Huai-Ti Lin, Ph.D.

2011 Biology Tufts University, Boston 
Invertebrate neurobiology, robotics
"Huai-Ti Lin"
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Barry Andrew Trimmer grad student 2011 Tufts
 (Biomechanical strategies for locomotion in soft-bodied animals.)
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Vaughan SC, Lin HT, Trimmer BA. (2018) Caterpillar Climbing: Robust, Tension-Based Omni-Directional Locomotion. Journal of Insect Science (Online). 18
Trimmer BA, Lin HT. (2014) Bone-free: soft mechanics for adaptive locomotion. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 54: 1122-35
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
Lin HT, Trimmer BA. (2012) A new bi-axial cantilever beam design for biomechanics force measurements. Journal of Biomechanics. 45: 2310-4
Trimmer BA, Lin HT, Baryshyan A, et al. (2012) Towards a biomorphic soft robot: Design constraints and solutions Proceedings of the Ieee Ras and Embs International Conference On Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics. 599-605
Lin HT, Leisk GG, Trimmer B. (2011) GoQBot: a caterpillar-inspired soft-bodied rolling robot. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 6: 026007
Lin HT, Slate DJ, Paetsch CR, et al. (2011) Scaling of caterpillar body properties and its biomechanical implications for the use of a hydrostatic skeleton. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 214: 1194-204
Lin HT, Trimmer BA. (2010) The substrate as a skeleton: ground reaction forces from a soft-bodied legged animal. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 213: 1133-42
Lin HT, Dorfmann AL, Trimmer BA. (2009) Soft-cuticle biomechanics: a constitutive model of anisotropy for caterpillar integument. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 256: 447-57
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