- J. Mavoori, A. Jackson, C. Diorio, and E. Fetz. An autonomous implantable computer for neural recording and stimulation
in unrestrained primates. J. Neuroscience Methods, vol. 148 (1), 71-77, 2005.
- J. Mavoori, B. Millard, J. Longnion, T. Daniel, C. Diorio. A Miniature Implantable Computer for Functional
Electrical Stimulation and Recording of Neuromuscular Activity.
Session: Functional Electrical Stimulators and Related Sensing Techniques,
IEEE BioCAS 2004, Singapore. Accepted for presentation, October 2004.
B. Webb, R.R. Harrison, and M.A. Willis. Sensorimotor control of navigation in arthropod and artificial
Arthropod Structure & Development, vol. 33, 301-329, 2004.
A. Jackson, J. Mavoori, C. Diorio, and E.E. Fetz. An Implantable Brain-Computer Interface for Primates.
Poster session: Brain/Machine Interface: Neural Prostheses I, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, 2004.
M.S. Tu and T.L. Daniel. Submaximal power output from the dorsolongitudinal flight muscles of the hawkmoth
Manduca sexta. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, 4651-4662, 2004.
P.B. Chase, J.M. MacPherson, and T.L. Daniel. A spatially explicit nanomechanical model of the half sarcomere: myofilament compliance
affects Ca2+ regulation. Ann. Biomedical Engineering, vol. 32, 1559-1568, 2004.
M.S. Tu and T.L. Daniel. Cardiac like behavior of an insect flight
muscle. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, 2455-2464, 2004.
M.A. Frye and M.H. Dickinson. Closing the loop between neurobiology and flight behavior in Drosophila.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology, vol. 14, 1-8, 2004.
W.B. Dickson and M.H. Dickinson. The effect of advance ratio on the aerodynamics of revolving
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, 4269-4281, 2004.
C.N. Balint and M.H. Dickinson. Neuromuscular control of aerodynamic forces and moments in the blowfly, Calliphora vicina.
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, 3813-3838, 2004.
M.B. Reiser, J.S. Humbert, M.J. Dunlop, D. Del Vecchio, R.M. Murray, and M.H. Dickinson.
Vision as a compensatory mechanism
for disturbance rejection in upwind flight. Proc. of the American Control Conference 2004, pp. 311-316, 2004.
J.M. Birch, W.B. Dickson, and M.H. Dickinson. Force production and flow structure of the leading edge vortex on
flapping wings at high and low Reynolds numbers. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, 1063-1072, 2003.
M.A. Frey and M.H. Dickinson. Motor output reflects the linear superposition of visual and olfactory inputs
in Drosophila. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207, pp. 123-131, 2003.
A Sherman and M.H. Dickinson. Summation of visual and mechanosensory feedback in Drosophila flight
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 206, 133-142, 2003.
Frog's tongue twister, In Inside JEB. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207 (1), 2003.
Perfumed female's sex appeal, In Inside JEB. J. Experimental Biology, vol. 207 (22), 2003.
J.S. Humbert, R.M. Murray, and M.H. Dickinson. Sensorimotor convergence in visual navigation and flight control
- S.A. Combes and T.L. Daniel. "Flexural stiffness in insect wings. I. Scaling and the influence of wing
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 206, pp. 2979-2987, 2003.
S.A. Combes and T.L. Daniel. "Flexural stiffness in insect wings.
II. Spatial distribution and dynamic wing bending."
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 206, pp. 2989-2997, 2003.
S.A. Combes and T.L. Daniel. "Into thin air: contributions of aerodynamic and inertial-elastic forces to wing bending in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta."
J. Experimental Biology, vol. 206, pp. 2999-3006, 2003.
Sanjay P. Sane. "Review: The aerodynamics of insect
flight." J. Experimental Biology, vol. 206,
pp. 4191-4208, 2003.
Chris Diorio and Jaideep Mavoori. "Computer Electronics Meet Animal
Brains." IEEE Computer, pp. 69-75,
Chris Diorio, "Flying with Animals, Part One: Linking Artificial Information-Processing Machines
and Living Information-Processing Machines." The Bridge, National Academy of Engineering, vol. 33, pp. 13-15, 2003.
T. Daniel, "Flying with Animals, Part Two: Interfacing Computer Electronics with Biology." The Bridge,
National Academy of Engineering, vol. 33, pp. 16-18, 2003.
T. Daniel and S. Combes, "Flexible Wings and Fins: Bending by Inertial or Fluid-dynamic
Forces?" SICB J. Integrative and Comparative Biology,
Gary Holman, Yael Hanein, R.C. Wyeth, A.O. Dennis Willows, D.D. Denton,
"Silicon on Micro-Needles with Flexible Interconnections." Second International
IEEE-EMBS Special Topic Conference
on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology," May 2-4, Madison WI, pp. 255-260, 2002.
N. Peixoto, J. Mavoori, N. Jacobson, A. Ngola, A.O.D. Willows, K.
Stand-alone Instrumentation for Intracellular In Vitro
Recordings." Proceedings of the 2nd International
IEEE-EMBS Special Topic Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, Piscataway, NJ, pp. 476-480, 2002.
Y. Hanein, K.F. Böhringer, R. C. Wyeth, and A.O.D. Willows,
"Towards MEMS Probes for Intracellular Recording," Sensors Update--Sensor Technology--Applications--Markets,
vol. 10(1), pp. 47-75. Wiley-VHC 2002. Edited by H. Baltes, G.K. Fedder, J.G. Korvink. Invited paper.
Russell C. Wyeth, A. O. Dennis Willows, Yael Hanein, Udo Lang, Karl F.
"Towards field neurobiology: developing an autonomous
implantable computer to record from the brain of Tritonia
International Congress of Neuroethology, Bonn, Germany, July 29-August 5,
Yael Hanein, Y. Vickie Pan, Buddy D. Ratner, Denice Denton, and Karl F.
Böhringer, "Micromachining of non-fouling coatings for
bio-MEMS applications." Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 81,
pp. 49-54, 2001.
Y. Hanein, U. Lang, J. Theobald, R. Wyeth, K. F. Böhringer, T. Daniel,
D.D. Denton and A. O. D. Willows,
"Intracellular Recording with High Aspect Ratio, MEMS Neuronal Probes," Transducers '01 - The
11th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors and Actuators, Munich,
Germany, June 10-14, 2001. Acceptance ratio approx. 400:850, 200
Solving the Mystery of Insect Flight,
Scientific American, June 2001.
V. H. Pan, Y. Hanein, D. Leach-Scampavia, K. F. Böhringer, B. D.
Ratner, and D. D. Denton.
"A Precision Technology for Controlling Protein Adsorption and Cell Adhesion in
Proc. IEEE Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Interlaken,
Switzerland, January 21-25, 2001 (acceptance ratio 144:400, 105
Intracellular Neural Probes, Masters Thesis, November 1999.
WTC MEMS Project 99-8