Julien Serres
Julien Serres
Lecturer / Maître de Conférence, Biorobotics Lab, Aix Marseille University
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A bio-inspired flying robot sheds light on insect piloting abilities
N Franceschini, F Ruffier, J Serres
Current Biology 17 (4), 329-335, 2007
Fast reproducible identification and large-scale databasing of individual functional cognitive networks
P Pinel, B Thirion, S Meriaux, A Jobert, J Serres, D Le Bihan, JB Poline, ...
BMC neuroscience 8 (1), 91, 2007
A vision-based autopilot for a miniature air vehicle: joint speed control and lateral obstacle avoidance
J Serres, D Dray, F Ruffier, N Franceschini
Autonomous robots 25 (1-2), 103-122, 2008
A bee in the corridor: centering and wall-following
JR Serres, GP Masson, F Ruffier, N Franceschini
Naturwissenschaften 95 (12), 1181, 2008
Optic flow based visual guidance: from flying insects to miniature aerial vehicles
N Franceschini, F Ruffier, J Serres, S Viollet
Aerial vehicles, 747-770, 2009
Optic flow-based collision-free strategies: From insects to robots
JR Serres, F Ruffier
Arthropod Structure & Development 46, 703-717, 2017
A biomimetic vision-based hovercraft accounts for bees’ complex behaviour in various corridors
FL Roubieu, JR Serres, F Colonnier, N Franceschini, S Viollet, F Ruffier
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 9 (3), 036003, 2014
Modelling honeybee visual guidance in a 3-D environment
G Portelli, J Serres, F Ruffier, N Franceschini
Journal of Physiology-Paris 104 (1-2), 27-39, 2010
Two optic flow regulators for speed control and obstacle avoidance
J Serres, F Ruffier, N Franceschini
The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2006
Toward optic flow regulation for wall-following and centring behaviours
J Serres, F Ruffier, S Viollet, N Franceschini
International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems 3 (2), 23, 2006
A fully-autonomous hovercraft inspired by bees: Wall following and speed control in straight and tapered corridors
FL Roubieu, J Serres, N Franceschini, F Ruffier, S Viollet
2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 1311 …, 2012
A 3D insect-inspired visual autopilot for corridor-following
G Portelli, J Serres, F Ruffier, N Franceschini
2008 2nd IEEE RAS & EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2008
AntBot: A six-legged walking robot able to home like desert ants in outdoor environments
J Dupeyroux, J Serres, S Viollet
Science Robotics 4 (27), eaau0307, 2019
Biomimetic autopilot based on minimalistic motion vision for navigating along corridors comprising u-shaped and s-shaped turns
JR Serres, F Ruffier
Journal of Bionic Engineering 12 (1), 47-60, 2015
A novel insect-inspired optical compass sensor for a hexapod walking robot
J Dupeyroux, J Diperi, M Boyron, S Viollet, J Serres
2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2017
Time-of-travel methods for measuring optical flow on board a micro flying robot
E Vanhoutte, S Mafrica, F Ruffier, RJ Bootsma, J Serres
Sensors 17 (3), 571, 2017
Hexabot: a small 3D-printed six-legged walking robot designed for desert ant-like navigation tasks
J Dupeyroux, G Passault, F Ruffier, S Viollet, J Serres
IFAC Word Congress 2017, Toulouse, France, 2017
A bio-inspired celestial compass applied to an ant-inspired robot for autonomous navigation
J Dupeyroux, J Diperi, M Boyron, S Viollet, J Serres
2017 European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR), 1-6, 2017
A bee in the corridor: centring or wall-following?
J Serres, F Ruffier, GP Masson, N Franceschini
Proceedings of the 7th meeting of the German neuroscience society—31st …, 2007
Neuromimetic robots inspired by insect vision
N Franceschini, S Viollet, F Ruffier, J Serres
Advances in Science and Technology 58, 127-136, 2008
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