfoul O., Lu Z., and Pouponneau P., “Flagellated magnetotactic bacteria as controlled MRI-trackable propulsion and steering systems for medical nanorobots operating in the human microvasculature,” International Journal of Robotics Research (IJRR), (invited paper for a special edition on current state of the art and future challenges in nanorobotics ) pdf

Martel S., Felfoul O., Mathieu J-B., Chanu A., Tamaz S., Mohammadi M., Mankiewicz M., and Tabatabaei N., “MRI-based nanorobotic platform for the control of magnetic nanoparticles and flagellated bacteria for target interventions in human capillaries,” International Journal of Robotics Research (IJRR), Special Issue on Medical Robotics (accepted for publication) pdf

Reviewed Proceedings 2009

Martel S., André W., Mohammadi M. and Lu Z. “Towards Swarms of Communication-enable and Intelligent Sensotaxis-based Bacterial Microrobots Capable of Collective Tasks in an Aqueous Medium” The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation ICRA 2009 pdf

Felfoul O., Aboussouan E., Chanu A. and Martel S. “Real-time Positioning and Tracking Technique for Endovascular Untethered Microrobots ” The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation ICRA 2009 pdf

Martel S. and André W. “Embedding a Wireless Transmitter within the Space and Power Constraints of an Electronic Untethered Microrobot” The NEWCAS-TAISA'2009,Toulouse, France pdf

Martel S. and Lapointe J. “Thermoresponsive Hydrogel with Embedded Magnetic Nanoparticles for the implementation of Shrinkable Medical Microrobots and for Targeting and Drug Delivery Applications” the 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society EMBC'09 pdf

Mokrani N., Mohammadi M. and Martel S. “Toward faster bacterial micro-actuators" The 5th International Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, MMB 2009 Conference, Quebec City, Canada, April 1-9, 2009 pdf

Journal Papers 2008

Martel, S., Mathieu, JB., Felfoul, O., Chanu, A., Aboussouan, E., Tamaz, S., Pouponneau, P., Yahia, L., Beaudoin, G., Soulez, G., Mankiewicz, M., "A computer-assisted protocol for endovascular target interventions using a clinical MRI system for controlling untethered microdevices and future nanorobots," Computer Aided Surgery, 13(06), pp. 340 - 352. pdf

Bey-Oueslati, R., Palm, S. J., Therriault, D., and Martel, S., “High speed direct-write for rapid fabrication of threedimensional microfluidic devices,” International Journal of Heat and Technology, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 125-131, 2008. pdf

André W. and Martel S., “Micro-photovoltaic cells designed for magnetotaxis-based controlled bacterial microrobots,” Transactions of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), IEICE Electronics Express, Vol. 5 (2008) , No. 3 pp.101-106 pdf

Felfoul O., Mathieu J.-B., Beaudoin G., and Martel S., “ In vivo MR-tracking based on magnetic signature selective excitation,” IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, vol.27, no.1, Jan. 2008, p 28-35 pdf

Tamaz S., Chanu A., Mathieu J.-B., Gourdeau R., and Martel S., "Real-time MRI-based control of a ferromagnetic core for endovascular navigation," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, VOL.55, No.7,pp. 1854-1863, July 2008 pdf

Chanu A., Felfoul O., Beaudoin G., and Martel S. “Adapting the software platform of MRI for the real-time navigation of endovascular untethered ferromagnetic devices," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol. 59, no. 6, June 2008, p 1287-97pdf

Bey-Oueslati R., Therriault D., and Martel S., "PCB-integrated Heat Exchangers for Cooling Electronics using Microchannels Fabricated with the Direct-write Method," IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies, VOL.31, No.4, DECEMBER 2008 pdf

Martel S., “Nanorobots for microfactories to operations in the human body and robots propelled by bacteria,” Journal Facta Universitatis Series Mechanics, Automatic Control & Robotics (FU-MCAR), Special Issue on Control of Active and Robotic Systems (Invited paper submitted Feb. 2008)

Reviewed Proceedings 2008

Lu Z., El-Fouladi J., Martel S. and Savaria Y., “A hybrid bacteria and microparticle detection platform on a CMOS chip: design, simulation and testing considerations”, 14th IEEE International Mixed-Signals, Sensors, and Systems test Workshop IMS3TW 2008, Vancouver, Canada 18-20 june,2008

Tabatabaei N. and Martel S. “Hyperthermia via AC electromagnetic field and magnetic nanoparticles integrated in micro-carriers navigable in blood vessels”, 31 Conférence canadiennes de génie biomédical (CCGB31), 11 au 13 juin 2008 - Montréal, Québec pdf

Martel S. and Mohammadi M. “Controllable Bacterial Actuators for Nanorobots” ACTUATOR 2008, 11th International Conference on New Actuators and 5th International Exhibition on Smart Actuators and Drive Systems, Bremen, Germany, on 9 - 11 June 2008 pdf

Mathieu J-B., Soulez G., Beaudoin G., Felfoul O., Chanu A., and Martel S. “Steering and Tracking of Magnetic Catheters Using MRI Systems” Abstract SIR pdf

Felfoul O., Aboussouan E., Chanu A. and Martel S. “Real-time positioning and tracking technique for endovascular untethered microrobots”, The second IEEE RAS / EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics BioRob 2008

Martel S., Felfoul O., and Mohammadi M.“Interventional Procedure Based on Nanorobots Propelled and Steered by Flagellated Magnetotactic Bacteria for Direct Targeting of Tumors in the Human Body” The second IEEE RAS / EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics BioRob 2008 pdf

FELFOUL, O., MATHIEU, J.B., MARTEL, S., “A Comparative Study between MC-1 Cells and Magnetic Microparticles Used for Enhanced Target Delivery of Therapeutic Agents in the Microvasculature”, The second IEEE RAS / EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics BioRob 2008, Scottsdale, AZ, USA, 2008, pdf

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