Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals, published conference abstracts, etc.

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

in progress

Conference papers:

  1. Furet, M. & Wenger, P.  (2018). Kinetostatic analysis of tensegrity structures: Application to bird neck modeling. [PDF]
  2. van Riesen, A., Furet, M., Chevallereau, C., & Wenger, P. (2019). Dynamic Analysis and Control of an Antagonistically Actuated Tensegrity Mechanism. In ROMANSY 22–Robot Design, Dynamics and Control (pp. 481-490). Springer, Cham. [PDF]
  3. Furet, M. & Wenger, P., "Workspace and cuspidality analysis of a 2-X planar manipulator", 4th IFToMM Symposium on Mechanism Design for Robotics, 2018.
  4. Furet, M., van Riesen, A., Chevallereau, C. & Wenger, P., "Optimal design of tensegrity mechanisms used in a bird neck model", European Conference on Mechanism Science, 2018. [PDF]
  5. Furet, M., Lettl, M. & Wenger, P., "Kinematic Analysis of planar tensegrity 2-X manipulators", 16th International Symposium on Advances in Robot Kinematics, 2018.[PDF]

Published conference abstracts:

  1. Böhmer C, Plateau O, Abourachid A and Cornette R (2018).When development meets mechanical forces: new insights into the morphogenesis of the vertebral column in birds. 2nd Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology in Montpellier, France.
  2. Böhmer C, Plateau O, Cornette R and Abourachid A (2018). What is a long neck? The effects of scaling relationships between skeletal dimensions and body size in living and fossils birds. International Paleontological Congress (IPC) in Paris, France.
  3. Abourachid A, Plateau O, Cornette R, Van Wassenbergh S, Provini P and Böhmer C (2018). Avineck, the neck of birds, an arm for robots. Society for Experimental Biology (SEB) in Florence, Italy.
  4. Böhmer C, Aladini M, Chummun V, Plateau O, Cornette R, Duriez O and Abourachid A (2018). Ripper vs. gulper: biomechanical adaptations in the neck of sympatric vultures. Society for Experimental Biology (SEB) in Florence, Italy.
  5. Böhmer C, Plateau O, Cornette R and Abourachid A (2018). What is a long neck? The effects of scaling relationships between skeletal dimensions and body size in birds. Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology (SICB) in San Francisco.

Published on Saturday, November 25 2017 by Christine Böhmer