Ivo Ros, Ph.D.

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Biology, Organismic and Evolutionary Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
locomotion
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Andrew A. Biewener grad student 2013 Harvard
 (Low speed avian maneuvering flight.)
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Ros IG, Biewener AA. (2017) Pigeons (C. livia) Follow Their Head during Turning Flight: Head Stabilization Underlies the Visual Control of Flight. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 11: 655
Ros IG, Bhagavatula PS, Lin HT, et al. (2017) Rules to fly by: pigeons navigating horizontal obstacles limit steering by selecting gaps most aligned to their flight direction. Interface Focus. 7: 20160093
Lin HT, Ros IG, Biewener AA. (2016) Correction to 'Through the eyes of a bird: modelling visually guided obstacle flight'. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 13
Ros IG, Biewener AA. (2016) Optic flow stabilizes flight in ruby-throated hummingbirds. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Ros IG, Badger MA, Pierson AN, et al. (2015) Pigeons produce aerodynamic torques through changes in wing trajectory during low speed aerial turns. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 218: 480-90
Lin HT, Ros IG, Biewener AA. (2014) Through the eyes of a bird: modelling visually guided obstacle flight. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 11: 20140239
Barry AJ, Jenks T, Majumdar A, et al. (2014) Flying between obstacles with an autonomous knife-edge maneuver Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Robotics and Automation. 2559
Hedrick TL, Tobalske BW, Ros IG, et al. (2012) Morphological and kinematic basis of the hummingbird flight stroke: scaling of flight muscle transmission ratio. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 1986-92
Ros IG, Bassman LC, Badger MA, et al. (2011) Pigeons steer like helicopters and generate down- and upstroke lift during low speed turns. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 19990-5
Arnold AS, Richards CT, Ros IG, et al. (2011) There is always a trade-off between speed and force in a lever system: comment on McHenry (2010). Biology Letters. 7: 878-9; discussion 88
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