Dr. Brian Anthony

Principal Research Scientist
Director, Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Program
Co-Director, Medical Electronic Device Realization Center (MEDRC)
Group Lead, Device Realization, Computational Instrumentation@MIT

Primary DLC

Department of Mechanical Engineering

MIT Room: 35-130

Areas of Interest and Expertise

Load-Sensing
Compliance
Drug Delivery Devices
Manufacturing Process Technology

Recent Work

  • Video

    3.4.21-Future-Manufacturing-Roundtable

    March 4, 2021Conference Video Duration: 75:8
    Brian Anthony
    Associate Director, MIT.nano
    Faculty Lead, Industry Immersion Program in Mechanical Engineering
    David E. Hardt
    Ralph and Eloise Cross Professor, Mechanical Engineering
    Professor, Engineering Systems
    Richard Braatz
    Gilliland Professor, Chemical Engineering
    Faculty Research Officer
    Katrin Ellen Daehn
    Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
    Craig R Karasack
    Technical Director of Ergonomics and Manufacturing Technology
    Risk Control Services, Liberty Mutual Insurance
    Kurt Bettenhausen
    Member of the Board for New Technologies and Development, HARTING Technology Group

    2021-Future-Manufacturing-Brian-Anthony

    March 2, 2021Conference Video Duration: 23:13
    Brian Anthony
    Associate Director, MIT.nano
    Faculty Lead, Industry Immersion Program in Mechanical Engineering

    9.29.20-Nano-Sense-Day-3-Intro-Panel-1

    September 29, 2020Conference Video Duration: 50:55
    Brian Anthony
    Associate Director, MIT.nano
    Faculty Lead, Industry Immersion Program in Mechanical Engineering
    Vladimir Bulovic
    Director, MIT.nano; Fariborz Maseeh (1990) Chair in Emerging Technology; Professor of Electrical Engineering, MacVicar Fellow
    Michael Cima
    David H. Koch Professor of Engineering, MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research
    Amy Moran-Thomas
    Alfred Henry and Jean Morrison Hayes Career Development Associate Professor of Anthropology at MIT
    Timothy Swager
    John D. MacArthur Professor of Chemistry

    9.22.20-Nano-Sense-Day-2--BODY-SYSTEMS

    September 22, 2020Conference Video Duration: 127:57
    Brian Anthony
    Associate Director, MIT.nano
    Faculty Lead, Industry Immersion Program in Mechanical Engineering
    Vladimir Bulovic
    Director, MIT.nano; Fariborz Maseeh (1990) Chair in Emerging Technology; Professor of Electrical Engineering, MacVicar Fellow

    Introducing Analog Devices’ Digital Health business and the role of sensors in Medtech
    Brendan Cronin
    Director, Digital Healthcare Group at Analog Devices

    Peek into research

    Rapid Antigen Diagnostics for Emerging Pathogens
    Lee Gehrke
    Hermann L.F. von Helmholtz Professor of Health Sciences
    GI device development in a few movements
    Giovanni Traverso
    Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
    Electronic Textile Conformable Suit (E-TeCS)
    Canan Dagdeviren
    LG Career Development Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT Media Lab
    MR relaxometer for improving clinical outcomes in hemodialysis
    Michael Cima
    David H. Koch Professor of Engineering, MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research

    9.21.20-Nano.Sense-Day_1-Welcome-Sesson-1: CELL AND SUBCELL

    September 21, 2020Conference Video Duration: 127:34
    Brian Anthony
    Associate Director, MIT.nano
    Faculty Lead, Industry Immersion Program in Mechanical Engineering
    Vladimir Bulovic
    Director, MIT.nano; Fariborz Maseeh (1990) Chair in Emerging Technology; Professor of Electrical Engineering, MacVicar Fellow

    Keynote: MATERIALS, MEDICINE, HEALTH: SENSING THE WORLD AROUND US AT ALL SCALES
    Elazer Edelman
    Director, Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, MIT
    Democratizing Single Molecule Nanoarrays
    Ashwin Gopinath
    Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
    Interferometric Imaging for Studying Sickle Cell Disease and Cancer Metastasis
    Peter So
    Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Biological Engineering
    Dynamic Lens Systems for Biosensing
    Timothy Swager
    John D. MacArthur Professor of Chemistry

    9.21.20-Nano-Sense-Day-1--Session-2-ORGANS

    September 21, 2020Conference Video Duration: 77:49
    Modulation of Neural Function with Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Tools
    Polina Anikeeva
    Class of 1942 Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering

    Non-Contact Laser Ultrasound
    Xiang (Shawn) Zhang
    Postdoctoral Associate, Computational Instrumentation Lab at Mechanical Engineering

    Hand-Held Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Jacob K. White

     

    2020-Brian Anthony-Webinar-6.16.20

    June 16, 2020Conference Video Duration: 59:32
    2020-Brian Anthony-Webinar-6.16.20

    Brian Anthony 2019

    July 30, 2019MIT Faculty Feature Duration: 24:15
    Associate Director, MIT.nano, Faculty Lead, MechE Alliance

    Brian Anthony - 2019 Vienna Conference

    April 3, 2019Conference Video Duration: 47:49

    Big and Streaming Data in the Smart Factory

    Camera-based instruments can be used to acquire data which contain information about the time varying appearance, structure, or motion of manufacturing machines, processes, and produced products.

    Video can be used as the input data for the real-time monitoring of machines, products, or processes to which sensors cannot be affixed. Industrial and scientific monitoring applications, compared to other video sources, such as those from surveillance, broadcast, mobile robotics, social media, or entertainment, can often be engineered and structured. Yet, applications of video-based instrumentation in industrial, manufacturing, and scientific experimentation environments are not extensively addressed by the computer vision community.

    We discuss the needs, challenges, and recent success in deploying real-time, data-science enabled techniques to efficiently reduce the complexity and dimensionality of raw video data to extract actionable information for real-time feedback and process control, defect detection, and wear and degradation related for factories and the factory subsystem.

     
    2019 MIT Europe Conference in Vienna

    Brian Anthony - 2017 Health Conf

    September 26, 2017Conference Video Duration: 38:47

    From Person-and-Machine to Environment-and-Ecosystem

    The impetus for the SENSE.nano is the recognition that novel sensors and sensing system are bound to provide previously unimaginable insight into the condition of individuals, as well as built and natural world, to positively impact people, machines, and environment. Advances in nano-sciences and nano-technologies, pursued by many at MIT, now offer unprecedented opportunities to realize designs for, and at-scale manufacturing of, unique sensors and sensing systems, while leveraging data-science and IoT infrastructure.

    2017 MIT Health Sensing & Imaging Conference

    Brian Anthony - 2016_RD_Conf

    November 23, 2016Conference Video Duration: 31:35

    MIT and Advanced Manufacturing Institutes

    From flexible hybrid electronics, to integrated photonic devices, to functional fibers to smart manufacturing, the new U.S. Federal government institutes are advancing new manufacturing technologies and accelerating the pace of manufacturing innovation. This session will review MIT's involvement in these institutes and discuss opportunities for industry partners to participate in developing new products and capabilities.

    2016 MIT Research and Development Conference

    Brian Anthony

    February 8, 2016MIT Faculty Feature Duration: 20:20

    Co-Director, MEDRC; Director, Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Program