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Stefan Wernitznig
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Gerd Leitinger
The complex synaptic pathways onto a looming-detector neuron revealed using serial block-face scanning electron microscopy2021
Dr Claire Rind
A Robust Collision Perception Visual Neural Network With Speciļ¬c Selectivity to Darker Objects2020
Erin Cocks
Professor Michael Taggart
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Kathryn White
A guide to analysis and reconstruction of serial block face scanning electron microscopy data2018
Dr Ashwin Miriyala
Sebastien Kessler
Dr Claire Rind
Professor Geraldine Wright
Burst Firing in Bee Gustatory Neurons Prevents Adaptation2018
Stefan Wernitznig
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Gerd Leitinger
Optimizing the 3D-reconstruction technique for serial block-face scanning electron microscopy2016
Dr Claire Rind
Stefan Wernitznig
Dr Julieta Sztarker
Two identified looming detectors in the locust: ubiquitous lateral connections among their inputs contribute to selective responses to looming objects2016
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Gerd Leitinger
Synaptic Connections of First-Stage Visual Neurons in the Locust Schistocerca gregaria Extend Evolution of Tetrad Synapses Back 200 Million Years2015
Dr Julieta Sztarker
Dr Claire Rind
A look into the cockpit of the developing locust: Looming detectors and predator avoidance2014
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Julieta Sztarker
Dr Claire Rind
Looming detection by identified visual interneurons during larval development of the locust Locusta migratoria2013
Dr Claire Rind
Postsynaptic organisations of directional selective visual neural networks for collision detection2013
Dr Claire Rind
Mark Bendall
Professor Angharad MR Gatehouse
Developmental studies of transgenic maize expressing Cry1Ab on the African stem borer, Busseola fusca, effects on midgut cellular structure2012
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Predator versus Prey: Locust Looming-Detector Neuron and Behavioural Responses to Stimuli Representing Attacking Bird Predators2012
Dr Gerd Leitinger
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Structural organization of the presynaptic density at identified synapses in the locust central nervous system2012
Dr Claire Rind
Visually stimulated motor control for a robot with a pair of LGMD visual neural networks2012
Dr Claire Rind
Tarantulas cling to smooth vertical surfaces by secreting silk from their feet2011
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Escapes with and without preparation: The neuroethology of visual startle in locusts2010
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Reactive direction control for a mobile robot: a locust-like control of escape direction emerges when a bilateral pair of model locust visual neurons are integrated2010
Dr Claire Rind
Near Range Path Navigation Using LGMD Visual Neural Networks2009
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Professor Geraldine Wright
Arousal facilitates collision avoidance mediated by a looming sensitive visual neuron in a flying locust2008
Dr Claire Rind
Insect-Vision Inspired Collision Warning Vision Processor for Automobiles2008
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Preparing for escape: An examination of the role of the DCMD neuron in locust escape jumps2008
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
A bio-inspired visual collision detection mechanism for cars: Combining insect inspired neurons to create a robust system2007
Dr Claire Rind
A synthetic vision system using directionally selective motion detectors to recognize collision2007
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
Data mining neural spike trains for the identification of behavioural triggers using evolutionary algorithms2007
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
The role of behavioural ecology in the design of bio-inspired technology2007
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Richard Stafford
A bio-inspired visual collision detection mechanism for cars: Optimisation of a model of a locust neuron to a novel environment2006
Dr Claire Rind
Collision detection in complex dynamic scenes using an LGMD-based visual neural network with feature enhancement2006
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Peter Simmons
Role of an identified looming-sensitive neuron in triggering a flying locust's escape2006
Dr Claire Rind
Visual motion pattern extraction and fusion for collision detection in complex dynamic scenes2006
Dr Claire Rind
A collision detection system for a mobile robot inspired by the locust visual system2005
Dr Claire Rind
Bioinspired sensors: from insect eyes to robot vision2005
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Claire Rind
Gliding Behaviour Elicited by Lateral Looming Stimuli in Flying Locusts2005
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Claire Rind
Gliding behaviour elicited by lateral looming stimuli in flying locusts2005
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
Locust neurons inspire technology to prevent car crashes2005
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
Locust neurons inspire technology to prevent car crashes.2005
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Motor activity and trajectory control during escape jumping in the locust Locusta migratoria2005
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Motor activity and trajectory control during escape jumping in the locust Locusta migratoria2005
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
The neuroscience, behaviour and ecology behind the development of an insect inspired visual collision detection mechanism2005
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Collision avoidance and a looming sensitive neuron: Size matters but biggest is not necessarily best2004
Dr Gerd Leitinger
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Differential expression of synapsin in visual neurons of the locust Schistocerca gregaria2004
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
Insect neural networks as a visual collision detection mechanism in automotive situations2004
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Claire Rind
Retinally-generated saccadic suppression of a locust looming-detector neuron: Investigations using a robot locust2004
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Locust Looming Detectors for Robot Sensors2003
Dr Claire Rind
Motion detectors in the locust visual system: From biology to robot sensors2002
Dr Claire Rind
How accurate need sensory coding be for behaviour? Experiments using a mobile robot2001
Dr Claire Rind
Collision avoidance in a robot using looming detectors from a locust2000
Dr Claire Rind
Collision avoidance using a model of the locust LGMD neuron2000
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Gerd Leitinger
Immunocytochemical evidence that collision sensing neurons in the locust visual system contain acetylcholine2000
Kumanan Subramaniam
Professor Satnam Dlay
Dr Claire Rind
Looming motion segmentation in vehicle tracking system using wavelet transforms2000
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Seeing what is coming: Building collision-sensitive neurones1999
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
The many ways of building collision-sensitive neurons - Reply1999
Dr Claire Rind
Using a mobile robot to study locust collision avoidance responses1999
Kumanan Subramaniam
Professor Satnam Dlay
Dr Claire Rind
Vehicle detection and tracking using wavelet transforms1999