Dr CHEN C. Y. Peter
National University of Singapore
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Peter Chen received the Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1995. During 1985-1997, he worked on various projects for China International Marine Containers Ltd. (China), Automation Tooling Systems, Inc. (Canada), General Dynamics Corp. (Electronics Division, USA), Philips Pte. Ltd. (Singapore), the University of Toronto (Canada), CRS Robotics Inc. (Canada), and the Canadian Space Agency (Canada). From September 1997 to March 2000, he was a Research Fellow at Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology. He joined the National University of Singapore in April 2000.
Microsystems engineering and robotics
(more on research group webpage):
Du, Herath, Wang, Wang, Asada, and Chen, Three-dimensional characterization of mechanical interactions between endothelial cells and extracellular matrix during angiogenic sprouting. Scientific Reports, 2016
Herath, Du, Shi, Kim, Wang, Wang, Van Vliet, Asada, and Chen, Quantification of magnetically induced changes in ECM local apparent stiffness. Biophysical Journal, 2014.
Guan, Wu, Bhagat, Li, Chen, Chao, Ong, and Han, Spiral microchannel with rectangular and trapezoidal cross-sections for size based particle separation. Scientific Reports, 2013.