Simon N. Sponberg, Ph.D.

School of Physics & School of Applied Physiology Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Neuromechanics, Motor Control
"Simon Sponberg"
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Robert J. Full grad student 2002-2008 UC Berkeley
 (Neuromechanical control of stability and maneuverability in rapidly running cockroaches.)
Thomas L. Daniel post-doc University of Washington
Adrienne Fairhall post-doc University of Washington
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Sponberg S, Dyhr JP, Hall RW, et al. (2015) INSECT FLIGHT. Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light. Science (New York, N.Y.). 348: 1245-8
Mongeau JM, Sponberg SN, Miller JP, et al. (2015) Sensory processing within antenna enables rapid implementation of feedback control for high-speed running maneuvers. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Sponberg S, Daniel TL, Fairhall AL. (2015) Dual dimensionality reduction reveals independent encoding of motor features in a muscle synergy for insect flight control. Plos Computational Biology. 11: e1004168
Cowan NJ, Ankarali MM, Dyhr JP, et al. (2014) Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 54: 223-37
Roth E, Sponberg S, Cowan NJ. (2014) A comparative approach to closed-loop computation. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 25: 54-62
Sponberg S, Daniel TL. (2012) Abdicating power for control: a precision timing strategy to modulate function of flight power muscles. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 3958-66
George NT, Sponberg S, Daniel TL. (2012) Temperature gradients drive mechanical energy gradients in the flight muscle of Manduca sexta. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 215: 471-9
Sponberg S, Libby T, Mullens CH, et al. (2011) Shifts in a single muscle's control potential of body dynamics are determined by mechanical feedback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 366: 1606-20
Sponberg S, Spence AJ, Mullens CH, et al. (2011) A single muscle's multifunctional control potential of body dynamics for postural control and running. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 366: 1592-605
Pyenson ND, Sponberg SN. (2011) Reconstructing Body Size in Extinct Crown Cetacea (Neoceti) Using Allometry, Phylogenetic Methods and Tests from the Fossil Record Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 18: 269-288
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