Roger Quinn
Roger Quinn
Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
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Biologically inspired approaches to robotics: What can we learn from insects?
RD Beer, RD Quinn, HJ Chiel, RE Ritzmann
Communications of the ACM 40 (3), 30-38, 1997
Biologically based distributed control and local reflexes improve rough terrain locomotion in a hexapod robot
KS Espenschied, RD Quinn, RD Beer, HJ Chiel
Robotics and autonomous systems 18 (1-2), 59-64, 1996
Peristaltically self-propelled endoscopic device
HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, RD Beer, ED Mangan
US Patent 6,764,441, 2004
Neuromechanics: an integrative approach for understanding motor control
K Nishikawa, AA Biewener, P Aerts, AN Ahn, HJ Chiel, MA Daley, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (1), 16-54, 2007
Highly mobile and robust small quadruped robots
JM Morrey, B Lambrecht, AD Horchler, RE Ritzmann, RD Quinn
Proceedings 2003 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and …, 2003
Application of evolved locomotion controllers to a hexapod robot
JC Gallagher, RD Beer, KS Espenschied, RD Quinn
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 19 (1), 95-103, 1996
A small wall-walking robot with compliant, adhesive feet
KA Daltorio, AD Horchler, S Gorb, RE Ritzmann, RD Quinn
2005 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2005
A distributed neural network architecture for hexapod robot locomotion
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, KS Espenschied, P Larsson
Neural Computation 4 (3), 356-365, 1992
Development of a peristaltic endoscope
EV Mangan, DA Kingsley, RD Quinn, HJ Chiel
Proceedings 2002 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2002
Posture control of a cockroach-like robot
GM Nelson, RD Quinn
IEEE Control Systems Magazine 19 (2), 9-14, 1999
Biorobotic approaches to the study of motor systems
RD Beer, HJ Chiel, RD Quinn, RE Ritzmann
Current opinion in neurobiology 8 (6), 777-782, 1998
A small, insect-inspired robot that runs and jumps
BGA Lambrecht, AD Horchler, RD Quinn
Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE international conference on robotics and …, 2005
Parallel complementary strategies for implementing biological principles into mobile robots
RD Quinn, GM Nelson, RJ Bachmann, DA Kingsley, JT Offi, TJ Allen, ...
The International Journal of Robotics Research 22 (3-4), 169-186, 2003
Abstracted biological principles applied with reduced actuation improve mobility of legged vehicles
TJ Allen, RD Quinn, RJ Bachmann, RE Ritzmann
Proceedings 2003 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and …, 2003
Design of an autonomous amphibious robot for surf zone operation: part I mechanical design for multi-mode mobility
AS Boxerbaum, P Werk, RD Quinn, R Vaidyanathan
Proceedings, 2005 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent …, 2005
Improved mobility through abstracted biological principles
RD Quinn, JT Offi, DA Kingsley, RE Ritzmann
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems 3, 2652-2657, 2002
A robot that climbs walls using micro-structured polymer feet
KA Daltorio, S Gorb, A Peressadko, AD Horchler, RE Ritzmann, RD Quinn
Climbing and walking robots, 131-138, 2006
Insect designs for improved robot mobility
RD Quinn, GM Nelson, RJ Bachmann, DA Kingsley, J Offi, RE Ritzmann
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Climbing and Walking …, 2001
Insects did it first: a micropatterned adhesive tape for robotic applications
SN Gorb, M Sinha, A Peressadko, KA Daltorio, RD Quinn
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 2 (4), S117, 2007
Convergent evolution and locomotion through complex terrain by insects, vertebrates and robots
RE Ritzmann, RD Quinn, MS Fischer
Arthropod Structure & Development 33 (3), 361-379, 2004
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