SICB 2018 Meeting, San Francisco, CA, January 3-7, 2018

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Session 34

Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
Day: Thursday, Jan. 4, 13:30-15:30
Room: Golden Gate C-2

Chairs: Eric Tytell, Perrin Schiebe

DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title 
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
13:30  Golden Gate C-2  34-1 BAI, B*; FOX, JDissecting Fly Haltere Function during Flight and Walking  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
13:45  Golden Gate C-2  34-2 SAVOIE, WC*; LI, S; WARKENTIN, RJ; GOLDMAN, DIPhototaxing Supersmarticle: a Locomoting Robot Made of Robots  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
14:00  Golden Gate C-2  34-3 MOUNTCASTLE, AM*; PAI, SN; HELBLING, EF; WOOD, RJA wasp-inspired collapsible wing hinge dampens collision-induced body torques in a microrobot  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
14:15  Golden Gate C-2  34-4 SCHIEBEL, PS*; RIESER, JM; HUBBARD, AM; CHEN, L; GOLDMAN, DICollisional diffraction illuminates the neuromechanical control of snake sand-slithering  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
14:30  Golden Gate C-2  34-6 NEVELN, ID*; TIRUMALAI, A; SPONBERG, SJust How Centralized is Cockroach Locomotor Control? Comparisons to Robotic and Computational Models.  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
14:45  Golden Gate C-2  34-7 CLARK, EG*; KANAUCHI, D; KANO, T; AONUMA, H; ISHIGURO, AInsights into the Control Setup underlying the Resilient Decentralized Locomotion of Brittle Stars  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
15:00  Golden Gate C-2  34-8 PUTNEY, J*; BARKER, R; SPONBERG, SRedundancy and Consistency of Muscle Encoding Strategies in Hawk Moth Flight  
 Thursday, Jan. 4  34
Complementary to S5: Sensory Feedback and Animal Locomotion: Perspectives from Biology and Biorobotics, Part 3
15:15  Golden Gate C-2  34-9 STREBEL, B*; HAN, Y; LI, CA novel terrain treadmill to study animal locomotion in complex 3-D terrains  




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