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Dennis Evangelista


  • Comparative biomechanics, flight and swimming, gliding and parachuting, maneuvering and control; transitions through free surfaces, jumping, launching, and landing, impact; agility, disturbance, control, and turbulence; interactions between fluid flow and elastic structures, evolution, vertebrates, invertebrates
  • Biomechanics of fast movements, aerodynamics, and ballistics in plants
  • Modelling, numerical methods, and experimental measurement; biomechanics in the field and in extreme environments, deployable instrumentation for biomechanics and ecomechanics
  • Biology and engineering, bio-fluid dynamics and heat transfer in organisms, biologically inspired design and control, optimization
  • Autonomy, navigation, control, collective behavior, flocks and swarms
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