Francesco Corucci
Francesco Corucci
3DNextech s.r.l., The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
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An intelligent system for electrical energy management in buildings
G Anastasi, F Corucci, F Marcelloni
2011 11th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and …, 2011
602011
Dynamics of underwater legged locomotion: modeling and experiments on an octopus-inspired robot
M Calisti, F Corucci, A Arienti, C Laschi
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 10 (4), 046012, 2015
452015
Evolving soft locomotion in aquatic and terrestrial environments: effects of material properties and environmental transitions
F Corucci, N Cheney, F Giorgio-Serchi, J Bongard, C Laschi
Soft robotics 5 (4), 475-495, 2018
412018
Novelty-Based Evolutionary Design of Morphing Underwater Robots
F Corucci, M Calisti, H Hauser, C Laschi
Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary …, 2015
362015
Hybrid parameter identification of a multi-modal underwater soft robot
F Giorgio-Serchi, A Arienti, F Corucci, M Giorelli, C Laschi
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, 2017
292017
Material properties affect evolution's ability to exploit morphological computation in growing soft-bodied creatures
F Corucci, N Cheney, H Lipson, C Laschi, J Bongard
ALIFE XV, The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and …, 2016
26*2016
A WSN-based testbed for energy efficiency in buildings
F Corucci, G Anastasi, F Marcelloni
2011 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 990-993, 2011
252011
Evolving swimming soft-bodied creatures
F Corucci, N Cheney, H Lipson, C Laschi, J Bongard
ALIFE XV, The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and …, 2016
202016
A Minimal Developmental Model Can Increase Evolvability in Soft Robots
S Kriegman, N Cheney, F Corucci, JC Bongard
192017
Evolutionary discovery of self-stabilized dynamic gaits for a soft underwater legged robot
F Corucci, M Calisti, H Hauser, C Laschi
Advanced Robotics (ICAR), 2015 International Conference on, 337--344, 2015
182015
Bipedal walking of an octopus-inspired robot
M Calisti, F Corucci, A Arienti, C Laschi
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: Third International Conference, Living …, 2014
182014
Simulating the evolution of soft and rigid-body robots
S Kriegman, C Cappelle, F Corucci, A Bernatskiy, N Cheney, JC Bongard
Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion …, 2017
152017
Evolutionary Developmental soft robotics As a Framework to study intelligence and Adaptive Behavior in Animals and Plants
F Corucci, N Cheney, S Kriegman, J Bongard, C Laschi
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 4, 34, 2017
142017
Morphosis—Taking morphological computation to the next level
H Hauser, F Corucci
Soft robotics: Trends, applications and challenges, 117-122, 2017
142017
Contest-driven soft-robotics boost: the robosoft grand challenge
M Calisti, M Cianchetti, M Manti, F Corucci, C Laschi
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 3, 55, 2016
122016
Interoceptive robustness through environment-mediated morphological development
S Kriegman, N Cheney, F Corucci, JC Bongard
Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, 109-116, 2018
112018
Evolutionary Developmental Soft Robotics: Towards Adaptive and Intelligent Soft Machines Following Nature's Approach to Design
F Corucci
Soft Robotics: Trends, Applications and Challenges, 111-116, 2017
92017
Shaping the body to shape the behavior: a more active role of the morphology in the brain-body trade-off
F Corucci, M Calisti, H Hauser, C Laschi
13th European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL2015), Late Breaking …, 2015
72015
Toward Autonomous Robots for Demolitions in Unstructured Environments
F Corucci, E Ruffaldi
Intelligent Autonomous Systems 13, 1515-1532, 2014
72014
Evolving Optimal Swimming in Different Fluids: A Study Inspired by batoid Fishes
V Cacucciolo*, F Corucci*, M Cianchetti, C Laschi
Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems: Third International Conference, Living …, 2014
72014
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