The Dlife project, funded by HFSP, will provide an unprecedented insight into how different behavioral strategies, sensory information, structural and mechanical features, and neural mechanisms interact to create complex versatile behaviors such as locomotion, food transport, navigation and their combination in miniature systems, like dung beetles.
We will test hypotheses derived from behavioral and biomechanical data on a biorobotic model. Our results will also lead to a novel bio-inspired robotic technology for achieving multiple robotic functions and solving complex motor control problems of systems with many degrees of freedom.
|Effective start/end date||01/01/2018 → 31/10/2022|
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