Lab Members | Membres du Laboratoire

Carlos Rossa, PhD, P.Eng
Dr. Rossa is an Assistant Professor of Mechatronics in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Ontario Tech University. He received his BEng and MSc degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Metz, Metz, France, both in 2010, and earned his PhD degree in Mechatronics and Robotics from the Sorbonne Université, Paris, France, in 2013, under the auspices of the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA). From 2014 to 2017, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta, Canada. - UOIT webpage
Brayden DeBoon, B.Eng, E.I.T - Masters student
Brayden graduated in 2017 from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Former University of Alberta’s Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project’s (ARVP) Electrical Team Lead and undergraduate research assistant at the Telerobotic and Biorobotic Systems lab at the U of A. Since January 2018, he has been pursuing a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering at Ontario Tech University and is working on robot-assisted rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders.
Brayden Kent, B.Eng, E.I.T - Masters student
Brayden graduated in 2018 from Ontario Tech University (UOIT) with a BEng, Mechanical with a specialization in Mechatronics. Formerly a part of the Instrumentation & Control team that contributed to the continued development of the 8x8 scaled electric combat vehicle (SECV) capstone project. He is currently pursuing a MSc in Mechanical Engineering at Ontario Tech University, researching robot-aided minimally invasive surgery.
Maciej Lacki, B.Eng - Masters student
Maciej graduated from Ontario Tech Universtiy in 2018 with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree. As his capstone project, he worked on design and construction of a large format 3D printer. Also, during his undergraduate years, Maciej worked for Marion Surgical, where he assisted in the development of a virtual surgeon training simulator. Now he is pursuing a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree, researching design of novel haptic devices.
Olivia Wilz, B.Eng - Masters student
Olivia earned her BEng in Mechanical Engineering specializing in Mechatronics in 2019 from the Ontario Tech University. For her capstone Olivia worked on developing a speed/power boost system for an internal combustion engine. She is continuing her studies at Ontario Tech in the form of a Master’s Degree in Applied Science, Mechanical Engineering. For the Master’s Degree, she is doing research focused on autonomous robotic nephrolithotomy.
Rick Tan, B.Eng - Masters student
Rick graduated in 2019 from Ontario Tech University with a BEng in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Mechatronics. For his capstone, Rick designed and developed a Part Scanner Machine for General Motors (GM) that can obtain an inventory item’s weight, length, width, height and then upload the information to a custom database. Also during his undergrad, Rick conducted research in the ACE Wind Tunnel as well as designed and developed a custom Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Currently, Rick is pursuing a Master’s of Applied Science Degree focusing on robot-aided cancer imaging.


Angelica Cusipag - Undergraduate student (NSERC-USRA), 2019
Angelica has finished her third year of her B.Eng. degree in Mechatronics Engineering at Ontario Tech University. In the bioMechatronics Lab, Angelica is doing summer research on the design and development of force-feedback devices for minimally invasive surgery. In the future, she plans to pursue a MASc in Mechanical Engineering.

Karl Kanmaz - Undergraduate student (NSERC-USRA), 2019
Karl has completed his third year at Ontario Tech University in the Mechanical Engineering program. Karl will be researching and developing a smart helmet for firefighters using sensor integration and fusion for localization and mapping of hazardous environments. In the future, he plans to pursue his Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and gain expertise in assistive robotics, autonomous driving, and machine learning.

Amanjot Gulshi - Undergraduate student (NSERC-USRA), 2018
Amanjot is in the second year of his B.Eng. degree in Mechatronics Engineering at Ontario Tech Univeristy. In the bioMechatronics Lab, Amanjot is doing part-time research on haptic teleoperation of robotic manipulators with future plans of continuous research and development in robotic prosthesis. Potential applications include robot-assisted rehabilitation and minimally invasive surgery.

Collaborateurs | Collaborators

Dr. Scott Nokleby

Dr. Nicholas La Delfa

Ben Sainsbury
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Ontario Tech University
Faculty of Health Sciences
Ontario Tech University
Chief executive officer
Marion Surgical

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