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Advanced Manufacturing Technologies: Industrial Robotics News

New York’s very own Industrial Robotics guru, John Wen, was honored recently by IEEE’s Control Systems Society. He won the 2013 Transition to Practice award, for his breakthrough work on Optical Microscopy. His invention of an Adaptave Scanning Optical Microscope, overcomes the issues faced with industrial automated optical microscopes, where field of view challengesrestricts image resolution. His ASOM provides a high-resolution laser scan of portions of the field of view, and tiles the portions mosaically. The entire field of view is captured, but at highest resolution in each portion.
John, in addition to his teaching and research duties, has served as director of ESD-sponsored Center for Automation Technology, and was recently named to head the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at RPI.
Read more about the award: click here
 

Advanced Manufacturing: Industrial Robotics
New York’s very own Industrial Robotics guru, John Wen, was honored recently by IEEE’s Control Systems Society. He won the 2013 Transition to Practice award, for his breakthrough work on Optical Microscopy. His invention of an Adaptave Scanning Optical Microscope, overcomes the issues faced with industrial automated optical microscopes, where field of view restricts image resolution. His ASOM provides a high-resolution laser scan of portions of the field of view, and tiles the portions mosaically. The entire field of view is captured but at highest resolution in each portion.
John, in addition to his teaching and research duties, has served as director of ESD-sponsored Center for Automation Technology, and was recently named to head the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) at RPI.
Read more about the award at:  http://news.rpi.edu/content/2013/12/17/robotics-and-control-systems-expert-john-wen-honored-ieee
 

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