Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen

An der Empa veröffentlichte Publikationen:

🎓 Google Scholar: ‪Ardian Jusufi‬ – ‪Google Scholar‬

Luft-Land-Übergänge bei Robotern und Tieren:

2023 | Air-to-land transitions: from wingless animals and plant seeds to shuttlecocks and bio-inspired robots

2023 | Soft Robotics

2023 | Tail does not wag the dog when it comes to agility, scientists find

2021 | Tails stabilize landing of gliding geckos crashing head-first into tree trunks

2022 | Morphologically Adaptive Crash Landing on a Wall: Soft-Bodied Models of Gliding Geckos with Varying Material Stiffnesses

2021 | Undulatory Swimming Performance Explored With a Biorobotic Fish and Measured by Soft Sensors and Particle Image Velocimetry

2021 | Strong, Ultrastretchable Hydrogel-Based Multilayered Soft Actuator Composites Enhancing Biologically Inspired Pumping Systems

2021 | Mechanisms for Mid-Air Reorientation Using Tail Rotation in Gliding Geckos

2021 | Body Caudal Undulation Measured by Soft Sensors and Emulated by Soft Artificial Muscles

2021 | Modeling and Control of a Soft Robotic Fish with Integrated Soft Sensing

2021 | Inertial Tail Effects during Righting of Squirrels in Unexpected Falls: From Behavior to Robotics

2021 | Tails, Flails, and Sails: How Appendages Improve Terrestrial Maneuverability by Improving Stability

2021 | Compliance, mass distribution and contact forces in cursorial and scansorial locomotion with biorobotic physical models

In Berkely veröffentlichte Publikationen:

2017 | A Study of Rapid Tetrapod Running and Turning Dynamics Utilizing Inertial Measurement Units in Greyhound Sprinting

2012 | Rapid Inversion: Running Animals and Robots Swing like a Pendulum under Ledges

2012 | Tail assisted Pitch Control in Lizards, Robots and Dinosaurs

2012 | Leaping lizards! Jurassic Park got it right

2011 | Aerial Righting Reflexes in Flightless Animals

2010 | Righting and turning in mid-air using appendage inertia: reptile tails, analytical models and bio-inspired robots

2008 | Active tails enhance arboreal acrobatics in geckos

The IOP paper has meanwhile been selected among the most read of 2010 and 2011 in the IOP Journal Bioinpsiration & Biomimetics.