While there are no further slots for speakers, we will have a poster session on Thursday 21st.
Please indicate if you want to present a poster and its title on the registration form.
Speakers who have confirmed their presence so far:
Antony Leonardo, Janelia Farm, USA – Remote neuroethology: recordings of neural signals in aerial pursuits between insects and their prey
Bodo Wilts, Fribourg, CH – Functional optical materials in insects
Jake Socha, Virginia Tech, USA – Biomechanical mechanisms of fluidic pumping in insects
Pascal Damman, University of Mons, Belgium - The rheology of nectar collection in bees and technological applications
Yasser Aboelkassem, University of California, San Diego, USA - Insect based pumping and applications to microfluidics
Johan van Leuwen, University of Wageningen, NL – Functional morphology of Needle-like organs in insects
Thomas Engels, Freie Universität, Berlin, D – Computational aerodynamics of insects in turbulent flows
Elisabetta Chicca, Universität Bielefeld, D – Insect inspired neuromorphic computing
Marc Desmulliez, University of Edinburgh, UK – Computer-aided nature-inspired design, where are we?
Hirotaka Sato, Nayang Technological University, Singapore – Remote control of cyborg insects
Elisa Vianello, CEA-Leti, Grenoble, FR - Resistive memories for neuromorphic hardware
Salim Boutami, CEA-Leti, Grenoble, FR - From bio-inspired to optimized non-intuitive nanophotonics
Xavier Gidrol, CEA, Grenoble, FR - Organs & organoids on chip; a brief history of the future of biochips