Wednesday, December 13, 2006: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Rooms 101-103 (Convention Center)

Program Symposium: Bugs Did It First: Insect-Inspired Technology

Organizer(s): Karen M. Kester,
Felix L. Wackers,
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:05 AM0044Bees, lasers, and artificial neural networks: Being all that you can bee in the army
J. J. Bromenshenk,
8:25 AM0045Insect surveillance of bioterrorism agents and emerging diseases
Karen M. Kester,
8:45 AM0046Parasitoid associative learning and its use in monitoring and identification of chemicals
Felix L. Wackers,, Glen Rains, Wallace J. Lewis, Torsten Meiners
9:05 AM0047Development of a biomimetic thermal sensor array
L. L. Brott,
9:25 AMBreak
9:37 AM0048Bio-inspired adhesives based on the biomechanics of insect adhesion
S. Gorb,, Kathryn Daltorio,
9:57 AM0049Mechanosensors arrays in insects: paradigms for technological innovation
G. Jeronimidis,
10:17 AM0050Movement through complex terrain in insects and robots
Roy E. Ritzmann,
10:37 AM0051Walking, running, climbing and flying: Robots inspired by insect mobility and autonomy
Roger D. Quinn,

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