Tobias Seidl
Tobias Seidl
Professor of Biomimetics and Sensorics, Westfälische Hochschule, Campus Bocholt
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Adhesion measurements on the attachment devices of the jumping spider Evarcha arcuata
AB Kesel, A Martin, T Seidl
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (16), 2733-2738, 2003
Getting a grip on spider attachment: an AFM approach to microstructure adhesion in arthropods
AB Kesel, A Martin, T Seidl
Smart materials and structures 13 (3), 512, 2004
Visual and tactile learning of ground structures in desert ants
T Seidl, R Wehner
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (17), 3336-3344, 2006
Walking on inclines: how do desert ants monitor slope and step length
T Seidl, R Wehner
Frontiers in zoology 5, 1-15, 2008
Biomimetic optic flow sensing applied to a lunar landing scenario
F Valette, F Ruffier, S Viollet, T Seidl
2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2253-2260, 2010
Enhancing optical-flow-based control by learning visual appearance cues for flying robots
GCHE de Croon, C De Wagter, T Seidl
Nature Machine Intelligence 3 (1), 33-41, 2021
Constant-optic-flow lunar landing: Optimality and guidance
D Izzo, N Weiss, T Seidl
Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 34 (5), 1383-1395, 2011
Kinematic study of the spider system in a biomimetic perspective
A Gasparetto, R Vidoni, T Seidl
2008 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2008
Simultaneous optimisation of earwig hindwings for flight and folding
J Deiters, W Kowalczyk, T Seidl
Biology open 5 (5), 638-644, 2016
A mechanical model for the adhesion of spiders to nominally flat surfaces
A Gasparetto, T Seidl, R Vidoni
Journal of Bionic Engineering 6 (2), 135-142, 2009
Validation of Brain–Machine Interfaces During Parabolic Flight
JR Millàn, PW Ferrez, T Seidl
International Review of Neurobiology 86, 189-197, 2009
Desert ants: is active locomotion a prerequisite for path integration?
T Seidl, M Knaden, R Wehner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 192, 1125-1131, 2006
Passive control of attachment in legged space robots
A Gasparetto, R Vidoni, T Seidl
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 7 (1), 69-81, 2010
Investigation on the suitability of ablated carbon as an internal standard in laser ablation ICP-MS of polymers
D Deiting, F Börno, S Hanning, M Kreyenschmidt, T Seidl, M Otto
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 31 (8), 1605-1611, 2016
Arthroscopic fixation of cell free polymer-based cartilage implants with a bioinspired polymer surface on the hip joint: a cadaveric pilot study
M Lahner, C Duif, A Ficklscherer, C Kaps, L Kalwa, T Seidl
BioMed Research International 2014, 2014
Attaching mechanisms and strategies inspired by the spiders’ leg
A Gasparetto, R Vidoni, T Seidl
ESA Final Report, 20272/071NL/HE, 2008
Adhesion to flat surfaces: From spiders to stickers
T Seidl, R Vidoni
Spider ecophysiology, 463-473, 2012
Beyond astronaut’s capabilities: a critical review
L Rossini, T Seidl, D Izzo, L Summerer, UC Biomedico
58th International Astronautical Congress, 2006
Biomimetic structured surfaces increase primary adhesion capacity of cartilage implants
M Lahner, L Kalwa, R Olbring, C Mohr, L Göpfert, T Seidl
Technology and Health Care 23 (2), 205-213, 2015
Path planning strategies inspired by swarm behaviour of plant root apexes
LF Simões, C Cruz, RA Ribeiro, L Correia, T Seidl, C Ampatzis, D Izzo, ...
ESA Final Report. See https://gsp. esa. int/gsp-studyview/-/wcl/gaUaMHco1QJ9 …, 2011
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20