Micro-Coil Fabrication Techniques

Inductive levitation micro-systems have been actively studied since 1995 when the Shearwood group [1 ] fabricated the first prototype with targeted applications including micro-motors, -actuators and -inertial sensors. Then, in 2006, the Zhang group prese

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Kirill Poletkin

Levitation Micro-Systems Applications to Sensors and Actuators

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Kirill Poletkin

Levitation Micro-Systems Applications to Sensors and Actuators


Kirill Poletkin Innopolis University Innopolis, Russia

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