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Bio-Inspired Robotics

Episode 68 – Rolf Mueller

Claire Asher 12th January, 2024


Background
Biomimicry, flapping-wing flight, sensing, and artificial intelligence.
  • fast_forward 00:00:30 – Intro – Welcome
  • fast_forward 00:01:53 – Rolf Mueller – Biomimicry, flapping-wing flight & sensing
  • fast_forward 00:15:47 – Rolf Mueller – Artificial intelligence and navigation
  • fast_forward 00:27:55 – Outro – Thanks for listening

Claire chatted to Rolf Mueller from Virginia Tech all about biomimicry, flapping-wing flight, sensing, and artificial intelligence.


Rolf Mueller has studied bat biosonar from the perspectives of biophysics and bioinspired engineering for over 20 years. He has worked on statistical signal processing of sonar signals in complex, natural environments, biosonar beamforming, as well as biomimetic sonar systems. The overarching goal of his current research is meeting the sensory information needs of autonomy in complex natural environments. Besides serving as the Lynn professor of Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech, he directs the University of Brunei – Virginia Tech International Laboratory.

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