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Régnier Stéphane
Title : Professor
Address : 4 place Jussieu, CC 173, 75252 Paris cedex 05
Phone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 28 79
Email : regnier(at)

Head of the MICROB (Micro/nano Robotics) group

Head of the Graduate School SMAER


Current Research

My  research deals with interactive micro-nano robotics (publications are available through the link publication on the right of the webpage) :


- Analysis and specificities of adhesive forces for micromanipulations,

- Design and control of magnetic microrobots,

- Atomic force microscopy based nanorobotics, high-efficiency automated nanomanipulation,

- Nanorobotic system for in situ stiffness measurements,

- Haptic feedback teleoperation systems for micromanipulation and microassembly.



Current Projects :

I'm involved in several projects :

- the Nanorobust project funded by ANR about the in-situ characterization of nano-objects,

- the LEMA project about the assembly of microcomposants in liquid medium,

- the Remiqua project about the development of modular and versatile systems for microassembly and quality inspection,

- the Tactom project about Tactile Micromanipulation with the technology transfer company (SATT) Lutech.



Microrobotics for Micromanipulation   (J. Wiley & Sons) S. Régnier - N. Chaillet

Robotic Micro-assembly (Wiley-IEEE Press)  M. Gauthier - S. Régnier

Atomic Force Microscopy Based Nanorobotics (Springer - STAR collection) H. Xie, C. Onal, S. & M. Sitti

Flexible Robotics: Applications to Multiscale Manipulations (Wiley-ISTE) M. Grossard, N. Chaillet and S. Régnier