Thomas Steinmann
Thomas Steinmann
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Spider's attack versus cricket's escape: velocity modes determine success
O Dangles, N Ory, T Steinmann, JP Christides, J Casas
Animal Behaviour 72 (3), 603-610, 2006
Why do insects have such a high density of flow-sensing hairs? Insights from the hydromechanics of biomimetic MEMS sensors
J Casas, T Steinmann, G Krijnen
Journal of the Royal Society interface 7 (51), 1487-1495, 2010
Air-flow sensitive hairs: boundary layers in oscillatory flows around arthropod appendages
T Steinmann, J Casas, G Krijnen, O Dangles
Journal of experimental biology 209 (21), 4398-4408, 2006
The aerodynamic signature of running spiders
J Casas, T Steinmann, O Dangles
PLoS one 3 (5), e2116, 2008
Air motion sensing hairs of arthropods detect high frequencies at near-maximal mechanical efficiency
B Bathellier, T Steinmann, FG Barth, J Casas
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9 (71), 1131-1143, 2012
Performance assessment of bio-inspired systems: flow sensing MEMS hairs
H Droogendijk, J Casas, T Steinmann, GJM Krijnen
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 10 (1), 016001, 2014
Directional cues in Drosophila melanogaster audition: structure of acoustic flow and inter-antennal velocity differences
EL Morley, T Steinmann, J Casas, D Robert
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (14), 2405-2413, 2012
Relative contributions of organ shape and receptor arrangement to the design of cricket’s cercal system
O Dangles, T Steinmann, D Pierre, F Vannier, J Casas
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 194 (7), 653, 2008
Responses of cricket cercal interneurons to realistic naturalistic stimuli in the field
F Dupuy, T Steinmann, D Pierre, JP Christidès, G Cummins, C Lazzari, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (14), 2382-2389, 2012
Predator-induced flow disturbances alert prey, from the onset of an attack
J Casas, T Steinmann
Proceedings of the royal society B 281 (20141083), 2014
Unsteady wave pattern generation by water striders
T Steinmann, M Arutkin, P Cochard, E Raphaël, J Casas, M Benzaquen
arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.01825, 2017
The morphological heterogeneity of cricket flow-sensing hairs conveys the complex flow signature of predator attacks
T Steinmann, J Casas
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (131), 20170324, 2017
Leakiness and flow capture ratio of insect pectinate antennae
M Jaffar-Bandjee, T Steinmann, G Krijnen, J Casas
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (167), 20190779, 2020
Tomo-PTV measurement of a drop impact at air-water interface
T Steinmann, J Casas, P Braud, L David
13th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry, 2019
Insect-inspired distributed flow-sensing: Fluid-mediated coupling between sensors
GJM Krijnen, T Steinmann, RK Jaganatharaja, J Casas
Architectured Materials in Nature and Engineering, 355-392, 2019
Coupled measurements of interface topography and three-dimensional velocity field of a free surface flow
T Steinmann, J Casas, P Braud, L David
Experiments in Fluids 62 (1), 1-16, 2021
Insect pectinate antennae maximize odor capture efficiency at intermediate flight speeds
M Jaffar-Bandjee, T Steinmann, G Krijnen, J Casas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (45), 28126-28133, 2020
Efficiency of odor capture by multiscale pectinate insect antennae
M Jaffar-Bandjee, T Steinmann, G Krijnen, J Casas
Handbook of Biomimetics and Bioinspiration, 2. Electromechanical Systems; Hair-based flow-sensing inspired by the cricket cercal system
GJM Krijnen, H Droogendijk, T Steinmann, A Dagamseh, ...
World Scientific 2, 861-887, 2014
Laser-Based Optical Methods for the Sensory Ecology of Flow Sensing: From Classical PIV to Micro-PIV and Beyond
T Steinmann, J Casas
Flow Sensing in Air and Water, 31-62, 2014
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